Mixed Berry Pie
Total TimePrep: 30 min. + chilling Bake: 55 min. + cooling
I love this recipe so much! I use a different pie crust recipe because this one is just a touch too crumbly for me, but the filling recipe is great and I make it all the time.
This was the first time I made pie and it turned out great. My whole family LOVED it. p.s. I am just 10.
I cooked this pie for a few times and always it was very delicious. My grandchildren ask me about this pie every time they are going to visit. The only thing I changed was corn starch - I used 1/3 cup instead of 1/4. Thanks for the recipe and tips.
My daughter and I go peach picking every year since she was 3 and use this recipe to make pies and freeze them. Everyone in the family waits for their pie. We use the Whole foods homestyle pie crust shell which as basic ingredients and unroll the Immaculate organic pie crust for the top. We put a piece of parchment paper in a plain aluminum pie pan, fill it up 3/4 of the way with the leftover cooked mixture. Wrap with saran and fail and freeze for when my daughter craves it in the winter.
I had such high hopes. I followed the directions exactly, but the pie came out very liquidy and never set up.
This was my first ever berry pie and it was a hit! Glad I read the reviews prior to attempting. I added cornstarch as suggested and let it cool on the counter and then chill in the fridge prior to serving. I love the lemon and cinnamon in the filling. I did make the crust and it was flaky and buttery. Next time I will have to make two pies.
Could have save time and energy by just using canned pie filling after cooking the blueberries.
It has great flavor but I find it needs more corn starch
This pie was amazing! I made a few adjustments as well. I filled the corn starch like other's had mentioned, and I didn't have any blackberries, so I subbed an extra 1/4 cup each of strawberries, raspberries and blueberries. It was delicious!
I really loved this recipe. Although I did make a few tweaks according to others comments. I doubled my corn starch and I also added about a table spoon of sugar to my pie crust. It came out amazing. I waited until the next day for it to cool and it was all set not runny and very tasty.