Fallout 76 Recipe: Carnival Pie (Triple Berry Pie)


This post may contain affiliate links, sponsored content and products received at no cost.
4:00 AM

Fallout 76 Recipe: Carnival Pie (Triple Berry Pie)  Nuka World on Tour brought us several new and exciting recipes!   One of my favorites is the Carnival Pie!   I'm sharing the perfect pie to make to please a vault full of dwellers--this yummy triple berry pie is sure to please everyone!

Fallout 76 Recipe: Carnival Pie (Triple Berry Pie)


Nuka World on Tour brought us several new and exciting recipes!


One of my favorites is the Carnival Pie!


I'm sharing the perfect pie to make to please a vault full of dwellers--this yummy triple berry pie is sure to please everyone!


Fallout 76 Recipe: Carnival Pie (Triple Berry Pie)  Nuka World on Tour brought us several new and exciting recipes!   One of my favorites is the Carnival Pie!   I'm sharing the perfect pie to make to please a vault full of dwellers--this yummy triple berry pie is sure to please everyone!

The carnival pie is spotted in the fair booths at Nuka World on Tour, on the way to Lewisburg Train Station.


There's a stall with 3 glorious pies on the table.


I think you can buy some from Betty Hill as well, she's over by the Tunnel of Love.


If you look closely at these Carnival Pies...you'll see a little mysterious hand in there...although the recipe does not let you know what kind of hand it is.


Mole rat maybe?


The carnival pie is spotted in the fair booths at Nuka World on Tour, on the way to Lewisburg Train Station.   There's a stall with 3 glorious pies on the table.   I think you can buy some from Betty Hill as well, she's over by the Tunnel of Love.   If you look closely at these Carnival Pies...you'll see a little mysterious hand in there...although the recipe does not let you know what kind of hand it is.   Mole rat maybe?

My husband loves pie--it's his dessert of choice!


He's always enjoyed a berry pie...but I didn't start making pies until we had been married for 11 years!
Now I make a few a year--and it goes in spurts.


The triple berry pie is a fan favorite...and I think it has the perfect look of the carnival pie.


You could even use the pie crust to model a little hand and put it on the top of the pie instead of the lattice pattern.


My husband loves pie--it's his dessert of choice!   He's always enjoyed a berry pie...but I didn't start making pies until we had been married for 11 years! Now I make a few a year--and it goes in spurts.   The triple berry pie is a fan favorite...and I think it has the perfect look of the carnival pie.   You could even use the pie crust to model a little hand and put it on the top of the pie instead of the lattice pattern.

I love going to the fair.


I love the fun food--I'm looking at you Funnel Cakes.


I love the games, the bright lights, the atmosphere.


Whatever the real life reasons...I love going to Nuka World on Tour.


I like to look around and explore.


I love to play whac-the-commie--the secret to winning big money on that game is use the Thirst Zapper as your weapon.


No bullets expended and lots of points!


Give it a try!


How to make fallout 76 Nuka World On Tour Carnival Pie (Triple Berry Pie)

Maybe I like to go to Nuka World on Tour because I didn't get to go to enough fairs, carnivals and events growing up.


I know my parents did as well as they could...but I probably only went to one or 2.


Maybe I like to go to Nuka World on Tour because I didn't get to go to enough fairs, carnivals and events growing up.   I know my parents did as well as they could...but I probably only went to one or 2.

Carnival Pie is found in Fallout 76 with season 11, Nuka World on Tour!


It's a pie with some kind of animal hand in it.


A mole rat maybe--the recipe in the video game doesn't include it! 


What do you think this is?


Carnival Pie is found in Fallout 76 with season 11, Nuka World on Tour!   It's a pie with some kind of animal hand in it.   A mole rat maybe--the recipe in the video game doesn't include it!    What do you think this is?

Fallout 76 Carnival Pie Recipe Ingredients:


  • 2 Boiled Water
  • 2 Melons
  • 2 Mirelurk Eggs
  • 2 Sugar
  • 1 Wood


When consumed, it gives an additional 40 hit points for 60 game minutes...and helps your heal rate.


