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Pie Crust Cookies

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Recreating Childhood Memories: Delicious Pie Crust Cookies Recipe!

If you haven't made pie crust cookies out of left over dough, you haven't experienced a delightful treat! My grandma always made extra dough when she made her pies. She'd take the excess, roll it out, lather it with butter and sprinkle it with a cinnamon and sugar mixture. The result was a cookie with a crunchy crust and flaky goodness.

These little bites of heaven are a perfect way to use up any leftover pie crust dough. And let's be honest, who doesn't love a good cookie?

Directions:

To make Pie Crust Cookies, all you need is some leftover pie crust dough, a little bit of sugar and cinnamon, and a cookie cutter or you can opt to cut your dough in strips as in the video.


Roll out the dough and cut out your desired shape. Then, sprinkle some sugar and cinnamon on top and bake in the oven for about 10-12 minutes.


  1. Combine cinnamon and sugar in a bowl and mix to combine.

  2. Take left over or freshly made dough and form into a ball.

  3. Roll out into a circle on a cookie sheet.

  4. Generously spread the butter over dough.

  5. Sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar mixture.

  6. Cut the circle into wedges.

  7. Bake at 375 degrees until golden brown.

Depending on how much dough you use, it can make several dozen cookies.

Variation:

You can add half brown sugar and half white and mix with the cinnamon.

 


Ingredients
  • Use your left over pie dough, or make a full batch for a ton of cookies.

  • cinnamon

  • sugar

  • butter, at room temperature

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Tags:

Pie Crust Cookies, Dessert, How to make pie crust cookies, Pie Crust Cookie Recipe

Categories:

Pie Making, Pastry

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