Recipe by Carrera
"You can't go wrong with blackberries, peaches, and some spices."
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fresh peaches - peeled, pitted, and sliced
double crust ready-to-use pie crust
The blackberry absolutely makes this pie. I used fresh peach, 1 carton of fresh blackberry (all the store had left) and half frozen. I had a lot of juice left over in the mixture, I did not put this in the pie crust. I also put the cinnamon and nutmeg sprinkled on the fruit before covering it and then another light sprinkle on the top crust. Make sure to line your oven, mine went everywhere, depite the lack of juice kept out. Excellant though. I'd make this again in a heart beat.
I have made this pie twice, using frozen peaches and blackberries and both times it turned out terrible. The problem is too much liquid. The second time I made it I doubled the cornstarch to 6 Tbs. and still terribly liquidy. I'm scratching this recipe because of this problem.
This is wonderful. I had blueberries to use so I substituted those for the blackberries. I added 1 T. sugar to the spices to sprinkle on top. I also increased the corn starch to 4 T. I made my crust with 3 c. flour, 1 t. salt, 1 c. chilled butter, 6-8 T ice water. Instead of trimming the edges I folded the bottom dough over the top dough and crimped together. It took longer to bake than what is directed.
Good pie!! I used Splenda instead of sugar and cooked the filling first. My grandma always cooks her blackberries before puting them in her pies so I did the same. I mixed the blackberries, peaches, corn starch and splenda in a large pan over medium heat until warm. I left as much of the resulting liquid out as possible. I also mixed in a little cinnamon and nutmeg into the filling as well as adding some to the crust after buttered. Turned out great. Not too liquidy. Next time I will cover the perimeter with foil. My outer crust got a little too browened in that first 15 minutes.
I have just started learning to bake and have surprised myself, as well as everyone I know! I have made this pie 5 or 6 times this summer to take to parties, give as gifts, or have at home. The crust looks so amazing and has a nice rich flavor combined with the fresh fruit which creates a step back in time for many people...and they think I'm amazing!! I've used raspberries, blackberries, and blueberries, and I personally prefer the blueberry/peach version. Thank you for a super easy, super fresh, beautiful pie that even a novice can handle!
This was excellent! I didn't have fresh peaches so I substituted canned. My family all most consumed the entire pie in one sitting. I will make it again with real peaches. My husband said,"I am buying fresh blackberries again if this is what happens to them. I don't care how much they were."
This recipe was a hit at my house! I had to make some changes (My pie crust was already cooked). It has a great aroma and it is delicious! Thanks for sharing this recipe! It was the only blackberry peach pie recipe I could find on here!
We picked fresh blackberries at a nearby farm, where we also got the peaches, and used this recipe to make one of two July 4th desserts.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Blackberry Peach Pie
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 163
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