Whether you've just gone blueberry picking and you're looking for ideas for enjoying your bounty or you really love the taste of blueberries and you want to make something wonderful with them, there's a blueberry recipe (or two or three) here to suit your needs. Since blueberry season is short in most parts of the country, most of these recipes can be made with frozen blueberries. I recommend organic frozen blueberries because they are picked at the peak of ripeness, then flash frozen to seal in incredible flavor.
This double-crust blueberry pie is just bursting with blueberry flavor. You can use fresh or frozen blueberries for this recipe, but if you're using fresh, you may need to use less sugar for the pie. Taste the blueberries to see how sweet they are first.
These blueberry muffins make an appearance at many a special occasion breakfast or brunch in our house. The lemon sugar topping pairs beautifully with the blueberries in this tender muffin recipe.
These smoothies make a perfect drink for breakfast, lunch, a snack or dessert. Icy and refreshing, these blueberry smoothies taste amazing, and they're super healthy, too.
I came up with this recipe after visiting a great breakfast place in California that served big, fluffy cornmeal pancakes. I think the blueberries add the perfect note of sweet juiciness to these incredibly fluffy pancakes.
This is another one of those recipes that works as either a breakfast or dessert. It's sweet, but not too sweet. And you can make it either in a large baking dish or individual ramekins.
This is one of the few recipes in this collection that doesn't really work well with frozen blueberries. They tend to get too watery and stain the sweetened cream cheese filling of this tart. This tart is one of my favorite desserts to make for special occasions because it looks impressive, but it's really quite simple to make.