Pie Crust with Baking & Pancake Mix
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Gluten-Free Egg-Free Soy-Free Corn-Free

Easy, light and flaky pie crust made with our Baking & Pancake Mix. Please note we have other pie crust recipes using other products that will turn out a better pie crust. For more information, see Pamela’s Pie Crust Tips. (Picture below is of unbaked crust.)

Ingredients

    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
Directions

    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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Siree 11/332/2017 11/29/2017
Hi, I just made my first pie ever and I am new to Pamela's product. I followed recipe and made 2 batches so I can make a double crusted pie. I took Mary Dorchester advice and baked on 325 for 50 minutes. It looks really good, tastes good, not too sweet but the texture is grainy. I am thinking it's the oil in the recipe that caused the bite to feel grainy and I added just a tad bit more water than the recipe... I was wondering if I could use applesauce in place of oil?
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    • Hi Siree, Pamela likes to use half shortening and half butter in her pie crusts. You might try that, but never add too much water, because if it gets sticky, it will get rubbery. If there is not enough water, it will be too dry and will fall apart.
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Bea 08/214/2017 08/03/2017
Hi,

I made my own pot pie filling for the first time, but I am not sure if I should bake the crust first or put the filling in and then bake it. Can anyone answer that question for me? Thank you
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Cecelia 10/302/2016 10/29/2016
Can you use Artisan flour instead of Baking and Pancake Mix?
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    • Hi Cecelia, Here is a pie crust recipe to make with the All-Purpose Flour Artisan Blend: http://www.pamelasproducts.com/pie-crust-with-artisan-flour-blend/
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Isaiah Rugsaken 01/07/2016 01/08/2016
This recipe is great and I really recommend that you try it.

I'm 8 and I really like to bake and my mothers gluten free so I make this all the time, I'm just about to make apricot pie with it to.

Thank you so much pamelas.
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Donna L. Damone 05/134/2016 05/14/2016
I have the baking and pancake mix. I want to make the crusts and the filling for a blueberry pie. HELP!!!
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belinda 12/358/2015 12/25/2015
Do you bake the top part of the crust before baking as a pie?, im confused. I am making an apple pie.

thanks,

Belinda
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    • Hi Belinda, If your apple pie recipe calls for unbaked crust, then you do not bake it first.
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Jack 12/357/2015 12/24/2015
Have made many pumpkin pies, thought I'd try this recipe. This crust came out burned and awful.
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Kileen 12/356/2015 12/23/2015
Burned around the edges despite the silicone edge protector. I hope it tastes better than it looks.
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Cristina 08/229/2015 08/18/2015
I used this recipe this morning to make mini pies (one recipe made 6 mini pies with tops). It was deicious and very easy to make. I didn't have much luck with rolling it out, so instead I rolled it into balls and made a press-in crust. It worked very well for that.
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    • I forgot to say: Can you please add weight/metric conversions to your recipes? I have a feeling my cup is slightly lighter than yours (110 grams) but it would be great to know for sure.
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Beth W. 02/55/2015 02/25/2015
I just tried this pie crust for my pot pie recipe. It was delicious! I spread butter and egg on top before baking for 20-23 minutes. I used the Pioneer Woman pot pie recipe and it was delish!
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