Just about any sort of fruit tastes great in pies, so the key is deciding what fruit you just have to have. For all you blueberry lovers out there, you'll enjoy recipes for a fresh, delicious blueberry pie.See Popular Blueberry Pie Recipes
Looking for a fast dessert that showcases a summer fruit? This one-crust, no-bake blueberry pie can be ready for the table in less than an hour.
If you have a sweet tooth, this blueberry pie is for you! And the lattice top makes this dessert as beautiful as it is delicious.
More than 4 cups of berries make this pie extra juicy. Be sure to let it cool completely before you slice it. And dont forget the vanilla ice cream! The recipe comes from Covered Bridge Farm in Forest Lake, Minnesota.
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.
Blueberries are the easiest fruit to turn into pie -- just toss them with lemon, sugar, and cornstarch and put in the pie shell.
Here's a pie that's absolutely patriotic-perfect for the Fourth of July. With fresh strawberries and blueberries that are now in season, it makes a wonderful red, white and blue dessert.
From the crust up, this amazing blueberry pie is like nothing you've tasted before. Sweet almonds, tangy crme fraiche, and bright lemon zest all lend their signature notes. When buying blueberries, choose those that are firm, uniform in size and indigo blue with a silvery frost; discard any berries that are moldy or shriveled.
For this make-ahead dessert, assemble everything, including the blueberry and marshmallow checkerboard design. Refrigerate up to a day ahead. At serving time, broil the tart briefly to brown the marshmallows.