34 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