24 Reviews

Excellant blueberry pie Steve!!! I used a bought pie shell (lazy),so didn't bother with the egg white. Very quick and easy filling, we're trying to use up our berries in the freezer before the new ones come along, this was a great way to do it. Served it with whipped cream as instructed, it was sumptuous!! Thanks for a keeper, I may try some of our other berries next time.

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Derf May 14, 2002

Fresh, light, simple and DELICIOUS! I added a touch of rum flavoring to the fresh whipped cream. My dinner guests all asked for seconds...and the recipe!

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Knit One Cook Too February 07, 2011

Excellent recipe! I liked the fact that not all of the berries were cooked. So fresh tasting! I used a pre-made graham cracker crust shell, so I skipped the part about the egg white. I will make this again and again. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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Pesto lover June 25, 2010

so yummy and easy, especially when you use a ready made granola crust... :) i did make some whipped cream to top it off, though.

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hlkljgk August 31, 2009

I've made 2 of these in as many days! Need I say more? DIVINE! The fresh blueberry flavor is fantastic. SSOOO much better than the fresh fruit pies that use jello as their base. I used Homemade Pie Crust for the pie crust and baked it according to the directions on that recipe. I used the egg white wash, but I'm not sure it made any difference. I did find that the filling sets up better if you cook it for about 5 minutes after adding the corn starch and if you refrigerate it. Thanks so much for sharing this excellent recipe! I know there are going to be many more blueberry pies in our future!

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Marg (CaymanDesigns) June 27, 2013

My favorite blueberry pie! I added a little sugar to a beaten egg and brushed the crust before I baked it. Perfect summer pie.

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Marianne in the Village July 11, 2011

Delicious! Just what I was looking for! Many thanks.

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ailch July 06, 2008

Excellent recipe, and easy to make! I used all organic ingredients. Frozen pie crust worked fine, but got too brown in 20 minutes. I also substituted an organic, zero calorie sweetener (sugar substitute) but had to increase the amount by 25%. Got the perfect amount of sweetness in the pie! Egg white not necessary. Enjoyed making as well as eating it!

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mary August 14, 2007

I would give this as many stars as I could! I've made this to many times to count. I make this with a graham crust because I like unbaked fruit pies that way. I also use the lemon out of a bottle. I will say that the number of servings are different for my family. It's been known to only serve 3! And one of those is a child eating her fair share! This also makes a great breakfast if there is any left over.

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cookee monster July 29, 2007

out if this world taste and easy to prepare. i used frozen pie crust and store bought lemon juice. i should have made two because it didn't make it throught the night at out house :) thank you so much!!

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xtra napkins pleeeeease July 03, 2007
Fresh Blueberry Pie