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Hey, Boo! Don’t be scared. This hauntingly delicious Boo Berry Pie is easier to make than you may think, and I’m excited to show you exactly how to do it.

A closeup colorful photo of a Boo Berry Pie with a haunted house and ghost painted pie crust

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Boo Berry Pie is a delicious mixed berry pie with orange zest and orange juice to kick up the flavor.

**Please Note – The printable recipe card with detailed instructions, complete ingredient measurements, and nutritional information for making Boo Berry Pie is available at the end of this post. OR you can hit the “jump to recipe” button (found above) to be taken directly to the recipe. 


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The ingredient list:

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Kitchen tools and equipment required:

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How difficult is it to make Boo Berry Pie:

If it looks scary or intimidating to make, I hope you’ll stick with me because I’ll walk you through the entire process of just how simple it is to recreate. 

Remember, it’s just for fun and every pie will be different so cut yourself some slack, and then cut yourself some pie dough. You got this!

Keeping things simple!

To make things simple I’ve used a store-bought deep dish pie crust and a flat-rolled refrigerated crust for the easy cut out shapes.

However, if you love to make your own pie crust and you’ve got the time I say GO FOR IT!

Vertical close up image of a Halloween pie with ghosts, haunted house, and pumpkins. Boo berry pie.

Tips and tricks for making Boo Berry Pie with painted pie crust:

  • First and foremost…Have fun with it!!!
  • Keep your flat pie crust as cold as possible so it cuts better.
  • Don’t worry about perfection, if you’re nervous about cutting out shapes freehand, draw your images on a sheet of paper then place them on top of your pie crust and cut around them.
  • Make sure to wash your paintbrush in water before changing colors.
  • For more vivid colors, paint 2 coats of color on each item.
  • Add water to affix the pieces together, but you can move them around first until you’re happy with their placement.
  • Make it as detailed as possible, OR keep it simple with only one, or two, ghosts if desired. It’s your pie and you can make it however you like.
  • Place the decorated pie on a baking sheet before baking in case the filling bubbles over.
  • The colors of the gel egg wash will intensify slightly during baking.
  • While the pie is baking, keep an eye on it and if the outer crust looks like it’s getting too brown, cover the outer pie crust with foil.
  • After the pie has baked and cooled, use a detail paintbrush and the black egg wash to add the faces on the ghosts and pumpkin.

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Can Boo Berry Pie be made ahead and frozen?

Yes! I’ve done it several times.

After the pie has baked and cooled completely, wrap it well in several layers of plastic wrap.

Freeze for up to two months.

To serve after freezing:

Thaw the unwrapped pie completely at room temperature.

To warm, place the thawed pie in a low preheated 325-degree oven for 15 minutes prior to serving.

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Additional Halloween Recipes:

Stick with me (marshmallow humor) as I show you just how painless making this Frankenstein Rice Cereal Halloween Treat will be.

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Can you wrap your “head” around eating gory brain food jello for Halloween? Try not to “think” about it too much, and you’ll be just fine. *insert evil laughter here*

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So the other day I faced my fears (Halloween humor) and went on Facebook to make my Rat Loaf Meatloaf LIVE, from my Kudos Kitchen. 

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From spooky to cute, sweet to savory, today’s Halloween recipe roundup has everything you’ll need to celebrate Halloween with your little (and big) goblins alike.

Below is the printable recipe card along with the exact ingredient measurements and nutritional information for making today’s fun Halloween dessert.

If you’ve made this recipe, or are excited to make this recipe, I’d appreciate it if you’d take a moment to leave it a star rating in the recipe card, along with a comment if you’re so inclined. Thank you. 🙂

Hauntingly Delicious Boo Berry Pie -

Boo Berry Pie

Renee – Kudos Kitchen
Don’t be scared. This Hauntingly Delicious Boo Berry Pie is easier to make than you may think and I’m excited to show you exactly how to do it.
5 from 17 votes
Prep Time 30 mins
Cook Time 1 hr
Total Time 1 hr 30 mins
Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Servings 8 slices
Calories 140 kcal


  • 1 deep dish pie shell
  • ½ cup fresh blackberries
  • cups fresh blueberries
  • 1 tablespoon fresh orange zest
  • 2 tablespoons fresh orange juice
  • 1 teaspoon almond extract
  • 1/8 teaspoon salt
  • ½ cup tapioca
  • ¼ cup granulated sugar
  • 3 tablespoons butter softened
  • 1 refrigerated flat pie crust
  • 1 large egg
  • gel food color red, white, purple, green, orange, black, yellow


  • Preheat oven to 350-degrees.

