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Easy Schmeasy Pie Crust

Make this right in the plate – no rolling! (Yippee! Your dog could make this, but always remember wash your dog's paws, first -- A Very Helpful Cooking Tip!! lol!)

1 ½ cups All-Purpose Flour
2 tbsp. Sugar
Quick Dash of Salt
½ cup Vegetable Oil
2 tbsp. Milk

Step 1: Mix the Dry Ingredients directly in the Pie Plate. Draw a little circle in the middle with your finger. (I can't help myself -- I always add a smiley face in the middle!)

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Step 2: Pour the Oil and milk into a jar and put the lid on tightly. Give it a good shake. (This part keeps the Recipe Low in Cholesterol and much more 'Heart-Healthy' than using Lard or anything else to make the Pie Shell.)

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Pour this mixture into the circle and mix it gently with a fork until completely blended. (See, there's the smiley face! lol!)

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Step 3: Press the Pastry against the sides of the Pie Plate, first, then fill in the bottom.

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You can Bake this at 400 degrees F. for about 15 minutes if you need a baked shell, or just go ahead and fill it with any fresh or frozen berries and bake for about 45 minutes at 350 Degrees for a Filled Pie Shell..

A really easy way to make a nice Fruit Pie is to put the prepared fruit in a bowl and stir in a Half a Cup of Flour with a Half a Cup of Sugar (mixed together), and it’ll automatically make it’s own sauce.

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Blueberry Tart

Take about 2 Tablespoons of the Flour & Sugar Mixture, and shake it on the bottom of the pie shell. That'll prevent the Juices from being Runny.


I actually substituted my favorite new Barley Flour for the Regular Flour for this Pie Shell, to make it a little healthier. You can try that, too, to see if you like it. It was tasty, but I think I'll just use Regular Flour from now on...


Clean the Berries, then add in the Flour & Sugar Mixture.


Pour the Berries into the Pie Shell, and bake at 350 Degrees for about an hour. I always use an AirBake Cookie Sheet to prevent any Baking from burning. It'll catch any Fruit Juices that happen to bubble over, too, which will keep your Oven clean!

Since I use very little Sugar and No Topping on this Blueberry Tart (or any Tart...), it seems very reasonable to top the pie off with some nice Whip Cream!

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