Line bottom of a 9-in. pie plate with half the pastry for a double-crust pie and add filling. Roll remaining dough into an 11-in. circle. Cut 1-in.-wide strips using a knife or pizza cutter. Lay half the strips across the pie, about 1 in. apart.
Fold back every other strip about halfway. Lay a strip of dough across center of pie at a right angle to the other strips. Unfold strips over the center strip.
Fold back the alternate strips; place second cross strip in place. Continue to add strips until pie is covered with lattice.
Trim all but 1 in. of overlapping dough; fold edges under bottom crust. Pinch dough around edge of pie to form a decorative edge.
Lattice Pie Recipes
The red and blue fruit colors showing through the lattice crust of this Cherry-Berry Pie make a great patriotic presentation for any 4th of July celebration.
—Cathi Henke, Wauwatosa, Wisconsin
Cranberry-Cherry Lattice Pie
My mom used to make this Cranberry-Cherry Lattice Pie for the holidays when I was a girl. But at $.81 per serving, you can afford to make this delicious pie all year long.
—J. Tomasi, Toledo, Ohio
Lattice-Topped Turkey Casserole
My friends tell me this is the best potpie ever. Hearty and full-flavored, this meal-in-one Lattice-Topped Turkey Casserole never lets on that it's low fat and full of fiber.
—Agnes Ward, Stratford, Ontario
Lattice-Topped Apple Pie
You can't beat my mom's yummy Lattice-Topped Apple Pie
. Pretty as a picture, the golden crust is flaky and the filling has just the right amount of spices.
—Anne Halfhill, Worthington, Ohio
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