Spring Pie | With A Spin

Spring is in the air.  The dots of green, yellow, red, purple, pink here and there is just a teaser that mother nature is getting ready to showcase a spectrum of bright, bold hues in bounty very soon.  It’s cheerful to see fresh organic berries and mangoes popping up in the fruit isles of the market.  To celebrate the sweetness of spring, here is a stunning pie, bursting with the flavor of fresh, seasonal fruits and luxurious creamy custard.

 

Fresh Fruit Pie 3| With A Spin

This fresh fruit pie is a perfect way to sweeten glorious spring days or adding tasteful final touches to your spring celebrations.  No need to fuss about achieving perfection with the pie.  The whole point is to enjoy each moment of the pie making process and savor the fresh flavors when done.  When arranging the fruits, place as though they’ve simply fallen onto the custard just as spring’s splash of color in nature.

Fresh Fruit Pie 2 | With A Spin

This dessert is a breeze to make.  I’ve made the crust from scratch, because it is an ordeal for me to find one in the market without lard, but feel free to use a store bought one, if you like.  Depending on how big or small you want your pie to be, if you have leftover dough, freeze it. You can also roll the extra dough into pie-ready disks so when you are ready to bake, all you have to do is thaw the dough a little and press into a pie pan, and bake.  Make the custard while the crust is baking, throw some fruits and voila.  You have an amazingly simple and delicious pie full of fresh fruit to celebrate the sweet flavors of spring.

Fresh Fruit Pie 4| With A Spin

It is becoming a family tradition for us to go for a color hunt at a local park to discover early spring flowers in various shades.  What is your spring tradition?  How are you celebrating spring?

I am submitting this to Vardhini’s Bake Fest event that’s hosted by Archana at Tangy Minds.

 

 

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23 thoughts on “Easy Breezy Fresh Fruit Pie

  1. I especially love the raspberry picture, Lail, so vibrant! The pie looks gorgeous. NMow back in tropic, sadly everyday is a hot sticky summer day, so my spring memories from London days are getting hazier by the day. Love your tradition, myabe I should get that going here too.

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    • Thanks for your support and kind words, Jehanne.

      As for the Singapore weather..I know what you mean. I traveled there six times one year for business between August and January and remember the hot days during Thanksgiving, Christmas and in late January. The pros to that, you can go on a color hunt any time of the year.

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