Blackberry Cream Cheese Pie Dippers

These Blackberry Cream Cheese Pie Dippers are a flaky pie crust filled with creamy blackberry cream cheese spread and baked until golden and crispy!

Blackberry Cream Cheese Pie Dippers

Are you all pie fans? I mean who doesn’t love a good old pie? Honestly, I’ve never been the biggest pie fan out there. Weird I know, no judging. Like I said before, I’m more of a cake girl, but give me some of these delicious Pie Dippers and I’m SOLD! They are a mix of the traditional pie and hand pies if I had to compare them to anything!

Blackberry Cream Cheese Pie Dippers

These little hand-held treats are so fun and simple to make that they look more elegant than they really are. It takes pie eating to a whole new level. Dip these bad boys in some creamy glaze dipping sauce and you are ready to go. Oh and these are a little less mess for the little ones and easier to eat as well.

Blackberry Cream Cheese Pie Dippers

I’ve been on a berry kick lately. If you’ve missed some of my berry recipes you can check some out here, here and here. Let’s just say that I’m in no short supply on recipes that include fruit in them. Since I’m not the biggest fruit eater plain, I’m happy that I have some go to recipes that let’s me bake with them instead. 

Blackberry Cream Cheese Pie Dippers

Flaky crust is filled with a delicious blackberry and cream cheese mixture, topped with more pie crust, egg washed and sprinkled with some decorators sugar to give it a nice sweet crispy bite to the top. Now I can’t say that this will be your new go to pie recipe, but these Blackberry Cream Cheese Pie Dippers will be your new go to pie alternative recipe for sure! Switch up the flavors and just have some fun with this!

Blackberry Cream Cheese Pie Dippers

Blackberry Cream Cheese Pie Dippers
Yields 2
Flaky pie crust filled with a blackberry cream cheese filling and baked until golden and cut into dippable strips
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Prep Time
10 min
Cook Time
20 min
Total Time
30 min
Prep Time
10 min
Cook Time
20 min
Total Time
30 min
  1. 2 (2 ct) packages pie crust (or 4 homemade crusts)
  2. 1 (6 oz) pkg blackberries
  3. 2 Tbs water, divided
  4. 1/2 cup + 2 Tbs sugar, divided
  5. 1 Tbs cornstartch
  6. 1 (8 oz) pkg cream cheese, softened
  7. 1 tsp vanilla
Egg wash
  1. 1 egg, slightly beaten
  2. 1 Tbs water
  3. Decorators sugar
Dipping Sauce
  1. 1/2 cup powdered sugar
  2. 1 Tbs milk
  1. Preheat oven to 350.
  2. Unroll your pie crusts and place on floured surface.
  3. In sauce pan add your blackberries, 1 Tbs water and 2 Tbs sugar and bring to boil, stirring often until blackberries are tender and you can mash them with spoon.
  4. Mix 1 Tbs water with 1 Tbs cornstarch and add to your blackberry mixture, reduce heat to simmer and stir and continue mashing blackberries until thickened. Set aside to cool.
  5. Once cooled mix your blackberry mixture, cream cheese, 1/2 cup remaining sugar and vanilla together until combined.
  6. Spread over bottom of 2 pie crusts until it reaches about 1/2" from edges.
  7. Place other 2 pie crusts on top of the blackberry mixture and using a fork, seal the edges shut.
  8. Mix together your egg wash ingredients and brush over tops of pies, then sprinkle with desired amount of decorators sugar.
  9. Bake in batches for about 15-20 minutes or until golden, remove from oven and let cool.
  10. Once cooled, slice down center and then into 1" strips.
  11. Mix together your dipping sauce ingredients, serve and enjoy!
Tornadough Alli

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20 thoughts on “Blackberry Cream Cheese Pie Dippers

    1. Hi Pat, unfortunately I haven’t tried it with any other fruits. I do use the method with raspberries so they should work. But other than that I haven’t tried with anything else.

  1. Alli, we were both featured on the Wednesday Showcase! I love pie and all things pie-like, so I’d grab a couple of these any time of day! No dip for me, though, just the dippers (I always scrape off frosting!). Fruit and cream cheese means I could call these breakfast, too!

  2. These look so good, making my mouth water this morning.And I found your recipe featured on Houseful of Handmade! Would love to have you drop by and share on #OMHGWW
    Hope you have a wonderful week!

    1. Hi Margaret, I used an rimmed jelly roll pan that was 11.5″×15″. You can use that or a round pizza pan. I baked these in batches as only 1 would fit on a pan at one. You certainly can use frozen blackberries, they might just take a little longer reducing because of the added water from being frozen.

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