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Bake and Prepare at home!

We have a lot of great bake at home, or prepare at home items!  If you've misplaced your instructions, you're in the right place.  If you item isn't listed, please give us a call at the number below!

Our At-Home Instructions

Heating Pies at home - 

For Sweetie size and Family size, bake for 15 minutes at 350, or place individual slices on an ovenproof plate and air fry on the "reheat" setting for about 5 minutes.
For cutie pies, air fry as above, or heat for about 5 minutes at 350.

For Sweetie size and Family size, place frozen pie in oven and bake for about 45 minutes at 350.

Frozen Cutie pies can bake at 350 for 10 minutes.

Frozen Bake at Home Biscuits:
Remove plastic film and lid.  Bake frozen at 425* for 10 minutes, then reduce temperature to 350* and bake for another 20 minutes or until golden brown. 
Do not microwave pan. Bake fully before enjoying.
Serving Suggestions: Top with nooch, onion powder, or garlic powder before baking for a savory flavor, or drizzle with sugared strawberries for strawberry shortcake after baking.

Family Shell: 

For Unfilled Pie Crust (such as for a crème style pie): Let thaw at room temperature for 10 minutes. Preheat oven to 375°F.  Bake unfilled for 8-10 minutes.
For Filled Pie Crust: Bake as instructed in your filling recipe.

Cloverleaf Rolls (either flavor):
Allow to thaw and enjoy
For soft, warmed rolls,  microwave frozen roll for 10-20 seconds (depending on microwave power), allow to cool a few minutes and serve.

Breadsticks (either flavor):
Bake at 350 degrees
12 minutes for softer sticks
15 minutes for crisper sticks

Hotdog and Burger Buns:

Allow to thaw and use.
For soft, warmed rolls,  microwave frozen bun for 10-20 seconds (depending on microwave power), allow to cool a few minutes and serve.

Dry Mixes:
Brownies -
1 bag of brownie mix

2tbsp mild oil or melted butter of choice
3/4 cup milk of choice
1 tsp vanilla (optional)
Preheat oven to 350 degrees
Lightly grease an 8"x8" baking pan
In a mixing bowl, pour in brownie mix and add milk and oil on top.
Fold together all ingredients with whisk or spatula until just mixed; it should look a bit grainy. Do not overmix
Smooth into pan
Bake for 35-40 minutes
Allow to cool and rest for 1 hour before serving (very important!)

Biscuit Mix:
2 1/3 cups Mix
1/2 cup Shortening (or butter of choice)
1 cup plus 1 tbsp Milk of choice
1 tbsp apple cider vinegar (or white)
Preheat oven to 400*
Save 1tbsp mix. 
Measure mix into mixing bowl. 
If shortening is chilled or very solid, cube it up in 1” pieces.
Using either two knives or a pastry cutter, cut shortening into flour until mixed well, approximately pea sized in texture.
Dump milk into bowl and fold together until mixture looks fluffy and all dry flour is gone.  Do not overmix. 
Spread reserved mix onto work surface (clean countertop or wooden board).  Pat dough onto work surface to about 1” thick and about 8" diameter. 

For round biscuits, use a 2.5"-3” circle cutter (biscuit cutter, drinking glass, etc) to cut round biscuits,
Gently pat remaining dough back together and continue cutting biscuit rounds.
For square biscuits, work the dough into a square shape about 7.5"-8" and slice the dough into 2.5” squares like a tic-tac-toe board (use a cutting board if you will slice) or to desired final size. 
Arrange in pan, it’s ok for biscuits to touch, and bake for 25-30 minutes

Flap Jack Mix:

Flap Jacks - Makes 12 3.5" pancakes:
1 cup flapjack mix
1 - 1 1/4 cup milk of choice - whole milk equivalent is best
2 tbsp oil **
1 tsp vanilla (optional)
Whisk all ingredients together - batter will be thick
Heat a greased griddle to medium heat.
Drop about 1 tbsp batter per pancake
Cook about 1-1.5 minutes per side, or until bubbles stop coming up
Serve Warm


Waffles - yield depends on waffle iron:1 cup flapjack mix1 1/4 cup milk of choice*2 tbsp sugar
4 tbsp oil**
1 tsp vanilla (optional)

Preheat waffle iron
Whisk all ingredients together
Follow waffle iron instructions on quantity of batter and basic bake time
Spread batter across iron and allow to bake until no more steam escapes
Serve Warm

Notes for all mixes:

Our favorite is coconut milk.  You can used canned coconut milk for "whole" milk, or you can make a good "breakfast cereal" type of milk using 1:2 canned coconut milk to water ratio that works great with the brownies and Flap Jack mixes
You can use your favorite milk alternative, include nut milks if your allergies allow, oat, rice, etc.

For shortening, we like an ethically sourced, sustainable palm oil option, or a soy-free butter alternative.  

For oils, a light avocado oil is good in the brownies.


Third party testers tell us that our mixes work well with conventional milk and butter (dairy), but as we, the owners of Pie Jacked, are dairy-free, we cannot confirm from personal experience.

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