Total Time: 1 hour 45 minutes Yield: 1 pie
Level: Easy Cuisine: American
Simmer 3 cupsblueberrieswith 1/2 cupmaple syrupuntil the mixture reduces by half, about 20 minutes. Pour into a bowl; stir in 4 cups blueberries, 1/2 cup maple syrup, 3 tablespoonsquick-cooking tapioca, 1 tablespoon,lemon juice, 1/4 teaspoonnutmegand 1/4 More »
There is nothing to beat a fresh blueberry pie. It doesn't need much: sugar, a bit of
cornstarch to thicken all the nice juices and cinnamon. It's perfect with fresh ...
A simple pie like this easy fresh blueberry pie is often a forgotten dessert but one
that will bring raves.
Just remove twigs and leaves and refrigerate until ready to rinse, pat dry, and
serve -- or add to your blueberry pie recipe. Recipe adapted from "Martha
Fresh, local blueberries
are always good to use, but this pie
(like most baked goods) is just as delicious with frozen berries. Feel free to use cornstarch or flour if you prefer but know that the filling may be cloudy or a bit gummy when compared to a tapioca-thickene... More »
This blueberry pie is probably the best I have ever tasted. I hope you will enjoy it,
too! I do not use the refrigerated pie crust when making this pie, I use recipe ...
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2 rolled-out rounds Basic Pie Dough; 4 cups blueberries; 1 Tbs. fresh lemon juice
, .... I've tried many blueberry pie recipes and this was the easiest to make and ...
This delicious blueberry pie won first place in the New York State Fair Pie