Blueberry and Blackberry Pie

Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 45 mins

The combination makes this pie wonderful and not as sweet as some other pies. My blueberries and blackberries come in at the same time and I can make this pie every night and the kids will devour it. Be sure to stock up on vanilla ice cream to go with it!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Place one portion of pie crust in pie pan.
  2. Place blackberries and blueberries in large bowl.
  3. Add sugar, cinnamon and flour and mix.
  4. Pour into pie crust and dot with butter.
  5. Add remaining pie crust to top (I sometimes lattice this.).
  6. Cook at 350 degrees 45 minutes until brown and bubbling.
  7. Top with vanilla ice cream.
Most Helpful

This is a pie I will defintely have to attempt again. I used all fresh berries, and followed the directions exactly. However, I found that it took at least an hour for the pie to cook at 350 degrees. Perhaps the temperature needs to be increased? It just seemed to take a long time to brown and bubble. However, there were a lot of berries, which might account for the long cooking time. I also think it could be thickened a bit more. With just juicy berries, it seems the filling just oozes out. Still, it is a delicious pie and not overly sweet. Thanks for posting.

JackieOhNo! September 16, 2008

A really good pie...I used frozen berries and made a homemade crust. I used a deep dish pie pan, which overflowed just a bit. I love the combination of berries-I think blueberries are better mixed with something tart like blackberries. I had to bake it an extra 25 minutes before it was bubbling in the middle. I was really happy with the thickness of the filling-just right. Thanks for this yummy easy pie!

Kaarin April 26, 2008

Great pie,hubby couldn't wait for me to cut it,delicious.

NoraMarie February 06, 2008