What To Do With Pie Crusts?

Thanksgiving is never complete without pie. And when making pie, it is unavoidable to have scraps, so what to do with the pie crusts? They indeed say you cannot have too much of a good thing. That is why there are leftovers.


Tasty tiny bites of pie crust, each stuffed with whatever fruit filling you desire, such as apple, blueberry, and cherry. Pie bites make an amazing ice cream topping. It is a classic holiday candy that is perfectly sized for everybody to enjoy.



Homemade pop tarts are easy to make. They are also called pie crust pastry or shortcrust pastry. You can choose whatever filling you desire may it be jam or jelly. They are incredibly flaky and tender. It has this delicious buttery flavor depending on the oil used that will have you hooked for weeks.



Empanadas are also known as hand pies. They can be made with various delicious fillings since they are multipurpose. Likewise, you can be creative with the empanada fillings.



Apple pie dumplings are made by adding pie dough and Apple pie filling to a baking dish and cooking it until lightly browned and tender. Afterward, serve the dumplings warm and add a drizzle of heavy cream or a large scoop of vanilla ice cream if you want.


Please place the pie crust in the freezer to last up to six months in sealed plastic or airtight container. It is because pie dough freezes well. In addition to that, this will make it easier to make some pie since there is extra dough.

What To Do With Pie Crusts?