Blueberry Pie Tapioca flour can be used to make a thinner blueberry pie. Once the pie has cooled, you

should use the recipe's instructions for cooling. You can either drain the excess liquid from your pie or soak it in a paper

towel. This secret ingredient will prevent your blueberry pie becoming a messy mess when you cut it. Because

you only need a small amount, it is more economical than cornstarch or flour. It also doesn't alter the texture or

color of the pie filling. Tapioca Flour is available in most grocery stores, as well as online. This recipe will make

fresh blueberry pie that is delicious, not too sweet, and stays together when cut into. I am proud to present a

blueberry pie that I have tested and perfected over the years. Blueberry pie is best made with smaller blueberries.

The blueberries are less juicy which makes the pie thicker. You can use frozen blueberries in place of fresh. I

recommend this triple berry pie recipe. This recipe will produce a thin pie filling if you use frozen blueberries. The

recipe uses frozen berries, and the filling is cooked until it becomes thick before being added to the pie shell.