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Pillsbury® Refrigerated Pie Crust

Refrigerated Pie Crusts
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    Kerbbie309 days ago
    It would be so nice if you could make these an extra 2 inches in diameter. The shrinkage of my baked pie shell made it unusable. The pumpkin pie I made barely had any crust above the pie filling. Please increase the size, I'm sure you won't lose that much money in doing so, but if you do not you will lose customers.
    happybaker565 days ago
    Try using a smaller pie pan, or lay the crust out on a floured surface and take a few passes at it with a rolling pin to make it a little larger.  I have done that and it does not make the pie any less perfect.
    crspie106 days ago
    REALLY, do you need to add coloring in a pie crust?
    littlebluecat243 days ago
    WHYYYY did you add lard to this??? I am so sad that my family now can no longer eat this product. It was great and now is a product we can no longer buy. Please consider removing the lard or making a separate vegetarian product.
    lilymoon231 days ago
    I was told its not animal lard
    eatoats10 days ago
    Keep the lard. Tastes better.
    BAKEHOUSE5 days ago
    My Pie Crust stick together and can't unroll it. Don't know what is the problem.
    happybaker565 days ago
    You may have let it get too warm.  I often have the same problem, but if it is cool, it is easier to unroll.  It takes a gentle hand to start it from the edge, but ones you get that edge loose, it rolls out fine.
    BHS20086 days ago
    I've been using Pillsbury pie crusts for years and something happened today that has never happened.  I was baking a crust to use for quiche and it puffed all up as if there were a second layer.  I used the second crust and didn't have much better luck.  Such a disappointment!
    happybaker565 days ago
    Put your crust in the pan.  Crimp the edges if you need to.  Line the crust with waxed paper, forming it to fit, then fill the paper with a 1 lb. bad of pinto beans.  Bake per package or recipe directions, remove from oven, remove the waxed paper and beans (carefully, because they will be hot), and continue with your recipe.  When the beans are cooled, keep them in a zipper bag and you can use them several times.  
    eatoats10 days ago
    Please, please, please make the pie crusts bigger. Charge more, for Pete's sake!
    mstens14 days ago
    My apple pie in glass Pyrex pan stuck to bottom, what can I do?
    happybaker565 days ago
    Unroll the crust and flour the bottom, then turn it floured side down into the pan.  The package used to say to do that, but does not any more.  It really helps.
    cheesecakebaker25 days ago
     Disappointed. Not flaky at all. Was very dense.  
    ChefBruce48 days ago

    I totally agree on making the diameter of the crust bigger approx. 2 inches. In order to use a deep dish 9 1/2 glass pie plate you must roll out the dough thinner which many times will shrink the sides and make it not usable. This also makes the crust so thin that the pie is harder to cut and remove in a pretty slice. "I love the Pillsbury brand but the roll out is just not big enough for most pie plates."

    retiredinIdaho61 days ago
    If it wasn't for these wonderful pie crusts, I would never bake a homemade pie.  I have an orchard so I have plenty of fresh fruit but I could not make a decent crust (or even get it off the rolling pin).  People love my pies and I always give Pillsbury credit.
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