Blueberry and Blackberry Crumble Pie

©Diane Ebiln

©Diane Eblin

I have not made this pie since last summer and can’t wait to get busy on this again.  I think this week I may use this same process and use the strawberries that are in season.  What are your favorite berries?  What fruit combinations do you bake? So far I’ve only found one problem with this pie.  Once I start eating it, I have a hard time stopping.

Ingredients:

1 large container of Blackberries

1 large container or frozen bag of Blueberries

1 jar fruit sweetened blueberry or blackberry jelly or jam

1 cup Quinoa Flakes

1/4 cup Tapioca Flour

1/4 cup Sorghum flour

1/4 cup dark agave

Earth Balance Buttery Sticks (this contains soy)  Or Jungle Organic Shortening (no soy)

1 tsp Cinnamon

1/2 cup chopped walnuts

Directions:

I used a Breads From Anna Pie Crust- follow directions on package.  I like to slightly pre-bake the crust before adding the filling.

In saucepan melt jelly. Once melted stir in berries and pour mixture into pie crust.

In a separate bowl mix together quinoa flakes, tapioca flour,

Blueberr & Blackberry Crumble Pie  ©Diane Ebiln

Blueberr & Blackberry Crumble Pie ©Diane Ebiln

sorghum flour, walnuts, cinnamon, agave and buttery sticks with a
pastry blender or fork.  Crumble or break into small pieces and top pie.

Bake pie at 375 degree oven until browned.  This could take anywhere
from 15-30 minutes depending on your oven and what type of shortening
you used.

Serving Suggestions:

A scoop of Purely Decadent Coconut Milk Vanilla Ice cream is wonderful.

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38 Responses to Blueberry and Blackberry Crumble Pie

  1. Rachel May 12, 2009 at 11:00 pm #

    Mmmm, and I just bought blackberries today and have blueberries in the freezer. I'm tempted.

  2. Rachel May 13, 2009 at 3:00 am #

    Mmmm, and I just bought blackberries today and have blueberries in the freezer. I’m tempted.

  3. Linda May 13, 2009 at 12:03 pm #

    I just bought a gf pie crust. I might have to try this. It sounds delish.

  4. WendyGK May 13, 2009 at 2:36 pm #

    Oh,sounds great. We tried the Purely Decadent Ice Cream after you mentioned it in your Banana's Foster post. Kids love it. Thanks.

  5. WendyGK May 13, 2009 at 6:36 pm #

    Oh,sounds great. We tried the Purely Decadent Ice Cream after you mentioned it in your Banana’s Foster post. Kids love it. Thanks.

  6. Linda May 13, 2009 at 4:03 pm #

    I just bought a gf pie crust. I might have to try this. It sounds delish.

  7. JoAnn May 13, 2009 at 5:55 pm #

    That looks SO good…I'm in trouble now!
    I LOVE berry pies, berry cobbler…anything with berries. My favorite is boysenberries.

  8. JoAnn May 13, 2009 at 9:55 pm #

    That looks SO good…I’m in trouble now!
    I LOVE berry pies, berry cobbler…anything with berries. My favorite is boysenberries.

  9. Ali (Whole Life Nutr May 13, 2009 at 6:32 pm #

    Diane, Your pie look delish! Wow! I can see why you would have a hard time stopping at just one slice!
    -Ali :)

  10. Ali (Whole Life Nutrition) May 13, 2009 at 10:32 pm #

    Diane, Your pie look delish! Wow! I can see why you would have a hard time stopping at just one slice!
    -Ali :)

  11. Alisa - Frugal Foodi May 14, 2009 at 6:18 am #

    Gosh, my husband has been begging for pie lately, and this looks so good!

  12. Alisa - Frugal Foodie May 14, 2009 at 10:18 am #

    Gosh, my husband has been begging for pie lately, and this looks so good!

  13. Diane Eblin May 14, 2009 at 12:37 pm #

    Rachel- I'm tempted too. Time to hit the grocery store and get baking again.
    Wendy- Isn't that Purely Decadent dreamy. It's too easy to eat it right from the container with a spoon.
    Linda- let me know if you made this.
    JoAnn- Yum, boysenberries are wonderful. Where do you find yours?
    Ali- well I didn't actually get it into a slice. Just fork fulls. I had to stop and take the photo.
    Alisa- get that husband in the kitchen cooking. This is a pie that really doesn't need much measuring or work. He can treat you. Hmmm, I think I'll share that with my husband. Let's see how long we wait for a pie.
    Thank you all for sharing!

