36 fresh berry recipes
When markets and farm stands are brimming with ripe berries, savor them in tarts, drinks, salads, and more
They're full of vitamin C, fiber, and phytochemicals (health-enhancing plant compounds), which together may help prevent cancer, cardiovascular disease, inflammatory conditions, and even age-related mental decline.
Each one's exact nutritional makeup is slightly different, so our advice is, Why choose? Click ahead to see how to enjoy them all!
Recipe: Pavlovas with Summer Berry Sauce
Recipe: Roasted Berry Sundaes
Recipe: Blackberry Hazelnut Honey Crisp
Recipe: Deep-Dish Blueberry Pie
Recipe: Blueberry and Prosciutto Salad
Recipe: Buttery Raspberry Lemon Cake
Recipe: Chocolate Raspberry Bruschetta
Recipe: Triple-Berry Popsicles
Recipe: Lemon Berrymisu
Recipe: Almond Raspberry Lemonade
Recipe: Three Berry Buttermilk Sherbet
Recipe: Blackberry Syrup
Recipe: Mixed Berry Raspberry-Cream Tart
Recipe: Pavlova Parfaits
Recipe: Blackberry-Almond Tea Cakes
Recipe: Berry Camping Cake
Recipe: Greens with Chèvre and Berries
Recipe: Raspberry Fool
Recipe: Raspberry Lemon Pudding Cakes
Recipe: Blueberry Cornbread
Recipe: Blackberry Lime Rickeys
Cream cheese and vanilla beans give these treats an extraordinary depth of flavor. Just as amazing: the time saved by making the sandwiches in a big pan rather than assembling them individually.
The gently seasoned pickling combo brings out berries’ tart side and makes a refreshing dressing for the watercress and chicken.
With generous herbs and a sprinkling of flaked salt, this bread is as delicious with bacon for brunch as it is alongside grilled pork chops for dinner.
Recipe: Blueberry Rosemary Focaccia
This vanilla mousse, with ribbons of tart-sweet boysenberry sauce, has a delicate, cloudlike texture. If you’re substituting raspberries and blackberries, start with more berries for the sauce, as they’re not as juicy as boysenberries.
Here’s one for your summer-party recipe stash. Wine and black pepper make the compote sophisticated, and you can put the whole thing together in minutes—for guests to serve themselves.
Even if you’re a baking newbie, you can turn these out with ease, thanks to frozen puff pastry. To keep them from sticking, remove the pastries from the pan right after baking.
Recipe: Boysenberry Danishes
A tender chocolate crust under the chocolate pastry cream makes each bite seamless—the gastronomic equivalent of an infinity pool. The raspberries wake you back up.
Recipe: Chocolate Raspberry Tart
Use any size of mini-tart pan you like for these sweet little tarts. If you have leftover dough, you can always roll it out, sprinkle with cinnamon sugar, cut into shapes, and bake into that childhood comfort, piecrust cookies.
Recipe: Berry Tartlets