•1 Pie Crust for 9 or 10-inch pie (I used frozen, duh. if you are fancy make your own)
Pie Crust Filling:
•2 tablespoons flour
•1/8 teaspoon salt
•3/4 cup sugar
•2 cups blueberries (just get a huge bag frozen unless you have a lot of fresh ones)
•1 cup whipping cream, not whipped
•1 tablespoon apple cider vinegar
•1 teaspoon vanilla
•1/2 cup butter
•1 cup flour
•1/2 cup brown sugar
Instructions for Pie Filling:
Combine flour, salt, and sugar in a large bowl. In a separate bowl mix the egg, whipping cream, apple cider vinegar, and vanilla together. Slowly combine the sugar mixture with the whipping cream mixture. Mix until smooth and then add the blueberries. Make the pie crust and roll out flat. Cut out pie rounds that are bigger in size , by at least 1/2-inch, than your ramekins. I am gangster and used an empty can out of the recycling.
Place crust in bottom of 1/2 pint mason jars, pricking bottom with a fork. Add around 5 tablespoons blueberry pie mixture to each mason jar. Do not add more trying to fill the jar up! Especially if you are me and use
And... I may have served up my 2nd batch all 'hot out of the oven' during dinner party #1, and that's when I didn't quite have my recipe down yet. So I did get the comment 'this would be really good over ice cream' aka it was in sauce form. aka not a pie due to too much filling. So trust me. follow the recipe!
Instructions for Crumb Crust:
Mix the butter, flour, and sugar until it is mixed well and resembles large cracker crumbs. Top the mason jars with crumbs.
Bake for about 8 minutes in a 425 degree oven, then reduce heat to 350 and then bake for about 20 minutes more. Cool. You can also make this pie in a 9-inch pie pan, I mean I didn't try it, but you can. OH... btw here's the real recipe and link from Pinterest if you don't trust my directions.
*Ok so where were we.... they came out of the oven. I realized I had tons of the ingredients left so I started doubling/trippling the recipe so I would make more than 4 jars at a time. After I realized I shouldn't fill the jars all the way up and should actually do what I was supposed to with the recipe, things went better.
Now for the Leah's personal craftastic spin....
So BF actually had 2 dinner parties planned for us that weekend, as in people were coming over to eat two times. Plus my mom came over to drop off Gav and I fed her leftovers so that was practically 3 dinner parties. I had picked up some cheap ribbon and rafia at wal-mart and printed a logo'ed little tag with reheating instructions on the back. You know, to impress the guests. #nextLevelAwesome