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Fresh, ripe raspberries nestled in a custard pie may be the ultimate summer dessert.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, April 2009
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  • skydiverkk
    12 DEC, 2013
    I wish I read the comments before making this pie. It definitely needs more eggs because it never set. It tasted delicious but was very soupy. I would follow a regular custard recipe and include the raspberries.
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  • khalil4544
    28 JUN, 2012
    I picked fresh raspberries and tried this recipe. The custard would not set. I followed the directions of the recipe with the baking time and it was way off. I had to bake an additional 40+ mins. Because of the additional baking time the berries got dried up. The flavor of the custard was great, but it took longer to set. Maybe it needs more eggs. I would try this again based on the flavor of the custard. I tried a recipe from taste of home, it had a topping on the top, it was not good.
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  • khalil4544
    25 JUN, 2012
    I tried this recipe for rasberry custard pie. The timing was way off. I baked it according to directions, but the custard did not set. I set timer for additional 5 mins., still not done. I keep setting timer for every 5 mins. until I took it out about 35 + mins. later. I still was not happy with the setting of the custard. I will see how it gets after it cools and I put it in the frig. overnight.
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  • Rikki-Lee
    23 MAY, 2012
    This recipe was so quick and easy after the crust part! I also used a berry medley to make it more colorful.
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  • seabreese
    25 JUL, 2011
    Gosh, this was good ! It was one of the best summer pies I have ever had! I made it as directed with the exception of substituting blueberries for raspberries. Loved it!
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  • MS112579910
    27 JUN, 2011
    Oh man! Don't be a dumb blond and attempt making this in a spring form tart pan. My custard leaked through and made a bit mess of the oven. So tonight we're dining on raspberry pie : /
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  • junedesign
    2 MAY, 2009
    I made this in a tart dish and it worked perfectly.
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  • lindur
    22 APR, 2009
    Once the berries and cream are in, the cooking time is terribly inaccurate. After 45 minutes at 350F, the custard was still completely unset. I baked 10 more minutes and it was still liquidy. Finally I turned it up to 375, and left it for 15 more minutes. That set it, gave it a nice browned top, but by then, the crust edges were totally burned. And yes, I had them covered with foil the entire time. I think next time, I will try more eggs in the custard to speed the setting.
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  • lindur
    22 APR, 2009
    Once the berries and cream are in, the cooking time is terribly inaccurate. After 45 minutes at 350F, the custard was still completely unset. I baked 10 more minutes and it was still liquidy. Finally I turned it up to 375, and left it for 15 more minutes. That set it, gave it a nice browned top, but by then, the crust edges were totally burned. And yes, I had them covered with foil the entire time. I think next time, I will try more eggs in the custard to speed the setting.
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  • MarthaandMeBlogger
    18 MAR, 2009
    I made this - http://marthaandme.wordpress.com/2009/03/18/blowing-raspberries/ - it was easy to make and very good.
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