Alrighty folks, can I get a drum roll please! Today I have none other than Leca from Leca Unplugged here today to share a freakin' ridiculous recipe with you all, can I get a Woot Woot!! Please give her your undivided attention and a very warm Smashed Peas and Carrots welcome, you'll be oh-so-happy you did :)
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Hello! My name is Leca from Leca Unplugged and I'm a Target addict. Whew. Now that I have that off my chest we can be friends. If you want to come over to play at my blog you'll get a quick dose of humor to boost your day. I love to laugh and write... or laugh while I'm writing... or write and then laugh at it. Either way, I have a lot of fun blogging and keeping things interesting.
I'm really excited that Maggie is letting me take over for her today. So buckle up your seat belt-- it's going to be a crazy ride with me at the wheel.
First, here are a few things you need to know about me. I am a mother of four really great kids. I love to tell a good story, cake is my kryptonite, I'm super good at picking the icky things off of any food item and I can tell you where every bathroom is located within a fifty mile radius. I've got mad skills-- I know.
Today we're going to be talking summer fun pies. There is nothing better than a fun summer dessert to get the pool parties started. If you are looking to impress your company with something amazing-- this is the recipe for you. So here we go.
Leca's Blueberry Pie
2 Pints of fresh blueberries (washed and cleaned)
2/3 C. sugar
2 T. flour
Mix ingredients together in a bowl. Grease one pie pan and line with Pillsbury Pie Crust. Pour mixed ingredients into the pie crust. Set aside.
3/4 C. flour
1/3 C. sugar
1 stick butter
Fork together ingredients until it is nice and crumbly. Pour over pie and bake at 400 degrees for 45-50 minutes (or until golden and bubbly around the edges).
I always use the Pillsbury ready made crusts because it's easy and it turns out great every time. I pinch the crust sides to make it look nice and pretty.
Next take the blueberries, sugar and flour.
Mix them all together so the berries get a nice coating.
Pour the blueberries into your pie crust.
Crumble together your flour, sugar and butter.
Pour your crumble mixture on top of your berries.
Bake it until its nice and golden.
If you want to change it up you can use any summer fruit for this pie. I like to make a version of this with black raspberries from my yard. I've also tried peach, apple (just add a teaspoon of cinnamon to the apples), raspberry, cherry-- any fruit you would like. Tweak it until you find the perfect pie for you.
I like to serve mine pipin' hot with a little vanilla ice cream melting down the side. Oh baby!
**After baking this pie you need to find a quiet little corner and snarf a quick piece before sharing. Trust me-- it's THAT GOOD!**
Enjoy your pie and stop by for a visit some time at Leca Unplugged . I'd love to see you again friend.
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Holy Cats that pie looks ah-mazing, doesn't it!! And can I tell you how much I love those pie-eating pics, I'm telling you Leca is a freakin' hi-larious! Thank you soooo much for stopping by today!!!
Okay ladies and gents, seriously, head on over to Leca Unplugged and get ready to roll on the floor laughing...you may want to tape some swiffer pads to your body first though, might as well clean the floor while your down there :)