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I am not easily impressed when it comes to dessert recipes. Nope – I’ve seen and tried so many delicious pies and dessert bars made from fresh fruits and berries that I was sure “The Ultimate Summer Dessert” was already among them.
But I was wrong. You see, the other day I came across this strawberry rhubarb pie recipe over at Dinner With Julie, and there was something about her blog and the gorgeous images she shared, that made me give this one a try. Oh, my, gosh. I’m telling you, if I had to give up all of my recipes and I could only keep one – this would be it!
Julie’s version of this rather classic dessert is so incredible that I would happily eat it for breakfast, lunch and dinner. And, of course, dessert. I could eat this every day for a month and still not get tired of it!
I’m not sure if it’s that perfect combination of rhubarb, strawberries and brown sugar – or perhaps that mouthwatering crumble topping, that makes this pie so mindblowing. To be honest with you, I don’t care. I just want to eat it, as much and as often as I can.
Recipe and image courtesy of Dinner With Julie.
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Quick Tip: Serve with a scoop of ice cream or a dollop of whipped cream.