This homemade razzleberry pie is one of my all-time favorite pies! Filled with 3 different types of berries and topped with a beautiful lattice crust.
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Mixed Berry Pie
Each Thanksgiving, the most requested pie at my house is definitely the razzleberry pie, although cranberry apple pie is a close second!
Usually, my mom would pick one up from Marie Calendar’s and we always gobbled it right up. This year I decided to try and make my own and it turned out absolutely amazing.
Raspberries, blackberries, and blueberries are piled into this delicious pie. Those are three of my favorite kinds of berries! Just use whatever you have on hand. Raspberries are definitely my favorite berry though. I used this pie crust recipe as the base.
Ingredients for Delicious Mixed Berry Pie
These ingredients are simple yet bring all the flavor to this homemade pie. Razzleberry is just that, raspberries and blueberries, and blackberries. All the berries combined make a delicious combination!
Find the full printable recipe with specific measurements below.
- Pie crusts: Made-from-scratch pie dough is easy to make with this homemade pie crust recipe or use store-bought round pie crust if you are in a hurry.
- Mixed berries: A frozen bag of mixed berries is the perfect blend of berries.
- Sugar: Adds in extra sweetness but also gives a balance to the tart berries.
- Cornstarch: Gives the pie more depth and thickness to the berries pie mixture.
- Salt: This will balance out the flavors as well as help thicken the pie filling.
- Egg white: Whisk together the egg whites. Simply crack the egg open and pour the egg whites out of the shell very carefully.
How to Make Razzleberry Pie
These instructions are straightforward and so simple to make! Triple berry pie is a famous Marie Callender pie that is loved by so many. Now you can make it homemade and in your home. It is a great blend of berries that adds all the flavor!
- Let berries thaw. Combine mixed berries in a bowl and allow to thaw.
- Make the crust, then bake. Preheat oven to 375°F. Make the crust according to the directions and then press the pie shell in the pan. Tuck under the edges and then place foil over the crust and put pie beads or dry beans in the center of the foil. Bake for 12 minutes or until lightly golden brown.
- Add berry filling and lattice crust. Add the sugar, cornstarch, and salt to the berry mixture and stir together. Once the crust is golden brown, add the berry mixture on top. Then cut the lattice and the crust about 1/2 inch using a pizza cutter. Place 4 strips vertically on top of the berries pie filling and then carefully weave the 4 horizontal strips underneath. Brush the egg wash on top of the crust using a pastry brush and then sprinkle with sugar.
- Bake razzleberry pie. Bake for 45-55 minutes or until the crust is golden brown and the berries are bubbling. Remove from oven and allow to cool and to thicken before slicing. Serve with fresh whip cream!
If you’re feeling adventurous, you could also try a braided crust. It’s easier than you think and is a total show-stopper! You can also use a fork to press the edges of the crust. You could even skip the crust on top and add an easy crumble topping or cinnamon streusel.
Razzleberry pie is made up of red raspberries, juicy blackberries, and sweet blueberries. Add a made-from-scratch crust that will go as the crust as well as the top lattice design. This is an extra-special treat with the boost of berries.
Razzleberry is a pie that is made up of raspberries and blackberries as the main ingredients for the pie filling. This berry pie filling can be made with or without adding sugar.
The most famous razzleberry pie producer is Marie Callender’s pie company. If you are not able to make a homemade razzleberry pie, I highly recommend purchasing one of her pies and heat in the oven according to the package directions.
5 star review
“This pie was so good! The filling set up perfectly and the crust wasn’t soggy. I will definitely make it again.“– Charlynn
Storing Homemade Razzleberry Pie
Fruit pies can be stored at room temperature or in the refrigerator for two to three days long. Cover the pie pan with plastic wrap or place pie pieces into an airtight container.
Top with homemade whipped cream for the ultimate razzleberry pie! Mmm…enjoy!
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- 2 pie crusts , unbaked
- 4 cups frozen mixed berries , see note
- 1 cup granulated sugar
- ⅓ cup corn starch , can substitute for flour
- ½ teaspoon salt
- 1 egg white , whisked
- 1-2 Tablespoons granulated sugar , for topping the crust
- Preheat oven to 375°F. Place baking sheet in the oven. Combine mixed berries in a bowl. In a separate bowl mix together the the sugar, corn starch and salt. Drain off any juice from the berries and then combine with the sugar mixture and gently stir together.
- Make crust according to pie crust directions. Tuck under the edges and then place foil over the crust and put pie beads or dry beans in the center of the foil. Bake for 10 minutes or until lightly golden brown.
- Remove pie crust from oven and add the berry mixture on top (leaving any excess juices in the bowl). Then place top crust on top of the berries (alternatively add the crumb topping below). Brush the egg white on top of the pie crust using a pastry brush and then sprinkle with sugar.
- Bake pie for 45-55 minutes, or until crust is golden brown. Add foil to cover the crust if it is browning too fast. Remove from oven and allow to cool (3-4 hours) to thicken before slicing.
- Serve with fresh whip cream or vanilla ice cream.
- 6 Tablespoons old fashioned oats
- 1/3 cup brown sugar
- 1/4 cup all-purpose flour
- 1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon
- 4 Tablespoon butter
Nutrition provided is an estimate. It will vary based on specific ingredients used.
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One of my favorite pies!
This is another red and festive treat! Thanks for sharing!
Can I freeze this pie after baking it to have for a later date?
I haven’t tested freezing this pie. Unfortunately I don’t think the consistency would be the same.