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The combination of blackberries, raspberries and blueberries plus a crumb topping make for a scrumptious Razzleberry Pie! A triple berry pie recipe only magnifies the delectable flavor profile!

Razzleberry Pie or Triple Berry Pie slice topped with ice cream on a white plate

Razzleberry Pie AKA Triple Berry Pie

Once in a blue moon, my mom would treat us to a dessert from the grocery store. Pound cake, frosted fudge cake and one of our favorites, razzleberry pie.  Our taste buds loved that pie!

What exactly is a razzleberry you might ask?? Well you won’t find these in a berry patch, but instead, this mythical berry occurs only when a mixture of raspberries, blackberries and sometimes even blueberries make their way into a pie. A what a magnificent pie these “berries” make!

Razzleberry Pie or Triple Berry Pie in a ceramic pie plate


A Razzleberry Pie for Bill

I wasn’t in the cheeriest mood, but I felt like baking. I asked the hubby what he’d like for dessert. I hoped he would suggest the ubiquitous chocolate chip bars,a treat I could bake blindfolded. And a little cookie dough would certainly lift the doldrums.

But, no, instead he offered blueberry pie as his request. In the middle of winter. When blueberries come in teeny, outrageously expensive containers. And I’d need to roll out a pie crust. Ugh. I got to thinking about that childhood triple berry pie—Bill would eat that! And a crumb topping would eliminate the need for that pesky top crust!

A Triple Berry Winner!

Within minutes of popping this baby in the oven, Bill was deeply inhaling the aroma coming from the kitchen. It must have been the butter and cinnamon in the crumb topping, but a half hour later, it was the warmed berries that tantalized my senses. Bill was a happy camper with his after-dinner slice of this razzleberry pie, but I’ll probably need to make him that blueberry pie eventually.

Razzleberry Pie or Triple Berry Pie viewed from above

Guest Post for Manu

I am pleased as punch to be sharing this recipe with my lovely friend, Manu, who resides on the other side of the world from me. It’s still hard to fathom how close I’ve become to numerous bloggers I’ve never even met, especially those who were newbies to the blogging world when I was. Manu and I met through Daring Bakers early in both our blogging days, and I became a quick admirer of her fabulous Italian dishes and more.

Her genuine good nature shines through in her posts—and her photography and recipes are top notch. Pop over to her blog and check out my triple berry pie recipe and check out her wonderful site, Manu’s Menu.  Thanks, Manu, for inviting me to share a recipe on your blog today!


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Razzleberry Pie | A delectable triple berry pie with a sweet, buttery crumb topping

Razzleberry Pie

A delectable triple berry pie with a crumb topping

  • Author: Liz Berg
  • Prep Time: 40 minutes
  • Cook Time: 1 hour
  • Total Time: 1 hour 40 minutes
  • Yield: 8 servings 1x
  • Category: Dessert, Pie
  • Method: Mixing, Baking
  • Cuisine: American


  • 1 homemade or store bought pie crust
  • 2 cups frozen raspberries
  • 2 cups frozen blackberries
  • 2 cups frozen blueberries
  • 3/4 cup sugar
  • 1/4 cup cornstarch


  • 1 1/4 cups flour
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • 1/2 cup brown sugar
  • 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1/2 cup (1 stick) butter, melted


  1. Place the berries a colander over a large bowl and let thaw.
  2. Make crumb topping by mixing together flour, baking powder, brown sugar and cinnamon in a medium bowl. Mix in melted butter till combined. Set aside.
  3. Line a 9-inch pie plate with a pastry crust. Refrigerate while prepping filling and topping.
  4. Preheat oven to 375º.
  5. Take one cup of berry mixture and add them along with the sugar to a saucepan. Cook over low heat till they start to boil.
  6. Mix cornstarch with a couple tablespoons of water and add to the fruit along with about a half cup of berry juices from the bowl beneath the colander. Bring to a boil and cook till mixture thickens and becomes clear.
  7. Pour berries from the colander into a bowl. Mix in thickened berries and juices, then pour the berry mixture into pie crust. Crumble topping over filling.
  8. Bake at 375º for 15 minutes. Decrease temperature to 350º and bake another 45 minutes till filling is bubbling. Cover with foil if topping starts to get too dark.
  9. Let cool an hour or more before serving.


Allow additional time for thawing berries.
If your berries aren’t very juicy, you may want to decrease your cornstarch to 3 tablespoons.

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25 comments on “Razzleberry Pie {Triple Berry Pie Recipe}”

  1. You know we love our pies here! This sounds like a fun combo and I’m glad you could at least get a few blueberries in it for Bill:@) I’m looking forward to berry season this year and hope to do more with them.

  2. I am so glad that you chose this pie to blog about. I had no idea the combination of those 3 berries is called razzleberry. I will keep the recipe to make for my husband since one of his faves is blackberry pie. I know he will love this combination of berries in one single pie. Heading to Manu’s blog!

  3. Razzleberry pie!!! Liz, I love this!! Your kids are too old for this but there’s a kids’ show called yo gabba gabba where they have “dazzleberry” lemonade . . a mixture of all kinds of berries. . your gorgeous pie reminded me of this!!! love!!!

  4. Dear Lizzy, this truly is a magnificent pie. My family would love this…a perfect spring dessert. xo, Catherine

  5. Look wonderful Lizzy!!

  6. Looks like a great dish! Popping over to Manu’s to read all about it right now . . .

  7. Adding razzelberry to my vocabulary! Love it, Liz. Trotting on over to Manu’s now to check out this magical pie with wonderful memories <3

  8. So gorgeous Liz, and I adore the crumb topping! The more crumb, the better :).

  9. Love this Liz – the name alone makes me want to make one!

  10. What a gorgeous and mouthwatering pie , Lizzy ! The razzleberry sounds delightful on its own 😀 Gonna check the recipe at your friend’s site .

  11. Gorgeous pie! My mom did the same thing, and we would get so excited…then my siblings and I would fight over what to get :p Overall, those were some great times!

  12. That is a gorgeous and delicious sounding pie! My mom used to make fruit pies with a crumb topping like that – I’d forgotten all about that. No wonder Bill loved it – look perfect! Great guest post.

  13. Razzleberry it will be for the rest of my life. I love that name. I would be boring and call it mixed berry pie but no more. What a nice guest post.

  14. You aren’t kidding when you call that pie magnificent. That’s right up my alley! I’ll definitely be checking out the recipe link.

  15. omg, this is a perfect berry pie! i would so love this.

  16. Berry pies with a crumble are my favorite! Love this razzleberry pie! It looks gorgeous, Liz!

  17. I learned something new today Liz, thank you!

  18. I really love the picture that emphasizes the berry juice overflowing the pie pan. Makes me start smacking my lips and has me craving a piece of this pie!

  19. Lizzy,
    Your pie looks delicious. I’ve never had a razzleberry pie.

  20. Love the idea of the crumb topping because when I’ve made this pie before, I’ve gone the two-crust method and I think the crumb topping would be easier and even tastier! However, I would also add that the berry filling is even better when you also add lemon juice/zest to it – brings out the tartness of the berries 🙂

  21. Glad that you explained what razzleberry was – it looks and sounds delicious! Also good that you can use frozen berries as fresh are very expensive and not always available.

  22. My family would really love this pie. I am looking forward to more fall desserts.

  23. Love it! I didn’t thaw the berries out all the way and I didn’t add sugar to the berries and it still turned out great. Thanks!

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