3 Pie Crust Decorating Ideas
Use a stencil on your Pie
Get the message across with a stencil on your pie. This “Give Thanks and Eat Pie” does just that with powdered sugar. Perfect for extra sweetness too!
I love how simple yet impactful this one is. Ashley came up with the idea to apply a stencil to a pie…genius! This one is great for the Cricut or Silhouette machine. And it’s perfect for your Thanksgiving pie!
Give Thanks and Eat Pie Stencil
- Simply download this file and cut it out on your machine or cut it out by hand. I used a piece of scrapbook paper to create the stencil.
- Set onto the pie. Not too firmly, it might take a layer of the pie off.
- Sprinkle powdered sugar on top with a sifter.
- Gently take the stencil with hands on either side so you pull it all off at the same time.
Paint your pie crust with food coloring–The Matisse Pie
- Cover your pie with the dough to have a large surface to work with.
- Use a paintbrush to paint on your design with food coloring. We didn’t water down at all but used pure food coloring. We looked at images from Matisses’ paper cut-outs.
- Bake it in the oven for 10 minutes to brown the crust (you should have already baked the pie filling).
The polka dot pie crust decoration
Victoria came up with this fun and easy idea of decorating your pie crust.
- Roll out your dough and use the back end of an icing tip to punch holes into the dough like a cookie cutter.
- Apply the dots to the perimeter of the pie then coming into the center of the pie filling and bake for the last 15-20 minutes of the pie cooking time.
How will you be making your pies for the holidays? Tell me in the comments!