Mike's Blueberry-Peach Pie

I've been waiting for what feels like forever to post this recipe. Timing issues and scheduling aside, this pie is long gone in our house. We pretty much ate one piece each per day until the pie dish was totally clean. Yum! Mike threw this recipe together with absolutely no help from the internet or a cook book. I mean, pies really aren't all that hard... it's just baked fruit. So he mustered up some courage to just throw things in a bowl and cook it... and it was the most heavenly thing I've ever eaten! Seriously... sounds like a slightly strange combo but nothing beats it! Give it a whirl! (Edit: I didn't realize how small/hard to read the photos would be... Whoops! Too late. You can click on each one to see it larger or you can follow the typed out version below! Or maybe you have better eyesight than me!)

Here's the typed version in case you want to copy + paste or print it out! It's seriously a ridiculously easy recipe! xo

1 box of 9" pie crusts (2 total)
4 peaches
1 cup of blueberries
1/2 cup of brown sugar
1/2 cup of flour
1 cup of sugar
2 Tbls of honey
1 Tbls of cinnamon
1 stick of butter
1/2 cup of glazed pecans (pre-packaged)

Step one: Wash your fruit but leave skin intact. Line your pie dish with one 9" pie crust. (Lightly coat the bottom of the pie dish with butter.)

Step two: Remove peach pits and cube peaches. 

Step three: Add one cup of blueberries to the bowl. As well as 1/2 cup of glazed pecans

Step four: Add all dry ingredients... 1/2 cup of brown sugar, 1/2 cup of flour, 1 cup of sugar, 1 tablespoon of cinnamon. Add 2 tablespoons of honey. Mix well.

Step five: Add the pie filling mixture to the pie dish with the crust already laid out. Slice the remaining stick of butter and lay it on top of the filling.

Step six: Use the second 9" pie crust to create a lattice top. (Optional. You can have any type of pie top you wish, but c'mon... lattice is so pretty!)

Step seven: Brush a milk + cinnamon mixture on the top of the pie to help it brown in the oven.

Step eight: Cover the edges of the pie with aluminum foil to prevent it from burning.

Step nine: Bake in the oven for 55 minutes at 375 degrees. Remove it and let it cool for 5 minutes.

Step ten: Top it with vanilla bean ice cream and serve it a la mode! Enjoy!

Please let us know if you decide to try it! I promise you you won't regret it! I'll be making some mini apple pies tonight to share later this week! Happy Monday, honeybees! xo


  1. my stomach is screaming at me! that looks so good. tell mike this: dear mike, thank you for letting kaelah share this recipe. haha

  2. I've actually never baked a pie from scratch before. This looks so easy, I think I'm going to give it a shot!

  3. THAT looks amazing. I always love a woven effect on the tops of pies! I've gotten more into baking lately so will hopefully get the chance to give this recipe a go soon.

    x Michelle | thefeatherden.net

  4. I'm definitely making this! My fiance will love it.

  5. Yum, yum, I LOVE Pie. I can't wait to get my own place so I bake/cook again, it is not very fun sharing a kitchen with roommates who aren't very clean.

    Thanks for posting pictures and the recipe.

  6. This looks delicious!! I will definitely try this! Yum!

  7. Thanks for the recipe! I might take this to my parent's place for Thanksgiving dinner. :)

  8. Holy yum... I have to try that next summer!

  9. oh my, I absolutely LOVE baking and this looks so cute - and yummy ♥ thanks!

  10. Oh my gosh, that looks UNBELIEVABLE! I'm drooling. I can't wait to try making this- your pie is gorgeous.


  11. oooo this is soo yummy looking :) I HAVE to try this, all dieting aside until I give it a go :) Thanks Kaelah and Mike <3

  12. This looks so delicious. I love yummy pies. xo, rv


  13. This looks soooo delicious, going to give it a try! :)

  14. OMG that sliced butter!!!

    ♥ sécia

  15. Well it's definitely got one thing going for it...it's gorgeous! Great job putting it together. I honestly can't even imagine blueberry and peach together, but I'll take your word for it :) I will bookmark this for the next time I have company over!

  16. yum yum yum! I think I will go try this recipe out right now!


  17. Man that sounds/looks great!! Gosh I want to make pie now...maybe the bf will be getting puddig tonight if he's lucky...



  18. I don't have better eyesight than you, not even remotely BUT it was worth every bit of clicking, I can't wait to make this pie!

  19. Dude. I just ate dinner and food is the last thing I want right now. Scrolling through these pics made my mouth water and i think this will be the first pie i bake in my oven!!

  20. This recipe looked so great, I made it for dinner at my fiancee's mom's house, and used the extra dough to shape autumn leaves and acorns to put on top. So perfect for the season! Thank you so much for posting this!

  21. This looks amazing Kaelah! Big pat on the back to Mike! I don't think I woulda ever thought top pair peaches and blueberries in a pie!

    PS - I could read the lil print on the photo's without making it bigger! I patted myself on the back for that haha

  22. This pie recipe looks delicious and I absolutely adore your new layout! So pretty :)

  23. Holy cow, are you joking?! This looks amazing!!!

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