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Pillsbury™ Refrigerated Pie Crust

Refrigerated Pie Crusts
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Overall Rating:

    88 Reviews, 24 Comments
    Kerbbie698 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.
    happybaker56394 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.
    TylerButi337 days ago
    Go to Trader Joes and get their pie crusts in the freezer section. They are large and don't have any of the stuff you can't pronounce.
    Berend371 days ago
    The crust is not large enough to make a deep dish pumpkin pie.
    josborn744 days ago
    I'm wondering why Pillsbury isn't responding to any of these customers' questions about why their pie crusts are shrinking?
    luvmetndr11101 days ago
    I love the pie crust, cause i can not make my own so i was wondering if you could start making oblong pie dough so we can make turnovers. Makes it a lot better instead of trying to use a round crust.I think people would love it to i know i would very much.
    mrkleen1045 days ago
    I use these piecrusts exclusivly, and they wotk wonderfully. I also use them as dough for filled cookies, and the work fine but not too economical/.

    Is there a possibility that sheets of dough in size of approximately 12" lby 8 or 10 " ln w and rolled for packaging as the pie crusts are., also slightly sweetened. This would be a new product , and I believe a popular item for the convenience of it , especially at Holiday times.
    doughboy64321009 days ago
    Store bought products will never be economical compared to scratch . Especially if you are using a large amount . I only buy these pie crust in a pinch other wise I find it is much cheaper to make your own . I agree with others also in that it is not enough to even cover a regular 9" pie plate , so that is another reason I make my own most of the time.
    lgf147 days ago
    Love the product but, I would like a larger pie crust. When using it for a deep dish or a larger pie shell it is way to thin!
    crspie495 days ago
    REALLY, do you need to add coloring in a pie crust?
    JD54110 days ago
    I love these! Super easy to use, especially since they moved away from the folded ones. I can pronounce many words, so the ingredients don't scare me at all. But I do wish there was a larger diameter one. I like to make deep dish and larger pies.

    njg4419 days ago
    Your crust used to be good; but now it shrinks badly.  You can google best bought pie crust and this is a #1 complaint.
    MedinaMom6865 days ago
    I used to really count on these when I didn't have time to make dough and chill and roll.  Today, I purchased a package to make apple pie.  I felt they had changed since the sheets were much thinner than they used to be, but obviously something else is going on with the ingredients.  The crust has no taste. It was actually tough and hard to chew.  I never had that issue before. I didn't over bake, started the pie at 450 for 15 minutes, then put a crust protector on to keep the edge from getting too brown. I reducted the temperatur to 350 and baked for an additional 45 minutes till the juices started to bubble out and the crust was lightly browned.  The filling was fine as usual, but I was really disappointed with this crust.  Has anyone else had an issue with the taste?
    cicero268 days ago
    Any idea how long to bake the crust if NOT filling it? Just the pie crust in a pie dish.
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