Posted: 12/1/2010 9:55:21 AM
If your crust got soggy, you didn't drain your berries well enough. The recipe says to drain the strawberries pointed end up to prevent having a soggy crust. Obviously something went wrong if you got a soggy crust, too many other people have said it was wonderful even several days later!
Posted: 12/1/2010 7:33:05 AM
My wife made this pie for me and WOW!!!!! It is wonderful to say the least. I liked it soooooooo much that she made me one to take to work and the boys at work liked it soooooooo much that they took pictures of it to show their wives. Great pie - thanks.
Posted: 11/29/2010 8:01:59 PM
This scrumptious pie was a hit at my school! Everyone raved about it. It is a pie that is first pleasing to the eye as it is a pie that makes such a lovely presentation. Then the first bite is a delicious berry burst of flavor. The sugar free version is as good as the granulated sugar recipe. This pie gets an A+ in my grade book!!!!!!
Posted: 11/29/2010 4:07:12 PM
I have had the pleasure of eating this pie on several times and NEVER had soggy crust. My husband has taken it to the office and put it in the frige for several days ans never complained about the crust, in fact he would not eat it if it had a soggy crust. It's my opinion the person making this is not doing something right. Maybe not using Pillsbury crust????
Posted: 11/29/2010 11:40:50 AM
Wife made several for friends and family for Thanksgiving. The ones she made with sugar free jello and splenda blend were the rave! Diabetics, like myself, feel like this is the miracle pie. Finally something that tastes wonderful and is LEGAL! Thanks you Lord Jesus!
Posted: 11/29/2010 11:03:29 AM
I had my wife make this pie because it looks like it would be better for you then the other pies. WOW! I i was shocked at how yumy it was and i didn't feel like i was cheating on my diet. Lots of good stuff in it and easy to make too. Will be making it again and again!
Posted: 11/29/2010 8:55:26 AM
I don't know how they got a soggy crust. I just ate the last piece of pie made on Thanksgiving day and the crust was still good. The pie was so enjoyed by my family that it was the favorite of the three year old and the 69 yr old. So it is definitely a pie for all ages. Love the freshness and it leaves you feeling full without feeling stuffed.
Posted: 11/29/2010 7:45:11 AM
None of this pie left after the turkey and dressing was eaten! We all enjoyed the pie to the very last piece! This is a nice pie to set and enjoy with the family!
Posted: 11/28/2010 7:27:43 PM
OMG, in response to several other comments, the pie is only soggy when you don't eat it within the first day. As far as a fruit pie, isn't that the best pies made?
Posted: 11/28/2010 7:19:25 PM
This picture does the pie no justice. When it's made pile the strawberries more upright so that the pie is a work of art. The picture on the website from the test kitchen needs to be updated with the picture in our current local newspaper or from the state fair.