I made this dish for a backyard crawfish boil and everyone loved it. I also plan to bring this to Easter dinner at the in-laws house. My kids also love this dessert.
Spring Strawberry Pie
pcmzm1 Posted: 04/12/09
sammybaby Posted: 06/15/09
This was a super delicious! The only thing I would do differently is use a different crust recipe so that it keep its shape.
Ltoeat Posted: 07/23/11
Since Blueberries were buy one get one free, I did a mixture of Blueberries and strawberries. Very easy to make. It is hard to find small strawberries, so I just quartered big ones.
NOLAleigh Posted: 04/14/12
My family and friends love this pie. Very light and delicious. I sort the smaller berries for the pie and slice the larger ones to cook. One of the few recipes I pretty much follow as written. The crust does crumble and it is difficult, if not impossible, to keep the pieces in tact when serving. Whatever this pie lacks in presentation it makes up for in taste!
jubileeb Posted: 08/13/12
From the reviews I knew to expect this pie would be a bit crumblier. I wonder if just another tablespoon of butter in the crust and an extra hour in the fridge would help. This is a great recipe for the people in your life who love to eat healthy and want a light healthy-tasting desert. Pretty much followed everything verbatim in the recipe and had many strawberries left over. Good advice to slice the big ones and save the littler ones to use whole.
thebaudl Posted: 04/07/13
i thought this was delicious! i knew to expect more of a crumble and everyone loved it.
Semiresponsive Posted: 05/19/12
This was a wonderful flavor combination. I wasn't able to make it come out as "pie" so much as a crumble (despite the lovely pie plan I had...). I think next time I'm going to turn it into a layered dessert like a trifle. But you really can't beat that balsamic/strawberry combination!