Blackberries and mango are the perfect sweet tart combination in this blackberry mango curd pie!
blackberry mango curd pie

Cinnamon, spice and everything PIES.

That’s what little girls are made of.


Don’t even try to tell me that’s not how the rhyme goes. Nursery schmursery pickledy pie.

(See, it all comes back to pie.)

And look at me, practicing my nonsense rhyming skillz for future mommy-hood! I’m a natural at nonsense-ing, dontcha think?

(Just don’t tell the.boy cause it will make him all anxious. K, thanks!)


stephanieToday, however, is not about me or my aptitude(/lack thereof) for keeping a newborn alive and entertained.

It IS, however, about Stephanie of Girl Versus Dough and the imminent arrival of her first baby (a girl!), who will almost certainly be made out of pie!

(At least, I’m really hoping so. But I’ll settle for cinnamon. Or spice. Or ALL THE SWEETNESS.)


Stephanie and I first met at Big Summer Potluck last year, where we roomed with Audra and basically had a slumber party/watched Say Yes to the Dress every night before falling asleep.

Audra was a few months pregnant at the time and totally rubbed off her pregnancy-ness onto Steph, who then got pregnant maybe a month or so later.

(Should I be slightly concerned that I might be next? How long until fertility-by-association expires??)

(And by concerned, I mean exuberant. Again. Don’t tell the.boy.)

Anyways, I am SO EXCITED for Steph and can’t wait to meet her guaranteed-to-be-adorable daughter.


Though, I make no promises about not nibbling her cheeks and baby legs if she is, in fact, made out of pie.

Actually, I make no promises regardless. YAY!!!

Now, you should all go check out Steph’s most adorable ever baby belly and head on over to her site to say CONGRATULATIONS!

And make sure you celebrate to the max by stopping by these other blogs to see what everyone else cooked up!

Mini Strawberry Cheesecakes from Sarcastic Cooking

Lemon Blueberry Coffee Cake with Lemon Drizzle from Greens & Chocolate

Super Chewy M&M Blondies from The Realistic Nutritionist

Strawberry Cinnamon Twist Knots from A Kitchen Addiction

Lemon Shortbread with Salted Chocolate Drizzle from The Lemon Bowl

Chocolate Cherry Ice Cream from A Zesty Bite

Pecan Sticky Buns from Warm Vanilla Sugar

Strawberry Rhubarb Muffins from Garnish with Lemon

Chocolate Chip Pancakes from Susie Freaking Homemaker

Super Simple Sugar Cookies from Espresso and Cream

Raspberry Acai Frozen Margarita from Nutmeg Nanny

Berry Coconut Frozen Yogurt from The Law Student’s Wife

Pretty in Pink Buttercream Cups from Keep it Sweet Desserts

Broccoli Salad with Honey Toasted Walnuts from The Roasted Root

Neapolitan Baked Doughnuts from Climbing Grier Mountain

Giant Pink M&M and Raisinette Cookies from Steph’s Bite by Bite

No-Bake Rhubarb Cheesecake Parfait Cups from Hungry Girl Por Vida

Strawberry Rhubarb Crisp from A Cedar Spoon

Freckled Strawberry Rhubarb Lemonade from Take a Megabite

Vanilla Anise Cupcakes from Blahnik Baker

Mini Vanilla Bean Layer Cakes from The Baker Chick

Mini Blackberry Hazelnut Meringue Cakes from Eat Your Heart Out


This pie was the result of the Mega Mango Impulse Purchase of 2013. Unlike in previous years, I exercised some self control this time around and managed to save 2 out of the 6.02×10^23 that I bought for cooking/baking instead of just eating them all like the mango fiend I am. Yes, even I was quite impressed with myself.

And what do you know, mango curd topped with macerated blueberries makes for a pretty perfect pie filling! Especially when it’s encased in the flakiest, butteriest pie crust of all time. I mean, you can actually SEE the flake layers. Bet your refrigerated pie crust can’t do that.

If you have any real life baby showers to go to, this would be the perfect gift to tote along. Otherwise, I see Easter Sunday or a random spring morning when the birds are singing outside your window as prime pie-baking opportunities. Get to it.

