Blueberry muffins and pancakes immediately come to mind when pondering delicious, fresh blueberries, but they can star in other recipes, too, such as Blueberry Citrus Cake, Pear and Blueberry Crisp, and Blueberry Fizz.See Popular Blueberries Recipes
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Bake up Mini Peach Crisps in canning jars for a pretty and portable summer dessert.
Close your eyes. Picture a storm cloud. Now imagine that cloud raining blueberries down on everything in sight: blueberry puddles to stomp in, blueberries bouncing off umbrellas, blueberries streaking windshields with wide purple swaths.
Patriotic strawberry and blueberry shortcake is the perfect hassle-free dessert for the fourth of July--or any day that needs a sweet treat.
Go organic if you can: One of the most heavily sprayed fruits, blueberries landed on the Environmental Working Group's "dirty dozen" list.
Vol-au-Vent is the French name for a puff pastry shell with a lid...ours are filled with pastry cream and a lemon-blueberry sauce to create these delicate individual desserts.
Blueberries? Acai? Salmon?
This week saw my first visit to the pick-your-own blueberry farm near here. Well, actually, my second visit -- I went out there last month to pick strawberries. I have to say, picking blueberries is easier because there's so much less bending over and crawling along on your face.
Blueberries are everywhere this summer. At all the farm stands and all over the Web in wonderful food blogs showcasing recipe after recipe of sweet treats using the ultimate in healthy, sweet, pop-in-your-mouth fresh berries. Don't miss the Blueberry Boat; each one we've found on the blogs highlights a remarkable recipe for blueberries.
"I never make frozen yogurt as a low-fat replacement for ice cream," says Jeni Britton. Instead, she likes using yogurt to bring out the natural tanginess of fruits like lemons and strawberries.
Here's another simple way to enjoy the delights of this super food: blueberries! This recipe is loaded with good things in addition to the berries. Cinnamon, cloves, sherry...it's all good.
Take a new look on dessert when you can sub regular fruit crisp topping with high-fiber honey cereal.
For the boules potlucks, Michel Keller, owner and pastry chef of Restaurant du Village in Chester, Connecticut, makes a big fruit tart using an 18-inch antique pan he inherited from his grandfather. He adapted the recipe to produce the far simpler, 12-inch version here.
To help balance the irresistibly crispy top, sprinkle the baking dish with turbinado sugar to give the bottom of the pudding a delightful crunch, too.
Ideal for summer entertaining, this easy dessert recipe makes 10 to 12 servings.