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Pie Fries by Cakespy
This is probably the busiest pie-making week of the year and if you’ve got a lot of pie scraps lying around, don’t throw them away! Pie fries are a much tastier alternative. They’re easy, delicious and make a creative dessert or a sweet appetizer for the nibblers in your family.

All you need is:
Pie dough scraps

Melted butter
Sugar
Cinnamon
Jam or preserves (for dipping)

Simply cut your pie scraps into French fry shapes, brush them with butter, sugar and spices. Then bake them on a cookie sheet in an oven preheated to 375 for 10 minutes, or until crispy around the edges.

Serve them with jam or various leftover pie fillings on the side for dipping.

(via Cakespy)

Alison Heller is the Jersey Bites Cape May County Regional Editor. She also writes for Examiner.com and TrendHunter.com. She grew up on the beach in Wildwood Crest and currently works in advertising. After earning her Master of Fine Arts in English and Creative Writing in New York City (a place that was essentially Food Rehab), she stopped putting ketchup on everything and started experimenting with flavors. She loves sushi and cupcakes, sushi that looks like cupcakes, but never cupcakes that look like sushi. www.superalzy.com

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