These bite-sized morsels deserve to be centerstage during summer months. We'll show you how to put them on display in delicious ways.
Blueberries are the hallmark of summer. From breakfast to dinner and everything in between, we have recipes to help you make the most
of the season's bounty.
We'll start you off with a delicious sipper, Blueberry Thrill. Sweet blueberries infuse spicy gin for summer’s most refreshing sipper. For a fizzy cocktail, pour gin, cardamom syrup, and lemon juice over crushed ice in a glass; top with chilled club soda.
View Recipe: Blueberry Thrill
A time-honored pancake filler, blueberries not only add natural sweetness, but pack in antioxidants as well.
View Recipe: Blueberry Pancakes
Power up with delicious seasonal blueberries before you hit the gym. Surprise ingredient: firm silken tofu. Just combine,
blend, and enjoy.
View Recipe: Blueberry Power Smoothie
Blueberries bring a pop of color and flavor to this delicious cocktail. Top with a mint sprig for a fragrant garnish and serve
a big batch for a summer evening gathering.
View Recipe: Sparkling Sangria
Serve this sauce chilled over low-fat pound cake or ice cream. It's also nice warm over pancakes or waffles for breakfast.
View Recipe: Fresh Blueberry Sauce
Blueberries and maple-pecan granola make this a sweet morning treat. Whether enjoying at home, in the carpool line, or at
the office, you won’t regret making time for our breakfast parfait.
View Recipe: Blueberry and Maple-Pecan Granola Parfaits
Sweet blueberries and spicy chipotle chiles are a combination that can't be beat. Consider using this chutney as a barbecue
sauce, basting it onto meat on the grill. Or spread it onto a tortilla, top with sliced grilled chicken and goat cheese, and
View Recipe: Blueberry-Chipotle Chutney
Pain Perdu—literally "lost bread"—was traditionally a simple breakfast of day-old French bread dredged in beaten eggs and
pan-fried in butter. Our lightened version is a 5-star hit with the addition of blueberry sauce.
View Recipe: Pain Perdu
Serve with poppy seed muffins from the bakery. We love all the fresh flavor in this recipe and we bet you will, too.
View Recipe: Chicken-Fruit Salad
Lemon-blueberry muffins, with a sour-sweet glaze and hint of nutmeg, are perfect any time of day. Nutritional bonus: A mere
half-cup of berries provides as much antioxidant oomph as five servings of peas, carrots, apples, and broccoli.
View Recipe: Lemon-Blueberry Muffins
This twist on gazpacho is an unexpected first course, a new idea for brunch, or a great summer dessert. It is interesting
enough just topped with grated lemon zest and snippets of fresh mint, or with flake salt or finely diced honeydew and cantaloupe
for drama and texture. Diced strawberries and a dollop of Greek yogurt would also be nice.
View Recipe: “Royal Blueberry” Gazpacho with Lemon and Mint
Spend your time in the garden or at the farmers’ market instead of in the kitchen today: This crisp offers a quick reward
with little effort. Crisps are a traditional favorite for highlighting fresh berries, and this lighter version may become
your new tradition.
View Recipe: Blueberry Crisp