Create A Dramatic Effect
Pie crusts are a decorative feast for the eyes no matter what occasion.
It’s that time of year again to dust off those baking supplies you haven’t seen since last fall.
Time To Get Baking
Leaf pie crust with leaf pastry cutters by Share Alike Cooking. Included with the leaf tutorial is a nice pumpkin pie recipe.
A beautiful lattice and rose from Cocoe and Baunilha is too pretty to eat (almost). Turn your translator on to see the instructions for this great work.
Impressive turkey pie crust from Kudos Kitchen By Renee using simple supplies.
Peach tree pie crust from Elephant Journal. This hand cut pie crust will be the masterpiece of the dessert table at your next holiday event.
Stacks and stacks of leaves from Crumb Kitchen made with leaf cutter stamps.
Beautiful braids and lattice work from Style Sweet CA.
Cutouts from a pie top cutter by Kitchen Has Soul. Just press into the pie dough and your done.
Lattice work, leaves, braids, and flower dough cutouts is a collaboration of beauty. They make this salted caramel pear pie by The Judy Lab even more irresistible.
Square pie with hand cut designs by Karin at Our Delicious Food.
The Kitchen McCabe presents a very impressive leaf and vine triple berry pie.
A brightly colored crust by Kudos Kitchen By Renee has the fall colors jumping off the dish.
Crisscrossed braids with leaf cutouts from King Arthur Flour Company Blog.
The Kitchen McCabe has done it again with this rose cover strawberry rhubarb pie creation.
Loads and loads of flower pedals from Food Pornographer.
Hand cut paisley design by Karin at Our Delicious Food.
Handmade by Charlotte demonstrates that a couple of daisy cutters and some food coloring can turn and ordinary pie in to an extraordinary pie.
Beautiful butterfly and flower cutouts by The Daley Plate.
Williams Sonoma created this festive Autumn leaf piecrust cutter.
Hand cut pastry with leaf cutouts makes this apple pie the hit of the season from Country Living Magazine on Instagram.
No matter if your crust is hand cut, professionally made, or using a crust cutter your holidays will shine. Step out of your comfort zone and give one of these a try for your next holiday meal.
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