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Hey there, pie devotees🥧! Are you in for a thrill! Buckle up, because we’re plunging into the world of Raspberry Pie. This isn’t just any pie; it’s a flavor-packed journey showcasing juicy raspberries and a dash of cinnamon mystique! One bite, and you’ll be floating on cloud nine in flavor heaven! 🥧🥰

How will I know when my pie has finished its oven time?
Fantastic question! Your pie is ready to take center stage when that crust gleams a perfect golden brown and the filling performs its own lava lamp dance. If you notice the crust browning too quickly, just slap on some aluminum foil as a shield.

Can I swap out granulated sugar for something else like brown or coconut sugar?
Absolutely, go for it! Using brown sugar will gift your pie a rich, caramel undertone. Coconut sugar, on the other hand, will lend a fun, tropical zing. Remember, these swaps might alter your pie’s final hue and flavor—but variety is the zest of culinary life!

What about a gluten-free or vegan crust? Will it work?
Absolutely! There are some fantastic gluten-free and vegan crust options available in stores. If you’re making one from scratch, you can use gluten-free flour or even almond flour. For a vegan version, replace the egg wash with a plant-based milk or a mixture of maple syrup and water.

Can I add other fruits to the raspberry filling?
Of course! A raspberry-blueberry or raspberry-blackberry combo could be a delightful twist. Mixing in some apple chunks can also add a surprising and delightful texture. Feel free to get creative!

How do I know when the pie is done baking?
Great question! You’ll know your Raspberry Pie is ready for its grand reveal when the crust has turned a beautiful golden brown and the filling is bubbling away like a delicious, fruity volcano. If the crust edges are browning too fast while baking, you can cover them with some aluminum foil.

Can I use a different type of sugar, like brown sugar or coconut sugar?
You sure can! Brown sugar will give the pie a deeper, more caramel-like flavor, while coconut sugar adds a unique, tropical twist. Just be mindful that these alternatives could slightly change the pie’s color and taste—but hey, experimentation is the spice of life!

What if I need a gluten-free or vegan crust? Is it doable?
You bet! There are oodles of ready-made gluten-free and vegan crusts out there. Or, make your own using gluten-free or almond flour. For the vegans, swap the egg wash with your favorite plant-based milk, or blend some maple syrup with water for a shiny finish.

So, don your apron and let’s make this pie adventure a reality! 🥧🎉🌟

Prep Time: 20 minutes
Cook Time: 30-35 minutes
Total Time: 50-55 minutes


  • 1 double crust pie crust (trust me, it’s the foundation of your pie masterpiece)
  • 5 cups raspberries (fresh or frozen, because flexibility is key)
  • 3/4 cup granulated sugar (this is where the sweetness comes alive)
  • 4 tablespoons cornstarch (the thickening agent for that perfect consistency)
  • 1 tablespoon lemon juice (for a little zesty kick)
  • 1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon (the spice that ties it all together)
  • 1/8 teaspoon salt (just a pinch to balance flavors)
  • 1 egg (beaten, your egg wash MVP)
  • 1 tablespoon milk (to blend with the egg for that glossy finish)


  1. Kick things off by setting your oven to 425°F. A preheated oven ensures that your crust gets that flaky texture and your filling turns lusciously gooey.
  2. In a large bowl, toss together the raspberries, sugar, cornstarch, lemon juice, cinnamon, and a pinch of salt. This combination guarantees a balanced blend of sweet, tart, and a hint of spice in every bite.
  3. Spread your bottom pie crust in the pie dish. This is the stage that sets the scene for your show-stopping filling. Gently pour in the raspberry mixture, spreading it evenly.
  4. Roll out your second pie crust and drape it lovingly over the raspberry mound. Trim the extra edges and crimp them together to seal in all that berry goodness.
  5. With a sharp knife, carve a few.

Cooking tips:

  • Golden Crust: Look for a golden-brown crust and bubbling filling to know the pie is done.
  • Sugar Swap: Feel free to use brown or coconut sugar for unique flavors. Just remember, it may alter the final color and taste.
  • Diet-Friendly Crust: Gluten-free and vegan crusts work well. For a vegan egg wash, use plant-based milk or a maple syrup-water mix.
  • Fruit Fusion: Mix in other berries or apple chunks with raspberries for an exciting texture and flavor twist.
  • Prevent Soggy Bottom: Pre-bake the bottom crust for 5-7 minutes before adding the filling.
  • Follow these tips and you’re well on your way to pie perfection! 🥧🌟

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