Mulberries, blackberries, blueberries and black raspberries take the humble muffin to the next level. These hearty, healthy bites of goodness feature allergen and body-friendly ingredients, such as flax seed and oats. Make a batch to freeze and have on hand when you need an energy boost.
This blueberry refrigerator jam is is so easy to make and has just 4 ingredients. No canning required so you don’t have to heat up the kitchen.
This berry crisp bakes up fast in your cast iron fry pan. And you can use fresh or frozen berries, in any combination, to make this a year round favorite!
Slip them into a smoothie or make them into jam: raspberries are one of the delights of summer. My favorite way to eat raspberries is to pick them and eat them straight from the bush on a warm summer’s day.
Blueberries are sometimes a quiet fruit. These little gems can be packed full of gentle sweetness, or they can feature a boisterous sweet-tart taste that makes you pucker your lips and smile. If you love blueberries, you’re not alone. They rank up there with my all time favorite fruits.
Berry season is upon us and it’s time to put up the harvest. So, do you dry, freeze or can those berries? Do you make jam or preserves first or just put them up plain? These methods and recipes will help you decide how to preserve your berry harvest.