Friday, August 20, 2010

feed me friday: crumble-berry pie

I don't like getting stuck in a rut, and right now I feel stuck in a rut.  Why?  Well, because this blog is all crafty stuff.  That's the point of my goal after all . . . craft all my Christmas gifts.  I want to stay pretty focused on that, but I feel like every once in a while I need a crafting reprieve.  And since this is my blog, I guess I get to do whatever I want.  (There are so few place in life I get to say that . . . none actually . . . except this blog.)  

A few weeks ago I wrote up a little recipe for the 30 Day Food Challenge over at A Vision to Remember.  I have a few more recipes coming up over there in the next few weeks.  I had so much fun sharing recipes food crafts; rather than crafty crafts that I'm going to do a little post on Fridays called Feed Me Friday.  (Don't you love how so many blog features use alliteration.  I tried not to, but I just couldn't help myself.)  I'm going to post a new recipe every Friday until I get sick of doing it.  Then I'll stop.  I'm hoping to stick with it long enough to get into some Christmas recipes.  I LOVE Christmas recipes! 

Today's first Feed Me Friday is featuring my first recipe in the 30 Day Food Challenge. 
This recipe is one of the those projects that I just figured out while messing around in the kitchen.  It's a berry pie/fruit crisp hybrid.  It's so easy and yummy!  Two of my favorite things! 


Crumble-Berry Pie

Preheat oven to 375 degrees.

What you need:
- 4 cups of any combination of fresh or thawed berries (I usually use blueberries, raspberries and strawberries.)
- 1/2 cup sugar
- 1/4 cup water
- 2 T. flour
- 1 T. lemon juice
- 1 t. vanilla
- a dash of salt
- 9 inch deep dish pie shell
- 1/2 t. cinnamon
- 1/2 cup brown sugar
- 1/2 cup flour
- 1/2 cup regular oats
- 1/4 cup butter, melted

What you do:
1) In pot on medium heat, cook sugar, water, flour, lemon juice, vanilla and salt until blended and thick.  Stir and watch so that mixture doesn't burn. Remove from heat.

2) Add berries and stir - enfolding berries into sugar mixture.

3) Pour berry mixture into 9 inch deep dish pie shell.

4) Mix cinnamon, brown sugar, flour, oats and melted butter in a bowl.

5) Crumble mixture over berries completely covering it and sealing to the crust edge.

6) Place on cookie sheet and about bake 45 minutes on middle rack.

7) Cool, cut, serve and ENJOY! 

Cook on! 

25 comments:

PatriciaRaeDesigns said...

oh my just when i'm in the mood for some dessert I see this yummy thanks for sharing

Amanda @ http://patriciaraedesigns.blogspot.com/

Lu said...

Yum. I want this now. With ice cream. :)

SHWenner said...

Mmmmm... This looks yummy! I'll definitely have to try out the recipe!

Julianne said...

Well, to be honest, I hate pies. BUT my husband loves them and this looks like one he would really enjoy. I have NEVER made him a pie. Sad. True. I think it's time I changed that. This should be a good recipe to do that with. Thanks for the inspiration!

Beverly @ FlamingoToes.com said...

I can't wait to give this a try. I love that you're doing a Friday Recipe post - and I love that you gave in to the alliteration. :)

cate said...

ooh, I hope you decide to keep going until Christmas recipe time, then we can swap some ideas!

This recipe looks awesome, and pretty simple to convert - I'll let you know when I give it a go!

Molly said...

Your pie looks terrific and I have just the berries to try it with. I have signed on as a Follower so I will be able to keep up with what you are working on. When you have time stop by and say "Hi", take care.

Andrea @ Simple Organized Living said...

looks delicious. I'm always looking for more recipes that include berries and sugar!

I love making pies and just might have to add this one to my list!

Oh, and I love the theme of your blog...I'd have Christmas all year round if it was up to me!

Christy said...

looks pretty darn yummy...this is the second pie post i have seen today and i think tomorrow i will have to make a pie of my own...i am so craving it now! stopping by from just something i whipped up!

Maryann @ Domestically-Speaking said...

YUM... I'm bookmarking this recipe... I LOVE strawberries!

Cath said...

Hi! Love your blog - this recipe looks delish! The syrup looks soooo good! Thanks for sharing :)
Cath @ dunnntoperfection.blogspot.com

mle said...

This sounds so yummy {especially with all the summer berries available}!!!

Chris said...

This looks incredibly yummy, Elizabeth. I hope all is well.

★All Thingz Related★ said...

Your pie looks so good! Thanks so much for sharing your Crumble Berry Pie recipe with us at Anything Related!
{Rebekah}

Kristin said...

I am totally making this in the morning! It looks so good!
Thanks for posting. And I am visiting from AP Tuesday where I posted a to die for chocolate cake. If you love chocolate that is! ;o)

T's Daily Treasures said...

This sounds absolutely delish and is on my list of things to try. Berries and oatmeal, two of my favorite things. Yummo! Best wishes :) Tammy

Army Wife Quilter said...

wow you make it look so good. i want pie right now. the grapes i am eating just aren't cutting it.

Haupi said...

I love it! It looks soooo delicious and it's something different - but still familiar. Great share!

Haupi

Pam @ diy Design Fanatic said...

That looks soooooo good! Now I'm hungry for dessert!

Brianna! said...

Oh my HEAVENS
I must must musttttt try this
ASAP
xoxo
bB

THANKS FOR SHARING!

gnee @ Singing With Birds said...

Your pie is glorious! Please bring it to our BlogBBQ as we say, "So Long Summer," September 2-6. Everyone would love it for dessert!

Terrell said...

YUMMMM-OLA! That's about all I have to say about that. :D I am going to have to make this up..and hopefully not eat it all! ha!!
Thank you for sharing this!!
~Terrell @ Frou Frou Decor~

Amy Meyer said...

That looks fabulous! I will definitely have to try this recipe!

Lorie said...

YUM! I love that anything from the kitchen with the word crumble in it is usually delicious!

Jerri said...

What a yummy looking pie! Thanks for linking up for Friday Favorites!

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