Easy Triple Berry Pie
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|1||your favorite pie crust, top and bottom crust. chilled|
|2 bag(s)||16 oz bags of frozen mixed berries (blackberries,raspberries and blueberries)|
|1/4 c||cornstarch (you can use less to make pie have a more runny consistancy)|
Miami, FL (pop. 399,457)
Member Since Mar 2011
I made this pie for Easter this year! We had a cookout instead of the traditional Easter sit down dinner and so I decided I wanted something refreshing and summery since it is florida and well almost always summer anyway. WOW this pie was a huge success and everyone loved it! Thank heavens I made not one but three pies lol because there wasnt a slice left! We like our fruit pies served cold however if you like warm fresh berries I am sure its just as good! Since th pie is made with frozen berries, you can have a slice of summer anytime of year!
Preheat your oven to 425 degrees.
Using a wire whisk combine sugar and cornstarch.
Add berries to the sugar mixture and toss to coat all berries
Place the berries into the bottom pie crust and sprinkle with lemon juice.
Cover with top crust and pinch edges. Cut a few slits into top.
Cool pie in frig for about 20 minutes or so
Bake pie in oven for 20 minutes. After 10 minutes Brush top and edges of pie with melted butter and sprinkle all over and out to edges of crust with cinnamon sugar and then turn pie in oven. Contine at 425 for another 10 minutes.
Turn your oven down to 375 degrees and continue baking pie until the pie starts to brown up and the filling is bubbly through the slits in the pie. (cover areas that look like they are getting to dark with tin foil)
Remove pie from oven and cool 30 minutes before serving. If you are like my family we like it chilled for several hours : ) ENJOY with some cool whip on top! YUM