If you have an excess of home grown fruit or fruit is well priced at the grocer then homemade fruit pies are a great dessert choice.
This pie has a mouthwatering crust, neither to crispy nor too soft. It's been a family favourite ever since I first baked it.
My daughter picked a load of blackberries so we had the perfect excuse to make a blackberry pie, the end of summer doesn't taste any better than this! The berries do release a lot of juice but I didn't hear any complaints.
My motto – “when the universe gives you lemons, make this lemon blender pie”! This pie, on the other hand, was absolutely to die for and ridiculously easy. You blend, pour and bake. It is crust-less, fuss-less, and no less than spectacular! It is so quick, easy, and delectable, that you will be keeping this recipe on hand for last minute emergency trough requirements again and again. I modified this recipe from one of my mum’s old favourites.
Apricots join a ricotta based almond cream in this easy tart that also includes ingredients like rum and honey to create a family favourite.
This pie is a mixture of strawberries, rhubarb, sugar, lemon juice and butter with a bit of tapioca to thicken the centre then baked in a pre made pastry case.