- 1 1/2 cups all purpose flour
- 1/4 teaspoon fine salt
- 1 teaspoon granulated sugar
- 8 tablespoons unsalted butter (cold, 1 stick, cut into small pieces)
- 5 tablespoons ice water
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Karlie-Jo 18 hours ago
Quick and easy recipe
Decemae Yangkin 12 days ago
Turned out pretty nicely!
Sierra Krippner 24 days ago
Made it with a KitchenAid and it came together perfectly. Gave a solid crust that didn't crumble, and it didn't give me a hassle to roll out! A little on the rubbery side, but that's possibly because I shorted the butter a bit (6 Tbs)
Cazarez 4 months ago
it was simple and delicious
Mariah Moos 5 months ago
So great! My whole family loved it for our traditional Swiss apple pie.
Glenn L. 6 months ago
Made my first turkey pot pie with Thanksgiving left overs that turned out great
Sarah 6 months ago
Very good! Seemed like it wasnt going to work at first because it was so crumbly, but after forming into the pan it turned out well and tasted great
Andy 7 months ago
Great recipe. Turned out well.
Abigail Marquez 7 months ago
I love this recipe and have been using it for years
Allison D. 8 months ago
Great crust! Used half crisp cuz I didn’t have enough butter and it turned out great
Linda L. 8 months ago
Great and easy. I have made this many times
Pace 9 months ago
I changed it slightly. I wanted to create small pie crust cookies...which I guess are just biscuits. Lol. Instead, I added: 2 tbsps of white granulated sugar 1 tbsp of brown sugar 1 tsp cinnamon 1 tsp of nutmeg 1/2 allspice And I replaced the last tbsp of water with vanilla. Instead of chilling it in the fridge for 30 min I chilled it in the freezer for the same time but wrapped in a log. I cut thin slices off the log and baked at 375 for 18 minutes. Tasty biscuits. This still would probably make a tasty pie crust, just wasn’t dedicated to actually making a pie today.
Cindy C. a year ago
Best crust I've made
Kiana K. a year ago
It was good I wish the portion size was a little bigger though
Annie Yang a year ago
Good! Very crunchy at the top. Also very easy, although getting the dough together was kind of difficult, unless I made it wrong
sammy w. a year ago
add 2 table spoons more water for best results
Fatuma E. 2 years ago
Very flaky and will use this recipe again
Debbie Meili 2 years ago
Super easy! Haven’t tasted it yet but can hardly wait!
Chan 2 years ago
It did not turn out well sadly will not be using this recipe again
Aurora G. 2 years ago
Really great pie crust! It's extremely easy to make and really easy to manipulate to fit your pan! I love this recipe
Mackenzie W. 3 years ago
It turned out great! It was my first time making pie crust since I'm only 14, and my family loved it!
Kishia P. 3 years ago
Easy and delicious! My mini apple pie was a success because of this super easy to make crust. I swear I'll be making more pies in the future
Kendra Tamaklo 3 years ago
This crust was super easy to make and yummy. I used it with a pot pie recipe so I made it more savory by including less sugar.
Melissa Varis 3 years ago
Made mini muffin pan apple tarts with this. So easy. Used my kitchen scale & mixed with my hands (1st time) - so only 1 bowl to wash. Fabulous. The key is using the right amount of water so it holds together, but isn't too 'wet.'
Jennivette H. 3 years ago
It's easy and perfect! I've been doing it for a long time and you can make it sweet or savory. I even made hand pies.
Dana T. 3 years ago
The amount of water was not enough and the crust turned out hard and raw like . Will not be using this recipe again .