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Blueberry Recipes

Fresh blueberries are a tasty addition to cobblers, muffins, pancakes, pies and more. Find all of the best blueberry recipes at Taste of Home from home cooks like you.

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This buckle won a contest at my daughter’s college. They shipped us four lobsters, but the real prize was seeing the smile on our daughter's face. —Dianne van der Veen, Plymouth, MA
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I'm Stuffed French Toast

I'm Stuffed French Toast

I'm Stuffed French Toast

I was able to remake this dish I had enjoyed while eating out. The fruit adds a special touch to this breakfast.—Melissa Kerrick, Auburn, New York

Very Berry Smoothies

Very Berry Smoothies

Very Berry Smoothies

We live on a remote side of an island in southeastern Alaska where blueberries are abundant. I use these and other berries as many ways as possible all summer long. These smoothies are scrumptious.—Bonnie Roher, Wrangell, Alaska

Blueberry Cream Dessert

Blueberry Cream Dessert

Blueberry Cream Dessert

From Bay City, Texas, Mildred Sherrer sends this layered treat. A no-fuss crust spread with sweetened cream cheese is baked, then topped with convenient pie filling and whipped topping.
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Cinnamon Blueberry Sauce

Cinnamon Blueberry Sauce

Cinnamon Blueberry Sauce

Having frozen yogurt for dessert? Top it with this nutrient-packed sauce from Linda Johnson. “It’s tasty over pancakes, too,” she writes from Montesano, Washington.

Blueberry-Rhubarb Crisp

Blueberry-Rhubarb Crisp

Blueberry-Rhubarb Crisp

This quick, easy and comforting recipe can also be microwaved to save on time and not compromise flavor. It's simply unbeatable warmed with a scoop of vanilla ice cream!

Lemon Blueberry Tart

Lemon Blueberry Tart

Lemon Blueberry Tart

It's the season to find fresh blueberries and try this amazing combination of flavors. Lemon adds a zesty counterpoint to the tart's fruit topping and lovely, buttery crust. —Erin Chilcoat, Somerset, NJ

Country Crunch Pancakes

Country Crunch Pancakes

Country Crunch Pancakes

I adapted this from a regular pancake recipe. They're simply delicious! My kids especially like them.

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Berry Nectarine Salad

Berry Nectarine Salad

Berry Nectarine Salad

"I've been making this recipe for years," writes Mindee Myers of Lincoln, Nebraska. "Whenever my family has a summer get-together, everyone requests it. The nectarines and berries look beautiful together...and the topping is the perfect accent."

Buttercups

Buttercups

Buttercups

These cookies began as simple Christmas cutouts. One day I decided to make them with a brown butter filling. Sometimes I'll fill the centers with melted chocolate. —Alice Le Duc, Cedarburg, Wisconsin

Rhu-berry Pie

Rhu-berry Pie

Rhu-berry Pie

I cook in a coffee shop, so I'm always looking for new and unique pies to serve my customers. The combination of blueberries and rhubarb in this recipe caught my eye and it was an instant best-seller. —Karen Dougherty, Freeport, Illinois

Tutti-Frutti Cups

Tutti-Frutti Cups

Tutti-Frutti Cups

Scooping up spoonfuls of this tangy slush is a tongue-tingling treat! The convenient single-serving cups burst with wholesome chunks of strawberries, bananas and more. "Feel free to mix in diet pop instead of the regular kind to make the tutti-frutti lower in calories," assures Holly Keithly of Lowell, Indiana. "It's just as yummy!"

Honey Blueberry Cobbler Jam

Honey Blueberry Cobbler Jam

Honey Blueberry Cobbler Jam

I work at a farmers market, and honey blueberry jam is my top seller. You've gotta taste it with fresh goat cheese and toasted candied pecans. —Krystal Wertman, Humble, Texas

Blueberry/Kiwi Flan

Blueberry/Kiwi Flan

Blueberry/Kiwi Flan

This is a recipe that's fun to make, pretty to serve and tastes good, too. It's also versatile—you can use whatever fruits are your favorites.

Cantaloupe with Chicken Salad

Cantaloupe with Chicken Salad

Cantaloupe with Chicken Salad

This recipe is one of my favorite ways to eat blueberries. That delicious fruit is just one of the important crops grown here in the fertile Willamette Valley. They're grown for commercial use, but we usually pick about 60 pounds each summer for pies and other dishes.
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