Summer Black Raspberries lie under a buttery & flaky lattice crust. Perfection with every bite. You will not believe the crust is Gluten Free!
A pie to savor ~ I’ve added a handful of red raspberries for color contrast.
This recipe makes 2 smaller 6 inch pies ~ double the recipe for a full sized pie.
- 1 recipe: Gluten Free Pastry Crust for Pie
- 1 1/2 cups Black Raspberries
- 1/2 cup red raspberries
- 1/3 cup plus 1 tablespoon pure cane sugar
- 2 tablespoons cornstarch (I’ve used organic; non-gmo)
- 1 pinch sea salt
- 1/2 teaspoon fresh lemon juice
- 2 teaspoons milk
- 2 teaspoons sanding sugar (coarse sugar)
Make the pie dough. Refrigerate as recipe states at least 30 minutes. (Yes – you can make with traditional flour!)
Make the Pie Filling:
In a large bowl, add the remaining ingredients: Black raspberries, Raspberries, sugar, cornstarch, sea salt and lemon juice.
Toss all together with a rubber spatula.
Remove dough ball from the refrigerator.
Cut 2 long pieces of waxed paper – about 16″ long.
Add a light dusting of your gluten free flour onto one piece paper – which will lay on your work surface.
Add the dough; top with the other sheet of waxed paper and roll to an 1/8″ thickness.
Place a tart pan on top and trace with a knife – cut a piece of dough to fit into the bottom of a pan.
Repeat for the second pie pan.
Fill each with half of the fruit filling. Place tarts on a rimmed sheet pan (will catch any drippings) and refrigerate until cold 20 minutes (or freeze for 5 minutes.)
Refrigerate the remaining dough for the lattice.
HINT: Cold dough – – warm oven; that’s how you get a flaky crust!
Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
Take out the reserved dough, re-roll 1/8″ thick. Cut 1/2″ strips of dough.
Top each fruit filled pie with three strips across and overlapping 2 strips down to form a lattice design.
Weave in an over-under pattern if desired.
Crimp the edges, cutting away some dough if necessary.
If the pie feels warm – refrigerate again until cold on the baking pan.
Brush the top of the lattice dough with the milk using a pastry brush – and sprinkle the dough with sanding sugar.
Bake on the rimmed sheet pan until very golden and cooked through about 35 minutes.
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Makes 2, 6″ pies / or double the recipe for a 9″ pie.