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Rustic Blueberry Pie

 

This sweet and juicy Rustic Blueberry pie gives a whole new meaning to “simple as pie”

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Twenty six years ago today I married my best friend. 

I love waking up next to you every morning. I love that you make me laugh every day. I love sharing everything with you. I love that you put up with me and all my flaws. I love that you are THE best Dad and provider for our family! I love that you NEVER let us down. I love that your family ALWAYS comes first. I love that you tell me I look fabulous when I feel fat. I love that you hug me when I cry. I love that you will go to the store when I don’t feel like going. I love that you will pick up pizza when I don’t feel like cooking. I love that you know me. I LOVE that you LOVE me. I love that it’s painfully obvious that our 2 kids are our 2 kids…… they have good and bad features/traits/habits from each of us. I hope we have managed to set an example for our girls as to what a happy, successful marriage is.  I love you honey!

I’d like to say I made this Blueberry Pie for our anniversary, but truth is, Steve isn’t a fan of pie.  But he is a fan of allowing me to do what makes me happy.  That’s why I’m able to blog, he knows it makes me happy to be in the kitchen, he knows how excited I get when I pull out my camera and all the stuff I need to get “just the right shot”!  And most of all, he knows how much I love to come here and share it all on TidyMom!

Today, bloggers all around the web are celebrating the first day of summer with Pie Party 2012!  And I think you know how much I LOVE PIE!

Food bloggers, Shauna AhernJustin SchwartzGarrett McCord and Ashley Baron Rodriguez, came up with Pie Party 2012, where bloggers could share their pie posts on an official Facebook page .  I’m submitting this super easy Rustic Blueberry Pie. There will be plethora of wonderful pie recipes you should go check out!

Rustic Blueberry Pie at TidyMom.net

If you are one who thinks pie is hard to make………..then you need to make a rustic pie!  So simple, and no need to worry about how it looks!

Rustic Blueberry Pie

Prep Time: 15 minutes

Cook Time: 30 minutes

Yield: 6 servings

Rustic Blueberry Pie

This sweet and juicy Rustic Blueberry pie gives a whole new meaning to "simple as pie"

Ingredients

    For the Crust:
  • 1-1/4 cups flour
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1 tablespoon sugar
  • 1/2 cup cold butter (1 stick)
  • 1/8-1/4 cup ice water
  • For Pie Filling:
  • 2 cups blueberries (fresh or frozen)
  • 1/2 cup sugar
  • 1-2 Tablespoons flour (depending how juicy they are)
  • 1 Tablespoon lemon juice

Instructions

    For the Crust
  1. In a medium bowl, mix flour, salt and sugar.
  2. Chop or grate cold butter into small pieces and add to flour mixture.
  3. Cut butter into flour using pastry blender (or 2 knives) until mixture looks like sand.
  4. Slowly add water and mix using a fork until mixture holds together.
  5. Pat and form into a ball
  6. Flour work surface and roll out crust two inches larger than pie pan.
  7. Place crust in the pie pan.
  8. For Filling:
  9. Combine berries, sugar, flour and lemon juice in large bowl.
  10. To Make Pie:
  11. Add berries to pie crust.
  12. Fold edges of crust over filling, creasing as needed.
  13. Wet finger with a little water to seal creases in crust (this helps to keep them folded when baking)
  14. Bake at 400° for 30 minutes or until filling is bubbling.
  15. Serve warm with ice cream!

Notes

To make this recipe even quicker, you can use refrigerated pie crust, and roll it out a bit, so it's larger than your pie pan.

Pie can be carefully removed from pan and served on a plate.

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Comments

  1. 1

    looks SO good. I was baking with blueberries all afternoon yesterday. I am on a kick

  2. 2

    Rustic is just what I like! This looks great! Yay for Pie Party!

  3. 3

    Happy Anniversary, Cheryl!

    Your pie looks like a fabulous way to celebrate, even if you have to eat it all yourself! :)

  4. 5

    Oh my goodness! i’m a jerk… Happy Anniversary! My computer froze as I was reading your post and I ended up just coming back to leave a comment. But HAPPY ANNIVERSARY!!!!!!! WOOO HOO!

  5. 7

    happy anniversary! And hay for pie:)

  6. 8

    Happy Anniversary, Cheryl! And lovely, lovely pie!

  7. 9

    That pie looks fantastic! Absolutely oozing with blueberries, yum!

  8. 10

    Happy Anniversary! This pie looks so good I think I wanna make it tonight!!

  9. 11
    Shari M says:

    Happy Anniversary to you both! You, obviously, have found your soul mates, Have a grand day! Can’t wait to make this delicious looking and easy pie.

  10. 12

    Happy Anniversary. I think there may have been a typo in the pie crust recipe. 1/4 cup flour? Thanks

  11. 15

    This is so sweet & touching :)

    We’re about to say ‘I do’. I feel so lucky to marry my best friend too :)

    Love this pie, also!

  12. 17

    What a lovely tribute to your husband. Happy Anniversary Cheryl- 26 years is something to be proud of. Your pie is beautiful too :)

  13. 18

    what a sweet tribute to your husband and congrats to you two for making it 26 years!!

    gorgeous pie, too!

