I make this family favorite every year for a gathering at my sister's, where the recipe is known as "Uncle Mike's pie." I use only fresh berries, apples and rhubarb that I grow myself. —Michael Powers, New Baltimore, Virginia
Since I don't care for traditional pie crust, I usually only eat the pie filling. That changed when I discovered this recipe. Boasting a luscious cheesecake flavor, this pretty pie gets creative with phyllo dough. —Deanne Causey, Midland, Texas
After taking one bite of this appealing pie, friends always ask for the recipe. It's especially good served warm. You can substitute peaches for the berries with equally fantastic results.
#151;Roger Meyers of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania
Whenever I ask my family which pie they'd like me to make, everyone gives the same answer - Blueberry Cream Pie! This refreshing dessert has an enticing cream layer topped with lots of plump blueberries.
Kim Erickson, Sturgis, Michigan
Berries and hazelnuts are plentiful in our Pacific Northwest-so ingredients for this treat are often at my fingertips. I like to freeze a couple of pies to enjoy in winter. —Katherine Barrett, Bellevue, WA
"I always make two of these pies at a time because my husband and five children devour them in a hurry! We can hardly wait until blueberries are in season to enjoy this fast, easy dessert."
Denise Heatwole, Waynesboro, Georgia
Here’s a very simple recipe for a mouthwatering, fresh pie that features two kinds of berries and is simply delicious! The brown-sugar crumb topping adds buttery old-time crunchiness and flavor to this summery dessert classic. Thanks to Linda Palmer in Greenville, Ohio for the recipe.
My mother made this pie so often she could do it with her eyes closed! We picked the berries ourselves, and the apples came from the trees in our orchard. I can still taste the delicious combination of fruits encased in Mother's flaky pie crust.