When my friend first tried this recipe, she couldn’t believe it only took 4 ingredients

When my friend first tried this recipe, she couldn’t believe it only took 4 ingredients.


This recipe is a blessing for those who love blueberries and can’t resist the allure of freshly baked goods. Indulge your sweet tooth with these 4 Ingredient Blueberry Pie Bombs—a delicious and easy-to-make treat. Whether you’re hosting a lively party, a relaxed picnic, or simply want to treat yourself to a sweet treat at home, these tasty bombs are easy to make with just four ingredients.


I first came up with the idea for these Blueberry Pie Bombs when I was requested to provide a dessert for a friend’s birthday party. I wanted something easy yet elegant. The result? Quite popular! These pie bombs were as showy and delicious as any fancy bakery delight, despite their apparent lack of complexity.


My buddy was amazed that just four ingredients were needed when she first attempted this dish.

From that point on, they have been my go-to for a variety of events, never failing to wow audiences. Believe me when I say that you won’t want to go back after trying them. A definite way to wow your loved ones, they’re easy and beautiful.

Ingredients You’ll Need

  • One 8-count can of chilled biscuits
  • Half a cup of blueberry preserves
  • A quarter cup of ripe blueberries
  • Melted butter, 4 teaspoons
  • Optional: powdered sugar for dusting

Step-by-Step Guide to Making Blueberry Pie Bombs


1. Preheat Your Oven:
Get your oven ready by heating it up to 375°F (190°C). Proper preheating ensures that your pie bombs bake evenly.

2. Flatten the Biscuits:
Roll out or use your hands to flatten each biscuit so it’s wider. This step is crucial for creating enough surface area to hold the filling.

Filling and Shaping

3. Add the Blueberry Preserves:
In the middle of each flattened biscuit, put a spoonful of blueberry preserves. The preserves provide a rich, sweet, and slightly tangy base that pairs perfectly with fresh blueberries.

4. Add Fresh Blueberries:
On top of the preserves, sprinkle a few fresh blueberries. These berries will add a burst of flavor and texture to your pie bombs.

5. Seal the Biscuits:
Fold the biscuits in half over the filling and squeeze the edges to seal them. Make sure they are well-sealed to prevent the filling from leaking out during baking.


6. Coat with Butter:
Lightly coat each pie bomb with melted butter. This will help them achieve a beautiful golden brown color and add a subtle richness.

7. Bake:
Place the pie bombs on a baking sheet and bake for 12–15 minutes, or until they are golden brown and puffed up.


8. Cool and Serve:
Give the pie bombs a few minutes to cool off before digging in. This will prevent burns and allow the filling to set slightly.

9. Optional Dusting:
For an extra touch of sweetness and visual appeal, you can sprinkle them with powdered sugar.

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