Toast a beautiful summer day with this fresh and bubbly float. Combine a homemade blueberry granita with purchased coconut gelato, blueberries, and a big dose of rose wine. It's summer in a glass.
Forget the fussy pie dough, start with a homemade cookie dough crust for an easier-to-handle pie crust that lends the perfect amount of sweetness to a chocolaty berry filling.
When pork tenderloin gets a sweet and spicy seasoning and sizzles on the grill, dinner magic happens! Top the pork skewers with our uber-fresh corn and blueberry salad for a stellar summer dinner.
You can stop looking, there's no lettuce in this salad. Simply combine a homemade lime salad dressing with plump shrimp, avocado slices, summer-fresh tomatoes, and onion for a quick-to-the table recipe.
Looks can be deceiving, this is not your usual blueberry muffin. Our taste panel described them as rich, buttery, and tender, yet sturdy. With 2 g fiber and 6 g pro these make a great on-the-go breakfast or addition to a summer brunch spread.
A creamy sauce meets corn, bacon, and pasta for a weeknight meal the entire family is sure to love.
This beef brisket sandwich moves from stovetop to oven in one Dutch oven for slick clean-up. Fresh blueberries and bacon upgrade basic brisket.
A quick soak in a yogurt and curry flavor sauce injects chicken thigh pieces with huge flavor. Serve it with rice and mango chutney for an all-in-one meal.
This pretty purple side-dish salad recipe gets its Asian flavor from Asian chili sauce and fresh ginger. A sprinkling of fresh basil adds a pretty touch and fun flavor twist to the potluck-worthy dish.
Get ready to class up a martini or add big flavor to a salad! Swap pickled blueberries for olives in your cocktail, or top salad with these juicy, pickled, 5-ingredient berries.
If you haven't tried halloumi cheese yet, this salad recipe will hook you! Tossed with corn, radicchio, and pickled peppers, it's a perfect combination of fresh, tangy, and salty.
This fresh vegetarian dinner comes together quickly making it excellent weeknight fare. Don't skip toasting the pine nuts, they take on big flavor and crunch when toasted.
Banish boring burgers with homemade blueberry ketchup. It's a cinch to make and can be stored for up to two weeks.
A simple seasoning of kosher salt and flour is all you need before frying this fish. Big flavor comes from the made-from-scratch tartar sauce and plenty of fresh herbs.
Not all mustard is yellow. This blueberry-loaded mustard can be made and stored in the fridge for up to 2 weeks. Try it on grill brats for a sweet-tart topper.
Put those corn husks to work! Wrapped around chicken thighs, the husks keep this chicken dinner extra juicy.
Make this 3-ingredient vinegar to give as a gift, use in a salad dressing, or as an ingredient in a homemade shrub recipe.