Just made as directed. Can hardly wait till it cools ! !
healthy and Excellent, as I used 1/2 cup of xylitol plus 4 micro spoons of pure stevia extract instead of sugar. Plus 2 caps of pure vanilla.
Its blueberry season where I live, spent the morning picking berries and came home to make some homemade pie crust. Looking around for recipes for the filling I decided on this contest winning recipe. Read all the reviews and decided to give it a go. A.maze.ing. The only thing I changed was the sugar. I used a tad less than a half cup of white sugar. I used a tart plate and a homemade pie crust with the weaving dough to top. Consistency of this filling is perfect. My teenager loved loved loved the pie! The best possible way to use 2 hours of blueberry picking berries! Thank you so much for sharing! Withlove and Christine, and the girls
Forgot the butter. Still awesome.
My husband said, “This might be the Best blueberry pie I’ve ever had! ” easy and Excellent to make.
Excellent! I used half sola sugar to reduce the sugar amount. It was a great recipe and super easy.
Delicious, and super easy to make. Definitely will make again! If fresh berries aren’t available, also, frozen blueberries work just fine.
Definitely a keeper! I love that it uses fresh blueberries instead of canned. The texture of the berries is also nice since only part of them are cooked first.
This was good, but a little too sweet. I used some blueberries I had frozen since I did not have fresh ones. The frozen ones worked fine. I added the frozen berries to the hot mixture, and it worked well. I will make this again, but I will cut down on the sugar.
This recipe is FANTASTIC. It set up perfectly for me, and I made it exactly as written. A portion of the berries are added at the end, and they give it such a great texture because the berries are still reasonably firm and intact when serving,. That is what I love about this recipe. This is a keeper! @imhs1975 – I cool the pie shell a bit before adding the filling (and the filling should also be cool).