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Well, I didn't have any problems with a soggy bottom. I used fresh blueberries, and spread the cream cheese layer very evenly. This came together quite fast. The stovetop blueberry mixture seems to quicken quite suddenly, so you do have to watch it. Everyone really enjoyed this pie, and I will be making it again. Thanks for posting this. Made for Please Review my Recipe Tag Game.

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JackieOhNo! September 14, 2009

Declicious! I did put an egg wash on the pie shell before I baked it so it wouldn't get soggy. I didn't have lemon juice so I used tangerine juice.

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toevelyn January 18, 2009

I have learned several tricks to keep my pies from getting a soggy bottom (& no, a diaper doesn't work all that well!) ~ In this case, I brushed a beaten egg over the INSIDE bottom of the pie crust (unbaked) & baked it completely before letting it cool & then filling it ~ At times I've used instead a thin coating of melted chocolate! Anyway, this VERY TASTY PIE went together very quickly & was much enjoyed! Next time I might just have to try it with a layer of chocolate! Thanks for sharing! [Tagged, made & reviewed in Beverage Tag]

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Sydney Mike November 25, 2008

This is a really good blueberry cheesecake pie. It went together in no time which I really liked. My only (slight) problem being the crust got soggy quickly. That could have been because my blueberries were initially frozen. I thought they had thawed enough, but apparently not. It was still really really good and enjoyed by all. Thanks France~ Made for NewZaar Stars 08'

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CoffeeB May 18, 2008
Blueberries Cream Cheese Pie