There are so many great berries out there why just stick to one. Try these great mixed berry recipes that include drinks, desserts and sauces.
Sorbets, made only from fruit and sweetener—no milk—are fat and cholesterol free. The lime juice and both kinds of berries are packed with vitamin C.
This recipe is made with frozen fruit from the supermarket, takes about 30 seconds to prepare and is a really healthy ice-cream substitute. The proportions of each ingredient can be adjusted according to how thick you like your ice-cream, and milk can be added to turn this into a frozen smoothie.
This recipe is great for kids (and adults!) who are lactose intolerant but everyone is sure to love them. You can use any mix of berries or any fruit in season. This recipe uses paper cups but you can use ice block moulds if you have them.
This Mulberry Jam recipe will work for any berries - its especially good for blackberries as long as you can find some that haven't been sprayed.
This is a lovely and soft cake that is also great to make muffins from. It's great for a chocolate fix if you're lactose intolerant and can't have real chocolate! It took a couple of trial and errors to perfect the recipe (it's an adaptation of my apple and cinnamon muffin recipe) but it's now most delicious and my housemates love it! The cake/muffins will keep well for 3-4 days after baking, though will go stale after this. Happy baking!
Fresh summer berries add delicious flavour, colour and nutrition to these tempting muffins. They are best fresh from the oven, but are also good once cooled – an ideal addition to a lunchbox, or for breakfast on the go.
These are very sweet and are super quick and easy to make. My sisters love it. The steps are simple and the ingredients are easy to remember, so you'll be baking it time and time again!
The luscious berries in this recipe are loaded with pectin, a type of fibre that can help lower cholesterol; they also contain cancer-fighting ellagic acid and carotenoids.
So very simple yet so very tasty. A refreshing smoothie for a hot summers day and healthy to boot!
This is a loose recipe, you can use any kind of frozen berries you have, but strawberries and blueberries are a good combination. Naturally sweet and refreshing.