What are some kid-friendly recipes that use frozen blueberries?


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So easy that even children can help make them, blueberry cheesecake bites are a combination of thawed frozen blueberries, light whipped topping, softened light cream cheese and a little sugar. Freeze the mixture in an ice cube tray, and pop them out to enjoy a low calorie treat.

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What are some kid-friendly recipes that use frozen blueberries?
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To make a blueberry smoothie, use 2 cups of half thawed frozen blueberries blended with 8 ounces of vanilla yogurt, a little milk, a small can of pineapple juice and a drizzle of honey. Add several ice cubes at a time as the mixture blends until a dozen are incorporated, pour into glasses and serve at once.

Create easy blueberry muffins with 2 1/2 cups of pancake mix blended with 1/2 cup of sugar, and gently add to it a mixture of 1 egg beaten with 2/3 cup of water and 1/4 cup of oil. Carefully stir in partially thawed blueberries. Use paper-lined muffin cups for best results, filling them 2/3 full. Bake 14 minutes in a 400-degree oven.

Place 2 cups of partially thawed blueberries into a food processor bowl, add 2 tablespoons of peach or apricot preserves and 1/3 cup of cream cheese. Process until well blended and chill. Serve blueberry dip with fruit kebabs that combine melon cubes, apple slices, and pineapple chunks.

With just two ingredients, create blueberry sorbet by blending in a food processor 4 cups of partially thawed blueberries with a 6-ounce can of partially thawed apple juice concentrate. Freeze and serve solo with a sprig of mint, or as an accompaniment to cookies or cake.

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