Mason Jar Mini Pies Make Summer So Much Better

You wouldn’t necessarily believe that “smaller is better” when it comes to summer fruit pies — but leave it to the reliably adorable Mason jar to convince you. While you might cast aside the metal lids in favor of sipping lemonade Pinterest style, they’re actually the perfect vessels for baking mini pies.

Our recipe has blueberries and peaches — absolutely delicious topped with a melty scoop of ice cream. Good thing you can easily claim a portion that’s all yours.

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Mason-jar lids make perfectly sized blueberry-peach pies for summer treats.

And when you’re done eating pie, we’ve got lots more ways you can win summer: Sheet Pan Paella, How to Make a Watermelon Punch Keg and Grilled Fish on Pineapple Planks with Spicy Pineapple Salsa

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