Posted: 4/12/2013 4:42:13 AM
I made this pie last night, very, very, tasty, but way to juicy,will add more cornstarch on the next one....
No complaints.The pie pan was emptied in just a few minutes
I was able to purchase the rhubarb from walmart in the frozen food section,and i used fresh strawberries..
This recipe is a true keeper.
Posted: 8/22/2011 4:12:36 PM
Very tasty and simple to make! I love the balance of flavors and it's something a little different than the norm!
Posted: 4/23/2011 12:45:12 PM
sweetangelove, you can get frozen rhubarb at Publix in TN
Posted: 6/20/2010 7:38:20 PM
I used fresh rhubarb as I couldn't find frozen anywhere. The flavor was good but the bottom crust was soggy. There was too much juice in the pie so it was runny. Next time I will add more cornstarch to the mix and hope it will come out right.
Posted: 6/11/2010 1:28:47 PM
This pie is simply delicious. Quick and easy to put together. My husband ate most of the first one I made and wants me to make another one. This is really a special treat that just says, summer picnic!
Posted: 5/29/2010 9:55:18 AM
wow fabulous. just like my grandmother used to make. and very easy and with the frozen prdt. u can have it any time of the year. easy and very good. thats what i like. i did put an egg wash on top cause i did not do the lattice. now to find a blueberry pie. think i will become the pie queen in the neighborhood. :)
Posted: 5/25/2010 10:12:51 PM
I love this pie. The two flavors together is so sweet. my family likes strawberry & Rhubarb but when i put them together and followed this recipe. wow they were very happy! thanks for the recipe pillsbury!
Posted: 5/23/2010 11:46:48 AM
The only thing I changed was the sugar / to splenda. It is the best pie, my family loved it.
Posted: 5/20/2010 5:28:23 PM
Where do you find frozen rhubarb? This sounded delicious, but doesn't seem to be as consumer friendly as I'd like.
Posted: 5/11/2010 11:28:06 PM
This is a win win recipe...if you have more strawberries to use during seasons end, you can easily switch them to 3 cups and rhubarb to 2 cups which wins over kids, teens or others who think they don't like rhubarb...then, when rhubarb season is in, you have already introduced (desensitized) them to rhubarb and can use the 3 cups rhubarb with only a little taste difference. Half the battle is getting them to try it. I did this with my kids and now my grandkids and have made fans of them all. This recipe is a lot simpler than mine and easier to teach them while they are young...keeping my family tradition of baking alive!