Boysenberry Cream Pie That's To Die For

Boysenberry Cream Pie: Who Wants a Slice?

Boysenberry cream pie is somewhat of an acquired taste, but those who acquire it love it madly. After all, there's nothing quite like a rich, dreamy boysenberry treat. If you're in need of some delicious boysenberry recipes, have I got one for you. Here's a boysenberry cream pie that's to die for.

It's Pie Time, Baby!

Ready to make the best boysenberry cream pie you've ever tasted? Then get shopping and get your ingredients. Here's what you're going to need...

For The Boysenberry Cream Pie Crust:

2 cups of chopped granola
1 cup of coconut
1/2 cup of melted butter
1/3 cup of rolled oats

For The Boysenberry Cream Pie Filling

4 cups of boysenberries
1 cup whipped whipping cream
3/4 cup sugar (plus a separate 2 tablespoons set aside)
3 rounded tablespoons of cornstarch
A sprinkle of lemon juice

Putting it Together

Now that you've got the ingredients for your boysenberry cream pie, it's time to get to baking. First, you need to make the pie crust. To do this, mix all of the pie crust ingredients and press it into an 8-inch pie tin. Bake the crust at 400 degrees for a full ten minutes.

When the crust for your boysenberry cream pie is ready, it's time to make the filling. First, separate the 4 cups of berries into two separate 2-cup measurements. Sprinkle one of the two-cup measurements with the 2 tablespoons of sugar and set it aside.

Now place the other 2-cup measurement into a pan. Add the 3/4 cup sugar and mash it all together until the sugar begins to dissolve in the berries. Then add cornstarch and cook over a medium flame until the mixture is thick and clear. Let the mixture cool a bit and add the lemon juice.

Now, put the uncooked boysenberry mixture with the sugar in the 8" pie tin and pour the cooked boysenberry mixture over the uncooked mixture. Chill until both layers of berries have set and then cover the entire pie with the whipped cream mixture. Now you've got a boysenberry cream pie that your friends and family will be honored to taste.

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