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Berry Recipes

Make anything from breakfast to brunch, bakery to beverages with these berry recipes, including recipes that use blueberries, raspberries, blackberries and more.

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On weekends, I jazz up our favorite BBQ sauce with blackberries and blueberries. They make a marvelous spread for basting and saucing grilled baby back ribs. —Janet Hix, Austin, Texas
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Blueberry Chicken Salad

Blueberry Chicken Salad

Blueberry Chicken Salad

On weekday mornings, I whip up this fun chicken and blueberry combination in minutes to take for lunch. It also works as a nice, light salad for a summer supper, and it’s a cinch to double it for a shower or potluck. —Kari Caven, Coeur d'Alene, ID

Blueberry Orange Bread

Blueberry Orange Bread

Blueberry Orange Bread

"Plump ripe blueberries and orange juice bring a refreshing and fruity flavor to this special golden loaf," writes Donna Smith of Victor, New York.

Peanut Butter Chip Pancakes

Peanut Butter Chip Pancakes

Peanut Butter Chip Pancakes

One day, I added peanut butter chips and pecans to my pancake recipe and everyone liked it! This enhanced the taste and gave the pancakes an unexpected crunch. Try it; you'll like it! —Margaret Pache, Mesa, Arizona
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Flaky Bumbleberry Pie

Flaky Bumbleberry Pie

Flaky Bumbleberry Pie

This pie recipe makes one of the flakiest crusts ever. The filling is also delicious with the different berries and rhubarb. This pie is sure to impress.—Suzanne Alberts, Onalaska, Wisconsin

Quick Cranberry Scones

Quick Cranberry Scones

Quick Cranberry Scones

Being an Anglophile, I've tried lots of scone recipes over the years, but this is my all-time favorite. It was given to me by a hotel chef in Los Angeles and bakes into batches of lovely Christmas gifts for friends and family.

Rhubarb Berry Delight Salad

Rhubarb Berry Delight Salad

Rhubarb Berry Delight Salad

This recipe will be an instant success. This layered gelatin dish does take some time to prepare but it is worth the work.—Joan Sieck, Rensselaer, New York

Frozen Strawberry Dessert

Frozen Strawberry Dessert

Frozen Strawberry Dessert

My grandpa gave me many of my grandmother's and great-grandmother's recipes, including this one, along with may wonderful stories about them.

Grandma's Blackberry Cake

Grandma's Blackberry Cake

Grandma's Blackberry Cake

I REMEMBER going blackberry picking with Mom and Grandma. Even at 70 years old, Grandma could pick 3 gallons of berries before I had my pail half full. Grandma made up this recipe with her mom, and it's been passed down for five generations now. -Diana Martin, Moundsville, West Virginia

Old-Fashioned Fruit Compote

Old-Fashioned Fruit Compote

Old-Fashioned Fruit Compote

A perfect partner for your Christmas goose, this warm and fruity side dish can simmer while you prepare the rest of your menu, or make it a day ahead and reheat before serving. —Shirley A. Glaab, Hattiesburg, Mississippi

Ruby Red Raspberry Salad

Ruby Red Raspberry Salad

Ruby Red Raspberry Salad

A refreshing and attractive side dish, this salad adds a festive touch to your holiday table. Children especially like this slightly sweet salad. -Marge Clark, West Lebanon, Indiana



Arugula Salad with Berry Dressing

Arugula Salad with Berry Dressing

Arugula Salad with Berry Dressing

My family enjoys this refreshing salad during the spring and summer months. Sweet strawberries balance the slightly tart balsamic dressing.—Jennifer Kunz, Troy, Michigan

Raspberry Sauce

Raspberry Sauce

Raspberry Sauce

This recipe was a favorite of my Grandmother's and now it is a favorite of mine. The molasses and raspberries have a wonderfully smooth taste and the molasses is not overpowering.—Mary Muckey, Muskegon, Michigan

Oat-Fashioned Strawberry Dessert

Oat-Fashioned Strawberry Dessert

Oat-Fashioned Strawberry Dessert

Meet the Cook: Thanks to this dessert, our house is a popular place in summertime. I make it for family get-togethers, picnics and potlucks, too. It's a treat on a breakfast or brunch buffet also. We like it best with whipped cream or a scoop of vanilla ice cream on top. We're the parents of a grown son. -Linda Forrest, Belleville, Ontario

Mishmash Applesauce

Mishmash Applesauce

Mishmash Applesauce

This fun, colorful recipe from Elm Grove, Wisconsin's Beverly Rice is so easy because you don't need to peel the apples. Berries and rhubarb give the flavor a boost."It's great hot or cold, over ice cream or just as is," says Beverly, winner in Milwaukee.
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