Raspberry Pie Fries

Raspberry Pie Fries

It was a wonderful snowy weekend here perfect for baking.I was in the local shop the other day with our oldest granddaughter and we saw a pie mold for Pie Fries. I thought, “do I really need a mold for that?”  The answer is below!

raspberry pie fries recipe

What You Need

I Pre-made refrigerator pie crust ( or if you are feeling ambitious your favorite pie crust dough) I used Pillsbury refrigerated pie crust

4 cups fresh raspberries

2 Tbsp. lemon juice

1/3 cup cornstarch

1 cup sugar

1 1/2 tsp. vanilla extract

2 Tbsp. warm water

Flour (for dusting rolling pin and counter)

1/4 Cup confectioners sugar ( for topping)

Whipped topping ( for dipping) yes that is an egg cup filled with whipped cream in the photo:-)

Rolling pin

Baking sheet

Mixing Bowl

Small bowl

Parchment paper

Piping bag

Basting brush

Baking sheet


Before You Start : in a small bowl combine egg and water and beat lightly with a fork. Line baking sheet with parchment paper. Preheat oven to 375°. Dust a clean surface with flour.

Lets Make It:  In a saucepan combine raspberries, lemon juice, water, cornstarch, sugar and cook over medium high heat , stirring frequently until the fruit breaks down and it reaches your desired consistency. Remove from heat and let cool (about 20 minutes). Fill your piping bag with 3/4’s of the cooled raspberry filling and set aside.

Using a floured rolling pin, roll out the pie dough to form a thin square about 1/8 inch thick.. Cut narrow strips of the dough about 2 1/2 inches wide and 4 inches long. Using the piping bag pipe a full line of raspberry filling down one side of the dough. Roll filled dough strip onto itself, raspberry side towards the dough side (like a thin jelly roll). Place on prepared baking sheet seam side down about 1 1/2 inches apart, lightly pinch eands. Repeat until you have used all of the dough. Using a basting brush lightly baste the tops of the pie fries with the remaining raspberry filling. Bake for 8-12 minutes turning once half way through (until golden brown). Let cool on parchment paper. Serve warm with whipped topping, sprinkled with confectioners sugar , or both Use any remaining raspberry filling for dipping.

Makes about 12-16

 Are you going to give pie fries a try?

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  1. These sound so delicious! I need to try them soon!

  2. Never heard of these before, but they sound marvellous!! Will give them a go :)) Have a wonderful Monday xx

  3. These sounds delicious and perfect. Pinned to try soon. Thanks Katie!! :)

  4. Hi Katherine,
    These sound yummy. Both hubby and I to sick to try them now, but will be trying them in the future, so thank you.
    I hope that you have a fantastic week.
    Love and best wishes.

  5. ColleenB. says:

    These look Fantastic.
    I bet a person could use almost any kind of fruit for these.
    Thinking about blueberry, strawberry, etc. (hubby doesn’t like blueberry) so will have them all to myself. :}
    I canned up some caramel apple butter along with some homemade jams. Wonder how that would work.
    I’m willing to try anything for a fruit flavored fries.
    Thanks for the recipe.

  6. My wife would love those. Her favorite berry is the raspberry.

  7. debby9972 says:

    I love raspberries and these sound so delicious!!!

  8. I would definitely give the fries a try, your look so delicious. I also love the picture, very artistical :)

    Hugs, Katie

  9. I made raspberry jam do you think you could pipe it with that? These look amazing! Yum! Theresa @DearCreatives

  10. What a neat idea! Thank you for sharing!

  11. They certainly look delicious Katie and I would be happy to try this. I like your display! Looks great.

  12. Yum! Never heard of “pie fries” but these look so good, and sort of fancy too!!

  13. Yum! I want to try this. I also love how you’ve styled them : )


  14. Katherine, I can’t wait to try these in a gluten free version. Do you think they would work with blueberries? Yum!!!

  15. OH my goodness, these look delicious! The crust is my favorite part of a pie and I KNOW that I will love these. (I’m going to try to make them gluten free) Thank you! Aloha, Lori

  16. ARGH! I need these! I didn’t even know there was such a thing as pie fries!! Thanks for sharing the recipe ~ I want to try this as soon as possible! :)

  17. These are amazing and can’t wait to try them out. Thanks so much for sharing with us at BeBetsy.

    Since we are so impressed (and you know we are-always) we have featured your delicious recipe on BeBetsy Brag About It No. 31.

    Have a wonderful Thanksgiving and thanks for commenting on BeBetsy earlier – and thanks for a great friendship.

    Sharon and Denise

  18. What a yummy idea! Thanks so much for linking to Freedom Fridays! I’ve pinned this and have it scheduled to be shared on FB today :) Have a Happy Thanksgiving – we hope you’ll join us again this week! {hugs}

  19. Popping over from #FF to say hi! This looks yummy. Thanks for sharing!

  20. I love this idea – it looks so delicious!


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