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Pie Crust Recipes

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Ok, So I OD'd on ordering pie crusts and didn't realize they came 2 to a pack, so now I have like 4 extra pie crusts taking up some much needed space in my freezer, I'm going to make a quiche tonight but I wanted to know some good recipes for pies, ANY kind, doesn't have to be dessert, that you use with a pre-baked pie crust!!! thanks :P

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Well, you could always use pudding or softened ice cream, or no-bake cheesecake. You could make a strawberry pie (or use another fruit):

Wash and dry enough berries to fill the crust. Heat 1/2c of sugar in 1/2 c of water until dissolved. Crush one cup of berries and add to the sugar water. Mix 1 and 1/2 T cornstarch with 2 T water until smooth, then add to the sugar water mix and heat. Cook, stirring constantly, until it becomes clear. Let cool and pour over berries in crust. Let cool completely before cutting.

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Well, you could always use pudding or softened ice cream, or no-bake cheesecake. You could make a strawberry pie (or use another fruit):

Wash and dry enough berries to fill the crust. Heat 1/2c of sugar in 1/2 c of water until dissolved. Crush one cup of berries and add to the sugar water. Mix 1 and 1/2 T cornstarch with 2 T water until smooth, then add to the sugar water mix and heat. Cook, stirring constantly, until it becomes clear. Let cool and pour over berries in crust. Let cool completely before cutting.

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