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Peach Crumble Pie

If you did something wrong and you want to apologize in a unique and delicious way, bake a peach crumble pie and deliver it with a note of apology for any trouble you had caused. There’s a high chance, this will work miracles. The anger may fade away with the first bite. This …

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Cherry Pie

Many people like an apple pie the best, while others can’t resist a cherry pie. Some say that Americans have cherry pie deep in their DNA. It looks deliciously irresistible with its cheery and bright appearance. You just have to try it. CRUST Basic Pie Dough FILLING Ingredients: 5–6 cups pitted …

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Pumpkin Pie

This is the best, most reliable recipe for pumpkin pie. For this pie, you can use canned pumpkin or cook your own pumpkins to make the purée. Many people don’t feel any difference in taste or texture, and therefore there’s no real need to make the effort of the baking, scraping, and sieving to get a great …

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Brownie Pie

Who doesn’t like brownies? Try this great recipe for delicious Brownie Pie. CRUST Basic Pie Doug or Chocolate Cookie Crust FILLING Ingredients ½ cup butter (1 stick), melted, 2 eggs, 1 cup sugar, 1 tsp vanilla, ½ cup cocoa powder, ½ cup flour, ½ tsp baking powder, ½ tsp salt, ½ cup nuts, …

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Cinnamon Pie

This is an easy-to-make pie that is very simply a creamy, syrupy layer of butter, milk, sugar, and cinnamon poured over scraps of crust. This Cinnamon Pie will give you great comfort for sure. CRUST Basic Pie Dough FILLING Ingredients ½ cup sugar ¼ cup milk 3–6 tbsp butter cinnamon Preparation Prepare …

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Making a Lattice Top for a Pie Crust

Making a Lattice Top for a Pie Crust

To finish your pie nicely, you can make a lattice top for a pie crust.  Roll out the dough as you would for a top crust, but make it a little wider than usual. With a paring knife or a lattice cutter, cut strips of even width; you can make wide or skinny strips, …

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Crimping the Pie Crust

Crimping the Pie Crus

There’s a practical purpose about rolling the top and bottom crusts together: this creates a seal that keeps the juices inside. Crimping the pie crust edges at the end adds a pretty decorative touch to your pie. You can crimp the edges with your fingers or with a fork by pressing down along …

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Blind-Baked Crust

Blind-Baked Crust

You need a blind-baked crust when you make cream pies. Because you cook the filling over the stove, the pie crust doesn’t get the chance to bake in the oven unless you bake it by itself first. Ingredients ¼ cup (½ stick) butter, chilled and cut into large chunks ¼ cup …

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Basic Pie Dough (For a Double-Crust Pie)

Basic Pie Dough (For a Double-Crust Pie)

How to make basic pie dough for a double-crust pie? Ingredients ½ cup (1 stick) butter, chilled and cut into large chunks ½ cup vegetable shortening, chilled 2½ cups all-purpose white flour, plus at least ½ cup extra for rolling pinch of salt ice water (just enough to moisten the dough, …

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Basic Pie Dough (For a Single-Crust Pie)

Basic Pie Dough (For a Single-Crust Pie)

How to make basic pie dough for a single-crust pie? Ingredients ¼ cup (½ stick) butter, chilled and cut into large chunks ¼ cup vegetable shortening, chilled 1¼ cups all-purpose white flour, plus at least ¼ extra for rolling pinch of salt ice water (just enough to moisten the dough, but …

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