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Apple Pie Spice works well as does Pumpkin Pie spice in these LDL fruit pie recipes

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Those sound really good too...I do tend to get in a rut when I find something I really like.....but I pretty much really like all the ideas here...lol

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I tried this and lovedlovedloved it!! *love*  This is a keeper!!


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:thumbsup:Wow..this was really good..Thanks


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:Wow..this was really good..Thanks


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I have 6 blueberry bushes in my yard along with a strawberry patch and other berries! This sounds like a wonderful way to use some of them in a "GOOD LDL" way. I can hadly wait to make it!

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This was one of the first things I tried on LDL and it is absolutely a staple for me!
Blueberries don't do well in this 115 degree Oklahoma heat so I keep the freezer stocked with bags of frozen.
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GardenGirlAtHome wrote:
I have 6 blueberry bushes in my yard along with a strawberry patch and other berries!
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Wow, GardenGirl, you are SO lucky!  I wish I had blueberry bushes!  This time of year it's so darned hot where I live that the only thing I can keep alive is basil.  Enjoy your berries!

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You mean the fresh blueberries actually make it into your house? ? ?  :shock:

We have about 8 bushes, but this is only their 3rd year, so they're still only a little over knee high. Producing nicely, though, except for the 2 that had their blossoms nipped by frost. My hubby and I "graze" the blueberries and raspberries for dessert. Nothing makes it into the house.

I do love the LDL Blueberry Pie, though. Also good with apples, peaches, mixed berries........

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Like Linda, this is a staple for me.  I buy a whole lot of fresh bluberries as well as frozen ones.  I also use fresh peaches and blackberries.  I make this for a dinner dessert.  I put a dollop of cool whip on top.  It is soooo good.  Enjjoy those fresh raised berries.  :thumbsup: JF


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