This three layered Blueberries Cream Pie Recipe starts with a baked flaky pie shell, followed by an easy homemade jammy blueberry pie filling lining the bottom of the crust. Then we add a middle lemon creamy layer with lemon zest for additional tang. The top layer is whipped cream studded with lemon zest. The lemon zest cuts the sweetness of the cream and adds an additional tangy note to the topping.
The filling isn’t dense like a cheesecake, but light making it an ideal year-round dessert.
❤️ Why you'll love this recipe
- it's an easy pie recipe that a beginner and a pro can easily make and be proud to serve.
- a no bake blueberry cream pie makes one of the best warm weather and summer desserts.
- simple recipe ingredients makes one of the best pie recipes you'll ever taste.
- the three layers make an incredible blueberry pie that tastes heavenly and looks beautiful.
This is the first recipe we make when we blueberry season hits. Creamy Blueberry Bottom Pie turned out to be quick and easy as well as eye pleasing with the triple layers.
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Note: The full list of this recipe ingredients with their amounts and options are listed in the recipe card below.
- Blueberries -- pureed.
- Lemon Pudding and Pie Filling (cook variety)
- Lemon - you won't need the lemon juice, just the zest.
- Baked pie shell - you may use your pie dough you may use your homemade recipe, the refrigerator variety or frozen pie crust.
- Cool Whip -- this shows as fat free and we use regular.
Note: This is an overview of the instructions. The full instructions are in the Blueberry Pie recipe card below.
- Combine 1 package pie filling mix, ¼ cup milk, the pureed berries, and cinnamon in a saucepan. Cook and stir until mixture comes to boil.
- Pour the blueberry mixture into the prepared pie crust; cover with plastic wrap and chill.
- Prepare remaining package pie filling mix with remaining milk as directed on package for pie. Chill.
- Fold in 1 cup of the whipped topping.
- Pour on top of the blueberry layer.
- Spread the filling over blueberries.
- Combine remaining whipped topping and lemon rind. Spoon over filling. Freeze for 1 hour or chill in refrigerator 3 hours.
- Garnish with fresh berries, mint leaves, and additional lemon rind.
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You’ll need the following items to make this recipe successfully.
- Electric mixer
- Large Bowl
- Small saucepan
- Pie Pan 9-inch
- Measuring spoons
- Liquid measuring cup
- Pie Server
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The regular pie filling is baked after it is poured into the pie crust. With most cream pies the fillings are either prepared on the stovetop or whipped up and poured into an already baked crust.
It could be that it wasn't cooked long enough and the thickener didn't have the chance to set up.
The state of Maine designated the blueberry pie as their official state dessert.
To avoid a runny blueberry pie, use smaller berries, use tapioca flour as a thickener, and allow the baked pie to cool as instructed in the recipe! It is important that the pie cooks as long as directed. If it has a crust and seems to be browning too fast, tent the top with aluminum foil. If your pie still has some excess liquid after cutting it, just spoon it out or soak it up with paper towel
If you're loathe to turn on the oven for a traditional pie crust, make your first layer a graham cracker crust. You can purchase the crust already made up.
We like to freeze this cream pie. Not only does it last longer, but we love the ice cream texture of the filling.
You can use frozen blueberries instead of the fresh. For the blueberry topping you will need to use fresh berries.
Blueberries and lemon make a winning combination. But, if you want to switch it up a bit, next time use a coconut cream pie filling for your creamy layer.
Instead of a traditional pie crust, make it with a homemade graham cracker crust or even a store-bought one.
You can also substitute strawberries for your cups of fresh blueberries.
Cover with plastic wrap and keep in the fridge for up to 5 days.
We like to freeze the pie and take it out of the freezer about an hour before serving. It's best to store the blueberry pie in an airtight container or tightly cover it with plastic wrap and aluminum foil.
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📞 Chiacchierata (chat)
We love our blueberries. They are so popular, I've seen recipes for pies, popsicles, ice cream, bars, muffins, scones, sauces, syrups, smoothies, cakes -- I think you get the picture.
Anything your imagination can come up with has already been done. Would you believe I even saw a pizza made with blueberries?
I wanted to try something a little different. I was thinking cold and creamy dessert.
So with cold and creamy in mind I thought of the peachy thing pie .Then I asked myself, why not do something similar only with blueberries?
Ecco! It would be Blueberry Cream Pie.
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Summer is officially here because five-pound boxes of blueberry are on sale at the grocery store. We bought two boxes for just the two of us. I know that is a LOT of blueberry.
So now, we have to come up with some fantastic recipes for those delicious nuggets. This easy refrigerator dessert that looks lovely sliced and is a favorite of our family guests will be the first recipe we make.
If you go nutty over easy refrigerator desserts then you will certainly go crazy over our Pineapple Delight recipe that is popular at all picnics and potlucks.
