Blueberry Custard Pie is a simple, nutritious delight to add to your culinary repertoire. Sustainable food near me or you is a mindset and lifestyle that adds to your state of health and well being. Get to know your farmers and their markets, restauranteurs and grocers who support small farms. Join a food coop. Learn to garden, even if it's a few pots of herbs on your windowsill. Eating something so fresh will change your perspective and overall outlook on life.
Access to a sustainable food source is more than just shopping and eating. It's a nesting in your home, creating what I call a "live kitchen", where everything is a succession from raw ingredients and continuing through to ready to eat. It's learning the joy of preparing quick foods for when you're on the go to make sure you have the most energy at all times. It's a regular walk in the peaceful place of plants and animals that give us food.
I get my blueberries from my friend at The Ithaca Farmers Market, John from Glenhaven Farm Winery. Every year I'll get 12 quarts or 48 pints. We eat them fresh while I prepare them for the freezer. That we will have 1 quart a month (or a pint a week), until the next year's crop.
This Blueberry Custard Pie recipe has a shortbread style crust. The recipe calls for 1 pint of fresh or frozen blueberries. All of my ingredients are organic or natural, therefore they retain all of their natural sweetness, which burst with flavor. Since Andy and I prefer to enjoy life without much added sugar, it is included in the recipe as optional.
If you are wheat free, substitute chickpea, buckwheat, coconut, rice, or any flour that you prefer. A shortbread style crust is simple. Any flour will do.
1/2 cup flour (pastry, bread or all purpose)
1/2 cup graham flour (if you can't find any, then use 1 cup of the kind of flour you have on hand, or 1/2 and 1/2 of 2 different complimentary flours)
1/2 cup oil (I prefer olive oil, but you can use any oil or softened butter)
1 pint of blueberries (fresh or frozen)
1 1/2 cups milk
2 eggs (carefully wash with soap and water before cracking open)
1/4 cup flour (pastry, bread or all purpose - the choice is yours)
1/4 cup sugar or honey (optional)
1 raw apple
1. Preheat the oven to 350℉
2. Place the flours in the pie plate.
3. Pour the oil over the flour and mix thoroughly with a fork. Using the fork, evenly press the mix onto the pie plate, across the bottom and up the sides, taking care to make the top edge even. This is your crust.
4. Pour the blueberries in the crust and spread them evenly across the bottom.
5. In a bowl, mix the 2 eggs, milk, flour, and sugar so all is evenly blended.
6.Pour over the berries and bake for about 45 minutes until the custard is golden brown and a little puffed up.
7. While the pie is baking, peel, core and slice the apple. When the pie comes out of the oven, arrange the sliced apples on top of the steaming hot pie.
8. Let your Blueberry Custard Pie cool and serve.
Moisturize, hydrate, and nourish your lips with wonderfully luxurious
Leave your lips moist and smooth for many hours. Soothes severely chapped lips.
Your coupon code will be in the subscription confirmation e mail. The coupon is valid with any purchase.
Get industry news, sales, & specials, before everyone else when you subscribe below
soap and money
How much soap money does a shower cost you?
Let's say you spend $3.00 on a bar of soap and it lasts for 7 days of showers. That's $.43 per shower.
For your next bar of soap, you spend $8.50. That seems like a lot of money, except it lasts for 8 weeks or 56 showers. That's $.15 cents per shower. F.Y.I.: One bar lasts me and Andy 6 weeks of daily showers - 84 showers.
Good soap is cost effective. More
Visit Menla Mountain Retreat in Phoenicia, NY. where Ithaca Soap is in every guest room and in the spa.
traveling? check our locations page