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Blueberry Whipped Cream Pie

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Blueberry Whipped Cream Pie

This recipe allows the average cook to create a delicious homemade blueberry whipped cream pie. Instead of having to buy pies and other desserts from the store, now anyone can make them inexpensively at home. Making a blueberry pie may take some time, but the end result is well worth the effort and the wait. The main steps in making a blueberry pie are not complicated, but one should not forget that there are pre-cooking and post-cooking steps that are just as important as the main cooking steps.

Certain things must be done before the cook actually begins to make the pie. First, he must gather all the ingredients that will be needed. The cook will need flour, salt, Crisco shortening, water, one can of whipped cream, and one twenty-one ounce can of blueberry pie filling. In addition to the ingredients, the cook will need some important utensils, including teaspoons, tablespoons, measuring cups, a large bowl, one nine-inch pie pan, a rolling pin, and a rolling board. Any flat surface can be used instead of a rolling board, but a board is much easier and more efficient. Now that the cook has gathered all of the utensils and ingredients, he can do some pre-baking steps to make his job easier. First, he needs to pre-heat the oven to 425(F. He should also flour the rolling pin and surface so that the dough will not stick. The pie pan must also be lightly oiled; other wise the crust will stick to the pan when the pie is baking. Finally, the cook should measure out all of the ingredients carefully (making sure they are level) as follows: two cups of flour, one teaspoon of salt, three-fourths of a cup of Crisco shortening, and five tablespoons of cold water. Comple...

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...ow away any empty packages and put the unused ingredients in their proper places. The last step in the finishing process is serving the pie. Once the pie is done, the cook should carefully take it out of the oven and place it on a countertop to allow it to cool. After the pie has cooled, the cook can cut it into pieces and place each piece on a plate. The cook can now place a small mound of whipped cream on top of each piece of pie and serve. The entire cooking process is completed, and the cook now becomes a consumer, feasting on the wonderful delicacy he has created.

People have been baking pies for centuries, everyone with his own individual method. Although there is no one way to make a whipped cream blueberry pie, this recipe presents a simple process with a great outcome. This recipe is a wonderful addition to anyone's collection.
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