Blackberry Pie II
I use tapioca flour mixed with sugar to thicken the berries. The filling will thicken upon cooling, so try not to cut into pie until completely cool.
Berry Rhubarb Pie
This pie won First Place in the Fruit and Berry Category at the American Pie Council's 2000 National Pie Championship.
Blackberry Puff Pastry Tarts
This simple yet delicious recipe is certain to please anyone with a sweet tooth. You can use either puff pastry sheets or shells for this recipe. If you use sheets, put the filling in before you cook the pastry, and then cook them all the way in one go. These are equally good warm or cooled, but I advise against reheating them in the microwave or refrigerating them.
Blackberry Mascarpone Tart with Thyme Shortbread Crust
Buttery shortbread with a hint of thyme, topped with a sweet mascarpone cream and a beautiful blackberry swirl. You'll be sure to impress your guests with this beautiful summer tart!
Double Berry Custard Pie
Fresh berries mix with quick custard for a super-easy, no-bake pie. This is good with any kind of berry–-try blueberries and halved strawberries, too.
Brigid's Blackberry Pie
Blackberries are a plant sacred to the Irish Goddess Brigid and the Norse thunder God Thor! This simple recipe will bring you back to the Old Religion in no time!
Bramblewood Blackberry Pie
This delicious bramblewood pie is very simple to make. I have yet to taste a better blackberry pie.
Bumbleberry Pie I
This pie is a mixture of four flavors: apples, raspberries, blackberries, and rhubarb.
Blackberry Pie III
Blackberries are plentiful where I am, and they taste great. Here is a recipe for such a pie. The pioneers thought that blackberries were a weed. Gradually it came into cookbooks for medicinal purposes - blackberry syrup for cholera and summer complaint. This nuisance became very popular, and the berry is unique and very tasty.
Blackberry Butter Tarts
It's like a butter tart and fruit tart married up. The bitterness of the blackberries complements the sweetness of the butter tart.