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Food How to Decorate a Pie with Cookie Cutters

01:35  26 september  2019
01:35  26 september  2019 Source:   tasteofhome.com

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Dip your pie stamps or cookie cutters into some extra flour, then begin stamping out shapes. For a decorative edge, arrange shapes around the edge of the prepared pie crust, overlapping slightly. Press down firmly but gently, and brush each shape with a little water if you’re having trouble getting them to

How to Decorate a Pumpkin Pie . Pumpkin pie is a tasty, simple, and well-loved dessert. Create your cutouts with various leaf-shaped cookie cutters . Press cookie cutters gently into the rolled-out dough, doing your best to utilize it all by keeping your leaves close together.

When it comes to the holidays, few desserts are as jaw-dropping (and delicious!) as a fresh-from-the-oven pie. And while a flaky crust and well-balanced filling ensure your pie will taste its best, there are a few techniques that can help your creation look its best, too. One of my personal favorites? Cookie cutter cutouts.

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Why use this decorating technique?

Well, for starters it's super easy. If you've ever tried to weave the perfect lattice, you know how frustrating it can be to decorate a pie. But this technique relies on basic tools you likely already have in your pantry. Plus, it's a great way to use up every single scrap of dough.

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Cookie cutters make it easy to cut cookie dough into fun shapes. Sometimes you'll find yourself without a cookie cutter . Maybe you left it at a friends Cut Slices From a Log Roll Roll your dough into a log and slice off cookies with a knife. Baking times may vary slightly, so keep an eye on the oven.

Depending on what cookie cutters you’re using and what you’re decorating , you’ll want to think about how much icing you’ll need for each color. And above all else, have fun! Decorating cutout sugar cookies with royal icing has become super fun for me. The first couple of times it drove me crazy, but

What supplies do I need?

In addition to prepared double-crust pie pastry and filling, you'll need a pie plate, a cookie sheet and a set of cookie cutters. If you're feeling fancy, there are cutout tools designed specifically for pastry. These pie stamps are available in a variety of themed shapes and sizes on Amazon or at a baking supply store. The main benefit of these tools is that they imprint a detailed design on the pastry in addition to stamping out the shape.

How to Decorate a Pie with Cookie Cutters

This technique is shown on our Autumn Harvest Pumpkin Pie, which comes to us from Stan Strom of Gilbert, Arizona. Feel free to follow along or swap in your favorite recipe!

Step 1: Arrange pastry

Get started by placing your prepared pasty in the pie plate. Trim the edges so that they're 1/2 an inch beyond the edge of the plate. Your cutouts will need some surface area to stick to!

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For a more traditional, reusable cookie cutter , you can use an empty soda can. If you want to cut a more unusual shape out of the dough, it’s best to use sturdy photo paper as a stencil for your cookies . If you want to make words with cookie cutters , you need to form a stencil-style shape.

  How to Decorate a Pie with Cookie Cutters © Taste of Home

Step 2: Cutout shapes

Roll the second bit of pie pastry into an 1/8-inch thick circle. Dip your pie stamps or cookie cutters into some extra flour, then begin stamping out shapes. Continue cutting (re-rolling the dough as necessary) until all of the pastry has been used up.

  How to Decorate a Pie with Cookie Cutters © Taste of Home

Step 3: Place around the edges

For a decorative edge, arrange shapes around the edge of the prepared pie crust, overlapping slightly. Press down firmly but gently, and brush each shape with a little water if you're having trouble getting them to stick. When you're finished with the edge, fill the pie crust with your prepared filling and bake as usual.

Editor's Tip: For this step, you can use the same shape the entire way around. Or, switch it up and use different variations of the same shape. Different leaves, for example, can look very beautiful.

Step 4: Bake the extras

Bake the leftover cutouts on a baking sheet for 8-10 minutes, or until golden brown.

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My cake baking skills (or lack thereof) are not exactly blog worthy. Neither is my inability to decorate a cake. But what I can do is creatively find a way out of an ugly situation. I first tried this idea last year for Maysoon’s birthday. It worked so beautifully that it became my go to method of cake decorating .

Everybody enjoys making and decorating cookies with cookie cutters . Few people realize that baking such cookies is almost as easy as eating them. If it's your first time, don't use very elaborate cutters [i.e. snowflakes] Because the dough will stick to the cutters . Wash your hands and tie back

Editor's Tip: For a little extra shine, brush each cutout with melted butter and sprinkle on some cinnamon sugar before baking.

  How to Decorate a Pie with Cookie Cutters © Taste of Home

Step 5: Final touches

When your pie has come out of the oven and cooled, arrange the baked cutouts on top. Then, get ready for the ooh's and aah's from your impressed guests when you bring this showstopper to the table!

More Design Ideas

Try these other fun recipes that use cookie cutters on the crust.

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