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Frozen, unbaked pie

Help! We need a pie! :-)
I have a frozen unbaked pie that I want to eat for dessert.
What I've found is to cover the edges of the crust with foil, then bake a 425 for 15 min, then reduce to 375 for 45 min. Does this sound right?

asked by morganstunts about 2 years ago
4 answers 1155 views
Nasturtiums
added about 2 years ago

What kind of pie is it? 425 sounds too high to me. I would try 350 - 375 for the duration, but it really depends on the type of pie.

Lewis_fro
added about 2 years ago

It's a Peach Pie

Lewis_fro
added about 2 years ago

It's a Peach pie

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ATL
added about 2 years ago

I often start a fruit pie at 425 but only for 10 minutes. I'd then drop it to 350 and bake until the juices are thick and bubbly. Same for frozen as unfrozen. Keep an eye on it--length of baking is variable. Enjoy!