Naomi Robinson

Peach and Butterscotch Sauce Pie

If you are a reader of my blog then you know, rolling an even pie crust is a challenge for me. It’s like a cutting a straight line—I just can’t seem to get it down. With that in mind, I flipped the Roasted Peach and Butterscotch Sauce Pie from BHG’s new book Fresh, to hand pies to minimize my less-than-perfect pie rolling talent. Along with that I made them pops, because food on a stick is always fun—for real.

And if you decide to make these for the 4th of July, you can easily make them holiday- appropriate by using red, white and blue sticks.  Striped paper straws will work just as well. Just stick them in after the hand pies have baked and cooled. The ribbon isn’t necessary—the pies stay on the stick just fine—it’s there as a detail, a.k.a cute food embellishment.

For more pie ideas click here. And if you decide to flip one of the recipes to some hand pies or pie pops, come back and let the rest of us know how it turned out.

10 Responses to “ Peach and Butterscotch Sauce Pie ”

  1. These are so adorable Naomi and sound amazing! xoxo

  2. these are completely adorable! Very interesting butterscotch/peach combo!

  3. Sooo cute, Naomi! I love this idea! So doing this soon!

  4. These pie pops are PERFECTION!

  5. Too adorable!! Love the pops! So fun for 4th of July!

  6. Oh so adorable. I love the straws!

  7. Love these, Naomi! I definitely need to add this to my July 4th spread!

  8. these are too adorable! what a great idea!

  9. Hi Naomi! I am so making these pies!
    I was just wondering though, the pie crust doesn’t have any sugar in it. Is this done deliberately? And why?

  10. These look fabulous – but how do you make them? I checked the BHG recipe – says to slice peaches in big chunks and drizzle sauce over finished pie, which obviously won’t work here. How big are your crusts? And a sugarless crust? Really? Did you roll yours in crystal sugar? And what type of sticks do you use, and where do you get them? I love the idea of these, but need a LOT more instruction.