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A slice of homemade fruit pie and I’m sure to happily die while in sugar coma.
Just kidding. Probably not literally die because how can I enjoy that sinful treat? But I will definitely want to drown myself in that delicious bed of sweet goodness. If I live in Foodland, I will take a bath on a fruit pie every day. It’s comfort food for me. Home and childhood are the first things that come to mind whenever I hear about pies. “Something” pie is Mom’s famous dessert. This “something” pie, on the other hand, is Grandma’s specialty. It’s everyone’s favorite dessert to indulge on with a scoop of vanilla ice cream on top!
I’m not that good in making pies most especially if it’s from scratch. But there are some recipes online that can turn even the most non-expert person into something close to one overnight. Just like this blueberry pie recipe from Food Network. It needs a bit of concentration and precision to make, but all the hard work will be worth it in the end. Serve with a scoop (or two) of your favorite brand of vanilla ice cream, top it with a spoonful of blueberry filling, and it’s one heck of a pie serving!
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Quick Tip: You can use a store-bought crust if you don’t have the time to make one or if you’re not confident with your crust-making skill.