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Red White and Blueberry Pie

I heart berries!  And you all know I heart pie!  Red, White, and Blueberry Pie is just the pie you need for that dessert you’ve been assigned to bring to the picnic!  Oh this pie will impress foe sho.  You can thank me now.

And later….

Red White and Blueberry Pie is not only pretty it tastes out of this world!  The fresh berries and the creamy filling make for the perfect summer time dessert!  The white chocolate lined crust pushes this pie over the top!

 Here are the main players in this pie to end all pies.  I know what your thinking….YUM!

I can’t take credit for this pie….the recipe is from my friend Tina.  Tina my work out buddy who makes killer desserts.  Isn’t that an oxymoron or somethin er another?!  Remember Tina’s Caramel Apple Crunch Pie…yeah, see what I’m saying?  This girl knows how to get her pie on!!

Who remembers my first blog Strawberry Cake?  I love me some strawberries.  I can’t wait until the Michigan berries are ripe, the season in Michigan is short, and last year I missed it because I was out West with my boys…so watch out this year I might just o.d. on strawberries.  If all of the sudden it seems I’ve dropped from the face of the world wide web…send help I’m probably face down in a strawberry patch somewhere.

I’m not going to lie this pie is a bit fussy, but it’s worth it.  Wash clean and dry the strawberries.  Choose out 6-8 that are similar in size, cut them in half, dip them in melted white chocolate, and place them on waxed paper to set.

Ok let’s do this thing!  You’ve got your white chocolate covered strawberries setting up.  The detailed recipe is below but here’s the quick how-to!

1. Now take the remainder of the white chocolate and spread it in the bottom and up the sides of your baked pastry crust.

2. Line the bottom of the pie with the remaining strawberries that you’ve sliced.

3. Now for the White Chocolate Cream filling…yupper spread that over the strawberries. MMMhmm.

4. Place the blueberries you washed, and dried in a nice layer over the cream filling.

Pipe the whipping cream over the edge, or cover the whole gol dern pie with it.  Pick your poison.  I like to pipe it around the edge and decorate with the white chocolate covered strawberries.  Two per piece.  Please and thank you!

What’s your go to dessert for summer?  I’ve got a few.  I’ll be sharing one of my kids favorites summer treats later this week to celebrate National Dairy Month.

OMAGOLSHMAthispah is so delish!  Excuse my manners my mouth was full of pie. Always.  That’s why it’s called a pie hole people!  So there you have it your summer time go-to dessert!

xoxo Sheila

Red White and Blue pie on a red checker board table cloth with red plates, blue napkins and forks

Red White and Blueberry Pie

Full of Fresh Blueberries and Strawberries with a scrumptious white chocolate cream cheese filling topped off with beautiful white chocolate covered strawberries. This Pie is a showstopper!
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Course Dessert
Cuisine Dessert
Servings 6


  • 1 pastry Pie Crust baked and cooled
  • 1 quart Strawberries washed and dried
  • 4 ounces Bakers White Chocolate Squares
  • 8 ounces Cream Cheese
  • 3/4 cup Milk
  • 3 ounce package Instant White Chocolate Pudding mix
  • 1 1/2 cups Blueberries washed and dried
  • 1 pint heavy whipping cream
  • 1 tblsp sugar
  • 1/2 tsp vanilla


  • Prepare pie crust, let cool.
  • In a microwave safe bowl melt white chocolate on high for one minute, stir with spatula, if not completely melted after one minute, return to microwave for 15 seconds, stir and repeat until chocolate is melted and smooth.
  • Dipping Strawberries: Cut 6-8 same sized strawberries in half using a tooth pick dip them in the melted chocolate set them on foil or parchment paper to dry, I like to pop them in the refrigerator to speed up the process of the chocolate hardening.
  • Spread the remainder of the melted chocolate in a thin layer over the bottom and up the sides of your crust.
  • Slice strawberries and layer evenly in bottom of pie over the white chocolate.
  • With your mixer whip together cream cheese, and instant pudding, gradually drizzle in milk. Continue to whip until smooth and fluffy, about 1 minute. Spread cream filling over strawberries.
  • Layer blueberries on top of cream filling.
  • Lastly pipe whipped topping around the edges and decorate with chocolate covered strawberries. Place in refrigerator for 1 hour before cutting and serving.
Keyword blueberry, cheesecake, cream cheese, fresh, no-bake, pie, strawberry, white chocolate
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    1. Served next to that purdy cocktail you just shared on your blog…ooh doggy you will be the belle of the ball for sure! Have a great week! xoxo Sheila

  1. This is totally DELISH! Love everything about it.
    So, here’s what a dork I am: The “title” picture was so gorgeous, I just spent 7 minutes paging up and down in this article to see if you had released a pie cookbook!
    If you do, there’s your cover, girl friend!

    1. Ha! you are so sweet! I would love to write a pie cookbook….someday, in my dreams ; ) Thanks for stopping in xoxoxo Sheila

    1. Cathy, It does scream summer doesn’t it!? I hope you are enjoying your summer. thanks for stopping by! xoxo Sheila

  2. FYI – DeLange’s Redberry Farm says the best picking will start on the 17th! I need a shirt girly!

  3. Sounds yummy! It is a Pampered Chef recipe. So easy and good. Strawberries are just about to finish up in our area, raspberries coming up very soon and blueberries won’t be far behind. I may have to go pick some strawberries before they’re all gone just to make this! I love any excuse to make pie crust!!

    1. I’m not surprised they have some of the yummiest recipes! Yes another pie crust maker…loveya! Thanks for stopping by, Sheila

    1. Coming from Tina…it’s not surprising. Is it Pamprered Chef inspired? It’s very festive and my kiddos love it!

  4. Sheila,
    You pie gal, you! This looks delish and I love the gingham tablecloth, too.
    Soooo good to see you this weekend! I’ll look forward to our next fun get-together.
    Luv ya’!

    1. Hey Yeah I’ve had that table cloth for ever! Was so so good to see you too! till next time friend ; )

  5. What a beautiful dessert, perfect for the 4th of july! I always make classic shortcake (with cream cheese frosting) topped with blueberries, raspberries, and strawberries for summer. It might be time to switch things up!

  6. How cool will this be for 4th of July??? Thinking it’s gonna be a fun project with my kiddos for our picnic. Totally agree on strawberry season by the way…. it’s super short here but so so delicious!