My 3-ingredient easy fruit pie cookie bites recipe includes tender shortbread cookies topped with sweet fruit pie filling and refreshing whipped topping for a scrumptious bite-sized treat.
This will be a quick little post for a quick little recipe. These easy fruit pie cookie bites come together in minutes and are as cute as can be! With the combination of a shortbread cookie, whipped cream, and juicy fruit pie filling, they are a one-bite treat that your friends and family will love.
Yes, that’s right, you only need three ingredients to make these cookie bites. You also only need a few minutes to add whipped topping and a dollop of fruit pie filling to each tender shortbread cookie.
In no time at all, they’re ready to eat or take to your next gathering or potluck. Everyone will want to try a bite! You can also use any kind of fruit pie filling you like. For example, in this post, I’m using blueberry pie filling, cherry pie filling, and apple pie filling. But sometimes I stick to just one flavor. It depends on how I’m feeling!
Alright, this is one of those “blink and you’ll miss it” blog posts, so don’t blink!
- Shortbread cookies (the Lorna Doone ones are good and easy to use)
- Fruit pie filling of your choice (you can stick with just one if you like)
- Whipped topping (here’s my recipe for homemade whipped cream)
How to Make Fruit Pie Cookie Bites
Using a star piping tip (or regular-size tip of your choice, rosette works just as well), swirl a little border around each cookie as pictured above.
This just takes a couple of minutes at most.
Note: I usually always have icing bags on hand. I buy a big box of the disposable ones at Michael’s every now and then using a half-off coupon and they last me forever.
If you don’t have any, reinforce a corner of a gallon zipper seal bag by placing clear tape over it. This keeps it from stretching while you pipe your topping or icing out. Then, place your tip in the bag and snip off just the tip of it, enough so that the opening of the tip is fully exposed. This is an excellent icing bag in a pinch.
Using a small spoon, place a dollop of pie filling in the center of each cookie.
The border will help hold it in place and you now have a beautiful little pie bite.
Oh my goodness, these are so pretty! They are just the right amount of sweetness, too.
Serve immediately and enjoy!
This is one of those recipes you’ll want to serve immediately and not store any leftovers. But in a pinch, they’ll probably last a few hours in the fridge.
As mentioned, you can use any flavor of pie filling, like cherry pie filling or just apple pie filling in fall to make apple pie cookie bites. Another option is to add a dollop of lemon curd for something different.
Check out these other bite-sized treats:
- 1 can pie filling of your choice or multiple varieties
- 1 packet Lorna Doone shortbread cookies
- 1 container Cool Whip
- Spoon the Cool Whip into the piping bag or plastic bag with a star tip.1 container Cool Whip
- Lay the cookies out on a baking sheet and pipe little stars on top of each cookie around the edges.1 packet Lorna Doone shortbread cookies
- Spoon a little dollop of pie filling on each cookie, using the flavors of your choice.1 can pie filling of your choice
- Ready to eat!