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No Pie Pan Needed! 12 Unique Summer Fruit Pie Recipes

By brooklynsupper |

Here at Brooklyn Supper headquarters, we’re major fans of pie. But traditional fruit pies can present problems like a watery filling or a soggy crust. This summer, why not ditch the pie pan altogether and try one of these 12 unique takes on fresh fruit pies? From rustic galettes to adorable tartlets, we got 12 unexpected ways to celebrate the delicious, fleeting flavors of the season.

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From Cherry to Blueberry: 12 Unique Recipes for Summer Fruit Pies

Blueberry Slab Pie

A slab of pie? What's not to like? This easy pie, with a blueberry lime filling, is perfect when you need pie for a crowd.

Make blueberry slab pie

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