Icebox Blueberry Pie

Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 20 mins

From an old Farm Journal cookbook & adjusted a bit. If you can get fresh or your own frozen blueberries it'll be so much better, but frozen store-bought berries are good too. Pre-bake the pie crust according to your own recipe or the package directions, since the pie filling is cooked and put into the shell with no further baking. Cool, refreshing and looks stunning on a cookout dessert table!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Use 2 cups blueberries to line the bottom of the pie shell.
  2. Put remaining 2 cups berries in a medium saucepan along with sugar and cornstarch. Cook over medium heat, stirring regularly until thickened. (If the sauce looks too thick, add up to 1/4 cup water - it really depends on the juiciness of the berries). Remove from heat and allow to cool.
  3. Carefully pour sauce over the berries in the pie shell. Chill until ready to serve.


Most Helpful

I have the Farm Journal Pie Cookbook too and I just love the double blueberry pie recipe! You forgot to drown it in whipped cream to really guild the lily! Thanks for posting! SA;)

Secret Agent December 27, 2009

I bought the Farm Journal Pie Cookbook back in 1972 and still have it. It's Double-Good Blueberry Pie recipe that you based yours on is my all-time favorite for blueberry pie. Amazing flavor by using half cooked berries and half fresh. Garnish with whipped cream and it makes a beautiful presentation as well.

SomedayQuilter May 22, 2008

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