Have a yummy National Blueberry Month with these sweet recipes
Since 2003, July has been National Blueberry Month. The berry is a fan fave in smoothies, pastries, and all kinds of breakfast food. Not only do blueberries taste good, but they're also full of Vitamin C and antioxidants that help keep you healthy. Here are six recipes to follow if you're ready to whip up a delish fruity treat.
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Spice up your basic vanilla cupcakes by throwing some blueberries into the batter! A lovely lilac-tinted cream cheese frosting makes these cupcakes irresistible. Find the recipe here.
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A classic that can't be beat, blueberry pancakes are a fluffy, yummy breakfast that can be whipped up in just a few minutes. Add your fave maple syrup and a pat of butter and voila: breakfast fit for a queen. Peep the recipe here.
Blueberry-Buttermilk Coffee Cake
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Starbucks lovers will be obsessed with this fruit-infused coffee cake. You also get to make your own streusel—what's not to love? Learn how to make it here.
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If, like my family, yours is in love with cheesecake, stray from the classic NY style and try this recipe for a fresh take on the treat. Warning for lazy bakers: this cheesecake should be prepped at least a day before you plan to serve it so you can refrigerate it overnight.
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These chilly treats are perfect for a backyard barbeque or a midday snack. All you need are blueberries, sugar, lemon juice, water, and patience while they set in the freezer. Learn how they're done here.
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Courtesy of the Pioneer Woman herself, Ree Drummond's blueberry cobbler recipe is just what you need to make your kitchen feel cozy. The aroma of the pie as it cools is as pleasant as taking a bite of a warm slice. Find the recipe here.
We hope you enjoy these superfood infused recipes!