Fresh Blueberry or Strawberry Pie (No bake)

Posted by on July 1, 2013 in Pies, Recipes | 60 comments

Yum! A favorite of mine!

Fresh Blueberry or Strawberry Pie

(No bake)

Fresh Berry Pie

Make this delicious no-bake pie!

When berries are in season, I love to make a fresh blueberry or strawberry pie! This recipe (which was handed down from my mother) is for a no-bake pie.  I have no idea where it originated, but grew up loving it and have made it all my married life for my own family! I like it when the berries stay whole and the blueberry or strawberry sauce gently coats each luscious, plump berry. Add whip cream or ice cream and you have a fabulous dessert!

The crust is a cookie-like crust and goes so well with a fresh blueberry or strawberry pie. I like it better than a graham cracker crust. You mix this crust right in the glass pie pan. No need to dirty another dish!

Fresh Blueberry Pie


Crust Ingredients:

1   1/2 cup of flour

1   1/2 tsp. sugar

1 tsp. salt

1/2 cup vegetable oil + 2 Tbsp. milk – beat together


Crust Directions:

Add flour, sugar and salt into an ungreased 9 inch glass pie pan.( I always use a glass pie pan for all my pies! Your pies turn out better!)

Fresh Blueberry Pie

Whip vegetable oil and milk together and add to dry mixture in the glass pie pan

Fresh Blueberry Pie Crust


Mix with a fork (the consistency gets like soft playdough) and press mixture with your hands into a pie crust working the outer edges first.

Fresh Blueberry Pie Crust

Prick pie crust with a fork  and bake @350 degrees for 15-20 minutes (this will stay very light in color)

blueberry pie crust



Let crust cool completely!


Blueberry Filling:


2 and 1/2 pints of fresh blueberries:     Rinse 1 dry pint of blueberries and shake water off. This is for the blueberry sauce.  Rinse off the other  1   1/2 pints of blueberries and let dry. (Save for pie)

1 dry pint of blueberries , rinsed

1 cup sugar

3 Tbsp cornstarch

Juice of one lemon  (approx. 3 tbsp of lemon juice if using bottled juice)

Fresh Blueberry Pie

Shake off water and dry somewhat before using.


Add 1 pint of washed semi-dry blueberries to a saucepan.

Add 1 cup of sugar, 3 Tbsp. of cornstarch and juice of a lemon.  Stir before placing on the burner.

With saucepan on the burner,  stir until bubbly and thickened. Be sure to stir vigorously and lower heat so it doesn’t burn on the bottom! Use a double boiler if you can’t stir it constantly! (Using a double boiler takes a lot longer, however.)

Cool thickened blueberry sauce until just slightly warm to the touch. (not hot)

Blueberry Pie sauce


Place 1 -1/2 pints of berries into the cooled pie crust. Spoon blueberry mixture over the berries, slightly moving them so mixture covers the berries. Refrigerate until set for at least 3 hours.

Fresh Blueberry pie

Serve with whip cream or ice cream!

Strawberry Pie – Please note one important difference!

This same recipe works with strawberries. Use the same ingredients, but just substitute strawberries  Be sure the strawberries are dry when placing them in the pie shell! (Note one important difference!) Use only 1 dry pint of strawberries for the cooked glaze. Strawberries come in quarts and not pints so be careful not to use the quart of strawberries for the sauce.  I always save a pint box so I can measure that amount of whole berries. If you use more, the glaze will be too runny! You can tell how old this recipe is because I remember as a kid that strawberries always came in a green plastic pint boxes or sometimes wooden boxes. (Maybe you can tell my age, too) The recipe says “1 box”of strawberries and if you use the quart, it won’t turn out! Remember to adjust!!!


Fresh Berry Pie

Placing a few blueberries in with the strawberries makes it look patriotic!


This makes a great 4th of July recipe, too! Make it red, white and blue by topping the blueberry pie with a strawberry or add a few blueberries to the strawberry pie! (Note: By adding strawberries to the blueberry pie, they don’t show up very well with the blueberry coating)

Fresh Berry Pie

Pie with glaze.

Whether strawberry or blueberry, this pie is delicious!

Fresh Berry Pie

A bit patriotic for the 4th of July!



Fresh Blueberry Pie


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  1. Hi Phyllis! Just wanted to let you know that your recipe for berry pie was my main feature on You Link It, We Make It this morning! It was so yummy and so simple. Thank you for a wonderful recipe. I hope you’ll stop by and link up again! Have a great Wednesday!

    • Yes, it is a great recipe. So easy, too!

  2. Is there a print version for this recipe?

    • I have someone that is working on setting it up! Sorry, right now there isn’t!

  3. Yum, yum! Thanks for sharing at Idea Box.

  4. Berries are my favorite! Looks so yummy! Thanks for sharing at the Home Matters Linky Party and hope you will be back. Thanks, Rhonda

    • So fun to have such nice fresh fruits in the summer to enjoy!

  5. This sounds delicious!

    Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J & J!

    • Not just “sounds” , but really is!

  6. Wow your blueberry pie looks so good. Thanks for sharing the recipe to make one at the Cooking & Crafting with J&J link party!

    • It is a wonderful pie to serve and so easy to make. I’m making one today!

  7. I love your Fresh blueberry pie, love if you share this on Fabulous Friday, have a great week
    Hugs Maria

    • Yes, I’ll be over!

  8. This looks amazing and so easy for someone like me who practically can’t bake! I’m off to the strawberry fields today and this sounds like and ideal thing to do afterwards #PoCoLo

    • YUM! Fresh-picked makes the pie even better!

