Triple Berry Pot Pie

Three types of berries make this mini berry pot pie slightly tart, perfect for when you’re craving a little sweet!

Three types of berries make this mini berry pot pie slightly tart, perfect for when you're craving a little sweet

Did you know that today is National Pi{e} Day? I’m celebrating with a few of my friends, and we’d love you to join us! We’ve all made a pie, and mine, obviously, is this pot pie. I just couldn’t resist the cuteness of a single-sized portion to share with you all. The 6 ounce ramekins are perfect for making a fun dessert.

We are definitely pie lovers in this house, but we don’t always finish them. That’s what makes these mini berry pot pies so perfect; they’re just the right single serving size. And, they aren’t overly sweet, either.

We have several favorite pies in our house. Pumpkin pie, pineapple cream pie, apple pie, and blueberry pie. This one is so good, I think it just made the list. I hope you enjoy this triple berry pot pie as much as we did!

Three types of berries make this mini berry pot pie slightly tart, perfect for when you're craving a little sweet

 

Yields 6

Triple Berry Pot Pie

Three types of berries make this mini berry pot pie slightly tart, perfect for when you're craving a little sweet!

20 minPrep Time

50 minCook Time

1 hr, 10 Total Time

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Ingredients

  • 1 single crust of Foolproof Pie Crust
  • 4 cups frozen mixed berries {fresh can also be used}
  • 3/4 cup granulated sugar
  • 1/4 cup all purpose flour
  • 1 tablespoon lemon juice
  • 2 tablespoon unsalted butter

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees
  2. Place 6 3/4 cup ramekins on a baking sheet; set aside
  3. in a heavy saucepan, combine fruit, sugar, flour and lemon juice
  4. Cook over medium-high heat until thickened, about 10 minutes; stir occasionally stirring
  5. Remove from heat and stir in butter
  6. Divide evenly among ramekins
  7. Roll out foolproof pies crust and cut out 6 circles the same circumference as the ramekins
  8. With a fork, poke holes in the crust
  9. Top each fruit-filled ramekin with a circle of crust and bake until crusts are browned, about 30-40 minutes
Cuisine: American | Recipe Type: Dessert
http://www.ilovemydisorganizedlife.com/triple-berry-pot-pie/

 

Welcome to Pi(e) Day hosted by Terri from Love and Confections! Pi Day is celebrated every March 14 by math fans around the world – and also bakers and pastry chefs. Pi is an non-repeating, infinite number represented by the Greek letter π, and used to represent the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter. Today, March 14, 2015, is an extra special Pi Day, because at 9:26:53 AM it creates the “Pi Moment of the Century”. The first ten digits of Pi are 3.141592653 (3/14/15, 9:26 AM and 53 seconds). This exact date and time happens once every hundred years – a once in a lifetime moment for most of us. How cool is that? Today, 21 Food Bloggers have gathered and want to celebrate the fun of Pi by creating their own sweet and savory pies to share with you. Hope you have a delicious day!

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Enjoy a slice from the Pi(e) Day Bloggers:

 

Comments

    • Rachel says

      Lol! Same here, Lynne!

    • Rachel says

      Thanks so much for hosting, Terri! Awesome event, as usual!

  1. says

    I just love these individual pies, Rachel. So perfect for the warmer temps and wonderful to make with juicy spring berries. Happy Pi(e) Day to you!!

  2. says

    Adorable little pies you’ve got there! And the TRIPLE berry combo is definitely appealing to me too! 🙂

  3. says

    Great idea, Rachel! Since there’s just two of us at home most of the time, a full pie can languish. Your little berry pot pies are the perfect solution! I’m pinning them on my Recipes to Try board!

  4. says

    So excited that fresh berries will soon be in season! Can’t wait to make this 🙂

  5. says

    Yumm, I love berry pie and this looks amazing! I did something berry for National PI day also! I would love for you to stove over and see! 🙂
    Cathy

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