  14. Diane Eblin May 14, 2009 at 4:37 pm #

    Rachel- I’m tempted too. Time to hit the grocery store and get baking again.
    Wendy- Isn’t that Purely Decadent dreamy. It’s too easy to eat it right from the container with a spoon.
    Linda- let me know if you made this.
    JoAnn- Yum, boysenberries are wonderful. Where do you find yours?
    Ali- well I didn’t actually get it into a slice. Just fork fulls. I had to stop and take the photo.
    Alisa- get that husband in the kitchen cooking. This is a pie that really doesn’t need much measuring or work. He can treat you. Hmmm, I think I’ll share that with my husband. Let’s see how long we wait for a pie.
    Thank you all for sharing!

  15. Diane Eblin May 14, 2009 at 4:37 pm #

    Rachel- I’m tempted too. Time to hit the grocery store and get baking again.
    Wendy- Isn’t that Purely Decadent dreamy. It’s too easy to eat it right from the container with a spoon.
    Linda- let me know if you made this.
    JoAnn- Yum, boysenberries are wonderful. Where do you find yours?
    Ali- well I didn’t actually get it into a slice. Just fork fulls. I had to stop and take the photo.
    Alisa- get that husband in the kitchen cooking. This is a pie that really doesn’t need much measuring or work. He can treat you. Hmmm, I think I’ll share that with my husband. Let’s see how long we wait for a pie.
    Thank you all for sharing!

  16. Diane Eblin May 14, 2009 at 4:37 pm #

    Rachel- I’m tempted too. Time to hit the grocery store and get baking again.
    Wendy- Isn’t that Purely Decadent dreamy. It’s too easy to eat it right from the container with a spoon.
    Linda- let me know if you made this.
    JoAnn- Yum, boysenberries are wonderful. Where do you find yours?
    Ali- well I didn’t actually get it into a slice. Just fork fulls. I had to stop and take the photo.
    Alisa- get that husband in the kitchen cooking. This is a pie that really doesn’t need much measuring or work. He can treat you. Hmmm, I think I’ll share that with my husband. Let’s see how long we wait for a pie.
    Thank you all for sharing!

  17. Diane Eblin May 14, 2009 at 4:37 pm #

    Rachel- I’m tempted too. Time to hit the grocery store and get baking again.
    Wendy- Isn’t that Purely Decadent dreamy. It’s too easy to eat it right from the container with a spoon.
    Linda- let me know if you made this.
    JoAnn- Yum, boysenberries are wonderful. Where do you find yours?
    Ali- well I didn’t actually get it into a slice. Just fork fulls. I had to stop and take the photo.
    Alisa- get that husband in the kitchen cooking. This is a pie that really doesn’t need much measuring or work. He can treat you. Hmmm, I think I’ll share that with my husband. Let’s see how long we wait for a pie.
    Thank you all for sharing!

  18. Diane Eblin May 14, 2009 at 4:37 pm #

    Rachel- I’m tempted too. Time to hit the grocery store and get baking again.
    Wendy- Isn’t that Purely Decadent dreamy. It’s too easy to eat it right from the container with a spoon.
    Linda- let me know if you made this.
    JoAnn- Yum, boysenberries are wonderful. Where do you find yours?
    Ali- well I didn’t actually get it into a slice. Just fork fulls. I had to stop and take the photo.
    Alisa- get that husband in the kitchen cooking. This is a pie that really doesn’t need much measuring or work. He can treat you. Hmmm, I think I’ll share that with my husband. Let’s see how long we wait for a pie.
    Thank you all for sharing!

  19. Diane Eblin May 14, 2009 at 4:37 pm #

    Rachel- I’m tempted too. Time to hit the grocery store and get baking again.
    Wendy- Isn’t that Purely Decadent dreamy. It’s too easy to eat it right from the container with a spoon.
    Linda- let me know if you made this.
    JoAnn- Yum, boysenberries are wonderful. Where do you find yours?
    Ali- well I didn’t actually get it into a slice. Just fork fulls. I had to stop and take the photo.
    Alisa- get that husband in the kitchen cooking. This is a pie that really doesn’t need much measuring or work. He can treat you. Hmmm, I think I’ll share that with my husband. Let’s see how long we wait for a pie.
    Thank you all for sharing!

