1 Qt. black berries
1 Qt. water (for creating the liquid)
Sweeten to taste
1/3 c. corn starch (for thickener)
1/2 c. water
2 cans biscuits
Cook 1 qt. berries in a large pot along with 1 qt. water until berries are done. Then strain berries to remove seeds. Sweeten them to taste. In bowl combine 1/3 c. corn starch and ½ c. water and blend together until it becomes as a smooth milk consistency. Pour this in the berries, gradually and stir as you pour. Let this come to a boil and keep stirring until the liquid is thickened. Next Roll out biscuits into a flattened oval shape as long as large as you can get them and bake them until golden brown or done. In a casserole dish, pour some of the berry and cornstarch mixture in the bottom of dish and let it cover the entire bottom. Then start layering your biscuits neatly and pour more berry and cornstarch mixture on top of the first layer of biscuits and add more biscuits to that and keep doing this until all the berries are used up and all biscuits are layered. Make sure all biscuits are completely emerged in the thickened berry liquid. Makes a good pie.
Submitted By: Janet M. KY