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Gluten Free Pantry Pie Crust Mix

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Has anyone tried it? I was hoping to use it for an apple pie, but I'm a little nervous that it's not good, since there will be gluten-eaters on Thanksgiving. Maybe I should make my own - I saw some recipes here. Any thoughts?

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I've used it many times--it's very good. I've fed it to gluten eaters who liked it, too.

Make sure you roll it between plastic wrap, or it will stick to the counter ;)


Patti

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I've used it many times--it's very good. I've fed it to gluten eaters who liked it, too.

Make sure you roll it between plastic wrap, or it will stick to the counter ;)

Patti, you should be Gluten Free Pantry's Pie Crust spokesperson :lol:

caragj, I haven't used the Pie Crust from gluten-free Pantry but Patti always talks so highly about it I want to try it out myself sometime!

I have tried some of gluten-free Pantry's other mixes (Quick Mix, Brownies) and they have all come out great, like the real thing.

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Patti, you should be Gluten Free Pantry's Pie Crust spokesperson :lol:

Julie--I know! :lol:

Sometimes, I think I should post a disclamer saying that I have no financial intrest in that company--I'm always suggesting one of their products or another. B)


Patti

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Patti, you should be Gluten Free Pantry's Pie Crust spokesperson :lol:

:lol:

I was thinking the same thing. Every time I'm in the gluten-free section of my local store and I see the GFP stuff I think, "hmmm Patti really likes this stuff...maybe I should try it..." :lol:


"Let food be thy medicine, and let thy medicine be food." - Hippocrates

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:lol:

I was thinking the same thing. Every time I'm in the gluten-free section of my local store and I see the GFP stuff I think, "hmmm Patti really likes this stuff...maybe I should try it..." :lol:

:lol::lol::lol:


Patti

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I highly recommend it as well. My non gluten peeps who eat it say they cannot tell the difference. Some even like it better than wheat!

My problem with the dough was it was impossible to roll out....so I dvided it into balls - each ball the size to match the pie pan. Mushed the ball into the center of the pan and with my clean hands/fingers mushed the dough to the sides and top of the pie pan. Looks like heck! But once batter is in and it's baked no one can tell.


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