Strawberry Rhubarb Pie

I know it is a little past rhubarb season here in Indiana, but when I spied some at Jungle Jim’s at our last visit, I grabbed it. And a couple of pounds of strawberries. And the results in this strawberry rhubarb pie recipe were mouthwatering.
This strawberry rhubarb pie is my favorite thing to make each spring. The crumble top is by far one of my favorite parts of this recipe.
I was happy to find the recipe for the Strawberry-Rhubarb Pie in my Gooseberry Patch Farmer’s Markets Favorites.

I started by cutting up 5 cups of strawberries and 2 stalks of peeled and diced rhubarb.

Then I combined the flour, sugars, cornstarch, salt and cinnamon.

Thanks to a little helper, the pie making went pretty fast.

Once the flour and sugar mixture is combined, mix into the strawberries and rhubarb.

In the meantime grab a pie crust. Let’s not beat around the bush. I buy my pie crust in a red box with the words Pillsbury across it. It tastes good and leaves no dishes for me to wash. Prep the crust and chill for ten minutes. Then add the berry mixture.

Then cube up about a tablespoon and a half of butter and dot on top.

Then make the crumble top with 3 tablespoons of flour, 1 tablespoon of sugar and 1/8 teaspoon salt mixed together then incorporating 1 tablespoon of softened butter. Sprinkle over top. This by far is one of my favorite parts besides the fruit. Love love crumble top pies.

Then it bakes. 400 for 50-60 minutes. Let it cool for about 2 hours before cutting.

But when you cut it, you will love it!! Love it. My husband didn’t but that is just because he “thinks” he doesn’t like rhubarb. Silly man. Who wouldn’t love this!

Gooseberry Patch gave me their cookbook to try at no charge. After I make 10 recipes Gooseberry Patch has given me another book to give away to one of my lucky readers.

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  1. ~Jamie~ says

    This looks really good! Strawberries are my favorite fruit. I haven't had rhubarb since I was a litle girl. My mom use to put it in everything.

    It as so nice to meet you yesterday at the ball game! LOL…if you don't remember me, let's just say I was one of them there gals that was meltin' (wait, we don't we glisten?)…anyhow, that should cover it! 😉 Hope you had as much fun as we did.

  2. Nicole says

    I've seen a few people doing this, the gooseberry patch thing… how do you get involved with that? So cool!!!


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