Buttermilk Blueberry Pie

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Buttermilk Blueberry Pie Recipe

In my household, summer is a time for lazy days spent at the beach, entertaining friends, and hosting a lot of barbeques. With Memorial Day and the Fourth of July both approaching, I have been on the hunt for a delicious and festive “All American” dessert to serve at our upcoming parties. This Buttermilk Blueberry Pie from Adventures in Cooking sounds like the perfect solution. Layers of creamy custard, fresh seasonal blueberries, and an extra deep crust make this pie over the top! Bring on the summer entertaining!

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    1. Tom King

      At my daughter’s request, I made the pie tonight. I followed the recipe exactly and when it cooled and I removed the ring from the pan, it looked exactly like the picture; actually, it looked better because I fluted the crust over the top of the pan-no offense. But after it had cooled completely, when we cut into the pie and removed the first piece, all the fruit came pouring out along with a lot of liquid. There was some semblance of a thin custard between the berries, but it really was a mess. I even baked it a little longer than the hour to insure it had “set” inside.

      I have no idea what went wrong. I’ve been baking for years (we raised 6 kids, so we’re both cooks). The odd thing is that I had a premonition that this was what would happen, and it did! I’m not really up to trying this again as it was fairly expensive to purchase the ingredients. It tasted good, but it was a real mess.

      1. Melissa Johnson

        Oh gosh, I am so sorry to hear that your pie flooded with fruit. This exact same scenario happened to me when baking an apple pie. Perhaps there was too much filling.

        1. Tom King

          That’s what I’m thinking. I suspected that all along but that’s what the recipe called for. Is it two pounds (you call for 33 ounces) or two pints? A pint is a volume amount for berries. I thought you meant two pounds by weight, so I may have used too many berries?


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