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Pet-Ritz Deep Dish Pie Crusts

Pet-Ritz Pie Crust
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rockyrose
8 days ago
Why are the crusts falling apart when I try to get them out of the pan? Everything winds up being a royal soggy mess on the plate.

Lacypoo
17 days ago
I have used Pet Ritz regular crusts twice in the last 3 months. Both times the pie crusts were so thin I could not get the pie slice out of the pan without it falling apart. They were soggy, even though I had baked them plenty dark enough. I have used this brand for years, but obviously y'all are skimping now and that is why the crusts are so thin. I will buy another brand from now on. I am very disappointed.

Earlmar
175 days ago
Where can I buy the Deep Dish Pie Crusts in West Los Angeles?

firtree
268 days ago
Vegetarians like pie, too. However, we sure don't like Lard. Any chance for a lard free crust?

mayortiq
293 days ago
I will NEVER EVER purchase another "pet-ritz" frozen Pillsbury crust! EVER! I have been baking for 15 years and have used several other types of crusts - both frozen and home made. This is the first - AND LAST - time I will ever use Pillsbury. They were cracked (in the package), THIN, and the edges were extremely LOW making the filling spill over ALL OVER THE PLACE. They did NOT perform well at all even when pre-baked prior to filling - and it was tasteless and not at all "flaky". TERRIBLE CRUSTS!!!!

KrisKmr
301 days ago
I would love to be able to buy deep dish 4 or 5 inch pie shells in the disposable pan like the full size deep dish pie shells. Two or three person size. Yes, I know I could buy the box of pie shells and buy small pans or use muffin tins and then cut down the shells but I would like them ready to go.

rscott213
306 days ago
How many cups volume are the deep dish frozen pie crust

Gilham
309 days ago
I use pit-ritz for all my pumpkin pies, but the crust seems to stay soft on the bottom. Should I pre bake for a short time??