From a summer strawberry pie to an early autumn blackberry pie, we have loads of irresistible berry pies using the best of seasonal berries.
Huckleberries are wild berries similar in colour and flavour to blueberries. If you can't find huckleberries, feel free to use blueberries for this tasty pie.
This sweet elderberry pie is a perfect way to use elderberries when in season. There's little more to this than elderberries, sugar and pastry - deliciously simple. Use your favourite pastry recipe, or simply buy shop-bought pastry from the supermarket.
Fresh blueberries baked with the bright citrus flavours of lemon juice and rich orange liqueur for a sweet, fruity tart delight. The orange liqueur really brightens the taste of the blueberries and balances their natural sweetness with a deep citrus tang. After baking, the tart is chilled and garnished with fresh whipped cream for an after you won't soon forget!
Serve this American style cranberry pie whilst warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream on top.
Fresh summer raspberries encased in a buttery pastry.
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Fresh strawberries are arranged in a shopbought pastry case, then covered with a fresh strawberry and Grand Marnier glaze. Absolutely easy and delicious! Serve with whipped cream.
Cape gooseberries are also known as Physalis and are not to be confused with regular gooseberries. Physalis are tiny tomato-like fruits in pretty papery husks. They are often used decoratively, but here they steal the show in a simple, sweet tart. Serve with whipped cream.
I bake this blueberry tart every year when blueberries are in season! Warning - highly addictive! The pastry should be allowed to stand for an hour in the refrigerator.
This lovely gooseberry tart is a slightly more intricate tart than the ordinary, but the extra effort pays dividends. It looks incredibly impressive when you serve it at a dinner party or garden lunch.
A delicious change from the classic apple pie. Shortcrust pastry encases a wonderful filling of apples, cranberries, brandy and allspice. Enjoy with cream, custard or ice cream.
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 alot of juice but I didn't hear any complaints!
A pastry case, a good custard, some beautiful strawberries ... and voila! A delicious tart, easy and quick to do. And if you want to save even more time, use a shop-bought pastry case and custard powder!
One of the best fruit combinations for a pie! Chunky apple slices add texture while the blackberries add a natural sweetness and a lovely deep purple colour. Hard to resist served warm with vanilla ice cream or custard!
My daughter loves blueberries so I like to make this pie when blueberries are on offer at the supermarket. You can just as easily use blackberries. It's a nice summer dessert served cold with custard or whipped cream.
This recipe is simple: I didn't include a pastry recipe because the frozen pastry you can buy in the shops is just as good! The gooseberries are cooked with sugar and a bit of cornflour for thickening.
Sliced strawberries are coated with a strawberry jam glaze, arranged on a digestive biscuit base, chilled and served with whipped cream. A lovely summer barbecue or picnic dessert that children simply adore.
Here's the easiest fruit pie you could wish for – a crumbly, half wholemeal shortcrust pastry simply wrapped around a spiced mixture of tangy apples and juicy blueberries, to make a rough parcel with an open top. There's no flan tin to line or pie dish to cover, so it's quick to make and looks sensational too.
This a no-bake recipe. If using frozen blueberries, drain them and use juice instead of water.
A delicious twist to the traditional apple pie! Wonderful when served warm with vanilla ice cream.