Top Rated Blueberry Recipes

Blueberry Salad
This beautiful and unexpected combination is one of my favorite ways to surprise lunch or dinner guests, as blueberries don’t often show up in salads or the savory parts of a meal. It’s terrific as a little salad to start a meal and works well, too, as a cheese or savory dessert course. It is also tasty spooned over lamb chops — the gamier, the better. Serve this salad from late spring through early autumn, when blueberries are in season and at their best. Nab a box at your local farmers’ market or pick the fruit yourself when you can.   Click here to see How to Make Salads More Interesting.
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Blueberry and Brioche Bread Pudding
Ripe blueberries are folded into a decadent bread pudding and topped with whipped cream. You can make this ahead of time and simply reheat to serve. This way the flavors will coalesce and make this dessert even better. Recipe courtesy of Chef Billy Parisi and Reddi-wip
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blueberry cinnamon applesauce
Roasting the blueberries adds a whole other dimension to a classic applesauce. You'll also find yourself hooked on coconut oil — so fragrant, full of good fats, and totally vegan!This recipe is provided by Carb Matters.
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Blueberry Frozen Yogurt
Fresh blueberries, natural yogurt, and honey, are churned together to create a soft, summery frozen yogurt.This recipe is courtesy of Cookie and Kate.
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Blueberry Pancake Juice
On Sunday I created a juice that satisfied my craving for blueberry pancakes. I know you know how I am feeling here at the end of my juice cleanse. Who says you can’t have a tasty breakfast if your juicing?
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Cucumber Gin and Tonic with Blueberries
This twist on a classic gin and tonic is the perfect summer cocktail. I assure you, it tastes as good as it looks. Click here to see 6 Cool and Creative Ways to Use Cucumber.
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This smoothie features a tasty and healthy alternative to peanut butter.
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Hemp, or Cannabis sativa, has been part of nutritional therapies since 2300 B.C. Similar to flax, it is a high-protein seed that contains all nine essential amino acids, and is rich in fatty acids, fiber, and vitamin E. Due to its balanced ratio of omega-3 to six fatty acids and its high GLA (gamma-linoleic acid) content, hemp seed and oil can help stimulate immunity, balance the endocrine system, and support healthy skin and hair.
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Make a new friend: while smoothies are generally not a good idea since they introduce a lot of calories without slowing down your overall food consumption for the day, they can be delicious, and some are better than others. Blending an avocado with a bag of defrosted blueberries and a banana sounds crazy, but you end up with a creamy, delicious, sweet treat that’s packed with healthy fats to fill you up, as well as the fiber and nutrients in blueberries.
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Blueberry and Banana Smoothie
A smoothie for breakfast is one of my favorite ways to start the day. They're easy to make, quick to drink, and packed with nutrients. For an added boost, there's a spoon of chia seeds in this recipe. Click here to see Quinoa and Beyond: 7 Great Recipes.
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Blueberry & Yogurt Ice Pops
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.
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