Peachy Blue Quaker Pie

Kim Biegacki


Well, this is a unique combination as I had some left over blueberries from making a blueberry pie and just bought some fresh peaches from the market and thought could they go together? Well, they most certainly do and what a delicious combination. The addition of ginger was something I knew from other peach pies so I added it in. The topping is a true original as I have been wanting to use up some cereal I had and I knew that if I added butter and some flour I could make a crust. It turned out delicious! I loved the combination & now I can't wait to try other Quaker oatmeal cereals too.

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6 - 8 servings
15 Min
50 Min


marie calender frozen pie crust, thawed


6 medium
fresh peaches
1 1/2 c
blueberries, fresh
1/2 - 3/4 c
sugar (depending on how sweet peaches are)
2 - 3 Tbsp
cornstarch (depending on how juicy the peaches are, add more)
1 1/4 tsp
ginger powder
1 medium
lemon, zest of


2 Tbsp
brown sugar
2 pkg
maple brown sugar oatmeal
1 tsp
1/3 c
flour (approx) ---forgot to measure
5 - 7 Tbsp


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1Place you peaches in boiling hot water for about 15 seconds or a little longer then the peeling comes right off. Remove seed and then thinly slice the peaches. Wash your blueberries and place on a paper towel to dry. Then combine all dry ingredients for pie in a bowl and whisk together, then add the fruit and zest of lemon and toss to all is coated.

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2Add your mixed fruit and other ingredients into uncooked pie crust.

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3This is the oatmeal I used.

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4Combine all dry ingredients for topping and cut in the butter with a pastry cutter till crumbly. (I do not have a pastry cutter so I just use a large fork.) Crumble the topping over the fruit mixture and bake for 45 to 50 minutes at 350 degrees. I place my pie on a cookie sheet covered with tin foil for easy clean up. This pie did bubble over juices, so it worked well.

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5Remove pie from oven and let cool completely...if possible. We couldn't wait and cut into after 1/2 hour. LOL

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6Cutting into it early causes juices to run more. If you refrigerate the pie it sets up better. Make sure you serve with some vanilla ice cream too.

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7Here is a slice cut after the pie cooled down.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Pies, Fruit Desserts
Main Ingredient: Fruit
Regional Style: American
Other Tag: Quick & Easy