  20. Diane Eblin May 14, 2009 at 11:37 am #

    Rachel- I’m tempted too. Time to hit the grocery store and get baking again.
    Wendy- Isn’t that Purely Decadent dreamy. It’s too easy to eat it right from the container with a spoon.
    Linda- let me know if you made this.
    JoAnn- Yum, boysenberries are wonderful. Where do you find yours?
    Ali- well I didn’t actually get it into a slice. Just fork fulls. I had to stop and take the photo.
    Alisa- get that husband in the kitchen cooking. This is a pie that really doesn’t need much measuring or work. He can treat you. Hmmm, I think I’ll share that with my husband. Let’s see how long we wait for a pie.
    Thank you all for sharing!

  21. Diane Eblin May 14, 2009 at 11:37 am #

    Rachel- I’m tempted too. Time to hit the grocery store and get baking again.
    Wendy- Isn’t that Purely Decadent dreamy. It’s too easy to eat it right from the container with a spoon.
    Linda- let me know if you made this.
    JoAnn- Yum, boysenberries are wonderful. Where do you find yours?
    Ali- well I didn’t actually get it into a slice. Just fork fulls. I had to stop and take the photo.
    Alisa- get that husband in the kitchen cooking. This is a pie that really doesn’t need much measuring or work. He can treat you. Hmmm, I think I’ll share that with my husband. Let’s see how long we wait for a pie.
    Thank you all for sharing!

  22. Diane Eblin May 14, 2009 at 11:37 am #

    Rachel- I’m tempted too. Time to hit the grocery store and get baking again.
    Wendy- Isn’t that Purely Decadent dreamy. It’s too easy to eat it right from the container with a spoon.
    Linda- let me know if you made this.
    JoAnn- Yum, boysenberries are wonderful. Where do you find yours?
    Ali- well I didn’t actually get it into a slice. Just fork fulls. I had to stop and take the photo.
    Alisa- get that husband in the kitchen cooking. This is a pie that really doesn’t need much measuring or work. He can treat you. Hmmm, I think I’ll share that with my husband. Let’s see how long we wait for a pie.
    Thank you all for sharing!

  23. Diane Eblin May 14, 2009 at 11:37 am #

    Rachel- I’m tempted too. Time to hit the grocery store and get baking again.
    Wendy- Isn’t that Purely Decadent dreamy. It’s too easy to eat it right from the container with a spoon.
    Linda- let me know if you made this.
    JoAnn- Yum, boysenberries are wonderful. Where do you find yours?
    Ali- well I didn’t actually get it into a slice. Just fork fulls. I had to stop and take the photo.
    Alisa- get that husband in the kitchen cooking. This is a pie that really doesn’t need much measuring or work. He can treat you. Hmmm, I think I’ll share that with my husband. Let’s see how long we wait for a pie.
    Thank you all for sharing!

  24. Diane Eblin May 14, 2009 at 11:37 am #

    Rachel- I’m tempted too. Time to hit the grocery store and get baking again.
    Wendy- Isn’t that Purely Decadent dreamy. It’s too easy to eat it right from the container with a spoon.
    Linda- let me know if you made this.
    JoAnn- Yum, boysenberries are wonderful. Where do you find yours?
    Ali- well I didn’t actually get it into a slice. Just fork fulls. I had to stop and take the photo.
    Alisa- get that husband in the kitchen cooking. This is a pie that really doesn’t need much measuring or work. He can treat you. Hmmm, I think I’ll share that with my husband. Let’s see how long we wait for a pie.
    Thank you all for sharing!

  25. Diane Eblin May 14, 2009 at 4:38 pm #

    Rachel- I’m tempted too. Time to hit the grocery store and get baking again.
    Wendy- Isn’t that Purely Decadent dreamy. It’s too easy to eat it right from the container with a spoon.
    Linda- let me know if you made this.
    JoAnn- Yum, boysenberries are wonderful. Where do you find yours?
    Ali- well I didn’t actually get it into a slice. Just fork fulls. I had to stop and take the photo.
    Alisa- get that husband in the kitchen cooking. This is a pie that really doesn’t need much measuring or work. He can treat you. Hmmm, I think I’ll share that with my husband. Let’s see how long we wait for a pie.
    Thank you all for sharing!

  26. Diane Eblin May 14, 2009 at 4:38 pm #

    Rachel- I’m tempted too. Time to hit the grocery store and get baking again.
    Wendy- Isn’t that Purely Decadent dreamy. It’s too easy to eat it right from the container with a spoon.
    Linda- let me know if you made this.
    JoAnn- Yum, boysenberries are wonderful. Where do you find yours?
    Ali- well I didn’t actually get it into a slice. Just fork fulls. I had to stop and take the photo.
    Alisa- get that husband in the kitchen cooking. This is a pie that really doesn’t need much measuring or work. He can treat you. Hmmm, I think I’ll share that with my husband. Let’s see how long we wait for a pie.
    Thank you all for sharing!

