Lattice-Topped Blueberry Pie
Who knew that eating pie could be good for you? Six cups of fresh blueberries are packed into this favorite dessert, helping prevent memory loss and cell damage.
Blueberries in Black Pepper-Syrah Syrup
Get a double punch of the antioxidant anthocyanin by combining blueberries and red wine. This heart-healthy dessert gets a spicy kick from freshly ground black pepper.
Blueberry Oatmeal Muffins
Start off your day with a sweet, nutritious muffin that's loaded with two sources of whole grains–quick-cooking oats and whole wheat flour. You can make these muffins year-round by using frozen blueberries when fresh ones aren't in season.
Blueberries and lemons are both good sources of vitamin C, so fill up on this sweet sorbet to help fight a cold, boost your energy, and prevent disease.
You only need six ingredients to whip up this low-calorie, fiber-packed parfait. The sweet fruit and creamy yogurt pairing makes it ideal for breakfast, as a snack, or after a workout.
This versatile chutney combines savory, sweet, tart, and smoky flavors to create a dipping sauce or marinade for grilled foods such as chicken, shrimp, and beef.
Fresh Blueberry Sauce
Incorporate blueberries into your diet by topping low-fat ice cream, angel food cake, yogurt, or pancakes with this sweet, antioxidant-rich sauce.
Cool down on a hot summer day with a scoop of this creamy sherbet. One serving has only 110 calories.