Blueberries Cream Cheese Pie

"This is one of my favorite recipes. This is a recipe I did so many times. It's delicious with fresh blueberries. I hope you'll like it. It comes from Jean Paré."
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Ready In:
2hrs 10mins
1 pie




  • Beat cream cheese, the first quantity of sugar (1/2 cup) and lemon juice in a small bowl until homogeneous. Pour in the pie shell. Put in the fridge.
  • Spread the first quantity of blueberries on the cream cheese.
  • In a saucepan, mix 3/4 cup sugar, cornstarch, water, blueberries and lemon juice.
  • Heat and stir until boiling and it’s thick.
  • Let cool down. Spread on the blueberries. Put back in the fridge.

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  1. toevelyn
    Declicious! I did put an egg wash on the pie shell before I baked it so it wouldn't get soggy. I didn't have lemon juice so I used tangerine juice.
  2. Sydney Mike
    I have learned several tricks to keep my pies from getting a soggy bottom (& no, a diaper doesn't work all that well!) ~ In this case, I brushed a beaten egg over the INSIDE bottom of the pie crust (unbaked) & baked it completely before letting it cool & then filling it ~ At times I've used instead a thin coating of melted chocolate! Anyway, this VERY TASTY PIE went together very quickly & was much enjoyed! Next time I might just have to try it with a layer of chocolate! Thanks for sharing! [Tagged, made & reviewed in Beverage Tag]
  3. CoffeeB
    This is a really good blueberry cheesecake pie. It went together in no time which I really liked. My only (slight) problem being the crust got soggy quickly. That could have been because my blueberries were initially frozen. I thought they had thawed enough, but apparently not. It was still really really good and enjoyed by all. Thanks France~ Made for NewZaar Stars 08'
  4. Norma L.
    I made this with a graham cracker crust and it was D-lish!!
  5. Victoria20
    (fresh or frozen, I guess you have to thaw them and drain them) You guess??? What did everyone else do???


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