Grace's Triple Berry Pie with Orange, Ginger, and Almond Streusel
"This is my favorite summer pie because it has classic elements — a scrumptious berry filling and a buttery bottom crust — in addition to a unique topping with an incredible flavor combination."—Grace E.
Robyn's Every Berry Hand Pies
"First, a disclaimer. These aren't every berry, just every berry I could get my hands on. I encourage you to seek as many berries as you can, summer is fleeting and there are still so many berries out there. The idea is every and any berry can go into these hand pies. And I love, love, love hand pies, they really are the perfect summer dessert. They're right there for you at the beach, at the barbecue, at the baseball game. They're casual, like summer; striped down, simple and gone before you know it!"—Robyn F.
Laura's Blueberry Pie
"Nothing says summer more than a pie full of fresh blueberries. A hint of orange and spice is all that's needed to make the blueberries shine!"—Laura D.
Ruth's Blueberry Lemon Mascarpone Cookie Crust Tart
"Blueberries are in season! Here is a a Blueberry Lemon Mascarpone Cookie Crust Tart. I like this tart because it’s an easy and quick dessert to whip up during the weekday and it’s also pretty enough to serve when entertaining company. Biscoff cookies make a great alternative to your typical graham cracker crust and the sweetness of in-season blueberries paired with zesty citrus notes of lemon are my favorite combination!"—Ruth D.
Sonya's Peach-Blueberry Crumb Pie
"Juicy ripe peaches and plump blueberries come together in this perfect summer pie, topped with a cinnamon sugar crumb."—Sonya K.
Linda's Gluten Free Vegan Peach Pies
"My favorite pie hack: sprinkle topping over fruit and press down firmly to form a makeshift crust. Perfect for these gluten free, vegan, and very rustic peach pot pies."—Linda D.
Lori's Strawberry Icebox Pie
"This pie is surprisingly simple to make, and tastes great. How can you go wrong with graham cracker crust, fresh strawberries, whipped cream, and homemade strawberry "goo"?"—Lori Y.