Blueberry Cobbler Recipe

Blueberry Cobbler Recipe. This fresh Blueberry Cobbler Recipe is simply outstanding! Easy to make, it is a delicious summer comfort-food recipe that will have your friends and family asking for seconds!





Blueberry Cobbler Recipe

This fresh Blueberry Cobbler Recipe is simply outstanding! Easy to make, it is a delicious summer comfort-food recipe that will have your friends and family asking for seconds!

Prep Time: 20 minutes
Cook time: 35 minutes

Ingredients:

4 pints Blueberries
1.5 cups Sugar, divided
2 sticks unsalted Butter, diced
1 cup Flour
1 tsp Baking Powder
4 eggs
1 tsp Vanilla Extract
1 tsp Lemon Juice

Directions:

• Preheat oven to 375°.
• Lightly grease a 13″x9″ pan.
• Toss blueberries and 1/2 cup of sugar together until coated, spread into 13″x9″ pan.
• Combine flour, baking powder and 1 cup sugar.
• Cut in butter.
• In a separate bowl, beat eggs, then add them to the butter mixture.
• Add vanilla and lemon juice, mix well.
• Drop mixture on top of blueberries by the spoonful. Allow mixture to cover fruit.
• Bake for 35 minutes until slightly brown and bubbly.
• Serve with vanilla ice cream or sweet whipped cream.

Makes 8 servings Blueberry Cobbler


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Raspberry Pie Recipe

Raspberry Pie Recipe. This raspberry pie recipe takes full advantage of the sweet-tart taste of in-season, fresh raspberries! It is a beautiful presentation for a family, friend or event dessert.





Raspberry Pie Recipe

This raspberry pie recipe takes full advantage of the sweet-tart taste of in-season, fresh raspberries! It is a beautiful presentation for a family, friend or event dessert.

Prep Time: 30 minutes

Cook time: 20 minutes

Ingredients:
3/4 cups Sugar
3 TBSP Corn Starch
3/4 cup Water
1 TBSP Chambord (raspberry liqueur)
4 pints Fresh Raspberries (divided)
1 tsp Pure Vanilla Extract
2 TBSP Butter, diced
1 tsp Lemon Juice
2 TBSP Castor Sugar
1 9″ Deep Dish Pie Crust, cooked and cooled

Directions:


• In a large saucepan, combine sugar and cornstarch.
• Mix in water, Chambord and 1 pint of raspberries.
• Mash the raspberries into the liquid.
• Bring to a boil, reduce heat and allow to cook for 5 minutes. Stir constantly. The mixture will thicken.
• Remove from heat and stir in butter, vanilla and lemon juice, so butter melts.
• Allow to cool to room temperature.
• Fold in 2 pints of raspberries.
• Pour mixture into cooled pie shell
• Decorate top of mixture with the last pint of raspberries, ends up.
• Sprinkle with castor sugar
• Chill overnight.
• Serve with vanilla ice cream or sweet whipped cream.

Makes 1 Raspberry Pie, 8 servings


Raspberry Pie Recipe. This raspberry pie recipe takes full advantage of the sweet-tart taste of in-season, fresh raspberries! It is a beautiful presentation for a family, friend or event dessert.


Helpful Links:
Instructions on how to easily make castor sugar
Easy Pie Crust Recipe


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Easy Pie Crust Dough Recipe

Easy Pie Crust Dough Recipe. This slightly sweet, easy to make pie dough is great with all types of pies.  Cook just the pie crust to use with cream pies, or use the dough uncooked with fruit or meat pies.





Easy Pie Crust Dough Recipe

This slightly sweet, easy to make pie dough is great with all types of pies. Cook just the pie crust to use with cream pies, or use the dough uncooked with fruit or meat pies.

