19 Fresh Blueberry Recipes
Take advantage of summer blueberries with our best recipes for muffins, desserts, drinks, salads, and more.
This good-for-you salsa can be ready for a party in 15 minutes flat. Serve with sturdy pita chips or atop grilled chicken.
- Recipe: Blueberry Salsa
You don’t have to use an ice-cream maker for this flavorful dessert. It only calls for five simple ingredients, a standard freezer, and a blender.
- Recipe: Blueberry Sherbet
Sweet summer berries pair perfectly with pungent Gorgonzola cheese and fresh herbs in this refreshing salad. Serve with your favorite summertime entrée or top with chicken for a main dish salad.
- Recipe: Blueberry-Gorgonzola Salad
This fruity, five-star pie is the perfect sweet treat for your next special occasion. Your family and friends will devour the zesty lemon cream and fresh blueberries floating on a layer of graham cracker crust.
- Recipe: Lemon-Blueberry Cream Pie
Forget the box mix and try this five-star scratch recipe. The cake-like consistency of the cinnamon-laced muffin will make it more than worthwhile. Freeze the muffins and use them later for those busy mornings or for guests on weekends and holidays.
- Recipe: Blueberry-Cinnamon Muffins
This decadent five-star recipe can be prepared a day in advance, making it perfect for entertaining. Serve for brunch or dessert.
- Recipe: Blueberry Bread Pudding
This might sound like an odd flavor combination, but, trust us, you’ll love it. Spread on biscuits, toast, and more.
- Recipe: Green Tomato-Blueberry Jam
For a super simple breakfast, blend frozen blueberries with yogurt and soy milk. Substitute regular dairy milk if you prefer.
- Recipe: Blueberry Soy Shakes
Impress guests with this festive, fruity cobbler; they’ll have no idea how easy it was to make. Simply cut stars out of refrigerated biscuit dough and fill with a four-ingredient warm blueberry mixture. Garnish with sweetened whipped cream.
Like slushies? You’ll love this sophisticated and delicious Italian semi-frozen dessert. Keep in the freezer to serve after dinner on hot summer nights.
- Recipe: Blueberry-Lime Granita
Start off a summer luncheon with this sweet, creamy soup. Served in stemmed glasses and top with a fresh mint garnish.
- Recipe: Chilled Blueberry Soup
Blueberries and lemon add a refreshing flair to iced tea for your next summer get-together.
- Recipe: Blueberry-Lemon Iced Tea
This crowd-pleasing dessert can be in the freezer after just 15 minutes of prep time. Prepare individual servings in cocktail glasses or an elegant scoop-and-serve presentation in a trifle bowl.
- Recipe: Lemon-Blueberry Layered Dessert
Warm spices add a comforting flair to these moist muffins. A decadent streusel topping completes a combination of sweet berries with a just-sweet-enough batter.
Go for bone-in center loin chops or loin chops at least 1½ inches thick. Meatier chops ensure a good char while the inside cooks through.
Here's a great baker's secret: Adding a splash of vodka to dough will give you a super-flaky crust, and the alcohol burns off while baking. We prefer to make this dough by hand; you can use a food processor, but the final result will yield a more crumbly, cookie-like texture.
Recipe: Double Berry-Almond Galette
Trust us—you're going to want to try this crunchy, sweet, and salty combo. Any variety of kale will do, and feel free to sub cooked farro, wild rice, or quinoa for the wheat berries.
Recipe: Blueberry-and-Kale Grain Salad
As pretty as petits fours, these luscious little two-bite gems can be finished with any kind of berry or preserves. Get ahead, and bake the cheesecakes in advance. After baking, they'll freeze up to one month. Thaw and top with preserves and fruit before serving.
Recipe: Petite Blueberry Cheesecakes