We offer pleasing pie recipes where your tantalizingly fresh blackberries are the star, including Blackberry Pie, Blackberry Pie with Hazelnut Glaze, and Blackberry Swirl Pie.See Popular Blackberry Pie Recipes
While walking in Galicia with Gwyneth Paltrow, Mario Batali spotted a bush full of ripe blackberries, his "favorite fruit in life," and recalled filling the back of his parents' station wagon with buckets of blackberries when he was growing up in Seattle. After getting his mother, Marilyn, to e-mail him her recipe, Mario prepared this luscious pie.
Adapt the filling for this pie recipe, which has pretty lattice-strip crust topping, to suit seasonal availability and preferences. Make it with an assortment of berries.
This fruit pie, delicious on its own, is made exceptional with the hazelnut glaze.
For guaranteed great taste, try this simple pie recipe. It's a delicious dessert that is quick and easy to prepare.
This golden, two-crust pie oozes with apples and fresh berries.
For this quick and easy dessert, cut the pastry tops from refrigerated pie dough.
You can make this pie with only one type of berry if you like, but I love to mix blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, and strawberries. I don't normally like cooked strawberries, but I find that using just a few in this mixture adds a nice floral-fruity lightness to the finished pie. Since all these berries are juicy, I like to use both tapioca and cornstarch to keep the texture of the filling somewhat firm and the juices contained around the fruit. You can use these same measurements for sliced or chunked stone fruit, such as peaches, nectarines, or plums.
Check out this roundup of tasty treats you can make with your blackberry harvest (or sub in any fresh or frozen berries you like!).
Strawberries and apples. Two great fruits to bridge the gap between summer and fall. That's what we thought when we first spotted this Patchwork Strawberry & Apple Pie on a blog from Brazil called Technicolor Kitchen.
I am trying to get over my fear of pie. Really I am. I'm not afraid to eat it, you see, just to make it.