Pie crust it can be homemade or
bought. Pillbury makes a good one.
Jelly-- I guess it's your choice of
A yellow cake mix any type
1. I took a drinking glass and cut circles out of the
dough. Big enough to fit in a muffin pan cup.
2. Line the cups in the muffin pan with circles you cut of
dough. The circles should be big enough to go up the sides
of the muffin tin.
3. Then spoon some jelly on top of the circles, just a
layer at the very bottom. You choose what kind, I used
4. Then make a yellow cake mix according to the package
directions. Spoon the batter over the jelly to fill the
muffin cups to 3/4 full, they will rise when baking of
course. They are done when you check with a toothpick and
it comes out clean (or a cake tester). Use the same degree
oven as the cake mix calls for. The crust should be done
5. When they are cooled frost them with a thick glaze made
from confectioners sugar and water or milk.
what you need for a glaze;
1-1/2 cups powdered
sugar and milk until well blended.
6. Buy a container of candied cherries. Cut them in half
and place one half on each maid before the glaze sets up and