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Mini Blueberry Pies–In A Muffin Tin!

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What could possibly be better than homemade blueberry pie?

How about fifteen single-serving blueberry pies that you can bake IN A MUFFIN TIN?

These hand-held blueberry pies are the perfect summer dessert – bursting with sweet blueberries. They’re easy to make, portable, and completely delicious. Just pick one up, bring it to your mouth, and repeat!

Try them with a scoop of my homemade Coconut Ice Cream.

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**Fourth Of July Variation**

If you need a cute dessert for the upcoming Fourth Of July (it’s next week!), make just half a batch of the blueberry filling and turn the other half into strawberry filling instead.

Then alternate stuffing the pie crusts with blueberry or strawberry filling to make adorable and festive Fourth Of July mini fruit pies.

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Mini Blueberry Pies–In A Muffin Tin!

Adapted from: Mini Apple Pies, In A Muffin Tin

Mini Blueberry Pies–In A Muffin Tin!

Total Time: 14m
Yield: 15 mini pies
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Ingredients

  • 3/4 cup spelt, white, or ap gf flour
  • 1/4 tsp baking powder
  • 1/4 tsp cinnamon
  • 1/8 tsp salt
  • 1/4 cup unrefined sugar
  • 3 1/2 tbsp cold buttery spread (or oil, see note)
  • 1 cup blueberries, fresh or frozen-thawed
  • 1 tsp arrowroot or non-gmo cornstarch
  • 1 tbsp pure maple syrup, agave, or honey
  • 1/2 tsp pure vanilla extract, optional

Instructions

*Using oil yields a crispier crust, while using non-hydrogenated buttery spread yields a softer crust.

Preheat the oven to 350 F. Grease a mini muffin tin well. If desired, put a very long, thin strip of parchment inside each tin (to more easily remove the pies when they’re done). Set aside. Combine the first 6 ingredients, completely breaking up the butter until fine crumbles form. Press around 2 tsp dough firmly into the bottom of each tin. Stir together remaining ingredients in a bowl. Place a little over 1 tsp of this blueberry filling on top of each crust. Divide remaining crumble—around 2 additional tsp per muffin tin—over the filling, pressing firmly down. Bake on the center rack, 14 minutes or until crust is golden and mostly set. Let cool at least 10 minutes before either pulling up the parchment strip or simply going around the sides of the pies with a knife.

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Published on June 26, 2017

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  1. Sue says

    Can’t wait to make these! Blueberries are just about my favorite fruit. I’ll have to use real butter, though 🙂

  2. Betty Chrastka says

    Can these be made in a standard muffin tin? I don’t have a mini. Adjust how much crust and filling. Bake longer — around 20 minutes?

    • Jason Sanford says

      Yes they definitely can. You will have to experiment with baking time. Be sure to report back if you do!

  3. Kathryn says

    This looks amazing! Is the crust the same as your mini apple pies? Because I LOVE those! Should the berries be mashed or left whole?

    • Jason Sanford says

      It’s the same! If the blueberries are large then I’d definitely mash them. If they’re the small wild blueberry variety then there’s no need.

  4. Cassie Tran says

    Here’s the thing: I would eat ALL FIFTEEN of those homemade blueberry pies. Hey, maybe that’s not an ENTIRELY bad thing? Hahaha, I definitely have to make these soon!

  5. Debbie says

    I made these today with gluten free flour. They certainly did not look as good as the ones on Katie’s web site but they taste absolutely delicious. They were really easy to make. I am constantly watching my blood sugar as my body can’t process fats and carbohydrates (I no longer have a gall bladder) so this was a nice treat for me. I am able to have a small amount of sugar each week so I really appreciate Katie’s recipes.

  6. Debbie Sebastian says

    These pies were absolutely delicious and very easy to make. I have to watch my blood sugar so I am only able to have a little dessert once a week. So, I really appreciate Katie’s recipes.

  7. Faridabadcake says

    This looks amazing! Mini Blueberry Pies are so tasty and delicious. I have tried this recipe so many time. Amazing.

  8. Lisa says

    I just wanted to thank you for such an amazing recipe, I made these last night and have to say they were THE best pies I’ve ever eaten, the only thing I did different was use high altitude whole wheat flour, I live 9000 ft elevation, and I made four different pies, blueberry, apple, cherry, and strawberry, and after eating all flavors I still don’t know which I love most, again thank you so much…and I made sure I reposted your recipe, it is much deserving.

  9. Bappers says

    I made these today and they came out terrible. Please could you let me know what I did wrong? I used olive oil and regular white flour, all other ingredients were exactly what you used. I did use a regular muffin tin and used muffin liners. I baked them for almost 25 mins and the base and too crumble still appeared to be raw and not browning. Where did I go wrong? 🙁

    • Jason Sanford says

      Probably making them not mini? Also I don’t know that I’d recommend baking with olive oil. Usually they say to use vegetable or canola or coconut oil for baking and olive is more of a savory oil because of its flavor. But I’m not a pro cook or anything, I just bake a lot 🙂
      Jason

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