Cherry yourself up with this no-bake cherry cream pie. This pie is very simple, but packs a punch with the best backyard BBQ flavors around.
1 Food Club® graham cracker pie crust
1 can Food Club® sweetened condensed milk
1/3 cup lemon juice
1 cup Food Club® whipped topping
1 tsp. vanilla extract
1/2 tsp. almond extract
Large can of cherry pie filling
Mix sweetened condensed milk, lemon juice and whipped topping in a large bowl until smooth. Add vanilla and almond extract. Pour mixture into pie crust and smooth. Top with cherry pie filling. Chill for 2-4 hours and serve cold. Enjoy!
Who doesn’t love a good hack? Spice up your typical pie crust by using these beginner methods… easy as pie!
Create a textured pie crust without making an extra trip to the store. This fork patterned crust makes this hack jump to the top of the list. Alternate pressing the back of the fork to the crust until the whole surface is covered with markings. Once satisfied with your pattern, attach the crust to the top of your pie and watch your artistic skills come to life.
The ribbon method takes a short amount of time, minimal effort, with maximum results. Simply cut the crust into long slices as you would for a traditional lattice pie. Take the slices and start placing the crust in a folding back motion, to create the looks of a ribbon. Your pie will be the best present of the day.
Use any circular cutout you have around to create this peek-a-boo pie crust. To show off your delicious pie contents, make dot cutouts, one size of differing, in whatever pattern you desire. Make sure to leave room around the edges for enough crust to attach to the pie. Then, simply place pie crust onto pie and watch the magic happen. Save your leftover dots for another hack below.
Tackle another pie crust with the pieces remaining from the peek-a-boo hack. Use the dot cutouts to create a quirky crust of polka-dot heaven. Take the dots, and place atop your pie to create this unique look. Trusty, crusty, delicious dotted pie.
Don’t settle for a boring pie crust. Pour your favorite pie into a brand new suit (a.k.a. different crust) to impress your holiday guests!
Graham Cracker crust:
To add a crumbly crunch to your favorite pie, simply mix crushed graham crackers with butter and spread evenly into a pie dish. Fill with fruits, crumbles, or even pumpkin for a twist on classic pies.
Feeling chocolate-y? This pie crust has got you covered! Mix crushed Oreos with butter and spread evenly into a pie dish. If you’re feeling adventurous, try a cream filling for a one-way ticket to Chocolate Town, USA.
Cinnamon Roll Crust:
Is there anything better than cinnamon rolls and pie? To achieve this, place raw cinnamon rolls in a circle and roll to 1/4-inch thickness. Lay rolled cinnamon rolls into pie dish and trim the excess. Add any type of filling you like- there is truly no wrong choice.
After being adventurous and changing up your pie crust, don’t forget about the classic flaky and buttery pie crust.
No matter how you slice it, Pi Day is the perfect excuse to have a delicious slice of pie tonight (as if you really needed an excuse). Why not pick up a Beehive Pastry Co. or Red Button Vintage Creamery Premium Pie for dessert? It could even be your reward for helping out with your kid’s math homework (because we all know that deserves a massive prize).
To help sweeten your Pi Day celebrations we’re offering two great Pi Day deals on our favorite pies. Stop by the bakery for sweet bakery fresh fruit pies for only $5 each!
No matter which one you choose, we know the whole family will love it. Each pie is made right here in Utah with the freshest ingredients and only sold at our stores.