Blueberry Pie is something I remember my grandmother and mother making, and it is most definitely a family favorite (my sister’s very favorite pie, in fact). It is so super simple it’s surprising to hear friends have never tried making one!
I first shared this Blueberry Pie recipe last summer in my Must-Haves for a Summer Picnic post. It is so divine, it deserves its very own dedicated post.
You can certainly make your own crust from scratch – my grandmother always did, but to save a few steps I let Pillsbury make the crust.
Enjoy! And please – do come back and comment if you make it and let me know what you think!
Blueberry Pie Recipe
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When strawberries are in season, my children and I head to a local U-pick farm for some strawberry-pickin’ fun. We always overpick and wind up with 7+ pounds of fresh berries, and I’m left wondering what the heck to do with all of them!
Along with my Strawberry Bread recipe, I’ve rounded up 19 more strawberry recipes to tackle one by one – maybe you’d like to try them too!
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The first time I had Asian Coleslaw was at a pitch-in; although I can’t recall where or when or who made this fantastic side dish. Its many flavors and textures come together for a sweet-tangy slaw with lots of crunch from crisp cabbage, toasted almonds and Ramen noodles.
I recently made this Asian Coleslaw recipe at a pitch-in, and doubled it (adapted from Food.com) to serve plenty and have some leftovers. I even like it as a healthy vegetarian lunch just by itself, or you could add leftover chicken or beef!
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