If you're looking for a sweet-tooth satisfier with great nutritional benefits, try some seasonal fresh berries.
May 15, 2007
1 of 8Randy Mayor
Fresh Raspberry Sauce
Fresh Raspberry Sauce Recipe Berry recipes contain legions of antioxidants, natural chemicals that prevent free radicals from damaging cells and tissues. This delicious, no-cook berry sauce is amazingly versatile, and tastes delicious on everything from ice cream to waffles. So tuck in, knowing that you're doing your body a delicious favor.
2 of 8Randy Mayor; Jan Gautro
Blueberry Angel Food Cake
Blueberry Angel Food Cake Recipe Speaking of antioxidants, a mere half-cup of berries contains as many as five servings of peas, carrots, apples, and broccoli, which wouldn't be nearly as tasty with your coffee as this sweet, fluffy cake.
3 of 8Randy Mayor; Melanie J. Clarke
Triple Berry Freeze
Triple Berry Freeze Recipe It's a combination of raspberries, blueberries, and blackberries that give this drink its rich flavor and deep, enticing color.
4 of 8Becky Luigart-Stayner
Cool Summer-Berry Soup
Cool Summer-Berry Soup Recipe Raspberries, like the ones packed in this cool summer soup, are particularly rich in ellagic acid, a chemical that may help fight cancer.
Fresh Strawberry Pie Recipe Strawberries, like the ones spilling out of this luscious pie, are an excellent source of potassium and fiber.
8 of 8Becky Luigart-Stayner; Melanie J. Clarke
Blueberry-Blackberry Shortcakes Recipe It may be the blue in blueberries that makes them such nutritional powerhouses. Anthocyanins, which give the berry its pleasing hue, are phytochemicals, which may combat the free-radical damage linked to cancer and heart disease.