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17th June 2012

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The Easiest Strawberry Pie
I debated for a while about whether or not I could put this on the blog because it’s so simple, I can’t really call it baking. But in the end I caved. Enjoy!
Ingredients
·         Strawberries (about a quart, I used around two packages)
·         ¼ cup sugar (more or less depending on how sweet you like it)
·         ½ cup water
·         3 tbsp cornstarch
·         Pre-baked pie shell
Directions
1.       Mash one quarter of the strawberries, and cut the other three quarters into slices, combine in a bowl. Add sugar, and put on the stove to boil.
2.       Combine the water and the cornstarch in a separate bowl.
3.       When the strawberries are boiling gently, add the cornstarch mixture and stir. Stir constantly for about 5 minutes (or until it has the consistency of honey).
4.       Let cool for a couple minutes, and then pour into your pie shell. Carefully (really carefully! I know..) put your pie in the fridge to cool for a minimum of an hour.
Happy baking!
The Cupcake Queen

YUM!

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recipe-file:

sweetthingconfectionery:

The Easiest Strawberry Pie

I debated for a while about whether or not I could put this on the blog because it’s so simple, I can’t really call it baking. But in the end I caved. Enjoy!

Ingredients

·         Strawberries (about a quart, I used around two packages)

·         ¼ cup sugar (more or less depending on how sweet you like it)

·         ½ cup water

·         3 tbsp cornstarch

·         Pre-baked pie shell

Directions

1.       Mash one quarter of the strawberries, and cut the other three quarters into slices, combine in a bowl. Add sugar, and put on the stove to boil.

2.       Combine the water and the cornstarch in a separate bowl.

3.       When the strawberries are boiling gently, add the cornstarch mixture and stir. Stir constantly for about 5 minutes (or until it has the consistency of honey).

4.       Let cool for a couple minutes, and then pour into your pie shell. Carefully (really carefully! I know..) put your pie in the fridge to cool for a minimum of an hour.

Happy baking!

The Cupcake Queen

YUM!

Next on the list

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