• stone fruit and berry crisp with nectarines cherries and berries and oatmeal crispy top

    Stone Fruit and Berry Crisp

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    This Crisp is the summer dessert of your dreams! Now that the stores are filled with beautiful berries and cherries, and nectarines, this crisp is a no-brainer! It is seriously the easiest dessert to make, and everyone will be thanking you for making such a tasty treat! Just make sure you have some French Vanilla ice cream to dollop on top! This is the perfect dessert when you’re feeling lazy, if you need to bring a dessert to a summer barbecue, or if you’re just needing to use up some fruits you have in the fridge – you really can’t…

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  • classic strawberry rhubarb pie with flower crust

    Strawberry Rhubarb Pie

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    A classic strawberry rhubarb pie, with my easy buttery flaky pie crust, and a perfectly sweet, with a hint of tart filling! Are you a rhubarb fan? As seen in my last rhubarb post, I looove the color of rhubarb. Of course, it can be a little tart on its own, so not everyone enjoys it. However, it marries perfectly with strawberry to make a deliciously pink filled pie. For this recipe I used my classic pie dough and paired it with an easy blend of strawberries and rhubarb, to make a pie that everyone can enjoy. It’s perfect for…

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  • sweet blueberry curd fills this shortcrust pastry to make a yummy blueberry meringue tart

    Blueberry Meringue Tart

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    A refreshing yet richly flavored blueberry curd, made with fresh blueberries and orange juice, fills this sweet shortcrust pastry. Topped with meringue that is torched to perfection, and some fresh fruit – you’ll want to make sure you have extra tarts, because everyone will be asking for more! Also, the beautiful natural dark purple color of these tarts makes them a show stopper!  It’s funny, because as a food blogger, we always test our recipes ahead of time. So that means that even though, for example. Valentine’s day is February 14th – I was making and testing all the pink…

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  • Cranberry-Pear Pie with a Cinnamon Spice Crust

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    It’s almost Thanksgiving! I looove a great apple pie, and a fantastic pumpkin pie – the classics. But if you’re ready for something a little bit different, but equally amazing – try this recipe for cranberry and pear pie. It’s made with a special cinnamon spiced crust, to give it that extra wonderful Fall feeling in every bite. Cranberry adds a great tart flavor, which is balanced perfectly by sweet pears.   What You’ll Need. . .  Flour granulated sugar salt cinnamon nutmeg ginger cloves butter vegetable shortening cold water turbinado sugar egg wash For the Filling. . .  cranberries…

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  • Fall Harvest Cobbler

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    Grapes and Pomegranates! The underdogs of Fall fruits, but the stars of this Cobbler! I had been meaning to make a cobbler all summer, but just ran out of time. And by the time I got around to it, well, it was September, and I couldn’t find any fresh peaches or cherries that didn’t cost an astronomical amount. If you’ve been following me for a bit now, you know I LOVE my apple and pumpkin desserts. However, I wanted to go in a different direction with this recipe, and shine a light on some fruits that usually look great as…

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  • Pie Crust Ice Cream Sandwiches

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    You guys…I think I’ve finally done it. I’ve solved the puzzle that is this time of year. You know how you looove Fall and want to bake all the pies? But you also love summer and it’s still a gazillion degrees out? Well. Here we have it: these cutie little Lattice Pie Crust Ice Cream Sandwiches! This post is sponsored by Moose Tracks Ice Cream, but the opinions and thoughts are mine. Thanks for supporting the brands that make EyeDocBakes possible! Thanks to Moose Tracks Ice Cream I got to play  around with ice cream AND pie. Could there be…

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  • sweet tart pastry filled with lemon curd and topped with a toasted meringue for lemon meringue pie

    Lemon Meringue Tart

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    Could you tell yet that tarts are my favorite dessert? Well, if not, here is another one to prove it! A classic lemon meringue pie…but in a tart… with a sweet shortcrust pastry shell, a tart lemon curd, and a perfectly sweet and toasted meringue. Served cold, this is a fantastic dessert for a hot summer day, bursting with lemon-y freshness. The great thing is you can do so much with the leftover lemon curd too. I like to use it on top of pancakes or waffles for breakfast, fill cupcakes with it, or even just as it’s own dessert…

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  • Happy Pi Day – Copycat Momofuku Milk Bar Pie

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      I said I would do it – and here it is – Christina Tosi’s Milk Bar Pie! A few weeks back I attempted her Birthday Cake-with success luckily (phew!). This time I stuck pretty close to her recipe, though I did leave off a couple things I didn’t have at home already – and it turned out just right! This pie is pretty similar to a Southern Chess Pie. Again, be warned this is a very sweet dessert – so make it if you have a big sweet tooth or for friends who do! What You’ll Need. . .…

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  • Key Lime Pie

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    “Pie makes everybody happy” Squeezing the last bits of summer out with this key lime pie – kinda literally. The only key limes I could find were so tiny I had to squeeze a ton of them to get my key lime juice! But it was totally worth it! This pie is perfect part tart and sweet – you won’t regret making it this weekend! Crust 2.5 cups graham cracker crumbs 1/4 cup brown sugar 1/2 cup melted butter Preheat oven to 350F. Chop graham crackers in food processor until you get smooth crumbs. Add the brown sugar and continue to process…

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  • Loquat, Strawberry, and Mascarpone mini Galettes

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      “Part of the secret of success in life is to eat what you like” -Mark Twain Well that sure is some pleasant advice! What if I like eating pie? Can I eat all the pie?? The perfect solution – bake mini galettes, throw in some fruit, and it’s kinda healthy too, right? 🙂 What is a galette? This is a French term for, usually, a flat, round, flaky pastry, often made of pie crust, but baked without a pie pan. It can be savory or sweet – and this one is definitely sweet! This galette recipe includes loquats, which…

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