Try Making This Delicious Blueberry Pie This Summer!
I freeze fresh picked blueberries on a cookie sheet. After they freeze solid, I dump them into gallon sized freezer bags to take berries from throughout the rest of the season to add to my morning cereal regime. I keep a little pint size container in the frig with about a week's worth of berries.
The second thing I do with the frozen blueberries - mainly for winter is an easy 'creeping crust cobbler' topped with ice cream or Cool Whip. So easy, so good!
My husband's favorite pie is blueberry and I found this recipe to make for his birthday. He says it was the best he's ever had@ Lots of blueberry pie recipes end up with runny filling. This was so good! I made it with 2 crusts, just didnt prebake it, and put the filling in as normal, baked at 350 for around 30 min.
An old old favorite recipe is the Blueberry Buckle in the original Betty Crocker Cookbook.
It is a streusel topped coffee cake still unsurpassed! Eat it warm.....amazing, simple and never disappointing.
I add 2 cups gooseberries to 2 cups blueberries and make a blue goose pie. Delicious! (Mine uses two crusts. I have a great recipe for crust that makes 5-6 crusts at a time. You can store the unused ones in the refrigerator for up to a month. The recipe is in my cookbook, "Family Favorites from the Heartland."
Wanna make it even better?
Mix cream cheese with a little milk and spread over cooled crust.
Then add the blueberry mixture.
Keeps the crust from getting soggy and tastes great...!
The only blueberry pie recipe I use has a double crust, and it's wonderful.
However, this one does look good. Will try it when I can find blueberries on sale.
A friend gave me this recipe years ago and it is the ONLY way I will EVER make blueberry pie. SOOOOOO Good, because you don't "COOK" all the berries. Please do try it!!