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Worlds Easiest Pie Crust

What you need: 

1 1/2 cups flour (see note below)
1/2 teaspoon salt
2 tablespoons sugar
1/2 cup oil
2 tablespoons nondairy milk (I use soy)

What you do: 

1. Mix dry ingredients. Add liquids and mix with a fork.
2. Pat into 9" pan with fingers.
3. If pre-baked crust is needed, bake at 425 degrees F, 10-12 minutes.
Note: You can use white flour or whole wheat pastry flour, or any combination thereof. Supermarket whole wheat flours such as Gold Medal also work pretty well. I don't recommend using stone ground vegan bread type whole wheat flour.'

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What a great recipe! I wish it were a bit healthier (less oil) but it was super easy and tasted great.

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This was darn easy and quick! ;)b  I used coconut milk instead of Soy or rice 'cause that's what I had!Had to use alot of flour because as another reviewer mentioned it was definitely sticky and I'm not great at baking yet...Thanks for sharing.

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thank you so much for this recipe. I made it for a pumpkin pie and it turned out perfectly. Love it!

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Great recipe. I added some vanilla extract and raspberries to the mix.

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seriously the best pie crust ever! THANKS ALOT!

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I was kind of annoyed at first, but it was my fault for not reading everyone else's posts.  It looked kind of oily, but I still tried to roll the dough out on the counter and then put it all in the pan...not a good idea, it stuck to the counter and tore all to pieces.  So then I did like everyone else and patted it into the pan, IT WAS A GREAT PIE CRUST!!!
thanks so much~ the best pie crust yet!!

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Super easy and tastes good! I mixed the dough right in the pie dish and pressed the mixture up the sides. I made a single-crust apple pie. I baked the pie for 10 minutes at 425 F and then for another 30 minutes at 325 F. Turned out great! This would work well for a vegan quiche or a pumpkin pie. For fruit pies and double-crust pies, I still prefer the flakiness and taste of pie dough made with cold Earth Balance.

Thanks for posting!

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