Fallout 76 Carnival Pie Recipe Ingredients:  2 Boiled Water 2 Melons 2 Mirelurk Eggs 2 Sugar 1 Wood   When consumed, it gives an additional 40 hit points for 60 game minutes...and helps your heal rate.

The Carnival Pie recipe can only be found as a reward for completing the "Tunnel of Love" event.


You can find Carnival Pies around the park...Betty Hill sells them, there are 3 on a stall at the entrance of the park near Lewisburg Train Station, and has a 9% chance of being awarded to players at the completion of the Nuka World on Tour events: Tunnel of Love, Seismic Activity, Most Wanted and Spin the Wheel.


Mirelurk eggs are by far the hardest of the ingredients to find...but I have success going to Ohio River Adventure and combing the shore.


The Carnival Pie recipe can only be found as a reward for completing the "Tunnel of Love" event.   You can find Carnival Pies around the park...Betty Hill sells them, there are 3 on a stall at the entrance of the park near Lewisburg Train Station, and has a 9% chance of being awarded to players at the completion of the Nuka World on Tour events: Tunnel of Love, Seismic Activity, Most Wanted and Spin the Wheel.   Mirelurk eggs are by far the hardest of the ingredients to find...but I have success going to Ohio River Adventure and combing the shore.

The recipe also calls for melon...in this case we are going to use a triple berry blend.


Trust me, this fruity cinnamony pie is a crowd pleaser!


The recipe also calls for melon...in this case we are going to use a triple berry blend.   Trust me, this fruity cinnamony pie is a crowd pleaser!

Ingredients Needed for Triple Berry Carnival Pie:


  • 1 (21 oz) Can of Cherry Pie Filling
  • 1/2 Cup Sugar
  • 2 Cups Triple Berry Blend (frozen)
  • 2 Tablespoons of Cornstarch
  • 1 Tablespoon of Cinnamon


Bake 375* for 45 minutes

Ingredients Needed for Triple Berry Carnival Pie:  1 (21 oz) Can of Cherry Pie Filling 1/2 Cup Sugar 2 Cups Triple Berry Blend (frozen) 2 Tablespoons of Cornstarch 1 Tablespoon of Cinnamon  1 teaspoon Milk 1 Tablespoon Sugar 9 inch Pie Dish  Bake 375* for 45 minutes

Step 1: Mix Pie Filling


Add one can of cherry pie filling into a mixing bowl.


Add 1/2 cup of sugar.


Add 2 tablespoons of cornstarch.


Add 1 tablespoon of cinnamon.


Add 2 cups of frozen Three Berry blend.


Step 1: Mix Pie Filling  Add one can of cherry pie filling into a mixing bowl.   Add 1/2 cup of sugar.   Add 2 tablespoons of cornstarch.   Add 1 tablespoon of cinnamon.   Add 2 cups of frozen Three Berry blend.

No eggs needed for this berry pie, the cornstarch does all the thickening.


Good thing too--those mirelurk eggs are hard to find!


No eggs needed for this berry pie, the cornstarch does all the thickening.   Good thing too--those mirelurk eggs are hard to find!

Mix the mixture of berries and sugar together until well incorporated.


Then set it aside while you make the pie crust.


Mix the mixture of berries and sugar together until well incorporated.   Then set it aside while you make the pie crust.

Step 2: Make Pie Crust


Ingredients Needed for Homemade Pie Crust:


  • 2 Cups Flour
  • 3/4 Cup Butter (cold and cut into pieces)
  • 1/2 Cup Cold Water
  • 1 teaspoon Salt

I always make my own pie crusts, because I like knowing the ingredients in it...and I always use real butter. This can be made with shortening, if you are in to that.


Step 2: Make Pie Crust  Ingredients Needed for Homemade Pie Crust:  2 Cups Flour 3/4 Cup Butter (cold and cut into pieces) 1/2 Cup Cold Water 1 teaspoon Salt  I always make my own pie crusts, because I like knowing the ingredients in it...and I always use real butter. This can be made with shortening, if you are in to that.

