I feel bad that our cookies and pies never last until Payman gets home to try them. Between us three girls, the homemade blueberry pie didn’t stand a chance.
It was gluten and wheat free, dairy free, egg free, soy free, cane sugar free et cetera. I almost hate listing everything it was free of because I think sometimes people assume it wasn’t good then. The pictures of the kids speak for themselves, though.
“Momma, this is the best blueberry pie I’ve ever had.”
But then, later:
“The crust is so nice but the blueberries. The blueberries are…. RAW! Chef Ariel, you’ve been chopped! You can’t have raw bluberries!”
I assure you the blueberries aren’t raw. And I’m Chef Ariel, by the way. Anyone who watches Chopped on Food Network will get the joke.
I looked at my packages and determined that this pie had about 510 calories, 15.5 grams of fat,203 grams of carbs and 45% of your need of vitamin C. All of the fat came from using coconut oil, which could be changed if you wanted to. I don’t know how this compares to other pies, but I thought someone might find it useful.