  27. Diane Eblin May 14, 2009 at 4:38 pm #

    Rachel- I’m tempted too. Time to hit the grocery store and get baking again.
    Wendy- Isn’t that Purely Decadent dreamy. It’s too easy to eat it right from the container with a spoon.
    Linda- let me know if you made this.
    JoAnn- Yum, boysenberries are wonderful. Where do you find yours?
    Ali- well I didn’t actually get it into a slice. Just fork fulls. I had to stop and take the photo.
    Alisa- get that husband in the kitchen cooking. This is a pie that really doesn’t need much measuring or work. He can treat you. Hmmm, I think I’ll share that with my husband. Let’s see how long we wait for a pie.
    Thank you all for sharing!

  28. Diane Eblin May 14, 2009 at 11:38 am #

    Rachel- I’m tempted too. Time to hit the grocery store and get baking again.
    Wendy- Isn’t that Purely Decadent dreamy. It’s too easy to eat it right from the container with a spoon.
    Linda- let me know if you made this.
    JoAnn- Yum, boysenberries are wonderful. Where do you find yours?
    Ali- well I didn’t actually get it into a slice. Just fork fulls. I had to stop and take the photo.
    Alisa- get that husband in the kitchen cooking. This is a pie that really doesn’t need much measuring or work. He can treat you. Hmmm, I think I’ll share that with my husband. Let’s see how long we wait for a pie.
    Thank you all for sharing!

  29. Diane Eblin May 14, 2009 at 11:38 am #

    Rachel- I’m tempted too. Time to hit the grocery store and get baking again.
    Wendy- Isn’t that Purely Decadent dreamy. It’s too easy to eat it right from the container with a spoon.
    Linda- let me know if you made this.
    JoAnn- Yum, boysenberries are wonderful. Where do you find yours?
    Ali- well I didn’t actually get it into a slice. Just fork fulls. I had to stop and take the photo.
    Alisa- get that husband in the kitchen cooking. This is a pie that really doesn’t need much measuring or work. He can treat you. Hmmm, I think I’ll share that with my husband. Let’s see how long we wait for a pie.
    Thank you all for sharing!

  30. Diane Eblin May 14, 2009 at 11:38 am #

    Rachel- I’m tempted too. Time to hit the grocery store and get baking again.
    Wendy- Isn’t that Purely Decadent dreamy. It’s too easy to eat it right from the container with a spoon.
    Linda- let me know if you made this.
    JoAnn- Yum, boysenberries are wonderful. Where do you find yours?
    Ali- well I didn’t actually get it into a slice. Just fork fulls. I had to stop and take the photo.
    Alisa- get that husband in the kitchen cooking. This is a pie that really doesn’t need much measuring or work. He can treat you. Hmmm, I think I’ll share that with my husband. Let’s see how long we wait for a pie.
    Thank you all for sharing!

  31. Brian May 14, 2009 at 3:38 pm #

    I'm always a sucker for dessert. I love berries and warm cobblers / pies with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. Delicious sounding recipe.

  32. Brian May 14, 2009 at 7:38 pm #

    I’m always a sucker for dessert. I love berries and warm cobblers / pies with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. Delicious sounding recipe.

  33. gfe-gluten free easi May 17, 2009 at 4:02 pm #

    Diane–I love that you included the fork in your photo. I almost always do that, too … it just shows it's ready for more eating. ;-) You really should enter this recipe in the Go Ahead Honey It's Gluten Free! Carnival this month. The theme is fruit desserts and it's hosted by Emilia at glutenfreeday.com. I think you'd just have to update your post to reference the carnival and submit your link to Emilia. You should go for it … I know everyone would love to have this recipe!
    Hugs,
    Shirley

  34. gfe-gluten free easily May 17, 2009 at 8:02 pm #

    Diane–I love that you included the fork in your photo. I almost always do that, too … it just shows it’s ready for more eating. ;-) You really should enter this recipe in the Go Ahead Honey It’s Gluten Free! Carnival this month. The theme is fruit desserts and it’s hosted by Emilia at glutenfreeday.com. I think you’d just have to update your post to reference the carnival and submit your link to Emilia. You should go for it … I know everyone would love to have this recipe!
    Hugs,
    Shirley

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