Recipes tagged with: fresh

Blueberry Lemon Tart
  • Prep Time: 35 minutes plus chilling (1 hour)
  • Baking Time: 50-60 minutes

Blueberry Lemon Tart

Combine two favorites -- blueberries and lemons -- and what do you get?  A new favorite!  The blueberries are nestled in a sweet-tart lemon custard, all enthroned on a buttery crust.  

Fresh Peach & Raspberry Tart
  • Prep Time: 45 minutes (plus 1 hour for peaches)
  • Baking Time: 15 minutes for tart shell

Fresh Peach & Raspberry Tart

Usually I say peach pie is my favorite, but this fresh peach and raspberry tart might be even better.  The nutty almond crust says "I love you" to the peaches, the raspberries add color, and the not-too-sweet peach glaze holds it all together with joy.  Try it!

Blackberry Ginger Pie
  • Prep Time: 30 minutes
  • Baking Time: 1 hour

Blackberry Ginger Pie

When fresh blackberries are in season, grab them!  Make yourself happy!  The ginger in this pie gives it a subtle spark that is delightful.  Best when served a tiny bit warm with vanilla ice cream.

Key Lime Pie
  • Prep Time: 30 minutes
  • Baking Time: 10

Key Lime Pie

It's cool!  It brings sweet and tart together and serves it up, cool and refreshing, just when you need it.  It's an easy recipe that can be made ahead.

Pineapple Pie
  • Prep Time: 45 minutes
  • Baking Time: 50-60 minutes

Pineapple Pie

Oh!  It's so different and celebrates a deserving fresh, juicy fruit.  I especially love this because it's not as sweet as many pies, nor as rich (unless you add the always-tempting swirl of whipped cream). 

Cutie Creamsicle Pie ©
  • Prep Time: 45 minutes plus lots of chill time, plus crust
  • Baking Time: none

Cutie Pie ©

There’s something dreamy about ice cream bars that combine orange sherbet and vanilla ice cream.  Remember those?  This pie is reminiscent of those, but better.  First, there’s a whole lot more of it, enough to share!  Then, it swirls 2 favorite flavors:  fresh orange and vanilla cream.   Finally, you can do either a winter version (cold but not frozen) or summer version (icy).  Either will win you points with friends and family.  It features Cuties® brand clementine oranges, which are extra flavorful and provide an inviting soft color.

Buttermilk Pie
  • Prep Time: 20 minutes plus crust
  • Baking Time: 45 minutes

Buttermilk Pie

It screams for berries!  It's the perfct palate -- delicate, with a hint of lemon -- for fresh berries, whether raspberries, blueberries, blackberries, strawberries or some other favorite.  Made with ingredients on hand, you can bring home the berries, put the pie together, and enjoy it within a couple of hours.  It doesn't even have to cool completely, like most pies.  It's easy, breezy and delicious. 

Lammas Mama's Lemon Meringue Pie
  • Prep Time: 1 hour minutes (plus crust)
  • Baking Time: 1 minute under broiler

Lammas Mama's Lemon Meringue Pie

Clouds of meringue float above perky, fresh lemon pudding nestled in a light crust with crunch.  So many good things in one place!  "Lammas" refers to the midway point between summer solstice and the fall equinox, which is when this recipe was created.  And "Mama's" comes from the fact that the luscious Meyer's lemons used came from my Mom's tree! 

Banana Cream Pie
  • Prep Time: 20 minutes plus chilling & crust
  • Baking Time: 15 minutes for crust

Banana Cream Pie

Who doesn't have ripe bananas around every now and then?  This is a perfect way to use them:  nestled in a crisp crust and crowned with an elegant (but easy!) vanilla pudding.  Oh, my gosh!  So good

Fresh Fig Tart
  • Prep Time: 5 hours, including chillilng
  • Baking Time: 15 minutes

Fresh Fig Tart

If you love figs, you'll love this!  A slightly nutty crust, vanilla custard, the sweet burst of fresh figs, and a hint of sweet/tart chocolate bring people back for more.

Fresh Kiwi Blueberry Tart
  • Prep Time: 30 minutes plus chilling
  • Baking Time: 40-45 minutes

Fresh Kiwi Blueberry Tart

It's so pretty!  It's enticing and light, perfect for summer.

Fresh Fig Tart
  • Prep Time: 10 minutes for crust, plus chilling/baking, 15 minutes for filling
  • Baking Time: 15 minutes

Fresh Fig Tart

Mmmmm, for those of us who love fresh figs, this is a gem!  The crust has a cookie quality to it -- not too sweet -- that embraces the cream cheese filling, which compliments the fresh figs.  Then there's the chocolate drizzle, which brings it all together for an easy early fall treat.

Scarlet Raspberry Dream Pie
  • Prep Time: 1 hour plus pie shell. Allow 2+ hours chilling time as well.
  • Baking Time: 12 - 15 minutes

Scarlet Raspberry Dream Pie

Bewitching.  That's this pie!  Fresh, sweet red raspberries and dark chocolate buttercream are a winsome pair. The judges deemed it "Best of Show" at the NM State Fair Pie Contest 2014.

Adams Street Cherry Pie
  • Prep Time: 20 minutes (plus pitting the cherries and making the crust)
  • Baking Time: 50-60 minutes

Adams Street Cherry Pie

There's something about locally grown cherries, tart, bright red, enrobed in a sweet vanilla and almond sauce, all wrapped in a flaky crust, that just makes my mouth water. And this version won a blue ribbon in 2008!

Royal Rhubarb Pie
  • Prep Time: 45 minutes, including crust
  • Baking Time: 50 minutes

Royal Rhubarb Pie

When rhubarb arrives, we know it's officially spring.  Get some!  Make this pie!  See the recipe for what mellows the tartness and sweetness together, making it "royal."

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