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From Barbara's Kitchen Tips for getting that ‘almost’ homebaked pie crust without the labor

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Posted: Friday, October 5, 2012 7:32 am

Dear Barbara: I used to make all my pie crusts from scratch, but I’m older now and want the easy way out. I’ve used the pie crust mix that comes in a box and I didn’t care for it. I’ve also used the refrigerated pie crusts that you just unroll and put in a pie plate. The crust was too small and also was not in a circle. I had to “patch” the places that didn’t meet the edge of the pie plate. Any suggestions? — Charlene from Lodi

Dear Charlene: I know exactly what you mean! I think most of us have tried that. The only time I make my crust “from scratch” anymore is when my adult children are home. They can spot it in a minute and respond with, “That’s not your pie!”

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