No-Bake Fruit Pie Crust

Total Time
Prep 8 mins
Cook 0 mins

Wish I could tell you where I got this recipe, but I simply don't remember! All I know is that it's been in my recipe PILE for many, many years! If the final mixture doesn't ball up like it should, add a little apple juice or water or almond milk, or....


  1. Grind the seeds, nuts & coconut to a fine meal in a food processor.
  2. Add the raisins & dates & process to a ball.
  3. When pressing the mixture into a 9 1/2 inch, deep dish pie plate, the crust should be about 1/4" thick. Flute the edges & the crust is ready to fill.
Most Helpful

I have made a few crusts like this, but I really liked the addition of the seeds here. Tastes glorious! Good for an autumn apple pie :-) thanks!

White Rose Child September 24, 2008

This is so good!! Simple, easy - filled with extra yummy things...I was so thrilled when it formed itself into a pliable ball of "dough" :) I made a raw pie that was to die for YUM (a nanna, coconut topped with peanut chips :)...I have never been a pie fan but now ....I AM!! I LOVED Bokenpop's pic too (your bowl was so cool!) - Thanks Sydney Mike

free-free August 22, 2008

Fruit and nut fans, this is a must-have recipe!!! Quick as a wink to make and tastes as good as it looks! I served fruit salad in the edible bowl and vanilla icecream on the side. Fantastic ending to our meal. Thanks, Sydney Mike.

Bokenpop aka Madeleine April 02, 2007