Pie Crust with Baking & Pancake Mix

Easy, light and flaky pie crust made with our Baking & Pancake Mix. 


    Yield: One 9" pie crust

    • 1½ cups Pamela's Baking & Pancake Mix
    • 2 tsp sugar (omit sugar for savory crusts such as for quiche)
    • 4 TBSP unsalted butter, chilled
    • 2 TBSP oil
    • ¼ cup ice water

    Combine Baking & Pancake Mix and sugar in a bowl. Cut chilled butter through flour mixture with two knives, pastry cutter, or with paddle attachment and stand mixer until butter is in very small pieces. Add oil, then add ice water slowly until dough comes together, not sticky. You may not need all the water.

    Roll out the dough between two sheets of parchment or wax paper. Dough should be thin, about 1/8″ as it will puff and swell when it bakes. Peel the top paper off dough and invert into pie dish. Peel off second sheet of paper and arrange dough and fix crust edge. Or instead of rolling out dough, press it into pan with fingers, the thinner the better.

    UNFILLED CRUST: use fork to perforate crust then bake at 350° for 12-15 minutes.

    FILLED CRUST: fill crust and follow baking directions from your pie recipe.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 19 reviews

Works great with my pies love this recipe would recommend


This crust was a perfectly crisp, mouthwatering part of my quiche!


I found this flour at Grocery outlet, I love how good the pancakes are, there fluffy and they taste really good..
I'm going to try and make a pumpkin pie next.


I rarely make pie. My pies are usually, not so good... Yesterday I was in a coconut pie mood. Didn't have any refrigerated pie crust. I decided to try something new. I found this recipe. O. M. Goodness! It was perfect! Pies are going to be another one of my specialties. Thank you!

Got Rave Reviews

I use this mix for a spinach quiche using savory method without sugar. Then I used for a blueberry pie with sugar and used coconut oil. Everyone raved about the almond flavoring in the crust (due to almond flour). I have had several requests for the recipe!

Note that when I rolled the crust out, it was very crumbly putting into the pie plate. However, broken areas were easy to press into place and baked just fine.