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Cherry Blueberry Pie Recipe

By Edited May 10, 2016 0 7

Cherry Blueberry Pie Ingredients

Cherry blueberry Pie? Why not almost everyone loves cherry pie, so sweet and a little sour too. Now you can make the best cherry pie ever with an added bonus, you guessed it blueberries. Those little blue delights are the perfect addition to an already great desert. With some added vanilla ice cream this even becomes a patriotic red, white and blue pie. It doesn't get any better than that!

Things You Will Need

· 2 Cups pitted cherries

· 2 Cups blueberries

· 1/2 tsp of ground cinnamon

· 1 tbs of butter

· 3/4 Cup white sugar

· 1 tsp of vanilla extract

· 1/4 Cup all-purpose flour

· 1 Box of double crust pie (or make from scratch)

· Large bowl

· 9" pie pan

· Aluminum foil/Pie crust shield

Step 1

Mix the sugar, flour, and cinnamon in a large bowl. Add the cherries, blueberries, vanilla extract and mix well.

Step 2

Line the 9" pie pan with one of the pie crusts. It helps to sprinkle a little flour on the counter or on some wax paper when rolling out the store bought crust. Pour the fruit mixture into the pie shell and dot in four spots with the tablespoon of butter.

Step 3

Cover with the top crust and flute the edge by pinching the two crusts together into a v-shape. Now cut a few small slits into the top crust in any pattern you want choose. This is for more than decoration it also releases steam from the pie. You can also make a lattice top by slicing the crust into 1" wide pieces and criss crossing them on the top of the filling.

Step 4

Crust Shield

Bake at 375 degrees for one hour. Cover the edges of the crust with aluminum foil or a pie crust shield for the first half hour to keep it from over cooking. Place the pie pan on a baking sheet to catch any filling that might bubble over.

Now with this cherry blueberry pie recipe and a little bit of work you are about to have what will surely become a family favorite. Enjoy!!

Tips & Warnings

  • Let your pie cool for one hour before serving.

  • If you use fresh picked cherries, be sure to remove all pits. A cherry pitter will make this job alot easier and less messy.

  • Eat with caution may become addicted to this with one bite.

  • If you use fresh picked cherries watch for pits that you might have missed.



Nov 14, 2011 12:51pm
OMG that sounds like the best pie ever! I am definitely making that. Thanks for the great recipe!
Nov 14, 2011 4:20pm
It is my favorite and gets lots of complements everytime I make it. I you do make it let me know how you like it. Thanks for the comment.
Nov 15, 2011 6:41am
I will!
Nov 14, 2011 1:21pm
Does sound yummy, good combination, and the 2 fruits are healthy too. Love healthy pies!!
Nov 14, 2011 4:23pm
I normally pick my own cherries but this year the cherries didn't produce at my house. I even planted my own blueberry bushes just for this pie. Thanks for the comment.
Dec 17, 2011 7:28pm
Awesome pie! I know first-hand :) I just made one using your recipe and I love it. It was easy to make, and came out beautiful. I just had my first piece, it was still warm--1 hour out of the oven. Thank you so much for such a wonderful recipe. FYI it was the first pie I ever made.
Dec 17, 2011 8:23pm
That is so awesome! I am glad you liked it, everyone that has had it says it is there new favorite but as far as I know you are the first to make it other than me. And to be honest it was the first pie I had ever made too. Also I have changed it just a bit the last few times. First I started making my own crust which is way better and I only use about 1/4 of a teaspoon of cinnamon. Once again thank you for the comments.
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