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Can I give six stars? I would if I could. This was delicious, easy to make, and pretty darn healthy (I made it like a custard, no crust). I used nonfat yogurt, didn't drain it, and mixed about half the sugar with the berries and some cinnamon. I will make this again with other fruit too.

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Diana_re2004 August 05, 2012

Very light and a little tangy. I used 1/2 blackberries and 1/2 raspberries. I used regular full fat yogurt (didn't remove any liquid) and it set up great.

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Lt. Amy September 13, 2009

I thought this was great, very fresh and light and not too sweet, I don't usually like pies but I could even eat this one for breakfast.

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liarebits March 20, 2009

Excellent! I didn't have a pie tin(shhh, don't tell that)so I used a 9-inch cake pan which resulted in bit thicker crust along the edges. Next time I'll try a 10 or 11 inch tart pan. Not complaining though, because the dough makes a crust similar to ladyfingers. I drained my yogurt for about 20 minutes and I'm certain that not only helped the texture of the custard, but kept the crust from turning damp. I used blackberries but am certain any type berry would do and am looking forward to trying them all. Thanks for an unusal and tasty variation on dessert.

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Deborah1 August 10, 2005
Finnish Blackberry Yoghurt Pie