How To Cook Dessert Pierogies

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Follow these steps if you have purchased one of our blueberry or strawberry pierogi packs!

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Step 1: Bring a large pot of water to boil.

Note: There is no salt or additional oil needed for dessert pierogies.

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Step 2: Once boiling, place frozen pierogies in the pot.

- Place them one at a time, and try not to overcrowd them. About 6 pierogies per 8 cups of water.

- Overcrowding the pot may lead to the pierogies sticking together and then falling apart.

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Step 3: As soon as the pierogies float to the surface, remove them from the pot.

 (About 3 - 4 minutes) 

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Step 4: Serve and Enjoy!

- Dessert Pierogies do not need to be fried, they can be plopped down and eaten right away!

- These Pierogies taste amazing sprinkled with lots of sugar and mixed with whipping cream.

- You may also choose to mix them with yogurt and/or any kind of berry :)

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