I am looking for recipes using blueberries as a jam or jelly. Or any other recipes!
Michele from Western, KY
I make blueberry muffins a lot. They are great. Your recipe book should have them. If not, check the library for a Betty Crocker cook book to borrow. I also love to snack on frozen blueberries. They are great. (06/19/2006)
I use fresh or frozen blueberries for syrup. I put them in a saucepan over a low fire, adding a little water so they don't burn. I add splenda and cook until it thickens. I freeze it and put in the micro to defrost when i make pancakes or waffles. I'm a Weight Watcher and this allows me to enjoy pancakes. (06/19/2006)
By Eletha Cole
A GREAT BRUNCH ITEM:
Blueberry-Stuffed French Toast
Place remaining blueberries in stainless or glass saucepan (not aluminum) or teflon pan and cook w/ sugar to taste ( or honey) and sprinkle w/ nutmeg over slow heat while dish bakes. No water needed. The longer it is cooked and stirred, the thicker the sauce will become. Serve cut in slices or squares, topped w/ sauce. Whipped or sour cream may be used to garnish, but is not necessary. Any leftover sauce may be refrigerated and used on toast, muffins, or pancakes and waffles. (06/20/2006)
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