To make the pie:

  • In a large bowl, stir together the blueberries, blackberries, orange zest, orange juice, almond extract, salt, tapioca, and sugar.
  • Pour the berry filling evenly into a deep-dish pie crust. Dot the top of the blueberries with the softened butter. Set aside. 

To make the decorated crust:

  • Lightly flour a cutting surface and roll or press out a 9" flat refrigerated crust.
  • Use a sharp paring knife to cut out your desired shapes. Use a spatula to gently place the shapes on top of the pie filling, moving them around until you’re happy with their placement.
  • Use a light amount of water to affix the shapes together.
  • Mix one egg with 1 tablespoon of water in a measuring cup with a pour spout.
  • Add approximately 2 teaspoons of eggwash into very small cups (cut paper cups work well for this) for each different of gel color you’re using. Mix each color well.
  • Use a clean paintbrush to paint the details onto each cut pie crust piece. Two coats may be needed for more intense color if desired. **Note – Make sure to clean the paintbrush with clean water between each color change.
  • Place the pie onto a baking sheet and bake in a preheated oven for (approximately) 60 minutes, or until the juices ooze slightly, and the outer pie crust is golden in color. *Note – if the outer pie crust turns golden too quickly, cover the outer rim of the pie crust with foil.
  • Cool on a cooling rack. When the pie is completely cool, add the faces to the ghosts and pumpkin with the black eggwash and a small detail brush if desired.
  • Refrigerate until ready to serve.  Serve chilled or at room temperature.



Tools and equipment;
large bowl, wooden spoon, measuring cups, measuring spoons, microplane or zester, baking sheet, paring knife, paper cups or small bowls, paintbrush, detail paintbrush, paper towels, spatula or offset spatula, water bowl.


Serving: 1sliceCalories: 140kcalCarbohydrates: 23gProtein: 1gFat: 5gSaturated Fat: 2gCholesterol: 34mgSodium: 84mgFiber: 1gSugar: 12g
Keyword boo berry pie, decorated Halloween pie
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Thank you so much for visiting me here today in my Kudos Kitchen! 

I sincerely hope you’ve enjoyed today’s fun and freaky Halloween Boo Berry pie as much as I’ve enjoyed bringing it to you!

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Recipe Rating

Nellie Tracy

Wednesday 4th of September 2019

LOVE this pie! So fun for Halloween parties!


Wednesday 4th of September 2019

Thank you, Nellie! It's great fun! The kids love it, and so do the grownups. :)

Denay DeGuzman

Wednesday 4th of September 2019

Wow! This has to be the cutest Halloween pie I've ever seen. Simply stunning. I'd love to make one for my nieces and nephews this Halloween season.


Wednesday 4th of September 2019

I hope you do, Denay. If you do, please tag me on Instagram as I'd love to see your finished pie! Have fun baking! Renee


Monday 8th of October 2018

I'm jealous of your pie abilities. This one is another stunner! Super creative and delicious looking.


Monday 8th of October 2018

No reason to be jealous. I do believe anyone can do it. Just have fun and don't put pressure on yourself to make it perfect. Have fun and you'll be successful. Thank you for the compliment though ;)


Friday 5th of October 2018

I always love your painted crust pies, and I really love your haunted house and ghosties on this one!


Friday 5th of October 2018

Thank you so much, Jenni! I think you also know how much fun these are for me to make. It's a tough job but somebody has to do it. LOL

Toni | Boulder Locavore

Thursday 4th of October 2018

This is amazing! You are really creative!


Friday 5th of October 2018

Thank you, Toni. I really love what I do so its great fun for me!