Mystery Ingredient Wild Blueberry Pie Recipe
Almond extract is the secret ingredient to this traditional blueberry pie. Serve with whipped cream or your favorite ice cream.
I followed the recipe and I too found the almond (which I thought sounded like a great idea) and the cinnamon overshadowed the blueberries. Not bad, but not my favorite. This was my first blueberry pie, not like my Mom's.
This was my first attempt at a blueberry pie (for Christmas no less)and it came out great! I even forgot the butter at the end and it was still great. Other than that mistake, I followed the recipe exactly as written and wouldn't change a thing (except maybe a drop or two more almond extract. I loved the way it didn't ooze into a messy, soupy mess when cut and the taste was wonderful. Thanks for the recipe!
OH MY!!!! GOD!!!! SO delish! i made this with frozen berries (mixed berries) .... and added 2T of extra flour. YOU have to try this recipe, Thanks for posting it.
Used frozen wild blueberries - 6 cups (two bags), added 2 tbsp more of flour and doubled the almond extract. YUMMY.
Totally awesome !
There is nothing to beat a fresh blueberry pie. It doesn't need much: sugar, a bit of cornstarch to thicken all the nice juices and cinnamon. It's perfect with fresh berries, but still mighty fine with frozen ones.
Frozen blueberries star in this impressive and easy-to-make blueberry pie that's sure to win some compliments.
A sweet, custardy sour cream mixture is spooned over fresh blueberries, topped with a sweet buttery crumble, and baked. If desired, garnish with mint sprigs and additional blueberries.
Chocolate syrup, Key lime pepper, and ancho chile powder are the secret ingredients in this recipe for black spruce blueberry pie.