As Easy As Pie!

We’re officially in pie-making season! We know that your top preference would be to make your pie crust from scratch, but we all know that with all the things you’re juggling with, all the other things that you need to get done, sometimes the more time-consuming preferences might need to take a backseat. Sigh. If we only we all had 28 hours a day.

As Easy As Pie

While we can’t pull out an extra 4 hours for you from thin air, we can offer you what we like to call clean convenience when it comes to baking for your family, and by that we mean the Immaculate Baking refrigerated Pie Crust! Hey, if nothing else, it’ll give you back at least 30 minutes of your day 🙂

Now we know that our pie crust can be a bit tricky to work with. It’s fragile, it crumbles easily, it’s just like a pie crust made from scratch, and we all know that anything that’s made from scratch needs to be handled with care. So let us show you the best way to unroll some Immaculate love this baking season! It’s as easy as pie!

Step 1: Let Immaculate Baking pie crust stand in room temperature for about 8-10 minutes. Slice open a 2 gallon Ziplock bag to create one long rectangular strip of plastic.DSC06299

Step 2: Gently unroll the pie crust on one half of the Ziplock bag. Use the back of a knife to help unroll the dough while pressing unrolled dough down to cover any breaks.DSC06303

Step 3: As it get the very end of the unrolled dough, cover the dough with the other half of the Ziplock bag, flatten the dough with your hands or rolling pin. Refrigerate to store for use later.DSC06308And voila! Your pie crust is ready! Isn’t is as easy as pie?


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