Easy Blueberry Pie

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Fresh or Frozen Blueberries are delicious in this Easy Blueberry Pie! What a great dessert this would be for Easter. I have two Blueberry bushes that give me so many berries every year. I freeze the Blueberries because I could never eat them as fast as they ripen. That way I can make desserts like this one any time of the year.

Click on the link below to see the step by step directions with pictures and a printable recipe card.

https://indianeskitchen.com/2017/07/18/easy-blueberry-pie

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  1. Do you have any recipes for pie crusts? I have tried in the past making it and it was always a disaster, and I have yet to find any storemade crust I like….but then I am comparing those to my mothers. She used Crisco, but it always made my face break out like clockwork!

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      • Thanks Diane. I tried making it with butter once and it didn’t turn out….I over worked it and it was hard as a rock. I think pastry is an art form that requires lots of experience. I have noticed that now that my mother doesn’t make it very often, hers is not as good as when she was churning out 3 pies per week for our large family.

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      • Well I grew up on a farm, and my dad and brothers did a lot of physical work and he loved to eat and never gained a pound. My mother is/was an excellent cook, as in her early married years she had to feed the threshing crews at harvest time, basic farm cooking. We had different deserts every week, pies, tarts, cakes, nobody worried about cholesterol back then. My sister loved to cook too, but I didn’t seem to inherit that gene! The thing with apple crisp is you don’t have to worry about the pastry. The lights just flickered off here – I hope the hydro doesn’t go out with the snowstorm – crazy snow on March 30th!

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      • Well I grew up on a farm, and my dad and brothers did a lot of physical work and he loved to eat and never gained a pound. My mother is/was an excellent cook, as in her early married years she had to feed the threshing crews at harvest time. We had different deserts every week, pies, tarts, cakes, nobody worried about cholesterol back then. My sister loved to cook too, but I didn’t seem to inherit that gene! The thing with apple crisp is you don’t have to worry about the pastry. The lights just flickered off here – I hope the hydro doesn’t go out with the snowstorm – crazy snow on March 30th!

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      • PS. Thanks, for the suggestion – I will try a different brand than Crisco. You’d think at my age I wouldn’t be getting zits, but it happens so often with pastry, that I have learned to avoid it, but I do love a piece once in awhile.

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      • Actually I just finished making your apple crisp tonight Diane! It’s tomorrow’s dessert, but I stole a little corner piece – very delicious! I had some spy apples I needed to use up or throw out soon.

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      • I have a whole file of your recipes that I have printed off, so when I looked at the apples I thought of it. I have made apple crisp before, but liked the idea of the bottom crust, and yours has the flour in the topping as well. We are having turkey today, as it is still winter, so I thought it would be a nice wintery dessert! We only got a couple of inches of snow, but it’s not melting, so it must be cold out.

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      • Oh that is my favorite Apple Crisp! We cut our trees down last fall because they were just too old. πŸ˜’ Guess I will have to buy apples now. We lucked out as well and only got 1-2 inches. One county south and one county east got the 4-5 inches so we just missed it!

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      • I have to say the apples were not very juicy, but they were left over from fall and a bit dried out, but with some vanilla ice cream, an excellent dessert. Spring can come any time now…..

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