Oh So Easy Raisin Filled
I don't like rolling out dough so when it dawned on me after looking at all these recipes made in muffin tins...the light went on.
I first tried it with Cake mix and egg and a stick of butter but that was just a little too crumbly, but the sugar cookie dough works great and tastes great.
If you want smaller raisin filled you could use a brownie pan.
It does not get much easier, Enjoy!
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- roll of sugar cookie dough
- can of raisin pie filling
- cup of milk
- cup of sugar
1Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
2You will need muffin tins mini or regular whatever you have.
Spray your tins with cooking spray.
3Divide sugar cookie dough in half. Pinch off a bit of sugar cookie dough from one of the halves and form it into the bottom of the muffin tin and up the sides. You should be able to get 8 to 12 raisin filled depending on the muffin tin.
4Fill the dough with raisin pie filling as full as you like.
5Take the other half of the dough and pinch off pieces for as many filled muffin tins as you have.
Flatten each piece with a glass or your hand and lay on tip of the raisin filling tucking it in to the dough from the bottom.
6With a pastry brush brush the milk over top of the dough and sprinkle with sugar.
7Bake for 18-20 minutes until done.
Let cool completely before eating or you will burn you mouth.