A flattened pie crust on a rolling pin
Get Perfectly Flat Pie Crumb Crusts With This Foolproof Method
By Sarah Richter
Although crumb pie crusts are often made by mixing crumbs with melted butter and pressing the crumbs into a pie pan, the crumbs can end up lopsided.
In order to solve this issue, you can press the crumbs into an even layer with another similarly-sized pie pan, and apply pressure to evenly distribute and pack the crumbs.
The bottom is perfectly even, so there are no risks of miniature peaks and valleys, and the sides of the interior pie pan are sloped to ensure even dispersion.