How to create a Pie Tin

Pie Tins have quite a few uses in Baking, all of which are pies, obviously! One of it's main uses and what most people make it for is Halas 10lb Meat Pies. Pie Tins are probably one of the easiest Cooking accessories to make. Also, as with the Filleting Knife once you make one you never have to make another since it is not consumed when used in Baking.

Also a unique thing about the Pie Tin is you can make it one of two ways, either with Pottery or Smithing. Smithing has a lower Trivial required in order to successfully make the Pie Tin (36 instead of 115), so I prefer Smithing when it comes to making this utensil.



Pie Tin (Trivial 36)

The hardest part of creating a Pie Tin is making the Ceramic Lining and Metal Bits. They both require some subcombines with vendor purchased materials.

1 Ceramic Lining

1 Metal Bits

1 Pie Tin Mold

1 Water Flask


To save you some time clicking around I have included a list of materials and how to make the Ceramic Lining and Metal Bits below. If you need more details than what are provided below I recommend that you follow the links for the items that are shown above.


Ceramic LiningUnfired Ceramic Lining (Trivial 36)

Once you have all the required ingredients combine them in a Pottey Wheel to receive your Unfired Ceramic Lining.

1 Ceramic Lining Sketch

1 Small Block of Clay

1 Water Flask


Ceramic LiningCeramic Lining (Trivial 17)

Unlike the previous combine that we did in the Pottery Wheel, you'll want to perform this combine inside of a Kiln.

Ceramic Lining1 Unfired Ceramic Lining

1 Quality Firing Sheet


Metal Bits (Trivial 18)

You'll want to purchase both of these items from a Smithing Supplies vendor and combine them in a Forge.

1 Water Flask

2 Small Piece of Ore