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Blackberry pie is an annual tradition when our bushes start producing ripe
fruit. Flaky crust hides that amazing filling that is the perfect combination
of sweet fruit with just a hint of lemon.   

slice of blackberry pie with scoop of vanilla ice cream on top

     This blackberry pie is loaded with bright berry
flavor.  Make it with plump fresh berries or frozen berries, whichever you
have. Then make sure to have a scoop of vanilla ice cream ready. The combination
is unbelievably good!

     When we moved into our house a few years ago, we knew we
were getting a couple of bonuses to go along with the house.  The first
was a strawberry patch and the second was a stand of thornless blackberries.
 We moved in September though, so we had no idea just how fruitful they
would be.

       The first year we had soooo many strawberries.
 We ate our fill and had plenty for the freezer.

      The second year we had a little munchkin in the spring
time that was eating the strawberries as quickly as we could pick them.
 Now we tend to use them up as we go, but occasionally have a few extra
for the freezer.  They are great for winter time smoothies, purees and
sauces.

    The biggest surprise was the blackberries. There were a million
of them and they are HUGE!

a couple of giant blackberries in my hand

    This year I made a
blackberry shortcake cake, a
blackberry ice cream
and a
blackberry crisp with them while they were fresh.  Little Dude also ate a few
each day and we shared some with our neighbor kid.   

 

    He and Little Dude will eat them no matter how ripe or how
tart they are!  It makes me pucker up just thinking about it!  
 

     The rest went to the freezer for winter baking, jams and
sauces.  So I was excited to pull some out to make a pie.   
 

     It seems to be a tradition that we have at least one
blackberry pie each year now.  I always add a bit of lemon to it too.
 I just love lemon and berries together!   

     My little guy is always happy to help in the kitchen, so
we made a pie.  MiMi brought over some
homemade ice cream
and we were all quite happy with our little taste of summer.   

 

      Of course you don’t have to make this with homegrown
blackberries.  Any version of fresh or frozen blackberries will work.
  
 

      This particular pie ran out of one of my vent holes a
bit, so it isn’t the prettiest pie we have ever had.  It was certainly
delicious anyway! 
 

blackberry pie recipe
dessert
American
Making Homegrown Blackberry Piehttps://youtu.be/eTwjdaWNGG8Our blackberry bushes create a bumper crop. We love to make a few treats with them during the summer while they are fresh, but we freeze the rest to bake with during the winter. This pie is an annual treat and we love it every year!https://cookingwithcarlee.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/Homegrown2Bblackberry2Bpie2Bslice2Ba2Bla2Bmode.jpg2016-01-30
Yield: 12 servings
Author: Cooking With Carlee
Blackberry Pie

Blackberry Pie

Blackberry pie is an annual tradition when our bushes start producing ripe fruit. Flaky crust hides that amazing filling that is the perfect combination of sweet fruit with just a hint of lemon.
Prep time: 15 MinCook time: 1 Hourinactive time: 1 HourTotal time: 2 H & 15 M

Ingredients

  • 2 recipes Extra Flaky Pie Crust or your favorite double crust recipe
  • 6 cups blackberries (fresh or thawed)
  • 1.25 cup sugar
  • 4 Tablespoons flour (you might want to add a bit extra if using thawed berries)
  • pinch salt
  • 1.5 Tablespoons lemon juice
  • 1 Tablespoon butter
  • 2 Tablespoons milk – or egg for a wash
  • 2 Tablespoons sugar

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 450 F. Place first pie crust in the pie plate and roll the second out. Place both crusts in the refrigerator while preparing filling. In a large bowl, stir together 1 1/2 cups sugar, flour and salt. Add berries and lemon juice and stir to coat. Let sit for about a half hour, stirring occasionally. When ready to prepare pie, place berries in bottom crust. Dot the top of the berries with small pieces of butter. Place top crust and cut vents. Crimp crust. Brush crust with milk or egg wash and sprinkle with remaining sugar. I place my pie plate on drip catcher and cover my outer crust with a pie guard. Then bake at 450 F for 15 minutes.Drop the oven temperature to 350 F for an additional 40-50 minutes. Let cool for at least a half hour before serving. It will set more as it cools completely.

Calories

210.41

Fat (grams)

5.45

Sat. Fat (grams)

1.97

Carbs (grams)

39.31

Fiber (grams)

4.32

Net carbs

34.99

Sugar (grams)

26.99

Protein (grams)

2.73

Sodium (milligrams)

87.25

Cholesterol (grams)

18.25

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Cassie Tucker

Monday 15th of February 2016

This looks so delicious! Thanks for linking up at the Tips and Tricks Link Party.

Cassie @ Southeast by Midwest

Carlee

Monday 15th of February 2016

Thank you! We look forward to our annual pie and it is so fun to come up with other ways to use the berries as well!

Unknown

Monday 15th of February 2016

I love blackberries...any kind of berries especially in pie! Double yum!

Carlee

Monday 15th of February 2016

Me too! Thank you!

Unknown

Sunday 14th of February 2016

Oh that looks so good! We've just planted some thorn-less blackberries, so I'll keep this recipe for next year!

Carlee

Sunday 14th of February 2016

Yay! I hope you have as much luck with them as we've had!

Sandy Sandmeyer

Saturday 13th of February 2016

I love fresh blackberries. My grandmother had a bush in her yard and we made jam from them. Thanks for sharing your recipe at the Over the Moon Link Party.

Carlee

Sunday 14th of February 2016

I love making jam too! I really should make some with some of the berries I have left!

Jess

Friday 12th of February 2016

My mother would love this! It sounds yummy!

Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J & J!

Carlee

Saturday 13th of February 2016

There's nothing like a warm pie and homemade ice cream! Thanks for hosting!