These sweet berries are a healthy addition to any meal.
For a refreshing summer treat, you can serve these dairy-free fruit-flavored ices together or on their own.
A heartier grain, a hint of orange flavor, and a rich golden hue really set this blueberry muffin apart from the rest.
It'd be a shame to let blueberry season pass without serving up at least one delectable fruit-filled breakfast, so here's our favorite recipe for blueberry pancakes.
A snap to assemble, these kid-size treats combine sweet fruit and a refreshingly tart cheesecake-like filling.
Cool down with a fruity mix.
Made with fresh or frozen blueberries, this homemade sauce is a tasty alternative to the classic maple syrup pancake topping. It also is great for spooning atop yogurt, biscuits, pound cake, or ice cream.
In summertime, blueberry pies crop up across America, but a truly special pie -- like this one with a lemony berry filling and a crust decorated with stars -- is worth celebrating.
This dessert may sound elegant, but it's a cinch to make. Our kid testers enjoyed swirling the purple sauce through the cream.
These tasty and nutritious bars, made from scratch with wholesome ingredients, provide 20 grams of carbohydrates for slow-release, sustained energy.
This colorful fruit salad gets its punch from the great balance of tart fruits, lime juice, and bite-size pieces of sweet pound cake.
Brown sugar and vanilla give these bite-size muffins a rich flavor, while the "jewels" -- dried blueberries and cherries -- offer a delightful burst of sweetness.
Missy Chase Lapine, author of "The Sneaky Chef," adds Purple Puree, made from spinach and blueberries, to kids' favorite foods.
Fruity freeze pops make a refreshing and healthy summertime treat.
Tossed in fresh lime juice and garnished with mint, this combination of juicy strawberries, diced apples, and fresh blueberries makes a refreshing treat on its own. Spoon it over vanilla ice cream, and you've got an instant and irresistible dessert.
This colorful dessert combines fresh strawberries and blueberries with tasty shortcake biscuits and sweet whipped cream.
Served with homemade blueberry sauce and fresh fruit, this layered ice cream loaf is a culinary nod to Old Glory and a sweet, summery ending to any Independence Day meal.
Few people make cheesecake, because it has a reputation for being difficult to bake. The truth is, this crowd-pleaser is easy to prepare. The raspberry sauce and blueberries provide just the right fruity tartness -- and a festive look.
For a healthy finale to your Fourth of July gathering, serve this red, white, and blue treat.
Blueberry and Lemon Ices
Blueberry Cornmeal Muffins
Frozen Fruit Bites
Purple Mango Smoothie
Quick Warm Blueberry Sauce (for Pancakes)
Star-studded Blueberry Pie
Energy Boost Bars
Honey-Lime Fruit Salad
Little Gem Mini Muffins
Red, White & Blueberry Freeze Pops
Red, White and Blueberry Fruit Salad
Red, White, and Blue Delight
Red, White and Blue Cheesecake
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