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Blueberry Recipes With Power

 

I shared this awesome recipe on Facebook last week and everyone was loving it. It doesn't have a whole lot of weird ingredients- and if you've been playing by my UnDiet rules the last few years, you likely have all of these goods. I made this one while I was holidaying at the resort better known as my parents house (read: central air on a 40 degree day and a TV to watch some Olympics).

These were made from the goods that my mom keeps as staples in their house. Ever since I did my post about my application for TEDxToronto- all about culinary alchemy, I can't seem to get the goodness of blueberries and chocolate out of my head.

Blueberry season is full on right now and you best be getting your fill of this antioxidant powerhouse.

Here's an interesting factoid for you about why berries are so super high in anti-oxidants: They have thin skins. Fruits with thin skins typically have a higher antioxidant concentration because they need an abundance of those good guys to protect them from the elements. Cool, right? Because the more we eat of them- the more protected from the elements we will be.

Eat your blues!

Here are my favourite ways to Eat More Blueberries:

Question of The Day: How do you get your blueberries in?

7 Responses to “Blueberry Recipes With Power”

  1. Raeanne said…
    My favourite way is by the "gluttonous handful" as you describe. Wild blueberries are pretty common on PEI and there are plenty of blueberry patches near my family's cottage there. My dad has great patience for picking them and I love him so for doing it! Because I can't keep my hand out the bucket when he returns with the bounty!
  2. Nanda said…
    I love the combination of raw cacao, blueberry and acai. I have them on my morning smoothies. I keep a 3 pound bag in the fridge when my plants are not producing.
    • Meghan Telpner said…
      Making that right now!
  3. i LOVE blueberries. I think my fav way to eat them are by the handful:) haha
    • Meghan Telpner said…
      Samers
  4. Jonathan said…
    I love blueberries! Just came across this recipe and I'm going to try it. They are hard for a price under 6 euro here in France at this time of year...
  5. Avei Robinson said…
    I actually found out by accident how beneficial blueberries are. They were growing wild in my backyard one summer. I seemed to have a bumper crop. I didn't know how I was going to use them, so I put them in smoothies for my husband and I as well as using them in salads. Both my husband and I suffer from osteoarthritis and we noticed a marked decrease in our joint stiffnes and pain. That's when I decided to investigate the blueberries and found out they ABSOLUTELY KILL INFLAMMATION!!!They will stay in my diet forever!! Thanks!! Avei Robinson

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