Frogalicious Fresh Strawberry Pie

So Easy A Frog Can Make It!

A Southern Favorite

I'm veering away from my usual political beat to share one of the most enticing fresh strawberry pie recipes I know by heart.. Fresh strawberries are about be to plentiful and drop in price as the harvest comes in. Fresh strawberries are key to this recipe - no frozen berries should hit the pie shell. It is easy to make and scrumptious.

Preheat your oven to 400 degrees and brown one deep dish pie shell or make your own for added freshness. Remove from oven and let it start cooling. You won't need to oven again for this delight.

Hull a one pound container of fresh berries which have been thoroughly washed then half or quarter the red little rascals. Don't worry you'll use them all.

In a sauce pan place and bring to a boil:

1 cup of water and 3/4 cup of sugar

Then add 3 table spoons of dissolved corn starch to begin the thickening process

Add 2 tablespoons of Karo syrup, the contents of a 3 oz packet of strawberry jello and just a dash of salt.

Stir continuously on a slow boil until the glaze is thick. Remove from heat. Make your own glaze this way folks, no packaged shortcuts. Again freshness is required.

Place your fresh berries into the browned, deep dish pie shell and cover with the homemade glaze. Allow to cool for a short time before popping that puppy into the frig. Refrigerate until glaze is solidified. I use Cool Whip to top a piece after I am ready to chow down. Simple huh?

Bon Appetite.

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laurels passions 5 years ago from Belmont, NH

Yum! Sounds awesome! I go strawberry picking whenever I can, and am always looking for easy recipes. This one is a definite!

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breakfastpop 5 years ago

Dear Frog Prince,

You never cease to amaze me. The recipe sounds so terrific, I will definitely try it. Thank you..

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The Frog Prince 5 years ago from Arlington, TX Author

BPOP - Might serve it as a side at the breakfast table? Yes, I am a chef! LMAO

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Cassie Ann 5 years ago

Sounds delicious and so easy - but I will make my own pie crust and whipped cream. Thanks, Frog Prince, for sharing.

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50 Caliber 5 years ago from Arizona

Frog sounds great, I'm gonna do it, but with a graham cracker crust! I'll be letting you know how it goes as the topper to smoked Elk shoulder and beans, corn, taters and Artisan style bread from a recipe I got, here at the pages from Delores Monet and her hub

After making sourdough and pretty much a days close watching and kneading this recipe is an overnight dream to make! Now top all that with your pie and I probably will sleep well after a cigarette, ha ha, 50

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rkhyclak 5 years ago from Ohio

Umm YUM! If this is the path you'll be veering down when not writing political hubs, I'll definitely follow along! Rated it up...I wish they had a "yummy" button...

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The Frog Prince 5 years ago from Arlington, TX Author

rkhyclak - I have a belly button. Does that count? It's an inny too!

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rkhyclak 5 years ago from Ohio

LOL I suppose that would count...but I'll let FrogPrincess push that button! I'll stick with Up and Useful!

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Darlene Sabella 5 years ago from Hello, my name is Toast and Jam, I live in the forest with my dog named Sam ...

Hello my sweet Frog, this is so easy even I can make this great recipe. I would hold out the sugar because of high sugar intake, but nevertheless this is fantastic. Rate up up love & peace darski

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caltex 5 years ago

That sure looks yummy! Thanks! Voted up and bookmarked!

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b. Malin 5 years ago

This sounds so Delicious...and even I can make it, and I will! Thanks Frog Prince...and when Strawberries are really in season, they are so sweet that sugar is not necessary.

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RealHousewife 5 years ago from St. Louis, MO

You really are a Prince! I kept waiting for some crazy ingredient or the punch:). This sounds delicious and I do cook up a storm:-)!

I bet the kids will love it!

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Minnetonka Twin 5 years ago from Minnesota

My mouth is watering. I can't wait to make this recipe this spring. I'm gonna bookmark this baby. Thanks for sharing:)

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50 Caliber 5 years ago from Arizona

Frog, the Chef? tell me sir do they make a tool for squirting this mixture into a jelly roll? If so I need the name so I might look one up to buy on line or in town as this sounds great for a jelly roll! dust

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The Frog Prince 5 years ago from Arlington, TX Author

Dusty - Try a cake decorating tube my friend.

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The Frog Princess 5 years ago from Florence area of the Great Pee Dee of South Carolina

We keep this is the refrig all summer long. Froggy loves Strawberry pie ya. On hot summer evening it is great to eat while sitting on our dock.

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Dave Mathews 5 years ago from NORTH YORK,ONTARIO,CANADA

Frog this is delicious. I love strawberries and with a Graham Cracker base it would be marvellous.I was wondering have you tried mixing a little rhubarb into the filling

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dearabbysmom 5 years ago from Indiana

I tried strawberry pie at a church dinner that was out of this world, and was trying to figure out what the ingredients were. Reading this, I think this is the recipe, or at least very similar. Can't wait to try, thank you!

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The Frog Prince 5 years ago from Arlington, TX Author

Mom - I have one in the frig right now ready to tear into tonight! Yummy!

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RTalloni 5 years ago from the short journey

This is one of those recipes that I could substitute half the sugar with stevia, or use the Sun Crystals in. Thanks for sharing!

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