Not us! Take the intimidation factor out of baking holiday pies with convenient Pillsbury refrigerated pie crust. Just unroll, fill and bake—seriously, it's that easy!
3 quick ideas to make pies even easier!
Borrow. If you're making multiple pies and don’t own more than one pie plate, borrow some ahead of time. It's the perfect excuse to get friendly with your neighbors. You you decide to buy one, glass pie plates bake evenly and look great on the table. And if all else fails, you can always pick up disposable ones at the supermarket.
Bake ahead. Make your pie a day ahead, and your Thanksgiving Day will be that much calmer. And we promise, no one will even notice.
Use a shortcut. With Pillsbury refrigerated pie crusts, you just unroll, fill and bake -- like this Super Easy Fruit Pie. Even if you've never baked a pie, you can do it. Skip the store-bought or frozen pie. This is way better.
Check out these tips for getting the very best results with refrigerated pie crusts:
Pie Crust Basics
Six Steps to Perfect Pies
3 ways to make your pie gorgeous
For a pie that looks as good as it tastes, try out these ideas:
Top it. Here's a really quick tip to make your pie spectacular! Warm a jar of caramel, raspberry or chocolate ice cream topping, and drizzle it on the dessert plate or over the top of the pie slice. Instant kudos.
Sprinkle it. Sprinkle your topping with toasted slivered almonds or grated orange peel.
Edge it. It's simple to make a decorative crust on your pie!
Whip it. You can save time when you serve the pie by whipping the cream ahead of time. Just whip the whipping cream until stiff, and refrigerate up to 4 hours.
Start with a Pillsbury unroll-and-fill pie crust, and add...
The Pillsbury Community suggested a bunch of super-easy fillings for Pillsbury pie crusts. See their suggestions for easy Thanksgiving pies!
Hungry for even more choices? Here are 50 Fabulous Thanksgiving Pies.