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Pillsbury® Refrigerated Pie Crust

Refrigerated Pie Crusts
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I'm going to stop buying the roll out pie dough because, not matter what I do, the crust always shrinks. Tonight I tried prebaking a single pie crust--I even lined the unbaked pie crust with foil and filled the crust up with beans, and the crust STILL shrank. I think the size of the roll up crust probably works well for an 8" pie pan, but I use a 9" pan. Pillsbury needs to make a larger size.

schaunzermom2
31 days ago
The last three times--includin­g today--I have used these pie crusts, they have shrunk almost too small to use. Have you changed the recipe or size? I have used these for years and always loved them, but now I am very disappointed. The taste is still good, but I don't know if I'll buy them any more.

Carrietheday
38 days ago
I love this crust for my Easy Peasy Peach Tart - preheat oven @ 425 , slice peaches, toss with a couple table spoons of sugar and generous dashes (sorry, I'm not big on measuring) of cinnamon & nutmeg... Roll out your crust, arrange the fruit leaving a 2 inch(ish) edge, fold and crimp the crust over the fruit. Bake @425 for 40 min. I turn the dish 180 degrees after 20 min because I have an old stove. If you want to get fancy, use an egg white wash and sugar dusting (http://www.fin­ecooking.com/ar­ticles/egg-wash­-pastry-crust-c­olor-shine.aspx­) . Easy Peasy!

Arn123
39 days ago
Recently I made two pies with a baked single crust. Both of the crusts shrunk down the sides of the pie plate. I have never had a problem before. Please help me. What am I doing wrong?

mhostetler
52 days ago
I have made 4 pie crusts recently (baked crust only) in electric oven. Preheated and crust pricked. The crust are sliding down into the bottom of the pie dish as they bake. What am I doing wrong? I have never had this problem before.

Onoverde
55 days ago
Please make a refrigerated pie crust with cream cheese, I would like a quick way to make rugalach!
Plus so many wonderful things you could open up to bakers with limited time. I would be happy tp participate as a tester. Thank you

sandusky1946
154 days ago
can these piecrusts still be used 3 months after the best if used by date?

Squeaky104
169 days ago
LOVE,LOVE,LOVE your pie crusts !!! I would like to see them made just a little larger so they can be used for deep dish pies. These are not large enough for that use. Also, the edges make a pie saleable and a little larger size would allow for making nice fluted edges. I would also like to be able to buy these in bulk at Costco or BJs because I make lots and lots of pies for bake sales and charity.

voisard
172 days ago
Can these be made without the potassium sorbate....plea­se! This preservative is poison to some of us...and totally avoidable as there are other choices that are not potassium based.

roastduck
181 days ago
I used Pillsbury Pie Crusts recently for a cooking demo I did making an apple pie. Big hit! http://wlos.com­/shared/communi­ty/features/car­olina-kitchen/s­tories/wlos_mol­asses-applesauc­e-pie-769.shtml