Make a decent pie an extraordinary one! Simply attempt any of these snappy tips utilizing kitchen utensils for changing your pie outside layers into an announcement making work of culinary art. Goodness, the pie-ssibilities!
1. Falling Leaves
You’ll go gaga for this structure! Lay mixture on a Pastry Mat and cut out around 24 leaves with the leaf Creative Cutter. You can utilize the discharging end of the Cake Tester and Releaser to make the plan detail on the leaves. Press your hull into a pie container and line the edge with the patterns, appending with egg wash or a touch of water. Brush with egg wash before preparing to upgrade the leaf detail.
Tip: Place a Sheet Pan under the pie while preparing to abstain from breaking any leaves when you remove it from the stove.
2. Pretty Polka Dots
Take your pie to the following degree of charming! Lay mixture on a Pastry Mat and punch out around 40 hovers with The Corer™, leaving 1–1½” around the edge flawless.
Organize over a filled pie, crease under abundance outside and squeeze shut. Brush with egg wash or a touch of water along the edge at that point append the circle patterns, marginally covering every one.
3. Simply Scalloped
Who knew making such a rich look was so basic? Mastermind your outside layer into a pie container and trim off abundance, and after that utilization the Ice Cream Scoop to press a scalloped structure around the edge. Brush with an egg wash to upgrade the detail before heating. Straightforward, simple, delightful!
4. Whimsical Pinwheels
Make a pinwheel configuration by laying batter on a Pastry Mat and pushing down with the Mix ‘N Chop. Make the same number of or as couple of pinwheels as you need! Organize over a filled pie, overlap under overabundance covering and squeeze shut.