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Huckleberry Pie

This is the perfect cure for homesickness! A hug in your mouth!
Huckleberry Pie

Huckleberries are native to the northwestern United States and Canada, growing from Wyoming west to Alaska, Washington, and Oregon. The huckleberry has achieved something of a cult following in Montana and some communities even have huckleberry festivals every year where of course there is copious amounts of huckleberry pie! It's hard not to like this classic, beauty of a pie. Enjoy it with some freshly whipped cream on top for extra points!

You can make this pie using store bought pie dough, pre-baked pie shells or just use this recipe and make your own perfect pie crust!

Ready in
1 h
Calories Per Serving


  • pie dough for 1 double-crust pie (9-inch)
  • 6 Cups of huckleberries
  • 1 Teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • 1/4 Teaspoon allspice
  • 1 Cup soft brown sugar
  • 1/4 Cup freshly squeezed orange juice
  • zest of 1 lemon
  • pinch of salt


Preheat oven to 420°F.

Roll the pie dough into a large circle and line your 9-inch pie pan with the dough. Roll the second piece of dough into a large circle and cut into 1-inch strips — set aside. This will be used to lattice the top of the pie. Make sure you keep the dough refrigerated until you're ready to assemble otherwise it will get too mushy.

Place the huckleberries and orange juice in your pastry-lined pan.

In a small bowl, combine the sugar, flour and lemon zest. Spoon the mixture over the berries.

Seal the pie with the top crust. Or you can but the dough into strips and lattice the top. Then gently crimp the edges by pressing down with your index finger between your thumb and the index finger of your alternate hand. Cut some slits into the top so it can steam.

Mix an egg yolk with some water and brush the surface of the pie.

Cover the edges of the pie with foil so it doesn't burn.

Bake for 25 minutes at 400°F then remove the foil.

Bake for an additional 15 minutes at 350°F until the filling bubbles.

Serve with whipped cream or vanilla ice cream.