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This stuff is delicious! We have it everysummer with fresh blueberries cooked down with sugar, and we call it "Blueberry Yum Yum". It is also good with chocolate pudding instead of the blueberries and topped with whipped cream--that we call "Mississippi Mud". This is a must try!

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mrsjjkool May 23, 2006

I don't eat dairy so I altered this and it's probably better than the original. My family (who can eat dairy) loved it so much I made one a week later to take to a potluck. Gone in 0-60! I sub the whip cream for coconut whip creme (what top restaurants/hotels use) and Tofutti's Better Than Cream Cheese (delicious and you can get it at Sprouts, WholeFoods etc,) To make the vegan whip cream just refrigerate the Thai brand can of coconut milk at least the day before. Do not shake the can, you want the heavy coco cream to rise to the top and thicken. Spoon that part out into your Kitchen aid (or hand mixer) and whip it on low one minute, med one min and on high on min. (as per my Kitchen aid booklet) BUT works like a dream. You will have the whip cream you need for recipe. For those wanting to use this as your reg whip cream for other desserts just add confection's sugar and a real vanilla bean (cut open and scrap out the van bean, ohhhh so good! I always wondered how restaurants made there wonderful topping with specks...now I know.=) OK back to this recipe. Just a couple of notes 1)make sure pie crust is completely cooled before you scoop cream and filling in then refrigerate right away 2) I used tried both fresh and frozen berries for filling sweetened with a combo of coconut sugar and stevia. Much better tasting and better for you than canned. Make it the way you'd make fresh cranberry sauce. Then just used the berries and not the sweet liquid for the pie. Very good pie!

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CaBchMom December 16, 2014

I love this pie. Made it back in summer at my nieces house. Thank you Paula deen! Luv it and all your recipes!

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angiesmith53 December 21, 2010

Fantastic pie!! I made this for a Fourth of July barbecue. The only thing I did different was that I made my own blueberry pie filling. The pecans were a very nice touch. Gotta love Paula Deen!! Thanks for the recipe!

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ChipotleChick July 04, 2010

Awesome, easy dessert. Didn't change anything, but I did accidentally mix everything together rather than folding in the cream separately. It still turned out great.

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MizDiz June 06, 2010

Delicious and beautiful, thank you for sharing this recipe.

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MelinOhio February 23, 2009

Oh Wow!! This pie is incredible! I selected this pie because I needed a dessert for company and I had all these ingredients available. I had no idea how fantastic it would be! I started by making a double batch of My No Roll Pie Crust because I was using it for a deep dish pie pan which worked perfectly with this recipe. The blueberry pie filling is great with this pie, but I also think you could easily substitute cherry, blackberry a similar pie filling. Do make sure to prepare early enough to have the proper time for chilling this pie before serving! Thank you so much for sharing, JT's Mom!

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Bev October 13, 2007

Very good pie. I used pecans. It is quick to put together.

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Marie Nixon June 18, 2006

This pie is FANTASTIC! I wouldn't change a thing. I used pecans. I will make this again.

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Carol Elizabeth May 29, 2006
The Lady & Sons Blueberry Cream Pie ( Paula Deen )