Blue Ribbon Wild Blueberry Pie

"This is an awesome recipe we made up. It is tried and true. I got this recipe from piemaking in Canada, where we went out blueberry picking. These should be fresh picked wild berries. I think you probably substitute Saskatoon berries, as well. Yummy!"
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Ready In:
1hr 15mins
1 pie




  • Mix first three ingredients in a large bowl.
  • Make sure the berries are covered with the dry goods.
  • Pour berry mixture into first pie shell, then cover with other crust.
  • Using a knife, cut a design into the top of the pie, leaving a small hole in the center.
  • Brush with egg yolks, then sprinkle with sugar.
  • Bake in 350* oven for 45 - 60 minutes. Yeay!
  • Your pie is done- let it cool, then dig in!

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  1. nkearns53
    I have baked this pie to years in a row it is vert yummy. I added an extra cup of blueberries to make it really full. The only thing both times I have made it it is very soupy,last year I used flour this year I used cornstach, next time I am going to use minute tapioca. No matter what is was delicious. I also sprinkled a little sugar on the top of the crust. I will definetely make again.
  2. luke_burton
    first time baking a fruit pie. I followed the recipe exactly using a from scratch pie dough. was delicious.
  3. Bluemonkey
    Not rating just now...just a comment about using Saskatoon are best to simmer the berries until just tender, drain and cool and then proceed with the recipe. I used to dislike Saskatoon berry pies that my mother made because the berries were always a little hard and underdone in texture, but when I made my own pie I decided to simmer the berries until tender and...SUCCESS!
  4. lv2cook4myboys
    I made this recipe using the fresh blueberries from my garden and let me tell you "YUMMO!!". I adjusted the sugar up a little bit cause I knew that my berries weren't very sweet and it came out great. Makes me want to learn how to make crust from scratch. I think this recipe would work very well for other berries and fruit. Thanks Biscoti!!


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