This crust works for most pies where you want a more traditional crust that is not sweet.
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Recipe Directions

1. Put all ingredients in a food processor and blend well.

2. Press into pie plate.

3. Fill with your favorite ice cream/pudding/pie filling, and freeze (or just refrigerate if you used a stiff enough filling).

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By angie207

This crust works for most pies where you want a more traditional crust that is not sweet.

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I do not have macadamias, are there other nuts or seeds I can use??

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Brazil nuts will give it the same buttery texture/taste; I usually use macadamias because the flavor is milder, but I have recently started using Brazil nuts for some of the things I would normally use macadamias for. Let me know how you like it! I have also done the crust with 1/2 cup each of almonds, cashews & macadamias (substitute Brazil nuts).

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Brazil nuts will give it the same buttery texture/taste; I usually use macadamias because the flavor is milder, but I have recently started using Brazil nuts for some of the things I would normally use macadamias for. Let me know how you like it! I have also done the crust with 1/2 cup each of almonds, cashews & macadamias (substitute Brazil nuts).

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I do not have macadamias, are there other nuts or seeds I can use??

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