| Pie crust|
Monroe Boston Strause
| Usually graham crackers, sugar, butter or vegetable oil|
Chocolate graham cracker crust
Popular in the United States
Graham cracker, Cracker, Key lime pie, Filling, Dessert bar
Graham cracker crust is a style of pie crust made from crushed graham crackers. Graham crackers are a sweet American cracker made from unbleached, whole wheat graham flour. The crust is usually flavored and stiffened with butter or vegetable oil and sometimes sugar. Graham cracker crust is a very common type of crust for cheesecakes and cream pies in America.
Variations use crushed cookies or Nilla wafers as substitutes for the graham crackers.
Graham cracker crust Wikipedia
The invention of the graham cracker crust is credited to Monroe Boston Strause, who was known as the Pie King and also invented the chiffon pie.