  9. Never could make a pie, but sure would enjoy a big slice of this strawberry.

    • You can make this one! It is very easy!

  10. Sounds so good and summery! Thanks for sharing with the Thursday Blog Hop!

    • It is and I’m making one today!

  11. They are so simple and so delicious!

  12. It’s berry season and I love it. I am so thankful for this no bake recipe! Thanks for linking at The Yuck Stops Here to help #stoptheyuck. Hope to see you again this week.

  13. Looks delicious and no-bake makes it perfect!!! Thank you so much for linking up at Tasty Tuesday! Your recipe has been pinned to the Tasty Tuesday Pinterest board! Please join us again this week!

  14. These look delicious. I’ll have to try that crust too. Thank you for sharing at What We Accomplished Wednesdays. Have a great week!


  15. Looks delicious! Perfect for all the fresh blueberries in season right now.
    Thanks for sharing your recipe with us at Project Inspire{d}!

  16. That fruit looks absolutely delicious. What a great pie recipe; I love that it’s no-bake. Thank you for linking at the In and Out of the Kitchen Link Party. Hope to see you again next week.

  17. YUM! Thanks so much for sharing it at the Friday Frenzy – hope to see you again this Friday!

  18. No bake? Sign me up! Thanks for linking up to Snickerdoodle Sunday!

  19. I recently tried this blueberry pie — so good!! Thanks for linking up to Gingerly Made.

    • Glad you liked it! My husband loves it!

  20. I am not big on pies – but oh my goodness that fruit – you pulled me in with those amazing looking fresh fruits!

  21. This looks yummy! I’ve pinned it to my strawberries board 🙂 We’re picking strawberries next week. I might have to try it then. Thanks for sharing!

    • It is easy and yummy! Happy picking! Fresh picked strawberries even make it better!

  22. I am here from Wonderful Wednesday and I am pinning this delish recipe!

    • It’s an old, but great one!

  23. Phyllis this looks delicious! We love blueberries around our house and can devour them far to quickly! Thanks for this great recipe! Featuring you this week on Saturday Show & Tell! 🙂

  24. This looks wonderful! Thanks for linking it up to last week’s pin-it party. I’m featuring it as one of my favorites from last week. Can’t wait to see what you’ll add this week!

  25. These look so amazing! My m-i-l is a pie pro so i have streered away from making them…they do peach and apple but i am a berry pie lover!!! I am so hungry for one now that the kids and I will be tackling one this weekend! Tanks for sharing at the Friday Follow Along!!! Swing by today!

  26. This looks great! I think I would cheat and buy a premade crust just so I didn’t heat the house up with the oven. New follower via Bloglovin from Raising Imperfection Linkup. Would love to have you stop by at

    • Your store bought crust won’t be as good, but the filling will be great! Enjoy!

  27. Visiting from the Raising Imperfections blog hop! This looks so good!!

  28. Great recipes…perfect for the season! I think I will give the strawberry one a try! Thanks for sharing! I came over Bewitch me and Titi’s party! have a great day,

  29. You have a wonderful blog!! I’m your newest Bloglovin follower from the “Raising Imperfection“ blog hop – this is my blog if you wanted to follow back:
    PS – I would also like to invite you to a blog hop called: “The Great Blog Train” currently live on my blog (the kind of hop where you link up your homepage)– Thank you!

  30. Oh, wish I could go berry picking with you! They make the best pie! Enjoy!

  31. No-Bake is SO perfect for this time of year. I’m following on Bloglovin, visiting from the Raising Imperfection hop.

  32. This looks great! Stopping by from Raising Imperfection. Here from Mom Imperfect.


  33. This looks wonderful! Pinning! Hopping over from Raising Reagan. =)

    I would love for you to share and link up at my weekly TGIF Link Party if you haven’t already this week. Your favorite posts, most popular, recent or new! The party is open every Thursday night and closes Wednesday’s at midnight. Followed by (Not SO) Wordless Wednesday! I would be honored if you join us! Have a wonderful week!

    Hugs, Cathy

  34. Looks fantastic!

  35. That looks so incredibly delicious! I stopped by because I’ll be co-hostessing Raising Imperfection with you this week. Just thought I’d come say hi! Have a great weekend!
    Tina @ Mommynificent

  36. I can’t wait to try this! Berries are my favorite fruit, and my kids. I pinned this for later! Thanks for sharing at the Friday Follow Along. Hope to see you again soon.

  37. YUM! Visiting from the Gotta Create blog hop! Feel free to link this one up at our Red, White & BBQ Ladies Only Blog Share link party which is now live! 🙂

  38. i would say that looks really yummy and so delicious. I like to try it and hope for a good result.

  39. That looks soooo good! I just found your blog via ABFOL. I am just starting a new link-up party and I’d love for you to share your projects!

  40. Yummy! These are my two favorite fresh fruit pies. Your pictures look so good! Now I wanna make some!

  41. Your pie crust sounds so easy, I will try this very soon! Love the tip about the glass too, thanks,

  42. This looks amazing! Nothing better than fresh fruit this time of year!

    • It is so easy with this crust, too!

  43. Hi Phyllis,
    Your pies look delicious and your crust (that’s my hardest part)! The strawberries look scrumptious. I would love for you to come to my link party Tuesday Trivia at
    I’m now following you bloglovin and e-mail.
    Happy 4th of July.
    Wanda Ann @ Memories by the Mile

  44. Phyllis, I LOVE your blog! Thanks for sharing your great crafts and recipes.

    • Thanks so much! I’m having fun with it!


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