Quick Blueberry Pie

By Noreen Doll.

Sometimes I would love to have some blueberry pie, but I just don’t feel like making a pie crust.

Quick Blueberry Pie by Crafty Journal

This is a quick way to make a blueberry pie because all you have to do is put the berries between 2 flour tortillas and bake it.

Quick Blueberry Pie by Crafty Journal


2 Uncooked Flour Tortillas

Uncooked Tortillas

1 1/2 Pints of Blueberries

2/3 Cup Sugar (Use more or less sugar depending on how sweet you want it.)

1/4 Cup Flour

1 Tablespoon Lemon Juice

How to Make Quick Blueberry Pie.

Preheat oven to 400 degrees.

1. Rinse blueberries and remove the stems and the berries that are too soft.

2. Put the sugar and flour in a medium sized bowl and mix.

3. Add the blueberries to the bowl and sprinkle the lemon juice over them.

Stir the blueberries into the flour and sugar mix until they are coated.

4. Lay one of the tortillas into the bottom of a deep pie pan (or an oven proof bowl, like I did).

This allows the juice to bubble out without making a mess in your oven.

5. Pour the berries into the center of the tortilla, and add all the flour and sugar left in the bowl.

Make sure there is about a half inch around the edge that is not covered by blueberries.

6. Wet the entire edge with a bit of water.

Lay the second tortilla on top of the blueberries, and press the edges of the two tortillas together.

Quick Blueberry Pie by Crafty Journal

Use a fork to press deeply all the way around the edge to seal it.

7. Cut some long vents in the top of the pie to release steam while the pie is cooking.

8. Bake at 400 degrees for 20 minutes.

Poke a fork carefully through one of the steam vents to see if the berries are cooked. They will be soft when done.

Quick Blueberry Pie by Crafty Journal

If the pie needs further cooking, turn the heat down to 375 degrees and cook for another 10 to 15 minutes.

Quick Blueberry Pie by Crafty Journal

If there are any leftovers, it makes a great breakfast!

Noreen Doll

Crafty Journal

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  1. I hate making pie crust so this sounds interesting, may have to try it :)

  2. I recently found gluten free tortillas and I am going to try this today. Thanks.

  3. Hi Janet, Were your gluten free tortillas corn tortillas? Or made from other flours? I’m glad to see gluten free is becoming easier to find.

  4. I can not wait to try this. I would have never thought of using tortillas. Thanks

  5. Yum! That looks amazing – and easy!

    I may try this one!

    Thanks for sharing. I came over on Grandma Ideas today.

    Hope you have a blessed day~

  6. This recipe looks so delicious! Hi, I’m Anita visiting from Creative Ways Link Party.

  7. Oh, warm blueberries for a lot fewer calories!!!

  8. I LOVE how easy this is…I’ll have to try it for sure! Visiting from Snickerdoodle Sunday

  9. oh my what a great trick I will have to remember I am sure could be done with other fruit as well

  10. Very easy idea and sounds low in calories too, thanks for sharing it on Dream Create and Inspire.

  11. That looks yummy!! Pinning this to try! :)

  12. This looks like a neat way to make a blueberry pie. I love blueberries! 😀

  13. This looks super yummy! I love me some blueberries! Thank you for linking up with us at the Tips & Tricks Link Party!

  14. I would have never thought to use tortillas as a pie crust. What a brilliant idea! Thanks for sharing with us at Merry Monday:-)

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