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How to Make the Very Best Pie Crust

Okay, so by now you most likely have read one of my past posts on Craftsy. I have to say, as I continue to take their classes and share them with you, I am more and more impressed.  I didn’t expect to find such an extraordinary resource. But it is really an invaluable wealth of information and I am learning so much along the way!

Click here to see the class I took with Craftsy and enter to win a class for yourself!

I really cannot wait to tell you about the latest class I took, Perfecting the Pie Crust. I LOVE pie, but I have to admit the very best part of the pie to the crust.  I need a really good crust to have a really good piece of pie. I sounds so simple. And really, why would you need to take a whole class on making a pie crust?! But I have to tell you after taking the class and making the crust myself, I am not exaggerating when I say in all of it's flakiness and rich flavor, it was the best pie crust I have ever had. Oh my word!

How to Make the Very Best Pie Crust

So my favorite thing I learned from this class is just really how simple and quick it is to make an amazing pie crust. The instructor was so easy to understand and just walked step-by-step through the making of the crust - ingredients, tools and what she calls a 1-2-3 ratio that will help you remember the ingredient ratios from now on! The icing on the cake for me, or the filling in the pie, :) is the extra class section at the end called The Ultimate Apple Pie. I was so enticed by her amazing pie that I immediately made the crust and the pie. It was SO quick and simple and it was delicious!! Two pieces later my husband was complaining that maybe he had eaten too much! Ha!

Just take a look at how well my husband liked the pie I made (this was almost the end of piece #2).

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Craftsy’s, Perfecting the Pie Crust is really a fantastic class! I feel so much more confident in my pie making skills and I can't wait to share The Ultimate Apple Pie with friends and family. Here is the recipe for the pie crust (although the technique learned in the class is what really puts the finesse on the crust!).

Like I have said over and over again, one of the best things about taking the class online, besides the valuable information, was the ability to start the class and pause the class whenever I needed to. When the kids were in bed, or when I had a few minutes during the day to spare, I would sit down and watch a bit of the course in the comfort of my own home. It was so convenient! Craftsy is the perfect solution for us busy moms who want to learn, but don’t have time to leave the house and attend a class.

Here is a little more info about Craftsy:

Craftsy offers online crafting classes, taught by world renowned instructors who love the craft as much as you do. Craftsy classes are online, so they are available to you anytime you want for as long as you want, there are no scheduled class times, so you can enjoy them entirely on your own schedule. Each class is taught by an acclaimed instructor and consists of several hours of HD-quality video content… but Craftsy classes are much more than just a video!

While taking a Craftsy class, you can:

Ask your instructor questions, upload photos, and get personalized responses

Participate in discussions with your classmates

Access supporting class materials – including recipes and helpful tips & tricks

Bookmark your favorite moments in the video so that you can easily re-watch them and take notes that you can refer back to anytime

The great thing about Craftsy is that there is a class for everyone! You can learn knitting, photography, cake decorating, sewing, cooking and more!

Today we are giving away Perfecting the Pie Crust class away to one of you!!!

If you are ready to check out Craftsy ---->> enter to win your very own Perfecting the Pie Crust class by clicking here.


Ruth Schwenk

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Craftsy. The opinions and text are all mine.

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