Pie Crust Shield 9.5 in. - 10 in. by Mrs. Anderson's Baking
Mrs. Anderson's Baking Pie Crust Shield 9 1/2" - 10"
Mrs. Anderson's Baking's Pie Crust Shield is a super pie crust saver for homemade and frozen pies. Mrs. Anderson's Baking's Pie Crust Shield enables you to bake a beutiful golden pie crust every time. The magic is in the ring. Mrs. Anderson's Baking's Pie Crust Shield is the original one-piece pie crust shield, designed by Mrs. Anderson and made in the U.S.A.
With Mrs. Anderson's famous Pie Crust Shield the pie rises in the middle and the crust comes out golden brown. Mrs. Anderson's Baking's Pie Crust Shield is more convenient and easier to use than foil. Mrs. Anderson's Baking's Pie Crust Shield is also reusable and dishwasher safe. Mrs. Anderson's Baking's Pie Crust Shield has one of the best word-of-mouth reputations in the business! Mrs. Anderson's Baking's Pie Crust Shield is excellent for homemade and frozen pies and available in 9.5” and 10” sizes.
Added Advantage: Mrs. Anderson's Baking's Pie Crust Shield makes a great gift for the baker who has everything!
So simple to use. Just slip the crust shield over your pie before baking and leave on for the entire cooking time. Easy to clean, dishwasher safe.
About Mrs. Anderson's Baking
Mrs. Georgette Anderson is inventor of the famous Mrs. Anderson's Baking products.
747 Vassar Avenue
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best product to keep edges from burning
I love this product. It keeps the edges of my pie crusts golden and not dark. Helps to make a beautiful looking pie.
This sure beats my old fashion tinfoil trick...no more overcooked crust