Easy Blueberry Pie

Hello Everyone, Happy Tuesday to you!

I have been making blueberry pies recently as if they are going out-of-style. Of course, it would make sense to serve a piece of blueberry pie on something blue:

Ingredients:

2 9-inch pie shells

3 1/2-4 cups blueberries, fresh or frozen

1/2 cup flour

1/3 cup sugar (I did half brown sugar, and half regular sugar)

1 tablespoon milk

1/4 cup sugar

1. Mix blueberries with flour and 1/3 cup of sugar.

2. Pour mixture into pie dish lined with one 9″ pie shell.

3. Cover the pie dish with the other pie shell. Seal and crimp.

4. Brush the top of pie shell with milk.

5. Sprinkle 1/4 cup sugar (I actually only used about half of the amount).

6. Bake in oven at 425 F for 15 minutes.

7. Reduce heat to 350 F, and bake for another 20-25 minutes. I cover the pie edge with metal pie strips to prevent the edge from being burnt.

8. Bake for another 5-10 minutes at 375 F to lightly brown the top of the pie crust.

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For a fancier Blueberry Recipe, hop on over to Kelli’s.

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Ellen has sweetly awarded me:

Ellen has become one of my dearest bloggy friends. She has definitely lived up to her motto on her blog — to honor and encourage. Through her daily posts, it is evident that she honors God and those she loves, and has definitely encouraged me to do the same! Thanks, Ellen – for being a sweet blessing to me and many others!

11 thoughts on “Easy Blueberry Pie

  1. Oh that blueberry pie looks divine on those gorgeous dishes. Are they Russian? Thank you for the sweet things you said about me. Blessings…

  2. What a beautiful award from your dear blog friend. Her blog sounds lovely. I am curious to meet her! The blueberry pie looks amazing and is served with the perfect complementary china -your photo looks like it belongs in Victoria magazine! I can’t wait for summer now. There are blueberry and raspberry farms in the mountains near our home – pick and pay – 1kg of fresh farm berries is the same price as a 200g punnet at the supermarket!

  3. I love blueberries and had to make a copy of this pie recipe, thank you.
    Your Russian China is beautiful. I sold them in the shop and only have 1 teapot online left, but a lady that bought them from me bought all different patterns. She set her table with the different patterns, vintage lace and pink roses. Beautiful….
    Thanks again,
    Bonnie

  4. That pie looks SO delicious!! Our wild blueberries are at the market now — so I’m thinking I may just have to make one of these! Than you for the recipe!

  5. Thanks for visiting me often. The name of the groundcover you requested is “Giant Blizzard” syn. “Nova Snow”, in the Bacopa family. It’s an improved form (larger flowers and leaves) of the Bacopa “Blizzard”, hope you’ll be able to find it. It’s been an easy plant which requires very little care. Can be planted in hanging baskets, window boxes and as a pedestal plant too.

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