Tender Shortening Pie Crust Recipe
Some of my favorite desserts and treats are homemade pies. What makes a great pie? A tender crust that melts in your mouth, but one that’s also strong enough to hold whatever delicious pie filling you put into it. That’s what this tender shortening pie crust does. I hope you try the recipe.
This recipe is perfect for this easy pumpkin pie recipe. You’ll get two pie crusts, enough to make not one, but two pumpkin pies. Eat one and give the other away. Freeze the second pie for later. Or eat them both.
If you don’t like this tender shortening pie crust recipe, try this version for a flaky pie crust made with butter.
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