Blackberry Mango Curd Pie
Blackberries and mango are the perfect sweet tart combination in this blackberry mango curd pie!
Yield: 1 9-inch pie
For the pie dough
  • 2½ cups all purpose flour
  • 2 tsp sugar
  • 1 tsp salt
  • 2½ sticks butter, cubed and chilled
  • ¼ to ⅓ cup cold water
For the pie dust
  • ¼ cup all purpose flour
  • ¼ cup sugar
For the mango curd
  • 2 medium mangoes, peeled, pitted and cut into chunks
  • ½ cup sugar
  • ¼ cup fresh lime juice
  • 3 large egg yolks
  • 5 tbsp unsalted butter, cut into chunks
For the pie
  • 1 pint blackberries
  • ⅓ cup sugar
  • 2 tbsp pie dust
  • 1¼ cups mango curd
  • 1 egg, beaten
  • 1 tbsp sugar
  1. First, make the pie crust. In the bowl of a food processor, combine the flour, sugar, and salt. Pulse a few times to combine. Add in the butter and then pulse until the mixture resembles coarse sand the butter is a bit smaller than peas. Slowly add in ¼ cup water, pulsing as you do. Add more water as needed until the dough just starts to come together.
  2. Remove the dough from the food processor and split in half. Pat each half into a flat disk and wrap with plastic wrap. Refrigerate for at least 2 hours or overnight.
  3. For the pie dust, whisk together the flour and sugar. Set aside in an airtight container.
  4. Make the mango curd while the dough chills. Set a double boiler up over medium heat. In the bowl of a food processor, puree the mango, sugar, and lime juice until smooth. Add in the egg yolks and mix for 30 seconds.
  5. Pour the mango mixture into the top bowl of the double boiler and lower the heat a bit. Stir the curd constantly until it is thick, about 10 minutes, or until it reaches 170F. Remove from the heat and stir in the butter until melted.
  6. Pour the mango curd through a fine-mesh sieve into a glass bowl. Place plastic wrap over the bowl so that it totally lines the top of the curd. Allow to cool in the refrigerator for at least 2 hours.
  7. For the pie, pour the blackberries into a bowl and toss with ⅓ cup sugar. Set aside to macerate, tossing every half hour or so.
  8. Remove one disk of dough from the fridge and roll it out into a 13-inch circle on a lightly floured surface. Use the dough to line a 9-inch pie pan, gently pressing the dough into the sides of the pan. Trim the dough so that there is about ½-inch overhang with the edges of the pan. Chill for 15 minutes in the freezer.
  9. Heat oven to 350F.
  10. Sprinkle 2 tbsp of the pie dust over the bottom of the pie crust.
  11. Spread the mango curd over the bottom of the crust. Top with the blackberries and sugar mixture. Roll out the second disk of pie dough into a 12 inch circle. Cut it into 10 strips and use these to make a lattice-topped pie. Brush the top crust with the beaten egg and sprinkle with the 1 tbsp sugar.
  12. Place the pie on a parchment-lined baking sheet and bake for 30 minutes, or until the edges of the crust look golden brown. Tent a piece of aluminum foil over the pie. Bake for another 25-35 minutes, or until the crust is golden. Remove the foil and bake for another 5 minutes, or until the pie is an even golden color. Allow pie to cool completely before serving.
Very slightly adapted from Sweet
Nutrition Information
Serving size: 1 slice


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97 Responses to Blackberry Mango Curd Pie

  1. debbie says:

    Love this combo. I find that I am always buying mangoes and looking for desserts for them but haven’t found that many. Just pinned this one.

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  4. Yay, Steph! Love this pie, Joanne… it’s making me crave summer picnics!

  5. What a lovely pie for such a special occasion! Babies, babies, babies everywhere 🙂

  6. Oh look at that, your mangos are all pretty and not at all mangled. Hmm. Strange. Didn’t know they could do that. This pie looks crazy phenomenal. And just looking at a pregnant belly makes you like 500x more likely to get pregnant (science!) so sharing a room with someone who’s pregnant pretty much guarantees a baby within like 2 years. Pretty sure.

