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No Fuss Pie Crust

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No Fuss Pie Crust

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  • 2 cups all purpose flour
  • 1/2 cup oil (your choice)
  • 3 Tbsp. cold water
  • 1/2 tsp. salt
  • 1/4 tsp. baking powder
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    Calories480Calories from Fat260
    Total Fat29g45%
    Saturated Fat2g10%
    Trans Fat
    Calories from Fat260
    Total Carbohydrate48g16%
    Dietary Fiber2g8%
    Vitamin A
    Vitamin C

    * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.


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    Karen Maslow 5 months ago
    Turned out well. Added the extra 3 tbsp water
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    Noor Bakhtair a year ago
    It was very easy to make. It was a little crumbly and hard to put in the pan. It was hard to do any designs because of how crumbly it was. The crust didn’t have much flavour but with the pecan pie filling, it was really good!
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    Chisa Ching 2 years ago
    Making this crust was super easy to make and press into my glass pie pan. I’m doing a light ore bake first before I put my filling in.
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    Lori Pierce 2 years ago
    It really was super flaky. It was a battle pressing into the pie plate, but it stayed together. I would definitely make this again, especially if I was in a hurry.
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    Tamara Jimenez 2 years ago
    Turned out great!! Will definitely use feom now on
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    KeSean Johnson 2 years ago
    I made it just now and used butter About to put it in the oven. Looks dope and the crusty flaky AF. Go head and make this!
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    Torres 2 years ago
    This was my first time making my own pie crust and I am never buying frozen crusts anymore! I followed the receipe twice and I found it a little dry both times. I may have missed something... So I just added a little water and oil until i had a ball of dough... and that worked. This is going to be my go to pie crust recipe.
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    Sowmya S. 2 years ago
    Super easy to make (kids helped!). If it's a little crumbly, add a bit of water. I used 1/2 all-purpose and 1/2 wheat flour, and canola oil.
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    Larose 2 years ago
    I absolutely love this recipe the only downside would be that you have to add a little bit more water than it says. About three extra tablespoons but that's about it it's super easy to work with and really good are used olive oil :))
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    Lisa A 2 years ago
    So good! I used coconut oil
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    Love this recipe. So easy! Crust turned out great! Just have to work on making the crust even around the bottom.
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    Dinah 2 years ago
    It's good, very easy to make. I had to add a bit more water to be able to form into a ball.
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    Cleisha 2 years ago
    Absolutely amazing and super easy! Perfect recipe for those who aren't looking for anything too extravagant. Tastes like the pie crusts you buy in the frozen aisle, which is more than fine with me.
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    Lexie Koontz 2 years ago
    Perfect it was the perfect combination salty and flaky. Didn’t take long super easy.
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    kim Hill 2 years ago
    I followed the directions and it turned out awful. Chewy like play dough
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    KW 3 years ago
    I used olive oil for a quiche crust & the crust came out tasting like homemade play-doh.
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    Justin Alexander 3 years ago
    Worked great! I used 2/3 chickpea flour and 1/3 milled flax seed. For oil I used organic lard from Fatworks that I got at Walmart. Excellent and easy gluten free chicken pot pie crust!
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    Renee Collins 3 years ago
    Needed to add 1 Tbsp extra of water.
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    Josie Held 3 years ago
    Excellent. I made a double batch of dough to make chicken pot pie and it was delicious. Super easy. I did the top crust as suggested and just tore off chunks, flattened, and kind of pieced together. Gave it a rustic look but it was one of the best pot pies I've ever had. I may try a quiche with this crust for breakfast tomorrow. Definitely a keeper.
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    Gloria O. 3 years ago
    Really easy to make!
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    Idk 3 years ago
    Great so far just putting it in the oven
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    Silver02 3 years ago
    Really good, no more need to buy pie crust!
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    Colleen G 3 years ago
    Really good for a dairy-free pie crust!
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    Valdez 3 years ago
    It was great!!!!!!!!