Easy Pie Crust

Easy Pie Crust created by less2saw

It's just too easy to make a pie crust! This pie crust is so flaky and full of flavor that you will never buy another pie crust!!

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directions

  • Put water, butter and crisco in freezer while preparing flour.
  • Sift flour, sugar, and salt together.
  • Cut cold butter and crisco into flour mixture until crumbly.
  • Add cold lemon juice and water. Mix just until moist crumbs form.
  • Turn dough out onto floured counter top.
  • Divide dough into 2 parts.
  • Wrap in plastic wrip and put in refrigerator for at least 1 hour.
  • Roll pie dough out and use as pie recipe directs.
  • Enjoy a flaky, great tasting pie crust!
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"It's just too easy to make a pie crust! This pie crust is so flaky and full of flavor that you will never buy another pie crust!!"

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  1. deathfuntaxes
    Love it. Perfect as is. Thanks.
  2. troublejul
    absolutely the easiest and best tasting crust i have ever made,,, i will never buy store bought crust again,,,, thanks for a great recipe...
  3. less2saw
    Easy Pie Crust Created by less2saw
  4. less2saw
    I have always made Tenderflake's "Never Fail Pie Crust" the way my mom taught me - today I learned a real keeper! This is an excellent crust with alot of flavor and tenderness. I made it for PAC spring 2009 with EliteTwig's Recipe #353174 and will make it again and again. I think this would be an excellent pie for "Rollie Pollies" the way my mom made them - or for any fruit pie. Nice that it is set for a single 2 crust pie! Thanks for a great recipe. I'll post photos later.
  5. children from A to Z
    Easy Pie Crust Created by children from A to Z
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