This time of year I love making and eating Strawberry Pies and tarts. Yesterday afternoon I made a pie and tarts. They have been in the fridge since yesterday but I could not wait any longer to have a taste!! I know it’s just before dinner but what the theck!!
If you like Strawberry pie and tarts, you can get y recipes from my post last year, Best Ever Strawberry Pie recipe! This is a very easy recipe and it is delicious!!!
Photo credit Rina Jordan, wonderful photo of my Walnut Cheese Board, check out her website, Rina Jordan Photography
26 thoughts on “Strawberry Pies and Tarts”
Michael those look delicious!! Don’t worry about eating it before dinner. Consider it an appetizer!!
Good evening Mary Ann,… it was delicious and it did not spoil my dinner!! 🙂
They look great!
thank you Allen, it was delicious!
My heavens—here I was just thinking about you when a strawberry pie made its way to me—the next best thing would be if that pie was actually sitting in my waiting hands right now!!!
Happy cooking and happy wood!!
Hi Julie!! I wish there was a way to shipped to you but I would hate to see what it would look like when it arrived!! It was delicious! I want to see some pictures of you new front yard! Big hugs 🙂
Oh yum! Consider it a diet trick – having a snack before a meal will take the edge off your appetite! 😉
That’s a cool idea!! 🙂
What a gorgeous photo! The contrast with those beautiful tarts and your beautiful board just pop!
Thank you Julie!! How are the bread boards doing?
They look beautiful. As kids they don’t put the miles on in the kitchen like I do so theirs look beautiful 🙂
Okay, just pinned it because I HAVE to make one of those strawberry pies. 🙂
Hi Judy! thank you for pinning, it’s easy. The only suggestion I have is measure out the corn starch into a small cup or something. When it is time to add the corn starch to the water, do it slowly and stir the entire time. If you don’t it will clump and make a mess! Please let me know if you make one! 🙂
You know I love some pie! These look so great and I think breakfast lunch or dinner – is totally fine for pie!
I sure do know… you are the master at making the pie crust!! Thank you, it was good!!
I love strawberry season! We go on a strawberry picking field trip Friday, yeah! These pies and tarts look scrumptious. I made one with a chocolate cookie crust last year that was also divine. Good thing dinner is ready now, you have me hungry!
Me to Gretchen, love the strawberry season!! Then blueberry season right after 🙂 Love your garden.
Oh yes, blueberry season is also awesome. So much picking to do and goodies to make. We are still enjoy blueberry jam and strawberry vanilla jam from last year’s berries😃
Looks wonderful Michael! I love strawberries!
thank you Bernice!
Oh boy do I love a good strawberry pie. Yum, can’t wait for the strawberries to hit the farmers market. Have to look at your recipe. That pie looks so good.
Me too, one of my favorites Suzanne!! thank you!
I remember my first Southern strawberry pie at Shoney’s back when I started college in Knoxville. (WAY in the last century) Fruit pies in Maine generally had a crust for a top. I fell in love and learned to make it at home. This post reminds me that I’ve not made one since I moved to Australia. It’s time!
My recipe is very similar to the Shoney’s pie, that is where I fell in love with the strawberry pie too but in Greenville, SC. I have been to the location in Knoxville TN but it has sense closed. 🙂
How delicious and beautiful your tarts look, Michael, and the photo is absolutely beautiful and very painterly, like something you’d see in the ‘Dutch Masters’ gallery of an art museum.