Blueberries are such a useful ingredient to keep in the fridge. Try one of our delicious blueberry recipes including muffins, cakes, easy desserts and a blueberry smoothie...
Blueberry recipes to help you make the most of this versatile and nutrient-rich fruit, including a blueberry muffin reicpe, blueberry pancakes and a pear and bleberry cake.
These blueberry and hazelnut muffins are gluten-free AND sugar-free! That’s one healthy bake. The nutty flavour of the hazelnuts goes so well with the juicy berries.
Get the recipe: Gluten-free and sugar-free blueberry hazelnut muffins
When it comes to trifle, so many of us stick to classic raspberry. Ring the changes with our gorgeous blueberry and orange trifle, which looks special enough for any occasion.
Blueberry pancakes are an all-American classic and one of our fave weekend breakfast treats. Why not get the kids to help you make them – our simple recipe shows you how.
Get the recipe: Blueberry pancakes
Get 2 of your 5-a-day before you’ve even left the house by whizzing up this simple smoothie for breakfast. Add oats to make it more filling, and if you don’t have low-cal sweetener, try Stevia or a tsp of maple syrup instead.
Get the recipe: Blueberry and kiwi smoothie
For a change from classic fruitcake, why not try this lovely pear and blueberry cake? It’s packed with slices of fresh pear and juicy blueberries and will keep for a couple of days in an air-tight tin.
Get the recipe: Pear and blueberry cake
Impress the family with this simple but impressive-looking dessert. The berries are poached in dessert wine and the accompanying meringues are scented with rosewater. Of course, you could make one without the other but we think they’re perfect as a pair.
Get the recipe: Poached berries with rose swirls
Polenta is a gluten-free grain which works really well in cakes. This lemony sponge looks gorgeously summery thanks to the heap of fresh blueberries and raspberries which are piled on top.
Bored of toast and cereal? Jazz up breakfast-time by making these yummy toasted oat and yogurt layers. It only takes 5 minutes to put together, or you could make it even quicker by using granola instead of toasting oats.
Lorraine Pascale knows how to make a professional-looking pud. The TV chef has even made scary patisserie approachable with these elegant millefeuille which use ready-made puff pastry.
Get the recipe: Blueberry and lemon millefeuille
How much do you want a slice of this bundt cake? The delicate sponge is packed with blueberries and there’s even more berries scattered over the cream-cheese frosting too. Another Hummingbird Bakery triumph.
Get the recipe: The Hummingbird Bakery blueberry cake