While strawberries are common in all sorts of desserts, they are found less frequently as the star of pies. But that doesn't mean that some great strawberry pie recipes aren't around. In fact, try Almond, Strawberry, and Rhubarb Pie and you'll be searching for other ways to get strawberries into your pies.See Popular Strawberry Pie Recipes
Three different strawberry ingredients pack sensational flavor into a refreshingly delicious pie with a cereal-pretzel crust.
The berries practically tumble out of this sweet, lemony meringue dessert. Fresh mint adds a colorful touch to the pie recipe.
Fresh strawberries coated with a light glaze makes for a low calorie pie that's truly delicious.
Whipping cream creates fluffiness in this cool summer-fresh strawberry pie. if you're counting calories, try the low-fat recipe.
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.
Layers of custard, fresh strawberries, and sliced bananas add a new twist to this family favorite.
Cream cheese pastry coated with chocolate and topped with fresh strawberries and a strawberry glaze--what could be better for dessert?
This picnic-perfect pie is bursting with strawberries. Mix it up by replacing up to 2 cups of the sliced strawberries with whole fresh blueberries or raspberries, too.
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.
A fresh summer pie with a sassy kick!
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We all know we should be super careful with our summer menus and meal preparations--you know, make sure stuff doesn't sit out too long, baking in the sun; be careful with the grill (fire! fire!); keep an eye on Aunt Edna so she doesn't sneak celery into the lemon Jell-O again.