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  8. Mira says:

    This looks delicious! Great combination of mango and blackberries, and I’m definitely impressed with your ability to save any mangoes for cooking… that’s certainly two more mangoes than I would be able to manage to save. 🙂

  9. Joanne! This is gorgeous! Such a sweet pie to honor sweet Steph!!!

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  11. Mango curd?! What the whaaaaat?! Need this in my life.

    And so happy for Steph! Her baby is destined to be adorable.

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  16. Kristen says:

    What a tasty combination and a fun occasion to celebrate!!

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  22. Deena kakaya says:

    What’s going on? You are using all my favourite ingredients lately and you may have heard how much I love mangoes, how I adore lemon in bakes and berries start most of my days. Clearly this delight is for me, isn’t it x

  23. This is the most delicious pie I have ever heard of. Seriously. I MUST make this.

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  26. What a great combination!!! Love this pie!!

  27. I love the combo of these two fruits. So tropical. Ah I do too watch Say Yes to the Dress. I love it 🙂

  28. i must have mango curd! looks delicious!

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  30. What a cute idea! I’m gonna fake a pregnancy just so you’ll make me this!

  31. These photos are absolutely stunning!!

  32. What a beautiful pie to celebrate with! Love the combination of blackberry and mango you came up with.

  33. Shannon says:

    ooh, mango and blackberries definitely a great pairing!

  34. Awesome baby shower!
    Beautiful pie! Looks like dive-right-in sort of pie. 🙂
    Have a great day Joanne!

  35. I love so much about this pie – the mango curd, the mango-blackberry combo, and that it’s for Steph! So good. Also, “sugar, spice, and everything pies”…girl, you get me.

  36. Yes and Yes! I want to gobble up this entire pie! #highfive

  37. Erika says:

    Wow.. this is blowing me away. Love this flavor combo.. and in a pie is even better.

  38. I love the combo of blackberries and mango in this gorgeous pie, Joanne. You are a great baker.

  39. Julia says:

    GORGEOUS! You’re a pie pro, Joanne! Love the mango and blackberry combo. Can I sneak off into the other room with this pie? Psyched to be showering with you today…errr….baby showering, that is 😉

  40. I love the combination of flavors that you have in this pie, it sounds great. BTW, I’ve been having a terrible time with my comments going through on blogspot but it seems to be working today. You have really been making some wonderful dishes.

  41. There’s all sorts of yummy goodness going on in this pie! Deeelish!

  42. Oh my sweet friend, thank you!! This pie is everything I love about everything ever and I want it in my life right this second. I also wish I could give you a hug in real life right this second. And maybe rub off some more of that baby sparkle dust passed on from Audra. 😉 JOKES.

  43. danielle says:

    We are mango lovers around here and a batch of mango curd would feel right at home in our house.

  44. What a gorgeous pie! Perfect for a party!

  45. gloria says:

    beautiful! and sounds amazing! and I adore mangoes sometimes we eat and I dont hae to make something like this:)
    just beautiful!

  46. cheri says:

    Mango and blackberries sound like a match made in heaven. What a great baker you are, the pie crust with the lattice topping is gorgeous!

  47. What a gorgeous berry pie for Steph’s virtual shower! Love those big, juicy berries with the tropical mango. Send a slice over this preggo’s way… or hell, gimme the whole thing!

  48. Congratulations to Stephanie! This is a beautiful pie (mango curd? Swoon … )
    Actually, you’ve just reminded me that I have a baby shower to go to next Tuesday. It’s tricky to get blackberries over here (as in, almost impossible!), but I’m sure I could choose something from the list to take! Thanks!

  49. Oh, and I’d really like to make that mango curd some time. Pinning!

  50. I love this combo, it’s packed with antioxidants and so pretty!

  51. If mangoes weren’t so expensive I would be making this curd tomorrow!

  52. Joanne this pie looks amazing!.

    This pictures are making my mouth water. Excellent!

    @tandy magos are expensive here but in the Caribbean you can find the for nothing! ;(

  53. Pam says:

    I have a feeling The.Boy will be an excellent father when the time is right and I KNOW you will be one amazing mama.