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Blueberry Cream Pie With Lemon Whipped Topping
- 2 packages 4-serving size Lemon Pudding and Pie Filling ( NOT instant)
- 1 ¼ cups milk
- 1 ½ cups blueberries pureed (1 cup)
- ½ teaspoon cinnamon
- 1 baked 9-inch pie shell cooled
- 2 teaspoons grated lemon rind
- 3 ½ cups thawed Whipped Topping
- Combine 1 package pie filling mix, ¼ cup of the milk, the pureed berries and cinnamon in a saucepan. Cook and stir until mixture comes to a full boil. Pour into crust; cover with plastic wrap and chill.
- Prepare remaining package pie filling mix with remaining milk as directed on package for pie. Add 1 teaspoon of the lemon rind; pour into bowl and cover with plastic wrap. Chill about 1 hour, until cold. Fold in 1 cup of the whipped topping and spoon over blueberry layer.
- Combine remaining whipped topping and lemon rind. Spoon over filling. Freeze for 1 hour or chill in refrigerator 3 hours before serving. Garnish with blueberries and mint leaves, if desired.
- We freeze the pie and we take it out of the freezer about an hour before serving.
- We don't like having a partial container of whipped topping left over so we usually end up using all of the topping for the dessert - it won't negatively affect the pie at all 🙂
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First published July 25, 2016. Last updated March 8, 2022. Updated the post to include more instructions and improve reader experience.
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Hi, Dee!! Thank you so much! You certainly are a great hostess.
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I made this for Easter Sunday tea!
IT WAS SUCH A HIT!!!
Everyone raved about it!
And so simple.
Thank you for sharing, we love it!
Hi, Claire! Thank you for your sweet comment. I'm so glad you enjoyed it.????
DELICIOUS! This pie reminds me of the pie my grandmother used to make but she would always use strawberries. I wasn't a fan of whipped cream back then but I love it now. I guess I was missing out!
Hello, April! Our tastes do evolve, don't they? Strawberries would be delicious too.
This is such a great idea, I have never seen a pie like this and I'm going shopping tomorrow for the ingredients. It seems quite easy to prepare and sounds tasty.
Hi, Michelle! It is such a great pie and the taste is amazing for how easy it is.
This blueberry bottom cream pie looks delicious I like that you add blueberries in bottom instead of adding as a sauce in the top.
Thank you, Swathi! It's almost like a big surprise when you cut into it. ????
Oh my what a creamy and delicious looking pie that is. Great idea to use blueberries in the bottom of the pie - looks great and I’m sure it must have tasted awesome.
Hi, Pavani! It is a wonderful tasting pie -- and easy. A dessert you can throw together in no time.
I love blueberry anything. Such a versatile berry. I always have a bag of frozen blueberries in the freezer and when they are in season I love to make something like this. Love cream-pie and that blueberry bottom sound like a treat.
Thank you, Veena! It is such an easy dessert and everyone loves it.
I LOVE that blueberry layer on the bottom! And it goes soooo well with the lemon flavors in the rest of the pie. Perfect for summer!
Hi, Nora! It is perfect for summer or even Mother's Day or Memorial Day.
OK so I am a total blueberry fanatic...my favourite berry of all. This pie looks so delicious. What a great way to end a meal. This would be the perfect dessert for all the bbq parties this summer. A true crowd pleaser for sure.
Thank you, Gloria! We can't wait for the blueberry season - we buy the berries in 5# boxes.
I love this time of year, when blueberries are so plentiful! I love that you added them into cream pie, for a nice twist on the traditional
Hi, Karyl! I'll be making another pie as soon as I can get fresh blueberries. Happy Easter!!
I love blueberries and the lemon goes so well! Beautiful shots and recipe. Thank you.
Thank you! I hope you try the recipe - we always get lots of compliments and it is super easy!
May I have a slice of this delicious pie? Un abbraccio, have a nice weekend Marisa !
Certo!! I would love to send it to you.
Cool, creamy and blueberry?! I say yes to all of the above! My hubby's been craving pie, lately! I know what I need to do! Thanks for sharing, dear!
You're welcome, Annie. Love to keep hubbies happy 🙂
Looks delicious! Perfect dessert for hot summer days! Thanks, MARISA
You're welcome, Susie! Hope you are keeping cool. Love to all.
Be still my heart! You saved the best part for the bottom of the pie. 🙂
Thanks for the yummy summer recipe!
Happy day friend!
Thank you, KariAnne! I wish I could bring one over to you. Just think of it along with the zucchini and corn 🙂
Yummy. I love blueberries. My favorite fruit. I love that bottom of purple yum. I'll bet that disappeared fast.
Hi Angela! It disappeared in the blink of an eye 🙂
What ma great way to use the season's best fruit - blueberries. this pie looks divine.
Thank you Jovina. We wait blueberry season every year.
Robin All Things Heart and Home
What a gorgeous pie! (all your food photos make me so hungry! 🙂 ) Thank you so much for linking to Twirl and Take a Bow my friend xo
Thalia @ butter and brioche
yum.. looks delicious could definitely devour a slice right now. the layers look great!
Thank you -- I do think the layers look pretty. I was wondering how another fruit and color would look-- I might have to experiment.
I definitely want to try that one.
You will definitely enjoy it. Let me know what you think 🙂