Our Sweetened Almond Crust Shells will convert even the biggest pastry crust lover because of their delicate and slightly nutty flavour that compliments any sweet filling you can dream up.
Since ground almonds are the first ingredient, one pie shell contains a whopping 24 grams of protein per pie and is loaded with healthy plant-based fats and is rich in nutrients like magnesium, manganese and vitamin E. They are lightly sweetened with only 3 grams of cane sugar per serving and made from three simple, easy-to-pronounce ingredients.
Our Almond Pie Shells will completely change the way you feel about pie crust. We know what you're thinking; it can't be that good, right? But, honestly, they are so good you will never want to eat traditional pie pastry again.
Elevate your homemade dessert pies with our traditional Sweetened Almond Pie Shells. These lightly sweetened almond crusts are ideal for those following a Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free, Kosher or vegetarian diet.
Our lightly sweetened pie shells are perfect for any sweet filling such as cheesecake, lemon meringue, seasonal fruit (check out our must-try peach crumble pie recipe), coconut cream, and even ice cream pie.
INGREDIENTS: non-GMO ground almonds, egg whites, cane sugar
Each box includes:
- Two (2) 8" (20cm) Sweetened Almond Pie Shells
- Shells bought online are partially baked for shipping
- For Par-Baked Shells - Fill shell with your favourite filling and chill or, if you are re-baking, fill and cover edges with foil to not over-brown!
Gluten-Free l Dairy-Free l Peanut-Free l Corn-Free I Soy-Free l Yeast-Free l Kosher
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Our Pie Shells are now available in Multi-Packs. Save a bit of money and eat your pie too!
Looking for the perfect unsweetened pie crust to complement your savoury creations? Try our Unsweetened Almond Pie Shells. They're vegan too!
Oh my, I nearly cried. After more than 35 years on a strictly GF diet, I finally baked a truly delicious pie. It was pumpkin, and I ate the whole thing the day I made it. Not ashamed.
I love the unsweetened so tried the sweetened for a custard pie. The recipe came out horribly but the crust was still perfect and tasted great once we scooped out the failed custard and ate the crust like pizza. I like to over bake my crust so it was like a delicious almond cracker.
Super easy to make a gluten-free pie now since most fillings are gluten-free. Pie crusts on the otherhand are difficult to find a good premade pie crust or even make one yourself. The nuttiness taste and texture of these crusts put all other crusts to shame.