Tis the season for pie making!
For many people, making the crust is the most stressful part of the process.
So here is a little cheat sheet. Experts weigh in on the best store-bought pie dough.
One expert likes Trader Joe's brand. They said the dough stays pliable and has enough left over to add decorative touches.
Another likes Wholly Wholesome Traditional Organic Pie Shells. They like that it is not soggy and does not crack during baking.
Let's not forget the good ole Pillsbury pie crust for the win! One expert said many high-production bakers use Pillsbury.
The key for any store-bought pie crust is to take it out of the fridge 10 to 20 minutes before rolling to prevent cracks and tears.
What is your go-to pie crust? Do you admit to people it's store-bought or play it off as your own?