A super simple go-to muffin recipe that pleases every time; a little bit of whole wheat flour adds a lovely nutty flavor but doesn’t make the muffins super dense. Switch out blueberries for other frozen fruit like mixed berries, cranberries, or even diced mango.Click here to see more muffin recipes.
If you can make orange and apple juice, why not make blueberry juice, too? This recipe for juice is good enough to drink on its own, and also makes a great addition to anything you're trying to make a bit healthier whether it's ice pops, pancakes, or even chocolate chip cookies.
It's almost the end of summer which means we're almost to the end of blueberry season. This week we're celebrating blueberries in all of their glory and giving you lip-smacking recipes to savor the final days of one of our favorite fruit seasons. First up, we've treating you to our uber simple Blueberry Cupcakes.
Aunt Susan and I went blueberry-picking together with our young children in Amagansett. We decided to have a contest to see which team could pick the most berries. The smushed ones did not count. We had so much fun that we all forgot who won! I still remember how much we laughed. This crisp always reminds me of that magical day.
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Now that blueberries are abundant, their popularity has soared. This is great because the health benefits and flavor are utterly delightful, especially when teamed with their old friend yogurt. Cesar and Nadia Roden, authors of Ice Pops!: 50 Delicious Fresh and Fabulous Icy Treats.