I Miss Bar Harbor Blueberry Pie

"Hubby and I just took a trip to lovely Bar Harbor, Maine where we ate lots of lobster and blueberry pie! So the following weekend, when real life set back in, I found myself making a tangy, sweet, really good fresh blueberry pie. Enjoy!"
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photo by Chef on the coast photo by Chef on the coast
Ready In:
1hr 5mins




  • Preheat oven to 425 degrees.
  • Clean, dry blueberries, picking out stems, green berries, and broken berries.
  • Toss berries in sugar, corn starch, cinnamon, salt until evenly coated.
  • Pour berries into crust.
  • Dot with butter.
  • Top with crust top layer, sealing edges and making perforations, OR:.
  • I removed the other crust from the 2pack I had and rolled it out with a rolling pin, and made cutouts with a heart shaped cookie cutter and arranged those pieces over the top of the pie, leaving some holes throughout. It baked so beautifully with blueberries peeking through the layers of hearts.
  • Bake on the bottom shelf of the oven for 45 mins, or until the inside is bubbling.

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  1. TheResponsibleOne
    I would also add an additional cup of Berries and I was worried it would be too soupy so I tossed the blueberries in flour and it turned out WAY too cakey. Great easy recipe that you don't need to second guess :-) and I cut my top dough with a crinkle cutter and used it for lattice. It was the MOST beautiful pie I have ever made.
  2. Docs Mom
    We loved this recipe. I followed the recipe using 2 pints of blueberries, which is about 4 cups. I do think you could get away with adding another cup of blueberries. The cinnamon really adds a lot depth to this pie. Thanks MrsMM.
  3. muddydog
    This is soooo good. Like another reviewer mentioned, it sets up very well once completely cooled. I was unsure about using the lowest rack in the oven, but I did and the crust was perfect. I used 2 full pints (4 rounded cups) of fresh blueberries and it turned out great. Sprinkle some cinnamon sugar on the crust before baking too!
  4. bill mayes
    This recipe is super wonderful. Its so easy. This pie set up beautifully and is now my favorite Blueberry pie recipe. You gotta try it
  5. hatofhappiness
    This is my new favorite blueberry pie recipe! It thickened up perfectly. I never have fruit pies that slice this neatly instead of being runny. Everyone that tried it liked that it wasn't overly sweet. I probably ended up using closer to 4 cups of berries. I also made a lattice top and it looked great!


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