Let’s talk pie! || Easy Pie Crust Recipe

Y’all, Thanksgiving is just 2 days away for us here in the USA and pie baking has commenced at the Garlands of Grace house!πŸ‚πŸ¦ƒΒ  By the time we are done, 8 delicious pies should be complete and ready to enjoy for our Thanksgiving dinner. 😍  For many, the idea of making their own pie crust can be intimidating and I completely understand! So today as everyone prepares to hit the kitchen with aprons on, I thought I would share my family’s super delicious and flavorful Easy( made from scratch) Pie Crust Recipe!Β  Just a few ingredients for the perfect crust. 😊🧑 This has made our Thanksgiving pie making a breeze and is so fun that even the little ones can help. QUESTION!!πŸ₯§ What type of pie is YOUR FAVORITE?? Comment section is open below so leave a comment and let us know! If you are still trying to decide which pie to bake, take a look at my favorite Pecan Pie recipe found HERE. Happy Baking!

QUESTION!! What type of pie is YOUR FAVORITE?? Comment below and let us know! β†“βœ¨πŸ§‘

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Our Easy Pie Crust

Yields: 1 delightful Pie Crust

Ingredients:

  • 1 1/2 cup flour
  • 1/2 cup oil(we use melted butter)
  • 2 tablespoons sugar
  • 2 tablespoons milk
  • dash of salt

Directions:

  1. Combine flour, sugar, and dash of salt in pie plate. Blend well with fork!
  2. Make a crater in the center of your flour mixture.
  3. Put oil and milk into the center of your flour crater.
  4. mix well with your fork but don’t over mix! Form dough into a ball in the center of your pie plate.
  5. Use your fingers to press the dough outward- starting from the middle.
  6. When you’ve reached the edge of your pie plate, smooth and shape crust edge. Using fingers, “flute” edges to create a lovely finished look.
  7. And that’s it!!

“Oh that men would praise the Lord for his goodness, and for his wonderful works to the children of men!”
Psalm 107:8

14 thoughts on “Let’s talk pie! || Easy Pie Crust Recipe

  1. Ooooh! Can’t wait to try this pie crust. Hmmmm. really hard question!! I think my favorite would be Chocolate Chip pie or Blueberry though we don’t make those for thanksgiving. Pumpkin is a must and so delicious!! Happy Thanksgiving to you all. :) <3

  2. I think Cherry is probably my favorite these days; LOVED black raspberry as a child, and probably still would, if black raspberries were available to me, but you just can’t seem to buy them in stores around here at least. We had berry briars in our backyard when I was a little girl, and so had them to make pies with.

  3. WOW those pies look great! What time should we come and join you for dinner?!
    If I could, I’d bring along a favorite apple pie with crumb topping or pastry topping, with creamy Vanilla ice cream.
    thanks for sharing your pie recipe and technique!

    Praying for y’all a Blessed (Happy, Very Happy) and SAFE Thanksgiving!!!

  4. Strawberry Rhubarb is my absolute favorite pie, but really isn’t anything in a super yummy crust and baked to perfection simply irresistible?!? :)

    Many blessings and a joyous Thanksgiving to you all!

  5. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your families! Thank you for the faithful and wonderful work that you do! I have been blessed by your headcoverings and they are among my favorites. Thank you also for this simple crust recipe, as from-scratch crusts do intimidate me, but this one casts out all fear, like perfect love. ;-). I will definitely try it!

    Pecan pie is a childhood favorite!!

    God’s grace and continued goodness in all of your lives.

    Michele M.

    1. Happy Thanksgiving to you, Michele! Thank you for being a blessing to us all here at Garlands of Grace. We thank the Lord for you!! 😊❀️ Yay!! I hope you love the easy pie crust recipe as much as we do. Enjoy your day and Pecan Pie!! πŸ‚πŸ˜

  6. Does Banana Cream Pie count?! 🍌 πŸ°πŸ˜‹
    But yes, pumpkin is a must for Thanksgiving (it’s my hubby’s fave since he was a little guy!)
    Blessings to your family!
    Happy Thanksgiving from Canada! 😊

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