Tarheel Blackberry Tart

I think I should just start by saying… Fall is here!

Yeah, I know…it’s still warm out, the leaves have not all changed and the I haven’t watched; It’s the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown® ( yet ) but it is close y’all !!

That hubbyman of mine has been out back all day, manning the smoker as he loves to do and I thought … “Hey, he made me ribs, least I can do is pop a tart in the oven”  I often do not think in Italics… but it looks pretty right? Anyway, I made an amazing little cup of sweet fall goodness… and easy as, um, pie?

try it, you will like it too…. pinky promise..

loves ya!

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Ingredients

Half Pint of good ole Carolina Blackberries ( okay any state will work)

2 Tablespoons white sugar

1 teaspoon corn starch

1 prepared/rolled pie shell… you know the ones

that is it….what?? yup! ( is talking to self )

check this out….. it’ll blow your mind…. 

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Roll out the dough a bit thinner than is comes, use flour on your pin to keep it from sticking…

place on a large Cookie sheet…. ( y’all, my cookie sheets are so…well… rustic! That’s a good word for old right?)

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In a bowl, add the corn starch to the berries…

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Add the sugar and then, using a fork stir well… kinda mash them a wee bit as you go, but keep it very chunky.

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add them to the center of your dough and then fold the sides in toward the berries…

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like this!

Bake at 350 for about 15-19 minutes… remove from pan and allow to cool…

serve with powdered sugar, whipped cream or ice cream…. DELISHUSHNESS! ( new word, roll with it)

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