    The pie is absolutely stunning. Love the flavor combination and the lattice top looks lovely.

  54. Cindy says:

    Pie is always celebration appropriate. Love the blackberry and mango combo!

  55. Kate says:

    You know I’m a sucker for a good pie!

  56. Ooo mango curd!? I don’t think that would ever make it off the spoon and into this pie. I’d have to make a big batch haha

  57. Beth says:

    Swoon. This pie looks fabulous.

  58. Lisa says:

    Gorgeous! I can’t wait for berry season. My guy loves pie, and this one wouldn’t last long I am sure. I try to keep my sweet intake to a minimum, but if you put this in front of me, well I just don’t know what would happen!

  59. This is one gorgeous pie! I gotta try that mango curd!

  60. Eileen says:

    Hooray for pie, and for babies! I have never tried mango curd before–I bet it would be just as amazing on breakfast toast as in this pie. Well, okay, probably not QUITE as delicious! 🙂

  61. Ohhhh yeah you are on a mango roll and I love it! This looks soooooo good!

  62. I love making curd! The filling looks yummy.

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  64. Danguole says:

    This sounds so insanely good! A roommate once made me a strawberry and mango pie for my birthday and it was just the greatest thing. I’m a lobbyist for all the mango, in all the pies.

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  66. Foodiewife says:

    My husband adores mangos, sliced with fresh lime juice. He also loves olallieberries (sorry, not available on the East Coast) and I could easily adapt this recipe to use those, instead of blackberries. Mango curd… brilliant idea! Gotta make my man a pie like this. He’d be very happy. As for the babies… I wonder how long it will be before you join the mommy club? Yikes!

  67. I want a giant slice of this gorgeous pie! Love!

  68. Megan says:

    This pie sounds wonderful! Love Steph’s blog and I’m so happy for her. Great way to celebrate!

  69. What a spectacular pie! And a new baby girl (potential cook?) on the way. This is a combo I would have never thought of myself. Your berries so colorful and plump. Awesome!

  70. I am completely in favour of re-writing the nursery rhyme to give this. In fact, I’d be in favour of a lot of things if it meant I got this!

  71. I don’t EVEN know how to handle this pie. I mean, other than to eat every single bite of it and then make another, obviously. Thank you so much for joining in on the baby shower fun today!!

  72. Christine says:

    What a wonderful combination! Never thought of making mango curd. Must try soon!

  73. This is so beautiful and perfect for the spring that finally seems to be here! I didn’t know mango curd was a thing but now I want it on everything!

  74. Cassie says:

    This is an absolutely gorgeous pie, Joanne! I LOVE mangoes and now I want mango curd so, so badly.

  75. This looks unbelievably juicy and delicious. I want a big slice!

  76. Beautiful pie! That mango curd sounds delicious!

  77. Trisha says:

    Holy cow – this is amazing. I never really made curd before a few weeks ago.. and now I am obsessed. So delicious. But havent tried mango yet. This recipe is so unique and intriguing. I need to give it a go. Thanks for sharing Joanne! x

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  79. julia says:

    Wow those blackberries are making me hungry! And to pair it with mango is a great idea!

  80. Mangoes are the best, but I bet mango curd is even better. I have a huge thing for blackberry pies. And yes, why do people still insist on using premade crust. It’s not that hard to make and soooooo much better!

  81. I love the pie, yum! Blackberry and mango sounds like a great combination.

  82. Oh man the flavor combo of this beauty! I’d love a big slice right now!

  83. Reeni says:

    The sight of all those blackberries nestled into that curd made my taste buds do a happy dance! Gorgeous! Pie DUST? I love that term. Sounds magical.

  84. Wait what? Why am I not eating this right now? These pie flavours sounds like they marry amazingly together! Save me a slice!

  85. I’ve been obsessed with this pie ever since seeing it last week! It sounds delicious and I love the combo of fruits you used. Plus it looks gorgeous. 🙂

  86. Emma says:

    You can’t beat a homemade pie… love the mango blackberry combo too, YUM!

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  89. Now that’s MY kind of nursery rhyme! I love the color combo in this pie. Divine!

  90. Valentina says:

    this looks so good…


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