Cooking in the used RV trailer is the practical thing to do. It can save the RVer money. It can decrease the amount of time vacationers spend recovering from all the fast food they’ve been eating. It can increase the overall enjoyment of the trip for those who actually enjoy eating well. But it’s not all about practicality. For some it’s all about getting extravagant. Vacationing is about having fun, enjoyment and pleasure. Make sure the RV kitchen does its part by incorporating some fun, but easy RV recipes like this one for the teensiest cherry pie you’ll ever want.
Have some fun in the RV kitchen with:
Teeny Tiny Cherry Pies
Fresh cherries, about a handful (or replace with your favorite berry)
1 TBSP sugar
1 TBSP butter, melted
You Will Also Need:
4-6 inch cookie cutter in a solid shape (circle, heart, etc.)
Directions: Preheat the oven in your favorite used RV trailer to 375 degrees. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper. Roll out or lay out the piecrust (you can make your own, but store bought will do the trick). Use your chosen cookie cutter to cut out 8 matching pieces of piecrust. This will make 4 teeny pies with a top and bottom pie crust for each. Lay the cut outs on the baking sheet. Pit the cherries and then chop in small pieces (If you’re replacing the cherries with another berry like strawberries or blackberries, simply clean them and make sure they are cut into small enough pieces to make eating less difficult in pie form). Toss them with sugar. Spoon some fresh Ricotta cheese onto each piecrust cut out. Then spoon on the cherries. Lay the top pieces of pie crust on top of each one and then seal the edges using your fingers or a fork to press the outer edges together, keeping the cheese and cherry or berry/sugar mixture inside. Brush the top of the sealed piecrusts with melted butter. Place the baking pan in the oven and bake for approximately 13-15 minutes or until the crust turns golden brown. (You’ll find that the baking time will vary depending upon the size of the pasty being cooked as well as the thickness of the dough. Watch them closely). When the teeny pies are complete, pull them out and place them on a wire rack to cool for 5 minutes. Sprinkle powdered sugar on top before they are served.
The Teeny Tiny Cherry Pie is one of the easiest ways to bring something special to the used RV trailer’s table without wasting a lot of time or money. RVers are often great lovers of one particular combination: ease and decadence and this recipe will do the trick. The Teeny Tiny Cherry Pie is the perfect solution for the RV kitchen hostess looking for a bit of extra fun to serve to the group at the end of an exciting or exhausting day.