  14. 19

    I will be picking up a boatload of blueberries on Saturday, and I can’t wait to try this recipe! Thanks for sharing, and Happy Anniversary!

  15. 20

    Happy Anniversary!

  16. 21

    This pie looks SOOOOO good! I love blueberry something fierce, so you know I am going to have to try this. And HAPPY ANNIVERSARY!! Twenty Six years is amazing… so proud of you!!!

  17. 22

    yum! i lcould definitely go for a slice of that right now! looks delicious!

  18. 23

    Awww…Happy Anniversary love!! That pie is gorgeous by the way. xoxo

  19. 24

    Beautiful post Cheryl! Happy 26th Anniversary to you both. Your rustic blueberry pie looks delicious.

  20. 25

    Happy Anniversary! What a lovely recipe to celebrate with!

  21. 26

    Awww, what a sweet love note to Mr. Tidymom. :-) Happy Anniversary to the both of you! xo

  22. 27

    This looks incredible…and like I might be able to do it!

  23. 28

    Happy anniversary! This pie looks like a perfect way to celebrate! I love the rustic look of this blueberry pie!

  24. 29

    I LOVE the idea of a pie party ~ yours looks amazing!!

  25. 30

    Awe, what a beautiful post Cheryl – Happy Anniversary, so sweet. Your rustic blueberry pie is just gorgeous too!

  26. 31

    Cheryl,
    This pie is actually known as a galette. I was surprised nobody brought that up…
    I love the versatility of galettes; I recently made one with white peaches, cherries, and blueberries. I know, interesting combination.
    Just a few tips: 1. You don’t actually need a pie pan, you can use a flat baking sheet lined with parchment paper or foil (just be careful in case the juices leak out). 2. I would suggest sprinkling the galette with heavy cream or water and then following up with a sprinkling of any coarse sugar (such as turbinado or demerara) just before putting it in the oven. 3. Galettes really only hold up for a couple days, and then they start to become gummy (speaking from experience here).
    Also, feel free to use any type of flour…again, the versatility of galettes!!
    Thought I would just share a few comments and tips,
    Amy

  27. 32

    I love the fact that this pie looks so rustic around the edges. Blueberries are my favorite and I cannot wait to try this recipe. I always have used cornstarch with my berry pies- I will try the flour instead! :)

  28. 33

    I’m making this tomorrow! I have blueberries still in the freezer that we picked ourselves. Looks SO good!

    ~FringeGirl

  29. 34

    Happy Anniversary! Love the pie! Perfect way to celebrate!

  30. 35

    This is simple as pie! Happy anniversary to you and Steve. Here’s to many more to come!

  31. 36

    Gorgeous pie! Happy anniversary, it is a wonderful thing to be married to your best friend.

  32. 37

    Aw, Happy Anniversary! This pie is just lovely!

  33. 38

    Looks yummy! Happy Anniversary!

    Teresa

  34. 39

    Happy Anniversary! Thank you for sharing this amazing looking rustic pie. :)

  35. 40

    Looks delicious – I love the way the blueberrys are peeking through the center. Also, congrats on 26 years!!! My husband and I have also been married 26 years. They go by fast don’t they? Hope you enjoy your celebration!

  36. 41

    On Fridays, I share my favorite food finds in a series called Food Fetish Friday – and I love this post so I’m featuring it as part of the roundup (with a link-back and attribution). I hope you have no objections and I look forward to seeing what you create next…

  37. 42
    Darlene Creech says:

    This pie is fantastic and easy!!! Used refrigerated pie crust, but was so simple and wonderful….Thank you for this easy recipe!

  38. 43

    Your pie looks so yummy! Thanks for telling me about Pie Party 2012! I just shared my CHERRY Pies ‘n Cream Sandwich!
    http://www.thecreativeorchard.blogspot.com/2012/06/cherry-pies-n-cream-sandwich.html#

  39. 44
    Melanie says:

    If you use frozen berries do you need to let them thaw first or can you use them frozen?

  40. 45

    Happy Anniversary! This pie is gorgeous! Looks delicious, too. I featured this post on my blog today. I’d love it if you came and checked it out and grabbed a button if you like!

  41. 46

    I love a rustic pie, and this looks delish!

  42. 47

    You guys are such a sweet couple…and I love that Steve supports you and loves your love o blogging and baking! Guys like that are keepers. I guess you figured that out! ;) Give your Tiger Man a hug from me. Happy (late) anniversary!

  43. 48

    OMG…this looks amazing! Pinning <3

  44. 49

    This was amazing! Finally had some…btw I doubled the blueberries in it as well. So i used 4 cups and adjusted the other ingrediants as well. We had company over and they just raved about it! :D I was so excited! I have had blueberries in our freezer we picked over a year ago and they need used up. And with this one they sure will be. The hubs has already made a request for his own that he doesn’t have to share. LOL

  45. 50

    Sounds really easy! I’m going to try it today. I have a BIG bag of frozen blueberries to use! Thank you for your blog! I am not a neat freak but I try!

  46. 51

    Oh, Happy Anniversary!

  47. 52
    Andreea says:

    How large the pan? Thanks :-)

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