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30+ Blueberry Recipes for fresh or frozen blueberries! Blueberry desserts as well as salads, jams, and more! As the season changes, these blueberry recipes are the perfect way to use up all of those fresh blueberries before they go bad.


A study published a couple of years ago suggests that the thicker your smoothie, the more satiating it is (i.e., the more staying power it has, helping you feel satisfied for hours). So a smoothie that’s thick enough to eat with a spoon is bound to keep you fuller longer. This one gets its richness and creaminess from avocado, which also provides fiber and heart-healthy fats to keep you full.


Blueberry Recipes When fresh blueberries are in season, we love baking classics desserts like blueberry pies, cakes, and cobblers. Frozen blueberries also make delicious year-round smoothies and muffins.


Browse our collection of free wild blueberry recipes. The recipes are divided up into categories for easier browsing. New recipes are always being added.


Frozen blueberries make life easier – they’re convenient, economical and so versatile. Whether you’re baking up a storm or whipping up an afternoon snack, you’ll find all kinds of yummy ideas and inspiration in our frozen blueberry recipe collection. Get ready for the day with a Blueberry Smoothie Breakfast Bowl or try a twist on […]


8 Blueberry Dessert Recipes 8 Blueberry Dessert Recipes. By Real Simple. Updated August 23, 2017 Skip gallery slides. Save FB Tweet. More. View All Start Slideshow James Baigrie. Top off your summer celebrations with these sweet (and easy) blueberry treats. ...


Blueberry cocktails are not numerous, but a number of impressive drinks feature the sweet-tart taste of the little berries. Some recipes use fresh or frozen berries or blueberry juice, while others require a blueberry vodka or liqueur. The flavor is unique in mixed drinks, which is why it's so intriguing and delightful.


Make filling: Preheat oven to 375°. In a 10" ovenproof skillet or square baking dish, toss blueberries with sugar, cornstarch, lemon juice, and lemon zest.


In separate medium bowl, mix 1/2 cup flour, the oats, 1/3 cup granulated sugar, the brown sugar and cinnamon. Cut in butter, using pastry blender (or pulling 2 table knives though ingredients in opposite directions), until mixture looks like coarse meal. Sprinkle over berry mixture; spray topping with butter-flavor cooking spray.


The use of frozen Maine blueberries seizes up the dough and lowers the temperature that makes for a longer baking time. While the cake had good structure and mild flavor it was a bit dry. I would try other recipes before using this one again.