Incorporate ingredients and blend together slowly with a pastry blender.


Do not knead or overwork the dough.


Then roll it out on a lightly floured surface and place it in the pie dish.


You can also you a store bought pie crust for this yummy pie.


Incorporate ingredients and blend together slowly with a pastry blender.   Do not knead or overwork the dough.   Then roll it out on a lightly floured surface and place it in the pie dish.   You can also you a store bought pie crust for this yummy pie.

Step 3: Fill the Pie


Pour all the triple berry pie filling into the pie crust--this is the perfect amount of filling for one 9 inch pie.


Step 3: Fill the Pie  Pour all the triple berry pie filling into the pie crust--this is the perfect amount of filling for one 9 inch pie.

Cut the extra pie crust into strips for making a simple lattice on the top of the pie...or cut out a little hand to put on top for the added carnival pie experience.


Cut the extra pie crust into strips for making a simple lattice on the top of the pie...or cut out a little hand to put on top for the added carnival pie experience.

I remember the first time I did a simple weave on the top of a pie.


I felt super cool, like I was just awarded the medal of heroes.


You know, like finishing off the Seismic Activity event for the first time!


I remember the first time I did a simple weave on the top of a pie.   I felt super cool, like I was just awarded the medal of heroes.   You know, like finishing off the Seismic Activity event for the first time!

Step 4: Finishing Off Pie Egde


Finish off the edge of the pie by folding the edge under itself.


This makes a nice thick wavy edge.


If you don't like the thick edges, then use a knife and trim the crust to the edge of the pie dish before making the wavy edge...and it won't be as thick.


We like it thick here. 😉​


Step 4: Finishing Off Pie Egde  Finish off the edge of the pie by folding the edge under itself.   This makes a nice thick wavy edge.   If you don't like the thick edges, then use a knife and trim the crust to the edge of the pie dish before making the wavy edge...and it won't be as thick.   We like it thick here. 😉​

Make the wavy pie edge with the thumb and pointer finger of the left hand resting gently on the crust.


Use the pointer finger of the right hand to gently pull the crust towards the center of the pie.


Then repeat all around the edge of the pie.


Make the wavy pie edge with the thumb and pointer finger of the left hand resting gently on the crust.   Use the pointer finger of the right hand to gently pull the crust towards the center of the pie.   Then repeat all around the edge of the pie.

Brush the top of the pie crust with a little milk and sprinkle it with granulated sugar.


Bake in the oven at 375*F for 45 minutes or util the crust is golden brown and the berries are bubbly.


Then remove from the oven and let cool at least 2 hours on the counter.


Serve warm-ish or wait until it's cold--whatever your preference.


Store in the fridge for up to one week.


Brush the top of the pie crust with a little milk and sprinkle it with granulated sugar.   Bake in the oven at 375*F for 45 minutes or util the crust is golden brown and the berries are bubbly.   Then remove from the oven and let cool at least 2 hours on the counter.   Serve warm-ish or wait until it's cold--whatever your preference.   Store in the fridge for up to one week.

I don't prefer pie.


I'd rather eat something chocolatey.


But this is a really yummy pie.


I love the crispy, flaky crust...and the sweet cinnamon berries.


It's a family favorite!


I don't prefer pie.   I'd rather eat something chocolatey.   But this is a really yummy pie.   I love the crispy, flaky crust...and the sweet cinnamon berries.   It's a family favorite!

That's it!


Make the perfect Carnival Pie for your next Fallout party, TV series premiere, or just because!


You will not be disappointed by this yummy dessert, straight from the wasteland!


Like, Pin and Save!


Make the perfect Carnival Pie for your next Fallout party, TV series premiere, or just because!   You will not be disappointed by this yummy dessert, straight from the wasteland!












facebook Follow Me on Pinterest Youtube Instagram twitter
postscript

Comments