Blueberries are among the most antioxidant-rich foods in the world. Their healthy benefits come from anthocyanins, the natural pigments that give them their color, and loads of vitamin C. This delightful pie is chock full of these dark-blue gems. The cooked and cooled filling is poured into a nine-inch baked pie crust. Our recipe for Easy Pie Crust makes two nine-inch crusts. If you have two pie pans, bake both crusts. Use one for this pie and wrap and freeze the other for another pie, another day!
Food as Medicine
Red wine is correctly promoted as heart-healthy because it is a good source of antioxidants known as anthocyanins. But a study published in the Journal of Food Chemistry found that a wine made from blueberries delivers 38 percent more of these free-radical fighters.
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