Baked this Blueberry Pie two days for a friend of mine, using the remaining canned blueberry pie filling that I’ve made a blueberry cream cake for Kimberly’s birthday last week. This is a very easy recipe that you can prepare the crust dough a few days ahead, store it in the freezer and use it anytime you like. Hope you enjoy this delicious pie too 🙂
I’m submitting this post to Aspiring Bakers #5 Fruity March hosted by Jess from Bakericious.
Here is the recipe
- lined a 9″ flan ring
- 1 can Blueberry filling
- Crumble Topping
- 100g Plain flour
- 30g Brown sugar
- 40g Soft butter
- Mix all crumble ingredients together with your finger tips and put in the fridge for later use.
- Sweet short crust pastry
- 200g Plain flour
- 20g Milk powder
- 110g Butter, cut cubes
- 35g Icing sugar
- 1/4 tsp Salt
- 3 tbsp Ice water
- Sift flour, milk powder and icing sugar, salt in a bowl, mix well. Add cold butter and rub with your finger tips till mixture becomes sandy.
- Add in ice water and knead mixture to form dough. (if the dough becomes too wet, you’ll need to add more flour or add little water if dough is too dry)
- Shape it into ball and wrap it with foil then store in freezer for 20 mins.
- Take out dough from freezer after 20 minutes, roll out the pastry in between two plastic sheets to the size of about 12 inches in diameter.
- Place pastry on to the ring, pressing it to fit the bottom and sides so that no air bubbles lurk under the pastry, but taking care not to stretch it.
- Roll across the top of the ring with the rolling pin. This rolls away any overhanging pastry.
- Prick the pastry at the bottom of the case with a fork.
- Return the pastry dough to the freezer for another 15 mins or you can keep the pastry dough until next day or up to a week.
- Take out the pastry from freezer and quickly line it with aluminum foil and blind bake with pie weights or dried beans, to keep the bottom flat. Bake at preheated oven at 175C for 20 mins. Remove pie weights and foil immediately after baked.
- Cool down the pastry and spread in blueberry filling (not too much, as the blueberry filling is very sweet). Then sprinkle the crumbles evenly on top and bake for another 35 mins.
- Serve warm or chill the blueberry pie with some fresh blueberries on top.
Hi Gustin, Temperature and baking time are the same as in my recipe.
Thanks for trying 🙂
Hi Ann, your blueberry pie looks yummy 🙂
Can i bake use a mini tart mold? how much the temperature i need to reduce?
Thanks for the delicious recipe
I would love to have a slice or two of that! Looks yummy!
I used to eat something similar in Holland 1995-2000 at a cafe called HEMA.
The noticeable difference I see is they (in Holland) used rice together with the blueberry as the filling. Until today I don't know exactly what it is called. I was still a kid back then so all I did was eat and eat 🙂
Do you by chance know what I'm referring to? It's like a rice pudding I think.
Many thanks in advance
Hi Lx, of course you can if you prefer 🙂
Can I use blueberry jam for the fillings?
@Jess @ Bakericious
Jess, Try this when you have the time 🙂
Janine, thanks! I think practice makes perfect ;DD
Thanks Martha for your compliment.
Gaga, Pierre, thank you!
Von, Thanks! Try to make this pie at home, you'll love it!
Rochelle, thanks for visiting and your lovely comment.
Oh Ann, thanks for the AB submission.
Ann, I always wanted to bake blueberry pie after tried one yummy blueberry pie. You are tempting me now, your pie really make me drooling.
This looks so good Anncoo! Gorgeous photos too (as always!)
une tarte bien gourmande et délicieuse
the pictures of your pie crust look sooo beautiful – mine always has uneven portions everywhere. the crumble topping looks and sounds delicious too!
Absolutely gorgeous photos! I'm trying not to drool over this delicious looking blueberry pie 🙂
the blueberry layer is very tempting !!!Pierre
Our family have just started to really like eating blueberries- I bet we'd all love this pie as well! It looks really really good- especially with the crumble topping!
That looks beautiful. I've never tried to bake a pie, yours is inspiring!
You are awesome! I enjoy your gorgeous photos almost as much as I would enjoy eating the delicious things you post! 🙂
Thanks ALL ~ for your nice words and have a wonderful weekend:)
Thank you Elin. Of course you can have my sure and I'm sure you do a better job than me. Hope to see yours soon 🙂
Esther ~ apple blueberry pie sounds yummy too! Did you copy down the recipe?
Quay Po ~ Thank you. I saw your salmon otak, sooo yummmy!
Kristy, Why diet? You made a lot of healthy food too!
LK ~ Thanks!
Ron ~ Thank you very much for visiting.
Priya ~ Thanks for the invite. Will send an entry soon.
Lena ~ Thanks!
Edith ~ So glad to hear this pie makes you happy 🙂
Looking at this makes me happy.
that's a very lovely looking pie and the topping looks great! have a great weekend!
You have made that pie to perfection – LOVE IT and bookmarking it!
Ann, check out these events on my blog and try to send in an entry 🙂
Ann, it's a fabulous blueberry pie, perfect for tea time!
looks great,i must try it soon!:)
wow bet your friend loved it perfect pie in my book, have a fun weekend Ann
Ann, your blueberry pie looks so so pretty…!! Well done :).
I have never tried making pie before. But I will definitely try it out if I were to bake one in future. I'm drooling looking at the blueberries. So yummy and healthy!!
Simply delicious looking!
Oh man, this is tatolly crazy! I thought of starting my diet and looking at all these food. How to start!!!! :O(
Ann, the perfect pie!, Lovely to the eyes and drooling to the lips.
So coincidence, just saw James Martin's show in making the apple blueberry pie and now you are sharing the recipe for blueberry pie ^_^
It looks so good, I wish I can taste the real thing right NOW!
delicious and simple. Wonderful!
Anncoo..this is a lovely blueberry pie. I shall take a virtual slice off the screen after my lunch as my dessert…can? 🙂 Great one and thanks for the step by step picture tutorial , I believe I can make this pie with the clear instructions. Thanks 🙂
beautiful looking pie delicious
The curst is awesome and filled so much blueberries.
Your blueberry pie looks fabulous, very pretty with the crumble top 🙂 Love the pictures!
Ann, you are truly a great baker!
YUM! I think I can eat the whole pie…greedy me =P Love the step by step pics!
Thank you Claudia for visiting.
Lia, I definitely like to share this with you for tea 🙂
Bee, Yes, I've made the crumble with apples too.
Mary, haha…your cake sounds so delicious with blueberry and banana in it. I wish I can try some too!
Jane, hehee…thank you *-*
ravienomnoms, thanks for visiting.
Mei Teng, Jean, thank you very much for your lovely comments.
the blueberry looks so juicy and plump and the crumble topping looks too mouthwatering…simply irresistible 🙂
That looks so delicious!
Gee, your blueberry pie looks so beautiful! You seem to be able to make any simple bakes into such beautiful and tempting treat! Yummy!
Ann, this is great! I love your pictures, make the pie looks so tempting, good job!
Yummy…yummy…yum…yum. I love this. Love all the blueberries there. I love blueberries. Have been eating some almost everyday. Made a blueberry banana cake this morning. Great minds think alike 😀
Ann, this looks so good! I love the gooey blueberry filling with the crunchy crumble toppings! I don't have blueberry pie filling, I bet replacing it with cooked apples would be so good too! Thanks!
I love blueberry! Your blueberry pie just awesome! One slice with my afternoon tea will be just perfect 🙂