3 Steps to Making the Best No-Bake Pie of Your Life

It's easy as pie!

IMAGE Patrick Martires

Keep it simple! Desserts do not have to be complicated. Here are a few tips on perfecting the art of the no-bake pie.

 

1  Use a mix of spices in your crust.

Cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice, cardamom, and ginger can be mixed into your cookie crust, whether you are using graham crackers, digestive crackers, vanilla wafers, or Speculoos cookies. Make your dessert stand out!

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2  Fold, fold, fold.

Make sure that your no-bake pie filling is as smooth and silky as possible by gently folding in one ingredient after the other. This way, there will be less bubbles in your filling!

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3  Slice with a warm knife.

More often than not, your pie filling will be cream-based and difficult to slice. The secret to neat slices? A warm knife! Dip your knife into a cup of hot water and wipe with a towel. Then, proceed to cut your pie into picture-perfect slices.

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