Prep Time: 20 minutes
Cook time: 15 minutes

Ingredients:
2 1/2 cups white flour
2 TBSP castor sugar (remember a whirl in the small food processor of regular white sugar will do it)
1/4 tsp salt
1 stick cold (or frozen) cubed unsalted butter
4 TBSP cold vegetable shortening
12 TBSP ice water

Directions:

• Combine flour, castor sugar and salt
• Add vegetable shortening and butter
• Mix (cut in shortening and butter) until well blended
• Add 4 TBSP water, mix
• Add 2 more TBSP water, continue mixing. Keep adding the water until well blended. You may not need all 12 TBSP.
• Divide dough in half.
• Wrap with plastic wrap.
• Refrigerate 30 minutes.
• Remove cooled dough from refrigerator, roll onto lightly floured surface, until you have (2) 11″ round disks
• Place 1 raw dough disk in the pie plate and fluted the edges.
• Cover bottom with lightly sprayed parchment paper.
• Cover with beans or pie weights.
• Prick sides of dough liberally with fork.
• If cooking for a creme pie, bake at 425º for 13-15 minutes.
• Remove from oven, remove pie weights and parchment paper.
• Cool completely
• If cooking for a fruit or meat pie do not bake prior to adding filling and second dough disc for covering. Bake per pie instructions.

Makes 2 pie shells, or 1 pie shell with top

Easy Pie Crust Dough Recipe. This slightly sweet, easy to make pie dough is great with all types of pies.  Cook just the pie crust to use with cream pies, or use the dough uncooked with fruit or meat pies.


Prep Time:20 minutes
Cook time:15 minutes

Easy Pie Crust Dough Recipe

Easy Pie Crust Dough Recipe Mise en Place:

Large Bowl
Rolling Pin
Pastry Cutter
Measuring Cups
Pie Beads/Weight (for pies with prebaked shells)
Small Food Processor (to make castor sugar)
Pie Plate
Pie Crust Guard
• Parchment Paper

Easy Pie Crust Dough Recipe Ingredients:

• 2 1/2 cups white flour
• 2 TBSP castor sugar (remember a whirl in the small food processor of regular white sugar will do it)
• 1/4 tsp salt
• 1 stick cold (or frozen) cubed unsalted butter
• 4 TBSP cold vegetable shortening
• 12 TBSP ice water

Easy Pie Crust Dough Recipe. This slightly sweet, easy to make pie dough is great with all types of pies.  Cook just the pie crust to use with cream pies, or use the dough uncooked with fruit or meat pies.


Easy Pie Crust Dough Directions:

• Combine flour, castor sugar and salt

Easy Pie Crust Dough Recipe. This slightly sweet, easy to make pie dough is great with all types of pies.  Cook just the pie crust to use with cream pies, or use the dough uncooked with fruit or meat pies.


• Add vegetable shortening and butter
• Mix (cut in shortening and butter) until well blended
• Add 4 TBSP water, mix
• Add 2 more TBSP water, continue mixing. Keep adding the water until well blended. You may not need all 12 TBSP.

Easy Pie Crust Dough Recipe. This slightly sweet, easy to make pie dough is great with all types of pies.  Cook just the pie crust to use with cream pies, or use the dough uncooked with fruit or meat pies.


• Divide dough in half.
• Wrap with plastic wrap.
• Refrigerate 30 minutes.
• Remove cooled dough from refrigerator, roll onto lightly floured surface, until you have (2) 11″ round disks
• Place 1 raw dough disk in the pie plate and fluted the edges.
• Cover bottom with lightly sprayed parchment paper.
• Cover with beans or pie weights.
• Prick sides of dough liberally with fork.
• If cooking for a creme pie, bake at 425º for 13-15 minutes.
• Remove from oven, remove pie weights and parchment paper.
• Cool completely
• If cooking for a fruit or meat pie do not bake prior to adding filling and second dough disc for covering. Bake per pie instructions.

Easy Pie Crust Dough Recipe. This slightly sweet, easy to make pie dough is great with all types of pies.  Cook just the pie crust to use with cream pies, or use the dough uncooked with fruit or meat pies.


Note: I have always been a terrible pie crust dough maker, and Pillsbury was my friend. The dough itself tasted horrible. Since I started making this dough seven years (or more!) ago, it has always turned out delicious, and it is soooo easy to work with!

• To print the Easy Pie Crust Dough recipe click here.


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