Since the Wonder Woman 1984 trailer dropped yesterday, Diana Prince is all I can think about! After watching the trailer and taking a closer look at the AMAZING character posters (VIEW THEM HERE), I’ve got a million questions running through my head.
How is Steve Trevor alive?
Where did Wonder Woman get her new gold suit (with wings)?
And, of course, the age-old question — how can I get Diana Prince’s hair?!
Wonder Woman has always been one of my favorite superheroes and I’ve been known to embrace my own inner WW from time to time…
Yep, caught in my natural element. I promise you this video wasn’t staged. (LOL) I’m just always trying to have my WW game face on.
And yesterday, since I was extra excited, I decided to create a new pie crust decoration inspired by Wonder Woman herself that you can easily pull off for your next movie night. (If you haven’t figured out by now, I bake when I get excited.) No matter what your favorite type of pie is — apple, cherry, blueberry, pumpkin — this Wonder Woman pie crust topping will bring a WONDERful element to your everyday dessert.
Wonder Woman Pie Crust Decoration
What You Need
- Pre-made refrigerated pie crust, two rolls
- 1 egg white, beaten
- Pastry brush
- Paring knife
- Wonder Woman pie crust design template — DOWNLOAD
- 1 piece of card stock paper
- Baking sheet
- Pie pan
- Pie filling – your choice!
- Parchment paper
Prepare the Wonder Woman Pie Crust Decoration
Download, print, and cut the Wonder Woman logo stencil to use to decorate the top of your pie (see list above). The size of your pie will determine the width of your logo — size it to match the width of your pie. Cut out the areas in black (these areas will be covered in cinnamon). Set aside your Wonder Woman stencil. (Note: if you have a Cricut cutting machine, you could also use this to cut the stencil.)
Pre-heat your oven to 425 degrees.
Roll out one of your refrigerated pie crusts on a clean surface. Place your Wonder Woman logo stencil on top of the dough and use a pastry brush to brush beaten egg white over the open part of the stencil. Sprinkle cinnamon on top of the brushed egg white, being careful not to push cinnamon under the edges of the stencil..
Carefully raise the stencil off of the dough, being careful not to disturb the excess cinnamon on top of the stencil, and discard. If the edges of your design are not as clean as you’d like, use a paring knife to straighten the edge of the cinnamon.
Bake your cinnamon Wonder Woman designs for 8-10 minutes in your pre-heated oven, or until golden brown.
Prepare Your Pie
While Wonder Woman pie decorations cool, it’s time to prep the bottom of your pie. Fill your pie pan with the remaining pie crust and remove any excess dough from the edges. The pie filling is up to you. (I went with a classic apple pie filling and you can find my recipe here.) Bake the bottom of your pie according to whatever recipe you’re following.
Decorate Your Pie
Once your pie is done baking, remove it from the oven and quickly place the decorated Wonder Woman design on top of the pie. By placing it on top of the hot pie, the heat and juices from the pie will help to seal the top piece to the bottom.
If no one else will defend the world — scratch that — bake a Wonder Woman pie, then I must.
Diana even lent me a little help in the kitchen.
Wonder Woman pie? That’s power, grace, wisdom, wonder, and deliciousness all in one.