wow this worked well I used 1/4 cup corn starch and 2/3 cup sugar...and guess what? 1 cup really super finely shredded zucchini it sounds crazy but it picks up the blueberry flavor and color...the kids will NEVER know...it stretches the recipe out a bit and uses up some of summers harvest highly recommended as is (and with the sneaky veggie option)
Awesome, we love our pie oowey gooey, this was just like the inside of a table talk pie(the little individual pies). We loved it. I have to say I mixed the pie filling and made my pie right away, only let it slightly cool, we figured if the bottom crust was soggy so be it, we could not wait after the whole house smelled so good. The pie cooked up wonderfully. We will have this on hand in the freezer next week(going blueberry picking)Thanks for sharing...this is 5star!!!
I just made a double recipe, 4 cups at a time, for a huge (9.5" deep dish) pie. I microwaved the sugar, lemon juice, and blueberry mixture for 8 minutes, stirring after five minutes, added the cornstarch/water mixture at 8 minutes and microwaved for 5 more-came out perfectly! I added 1t. grated lemon zest, 1/2 t. cinnamon and 1/4 t. nutmeg to each 4 cup batch. The filling looks and tastes amazing! Best ever! The pie's in the oven-can't wait to eat it with my family as a 4th of July treat later. Thanks for the recipe and the microwave hints!
Thick and Delicious turned out great!
This was my first time eating blueberry pie and I'm glad I chose this recipe! It was delightful! It was also enjoyable to make and smelled great! :)
If I had realized how easy and tasty this was, I would have stopped buying canned pie filling years ago! Bravo for ease and yumminess!
This was so easy and so good! Thank you for solving my blueberry pie dilema!
Can't believe that I didn't review this last year. Loved this recipe. I put it into the freezer already in a pie crust (using a recipe I love), and topped with a crisp topping. Then this year I used it as Blueberry Crisp instead of pie.
This is good blueberry pie filling. I made it to top a poundcake and would have preferrred it not to be quite as thick or tart. Will use less cornstarch mixture and lemon juice next time. Very easy and good flavor though.
I made a double recipe of this yesterday and made one DEEP dish blueberry pie! We have 20 pounds of wild blueberries to use up! The problem I've always had in the past with making berry pies is that they end up kind of runny. I didn't have that problem with this recipe...it turned out perfect. Thanks!