Boozy Burger and Fry Pies
Use your favorite beer to make these Boozy Burger and Fry Pies, or dish it up as a warm Cheddar Ale Dip. Perfect for parties as well as snacking at home.
I am excited to be a Crisco Pie Partner and to bring you this final delicious pie post sponsored by Crisco. I don’t post savory recipes often…but when I do they’re boozy. 😉 For this final Pie Partner Challenge I wanted to tackle the savory pie theme.
My husband and I came up with these Boozy Burger and Fry Pies when we were at a restaurant munching on some soft pretzels and beer cheese dip. Even though he’s not a drinker he loves to munch on beer-cheese-anything… from bread, to dip, to soup. So I made this recipe to be enjoyed in the form of mini savory hand pies or as a warm dip, perfect for football parties or snacking on at home.
I told you abut my irrational fear of homemade pie crust a few weeks ago. Since then I’ve been making the Crisco Perfect Pie Crust and chatting with the folks over at the Crisco Pie Hotline. You can call 1-877-ForPieTips and they’ll gladly answer all of your pie crust questions.
If you’re not a phone talker you could also pop over to the Crisco Pinterest Boards for holiday pie baking inspiration or the Crisco website to find tips and recipes from Michele Stuart, author of the best-selling cookbooks Perfect Pies and the new Perfect Pies & More. There’s a Michele Stuart baking bundle up for grabs on the Crisco site as well. Simply enter their Rate and Review Promotion for the chance to win.
I hope you make these Boozy Burger and Fry Pies or Cheddar Ale Dip for your next party. You can’t go wrong with pie crust, cheese, potatoes, and a little booze.
Boozy Burger and Fry Pies and Cheddar Ale Dip
5 Comments on “Boozy Burger and Fry Pies”
Wow I am in love and I know my husband will be too! Yum!
These pies make me so happy and joyful. That is all.
Oh, also, I love you. And your pie.
Shut.Your.Mouth. Those pies are…wow. And are those Fritos I see in the background?? You know I’m a Frito whore 😉
Oh my gosh, girl. These sound right up my husband’s alley. I’ve been making pie crusts exclusively with Crisco for–ahem–close to 40 years (gosh, I hate admitting that). It’s the only crust my family will accept. I can’t even imagine how many crusts I’ve made with Crisco. Got my recipe from my college food science class and haven’t looked back. Don’t you just love it? These pies are fabulous for a winter weekend. 🙂
I love these little pies!!!