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Blueberry Pie in a Jar

Rated as 3.33 out of 5 Stars
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"This is an excellent way to can blueberries for a quick and easy pie. It's virtually identical to the costly canned pie filling found in the grocery store."
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Ingredients

4 h 40 m servings 160
Original recipe yields 42 servings (7 quart jars)

Directions

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  1. Place the blueberries, sugar, lemon juice, salt, and 8 cups of water into a large, non-reactive pot, and bring to a boil over high heat. Dissolve the cornstarch in the remaining 2 cups of water, and stir into the boiling blueberries until thickened. Cook and stir for 2 minutes more.
  2. Ladle into 7 sterilized quart jars with lids and rings. Process in a pressure canner for 5 minutes at 5 pounds of pressure. Remove jars from the canner and place on cloth-covered or wood surface, several inches apart, until cool. Once cool, press top of each lid with finger, ensuring that seal is tight (lid doesn't move up or down at all). Sealed jars can be stored for up to a year.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 160 calories; 0.4 41 0.9 0 169 Full nutrition

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This recipe is a winner with me I pick wild blueberries and cranberries and others that are around. And have used this recipe on both it's nice to go to the pantry and pull out the jar. This wil...

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It tasted watered down, if I make again I will cut way back on the water. It thickened up when I cooked it, but after I canned it was as thin as water. Make only as much as you will use right aw...

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This recipe is a winner with me I pick wild blueberries and cranberries and others that are around. And have used this recipe on both it's nice to go to the pantry and pull out the jar. This wil...

This might say "Pie Filling" but let me tell you it is great on toast or English muffins too. I wish I had a ready supply of blueberries. I would be making this all the time! Thanks for an ea...

It tasted watered down, if I make again I will cut way back on the water. It thickened up when I cooked it, but after I canned it was as thin as water. Make only as much as you will use right aw...

I used this recipe as somewhat a base for Blueberry Pie in a Jar. I packed 17 qts BLUEBERRIES (raw packed), 10 c apple juice & 10 c tropical fruit juice, 2 c sugar, 6 T lemon juice, 1 T cinnamo...

The pie filling is tasty, but I warn everyone who makes it in pint jars to leave a whole inch of headspace because this expanded in the canner and leaked everywhere.

I made this recipe to the exact directions. It turned out too watery for pie filling. It will be great to use as a blueberry syrup for pancakes, French toast or over ice cream. I would suggest l...

I only added 1 tsp. Salt. It turned out perfect. Berries we're still a bit firm and filling thickened nicely. I'll make it again!!

Well this looked fine until I made it. Too much water first. Took hours to cook down. Too much salt. Salty taste Not enough corn starch. I redid it using 5.5 cups water (4 with the berries a...

To much water ! Pie wouldn't set up :(