An easy blueberry pie recipe that utilizes store-bought pie crusts along with basic ingredients such as sugar, blueberries, lemon juice, flour and salt is available on the Food Network website. Other easy blueberry pie recipes are available on the Pillsbury, Better Homes and Gardens and Betty Crocker websites.
To make the blueberry pie according the instructions on the Food Network website, the cook fits one pie crust into a pie dish. She washes the blueberries, then places them in a bowl and coats them with flour. She adds sugar, lemon juice and salt, then pours the blueberry mixture into the pie crust. The cook cuts another pie crust into strips and arranges the strips on top of the blueberry mixture to form a criss-cross pattern. Finally, she bakes it in the oven at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for 45 to 60 minutes or until the blueberry filling is bubbly.
The blueberry pie recipe on the Pillsbury website also uses store-bought pie crusts as well as blueberries, sugar, quick-cooking tapioca, lemon juice and milk. The blueberry pie recipe on the Better Homes and Gardens website does not require a top crust, and it involves cooking the blueberries prior to pouring them into an already baked pie shell. Cooks who do not want to use store-bought pie crusts should consider the blueberry pie recipe on the Betty Crocker website, which includes instructions for making pie pastry from scratch.