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Nothing hits the spot like a fresh slice of pie. Most pie recipes can be pretty heavy. While pie is delicious, it isn’t usually the best dish to make if you’re on a diet or looking to cut down on calories. But, if you’ve got a hankering for pie, then you might want to try our Greek yogurt piecrust recipe. Greek Yogurt can be used to partially replace the butter you need to make a traditional piecrust. Because of the yogurt’s acidity, the end result is an extra flakey and tender crust. Also, once the crust is made, the dough doesn’t require any chilling and can be rolled out easily. If you have a few friends or family members who love to bake, make sure to pass this recipe on to them via Facebook, Pinterest, and Twitter.
If you’re interested in trying our Greek yogurt pie crust recipe, then you’ll need the following ingredients: 2 ¼ cups of King Arthur Unbleached All-Purpose Flour, salt, Cabot Salted Butter, and Cabot Two Percent Greek Yogurt or Cabot Plain Greek Yogurt. The directions below provide everything you need to know when making the crust, but please remember that when you’re mixing the butter into the flour mixture, you’re going to have to press or squish the butter slices into smaller flakes. You should continue to press the butter until you don’t feel any cold, hard slices.
Making dessert at home can be a fun family activity. If you’re looking for another dessert recipe to try out—especially one that you could make with your children—then consider trying out our recipe for peach-mango frozen yogurt. Cabot is a cooperative of over 1,100 farm families. We produce a wide range of award winning dairy products, ranging from sour creams to cheddar cheeses. We hope you enjoy our recipe for Greek yogurt piecrust. We’d love to hear your thoughts about it. After making the recipe, please rate and review it.
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