You can’t have Memorial Day without pie, right? 🇺🇸While I love making pie there are just some times when I don’t want to spend my whole weekend rolling dough and perfecting my lattice work. When I’m having one of those “I just want it to be easy!!” moments these Blueberry Pie Sugar Cookies are the perfect substitute.
These little morsels are buttery and sugary with bites of delicious blueberry popping through. And although the white chocolate drizzle on top is optional I would urge to you give it a try!! It really adds that little extra pop that is not only visually enticing but so rich and delicious too!
Let’s Get Rolling
The first thing you’ll need to do for this recipe is to roll out the cookie dough. I used Immaculate Baking Company’s Organic Vanilla Sugar Cookie Dough. You can find this brand at Whole Foods, but any sugar cookie dough will do! If you have the time and love a homemade recipe go ahead and do that too!
Step One- Place on Ball of cookie dough on a piece of parchment paper
Step Two- Place a second piece of parchment paper on top of the dough ball
Step Three- Roll out cookie dough till its flat
Step Four- Carefully peel the dough from the parchment paper
Once you have the dough rolled out you will add dollops of the blueberry jam mixture to the rolled out dough.
Fold in the edges of the dough to cover the jam and roll into balls.
Blueberry Pie Cookies
- 12 oz Sugar Cookie Dough
- 1/2 cup Blueberry Jam
- 1/4 cup Fresh or Frozen Blueberries
- White Chocolate *optional
- Coconut Oil *optional
Bring your cookie dough out of the fridge and let it soften slightly around 5-10 minutes
Mix blueberries with Jam to coat
Place one ball of cookie dough between two pieces of parchment paper or on a floured surface
Roll out till flat, but not too thin
Lift dough off surface keeping it’s shape
Place small dollops of blueberry mixture on dough
Fold the edges in and roll into a ball
Bake for 14 minutes
Optional: Melt white chocolate in a bowl at 50% heat for 30 secs at a time till melted. Add just enough coconut oil to make the chocolate runny. Use a fork to drizzle back and forth over the cookies