Thursday, March 21, 2013

Sour Cream Red Apple and Blueberry Pie

I love this pie recipe...sweet and creamy with a touch of tart from lovely early apples.
It is a recipe out of the Depression Era and has a delightful old fashioned aura.
I made a couple this morning for the cousins coming over tonight...but we did have a little taste for lunch this afternoon.
It was mighty wonderful!

 


I am joining Anne Marie for Pie*ography Thursday.

It is so much fun to share so many decadent pie recipes.
I am still waiting for my Pieography book to come in the mail.
It is beautifully photographed by Traci Thorson and styled by Anne Marie.






This pie was so delicious and a nice turn on the traditional apple pie.









Sour Cream Red Apple and Blueberry Pie

1 pastry crust
Butter Cinnamon Topping {Recipe to Follow}
3 cups tart, early summer apples peeled and finely chopped
1 cup bleberries
1 cup sugar
3 tablespoons flour
2 tsp cinnamon
1 1/4 cups sour cream
1 egg, well beaten
1 tsp. vanilla
1/8 teaspoon salt
1 tsp. cornstarch

{Butter Cinnamon Topping}
1/3 cup sugar
1 tsp ground cinnamon
1/4 cup butter at room temperature

Blend all ingredients in a small bowl thoroughly until it is crumbly.
I use my fingers :).

Line a 9 inch pie plate, greased, with pie shell.
Preheat the oven to 425 degrees.
Set chopped apples and blueberries aside and combine flour, cinnamon, and sugar together.
 Add sour cream, egg, vanilla, salt, and cornstarch; beat until smooth.
Add apples and blueberries and mix well.
Pour into prepared pan and bake for 20 minutes.
Reduce heat to 325 degrees and bake for 20 minutes more.
Remove from oven and  top with Butter Cinnamon Topping.
Bake for another 25 minutes.
Let cool before serving.

Enjoy!






~Julia

16 comments:

A Contrarian's Way said...

Julia,
This pie looks awesome! I went to print it out, but then noticed there was no mention of blueberries anywhere in the recipe. How many? When to add?
Thanks!!
Julie in St. Louis

A Contrarian's Way said...

I am sorry if this is a duplicate post. I noticed there was no line item in your recipe for the blueberries. Did I miss something? Thanks so much! It looks delicious!! I can't wait to make it!
Julie in St. Louis

Keri On said...

Wow! This looks delicious! Will give it a try!
Thanks!
Have a blessed day!

Julia C. said...

Thank you A Contrarian's Way...I fixed the recipe to include the blueberries. How did I miss that??

~Julia

Crossnote said...

Oh my....this looks so good
and your pictures are beautiful as
always...I love visiting here!
Corinne

Karen @ Pieces of Contentment said...

It sure looks delicious!

Anne Marie said...

YOU should have been gracing those pages.....yum yum yum

Jason is going to love this one!

2busy said...

I have a recipe for Sour Cream Apple pie that is really quite similar to this one. It's very delicious. I can imagine that adding the blue berries will only make it better.

Patti said...

This pie looks and sounds yummy! I'll be baking one soon!

Bevy said...

Yumm...

the combo. the photo. the everything about it.

thanks for sharing. Can't wait to give it a spin.

:)

Enjoy your day and evening with cousins.

Candy C. said...

This sounds absolutely scrumptious, it is definitely going on the "must make" list! Your food styling and photography is beautiful, beautiful!! :)

~ko said...

Oh my! Beautiful and delicious :) Looking forward to making this for my mom when she visits next!

Alicia@ eco friendly homemaking said...

Oh now this just looks so delicious!!

cestMoi Sandy said...

Ohhhh call me Dutch really I do not mind! I am Dutch... so... I wonder Blueberries in an Applepie... Sour cream... would I dare?
Maybe I will give it a try.
Do not tell my Dutch Friends though.
It does look very delicious!

By the way...
Giving away a gorgeous top at my end.
Come on over and say hi!

Hopeful said...

Julia,

Lovely, just lovely. I can't help but noticed the pie pan- it's lovely also.

Your blog is so refreshing. Simple beauty is a favorite of mine.

Keeping It Cozy said...

Oh, how delicious! I think sour cream makes the perfect addition to any baked good. :-)

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