7- UP Pie Crust Dippers

Pat Duran Recipe

By Pat Duran kitchenchatter

amount depends on size of cutters
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Use your favorite pie crust recipe and use 7-UP in place of the liquid. It's that simple.
For a change of taste to the dipper use a different flavor of soda pop. Oh this is a great recipe for pies too! Imagine the possibilities!!!


1 1/2 c
all purpose flour-exact measure
1/2 Tbsp
1/2 c
crisco- regular or butter flavor-exact measure
5 Tbsp
ice cold 7-up or other soda pop

Directions Step-By-Step

Stir together flour and salt. Cut in shortening until the mixture resembles coarse crumbs. Do not over work pastry.
Add the ice cold soda pop gradually to the flour mixture, then blend together until moist.
Place pastry in plastic wrap, flatten slightly. Chill 30 minutes.
Remove from fridge and roll out like making pie crust on a flour dusted surface or between 2 pieces of waxed paper (i do it this way) to about 1/8 inch thickness. Using your favorite small cookie cutter or just cut into circles or strips 4 x 1 inch.
Place on parchment covered cookie sheet brush with melted butter and sprinkle with granulated sugar and bake for bout 5 minutes or until golden.
Cool completely before using so that they are crisp.
These work great for appetizers too!

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Crystal Haase CrystalHaase
Feb 7, 2014
Just made these and thought I'd post my observations.

1/2 Tbl salt was too much for my taste.
I baked at 350 F and it took closer to 15 min.
Bambi Pickard DatKoolBreeze
Sep 24, 2012
Pat I am gonna have to start buying soda pop for your recipes all I ever have is flavored water :) but it is carbonated so might try that too. I remember my Mom use to put 7up in her Bisquick pancake mix to make them extra fluffy.
I am making pie dough today so going to try one with one of my flavored waters :)
Pat Duran kitchenchatter
Sep 22, 2012
Bambie I hope you do try this recipe- and let me know how you like it-Hugs,Pat

Thanks for sharing Kit.