Wow, a good gluten free pie crust!
I followed the instructions on the package, using 12 tbsp butter and 8 tbsp margarine and then pre-baked the crust for 12 minutes before filling it to make a pumpkin pie.
It makes enough for two crusts or a single double crust pie. The second crust is in the freezer for use later, per the package instructions.
Product: Bob’s Red Mill Gluten Free Pie Crust
Price: Not sure, it was a gift to me
Buy again: Yes
Recommend to friends: Yes, I would tell them that it isn’t as flakey as much as their gluten counterparts.
- Not very sticky! I used a rolling pin with the dough between two pieces of plastic wrap.
- Was not crumbly and weak after it was cooked! This is amazing for something gluten free!
- It was not grainy.
- It had a crunchy dense texture. They are not as flaky as as their gluten counterparts.
- Is a great substitute for pizza crust with gluten or store bought frozen gluten free crusts.
- Not so easy to make but would have been worse if the ingredient included eggs