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    Easy and so tender!!!! I love this crust.

    Recipe #451683

    This is part of a recipe in Bon Appetit. After making it I found it is not a good crust for a sweet pie. However it is great for savory pies. Original recipe had 10 tablespoons of butter, I reduced it.

    Recipe #452126

    This is absolutely the best pie crust I have ever used. It never fails me and always comes out flaky and perfect. This recipe is enough for 2 - 9" crusts.

    Recipe #28943

    This pie crust is LOW in calories & can be used for a lots of different fillings, such as onion pie or tomato pie.

    Recipe #41111

    This tropical treasure is wonderful in the summer when you don't want to heat the kitchen.

    Recipe #487627

    I don't think they have mangoes or pineapples growing in Bavaria......but this is good. It is sweet from the fruit and does not have a heavy sugar load.

    Recipe #462429

    1 Reviews |  By A-kayke

    This pie is super easy (only 4 ingredients), very refreshing for a summer dessert and is a pretty pink pie! Works well for a summer wedding or baby shower.

    Recipe #460790

    I found this recipe in the first issue of Cooking Light and it really is great. Adding the egg white is a brilliant idea! Holds together very well. I am diabetic so I love the reduced sugar and reduced fat content.

    Recipe #85141

    If you like chocolate, you can substitute chocolate cookie crumbs for the graham cracker.

    Recipe #23177

    Good for cheesecake and pumpkin or Jello pudding pies, but not strong enough for a pie with runny/loose filling. Do NOT substitute margarine or oil for the butter. (learned this the hard way).

    Recipe #193530

    Mama's recipe and my favorite dessert in childhood. A very light dessert to have after a large dinner. Oh, what memories!!!

    Recipe #249367

    The crust comes from an Emeril recipe for a mango cream pie, but I wanted to keep this separate so I don't forget about the crust alone. I like it in the mango cream pie, but think it would also be awesome for making a coconut cream pie.

    Recipe #480369

    Adapted slightly from Vicki's Vegan Kitchen (Square One (2011)). This is a super tender, but easy to work with pastry dough that can be modified for savoury tarts by simply removing the sugar and nutmeg. This recipe is best suited for bottom crusts, but rolled thinly it can be used as a topper too. This is also delicious made with sweet potatoes, especially for apple pie.

    Recipe #488216

    Makes a great flaky crust!

    Recipe #42157

    This dessert can be filled with any type of berry mix. To help ensure you have a successful pav, add all the ingredients very slowly. The cook time does not include cooling in the oven.

    Recipe #370646

    Ooooh, so yummy and good for you! From Prevention magazine.

    Recipe #110829

    3 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This Tropical Pie can be topped with fresh whipped cream! A great summer time, Luau treat!

    Recipe #125205

    Cooking--Light August, 2002 Chill time--2 hours

    Recipe #460670

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