This easy and delicious summer frozen mixed berry custard pie recipe will impress your guests with its looks and its flavor! If you’re looking for summer dessert ideas that will knock your socks off, try this easy vanilla custard pie.
An easy vanilla custard pie to love
We love to gather and spend time with family and friends, and the summertime is the perfect time to do so! A sweet treat is always welcomed, and there’s nothing like a cold, creamy and delicious custard.
Dreyer’s® Frozen Custard is extra rich and thick and has been an all-American favorite for years. There are six flavors to choose from Old Fashioned Vanilla, Chocolate Malt, Salted Caramel Pretzel, Snickerdoodle, Peanut Butter Pie, and Mint Cookies ‘N Cream.
Try our no-bake custard pie!
If you’re having a summer get-together, or simply want to savor the flavors of the season, we have a super simple dessert idea full of vanilla custard and fresh berries that fits the bill.
What looks like hours of professional, handcrafted work really is the simplest dessert that I have ever made! All you need are fresh berries, Dreyer’s® Frozen Custard, and a pie crust to make this frozen mixed berry custard pie. Here’s how to make it at home…
Frozen Mixed Berry Custard Pie Recipe
Ingredients needed for this frozen mixed berry pie:
- Dreyer’s Vanilla Custard
- Assorted mixed berries
- Graham cracker pie crust
Start making your frozen berry pie
For starters, we do recommend that you start making this pie the night before you intend to eat it. As soon as you bring home your Dreyer’s® Frozen Custard, allow it to thaw in the refrigerator. I did this overnight.
Next, wash all of your berries, pat dry and divide them in half, keeping the better-looking, whole berries together, and the ok-looking berries together.
Fill your graham cracker crust with fresh berries
Put the ok-looking berries into the bottom of your graham cracker pie crust. Pour over about half of the Dreyer’s® Frozen Custard, until the pie crust is full and berries are covered. Pop it in the freezer on a flat surface for about 3 hours, or until frozen.
Decorate the top of your vanilla berry pie
Remove the vanilla custard pie from the freezer and arrange the better-looking berries on the top of the pie as desired. You can slice and serve right away, or re-freeze for future use.
My whole family loved this pie, the tart berries with the sweet vanilla custard are a great combination. Y’all, I just can’t believe how easy this frozen berry vanilla custard pie was to make, it turned out GREAT!
Easy Frozen Mixed Berry Custard Pie Recipe
- 1 qt. container Dreyer's Old Fashioned Vanilla Ice Cream
- 3-4 cups fresh mixed berries
- 1 premade graham cracker pie crust
- As soon as you bring home your Dreyer’s® Frozen Custard, allow it to thaw in the refrigerator for at least 4 hours. I thawed my custard overnight.
- Wash all of your berries, pat dry, and divide them in half. Separate the better-looking, whole berries from the not-so-nice-looking berries.
- Put the not-so-nice-looking berries into the bottom of your graham cracker pie crust. Pour over about half of the Dreyer’s® Frozen Custard until the pie crust is full and berries are covered. Freeze on a flat surface for about 3 hours, or until frozen.
- Remove the vanilla custard pie from the freezer and arrange the better-looking, whole berries on the top of the pie as desired. You can slice and serve right away, or re-freeze for future use.
Savor the flavors of summer and enjoy Dreyer’s® Frozen Custard!
To us, frozen treats are a summer tradition. This no-bake mixed berry pie recipe is such an easy custard pie recipe and it is now a new favorite! Next time, I am going to get the Mint Cookies ‘N Cream flavor and smash up some extra cookies and chocolate pieces in a chocolate pie crust. Sounds dreamy — no — creamy!
Dreyer’s® Frozen Custard is available in the freezer aisle of your local retailer, including Target, Kroger, Safeway, Walmart, Publix, etc. Enjoy this amazing no bake custard pie recipe!
I am partnering with Dreyer’s® in a sponsored campaign to share this recipe. Opinions are my own.