Sugar Cookie Crust

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  • A simple and sweet Sugar Cookie Crust – the perfect base to pies, cheesecakes, fruit pizzas and dessert bars.

    sugar cookie crust recipe

    I personally don’t love standard pie crust so I mix up a little something different for my desserts like this Sugar Cookie Crust, a No Bake Shortbread Crust, Pretzel Crust or graham cracker crust to fill. Whatever you’re making, make it memorable with a pie crust that everyone will be raving about.

    Adapting my Better than the Bakery Sugar Cookie recipe, I created this simple and sweet Sugar Cookie Crust that I know you’re going to love!

    sugar cookie pie crust

    Delightfully thick, pillowy soft and slightly chewy, it makes a great base for any sweet topping. I frequently use this Sugar Cookie Crust to make Fruit Pizza, which is always a summer favorite.

    You can make Sugar Cookie Pie Crust in a pie dish, tart pan {my favorite}, cake pan or in a springform pan for cheesecake.

    Sugar Cookie Pie Crust is easy to make, takes just 12 minutes to bake and looks as pretty as it tastes!

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    How to Make Sugar Cookie Pie Crust:

    sugar cookie crust

    Combine sugar cookie dough ingredients.

    Press into a greased dish.

    Bake 12 minutes.

    Soon I’m going to try it with my Lemon Meringue Pie – don’t you think that would be a delightful combination?

    how to make sugar cookie crust

    The Best Sugar Cookie Crust Recipe:

    Sugar Cookie Crust

    A simple and sweet Sugar Cookie Crust - the perfect base to pies, cheesecakes, fruit pizzas and dessert bars.
    Course Dessert
    Cuisine American
    Keyword bars, cheesecake, easy dessert, easy recipe, fruit pizza, pie crust, tarte
    Prep Time 5 minutes
    Cook Time 12 minutes
    Total Time 17 minutes
    Servings 10
    Author Julie Blanner

    Ingredients

    Instructions

    1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
    2. In a large mixing bowl, cream butter and sugar. Add eggs and vanilla until just combined.
    3. Gradually add flour, baking powder and salt.
    4. Press into a greased dish and bake 10-12 minutes.

    Recipe Notes

    You can use any cake, pie, tart or pizza dish, just press to 1/4-1/3" thick and use remaining dough for cookies.


    I’d love to hear what you fill it with – I’m always looking for a little inspiration myself! Don’t forget to use my 5 star rating to let others know what you think of this recipe.

    entertaining expert and lifestyle blogger Julie Blanner

     

     

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