Bake With Sweet Maddie Jane- Homemade Blackberry Pie Recipe!

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Baking has always been a passion of mine. When I was younger, I had my heart set on opening my own bakery called “Sweet Maddie Jane’s”! Pies are one of my favorite desserts to make (blackberry is my favorite) because they are easy, fun to decorate, and they are the perfect dessert for any time of year because the filling is seasonal! It’s been a few years since the blackberry bushes at my grandparent’s house have yielded enough for a pie. Usually the birds and bugs get them first, but not this time! I am so excited to be sharing my Blackberry Pie Recipe on the blog today and I hope you all enjoy this tasty treat as much as I do!! Thanks for reading!!!

With Love,

Sweet Maddie Jane

 

Sweet Maddie Jane’s Blackberry Pie

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Filling:
2 cups fresh blackberries
1/2 cup sugar
1/4 cup light brown sugar
2 tsp corn starch
Pinch of salt
Dash of cinnamon

Combine ingredients and put over low heat for about 20 minutes or until all sugar is dissolved.

Pie crust:

For the sake of sweet time and decorating, I love using the Ready-To-Bake Pie crusts from the store. They come with two, perfectly rolled crusts that are easy to cut and mold to make adorable “pie art”! When I’m feeling frisky, I’ll go all out and make a homemade crust. This recipe is always my go-to for flakey, delicious homemade pie crust:
http://www.yourhomebasedmom.com/perfect-pie-crust-tutorial/

While the pie filling is simmering, butter a pie pan and put down the first crust. Once you’ve shaped the crust to the pan, mix 1 egg in a bowl with 1/4 cup of sugar. Brush this mixture on the bottom crust and put it in the oven for about 15 minutes. I’ve found that this helps to get a more crispy bottom crust, and avoid the dreaded gooey, doughy crust.

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Then, on a piece of wax paper, cut your top crust to create your desired design. I love cutting out words (mainly puns) to decorate with; “Perfect Pear”, “I love you berry much”, “Apple of My Pie”, etc. I use a normal steak knife to cut out my letters and lattice strips, but I dream of one day having alphabet pie cutters and all of those fancy tools which would make this part much easier!!

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Once you’ve achieved your pie art design, take the bottom crust out of the oven and fill it with the pie filling. Then, top it off with your pie crust designs. I like to brush the top crust as well with the egg wash to make it more flakey and browned, but I would suggest doing it closer to when the pie is finished baking to avoid a burnt crust!

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Bake the pie for about 30 minutes at 350 degrees.

Voila! Serve and enjoy your sweet berry pie!!

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