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This is also what we have done with our pie crust scraps since I can remember, minus the butter, though. Just sprinkle on the cinnamon and sugar and bake, delicious. We would fight over it as kids.

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winterrace October 17, 2009

I had a craving for these this afternoon. I remember them when I'd come home from school, my mom would have them baking in the oven (such fond memories.) She died when I was 16 and the recipe (I thought was lost) so on a hunch I put it in the search engine and found this recipe. I just finished making them and they are exactly how I remember them. Thank you for the stroll down memory lane, now my kids will enjoy when they get home from school.

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sherrybabie_12836161 February 22, 2011

I have made these a few times and they are excellent! DH is not a big fan of pie crust so I usually eat the whole batch. They are quick and easy and a good alternate if we want a dessert that is not chocolately.

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AZPARZYCH October 16, 2009

THis is what I do with all of my scraps! I LOVE it! YUM!

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MinnMomof2 April 28, 2009

As a kid I wasn't too hip to fruit pies. My mom would always do this with the dough scraps and they were all mine. Yum!

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charlie #5 March 07, 2008

I remember as a child growing up my grandma making these for me. Recently I was at my sister's house and I made these again for us out of the left over pie crusts. It certainly brought back fond memories of my grandmother. Thanks so much for posting.

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chrisrobin March 06, 2008

The best part of this recipe is it's simplicity with an added bonus that it tastes great. I just purchased the cinnamon sugar already mixed. I found that after the first batch I did not put enough cinnamon sugar. The second try I really loaded up the pie crust up with cinnamon sugar and got the flavor I was looking for.

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ctech December 23, 2007

We call these pie crust cookies, and we LOVE them so much! My mom used to make these for me as a child, and now I make them for my kids. Thanks for putting this on here!

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~*Miss Diggy*~ August 29, 2007

This is one of my favorites as well. I look forward to it more than the pie itself I often make this just for the crisps and no pie THEY ARE AWSOME!

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luvthezaar March 25, 2006

I hate to drag down your rating and to be the one person who disagrees with everyone else, but we didn't really like this recipe. I pulled out this recipe to use up a broken frozen pie crust, and it just didn't seem to work. The pieces were pretty flavorless once cooked, and I think 20 minutes might be a little too long.

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coconutcream October 01, 2005
Cinnamon Crisps