Mouthwatering Blueberry Streusel Muffins Recipe

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Besides year-round sunshine and mild winters, we Floridians also have blueberries. Lots of yummy blueberries. Last spring we visited my uncle’s blueberry farm and came home with buckets and buckets of blueberries. We ate every last blueberry, but my favorite ones were those we ate right off the bush. 

Have you ever picked blueberries? The kind you see in the grocery store grow on tall bushes, so unlike other fruit that you have to bend over to pick, you can stroll through a blueberry field and pick without stooping. It’s really fun. If you’ve never picked berries, visit the U.S. Highbush Blueberry Council‘s website to learn more about blueberry picking and where you can find a blueberry picking patch near you. 

As a huge blueberry fan, I am happy to share my favorite blueberry muffin recipe. Moist and delicious plus with the streusel topping, this muffin is almost like a desert for breakfast!

Blueberry Streusel Muffin Recipe

Blueberry Streusel Muffins
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Prep Time
15 min
Cook Time
25 min
Total Time
40 min
Prep Time
15 min
Cook Time
25 min
Total Time
40 min
Muffin
  1. 1/2 cup unsalted butter
  2. 2 cups flour
  3. 1 cup sugar
  4. 2 eggs
  5. 1/2 cup milk
  6. 2 teaspoons baking powder
  7. 1/2 teaspoon salt
  8. 2 1/2 cups of blueberries (1 pint)
  9. 1 1/2 teaspoons vanilla extract
Streusel Topping
  1. 1/2 cup sugar
  2. 1/3 cup flour
  3. 1/4 cup unsalted butter
  4. 1 1/2 teaspoons ground cinnamon
Muffins
  1. Preheat oven to 375 F.
  2. Cream together butter and sugar until light and fluffy (approx 3 minutes). Add eggs, one at a time, beating after each addition.
  3. In a second bowl, combine dry ingredients.
  4. Gradually add the dry ingredients to the creamed butter and sugar along with the milk and vanilla.
  5. Mash 1/2 cup of blueberries and stir into mix by hand. Then add the remaining whole blueberries and stir gently.
  6. Fill muffin cups or greased muffin tray.
Streusel Topping
  1. Mix sugar, flour, butter and cinnamon with fork and sprinkle over muffins before baking. (Do not over mix or you will have a squishy play dough texture that does not sprinkle well. Still tastes yum, but not as pretty.)
  2. Bake topped muffins for 25 minutes.
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Blueberry Streusel Muffins Recipe

Although we eat most of our blueberries fresh or in muffins, blueberries are also delicious frozen. I almost always have a bag of frozen blueberries in the fridge, and we eat them by the handful. My kids love anything frozen, so they think they are a treat. But mom knows a secret, blueberries are packed with vitamin C and good-for-you antioxidants. Plus they are only 80 calories per cup.

Learn more about the health benefits of blueberries on the U.S. Highbush Blueberry Council‘s website. You can also connect with US Highbush Blueberry Council on PinterestTwitter and Facebook

Craving blueberry muffins yet?

Blueberry Streusel Muffins Recipe

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Comments

  1. Blueberries are high in Vitamin C, which promotes a healthy immune system, and manganese, which plays an important role in bone development.

  2. Love that they’re high in vitamin C!

  3. kelley wood says:

    i would like the blueberry fruit shake :)

  4. Mary Happymommy says:

    I learned that botanists estimate blueberries burst onto the scene more than 13,000 years ago!

  5. Stephanie Phelps says:

    I found out that they ’are low in fat, have just 80 calories per cup

  6. I never realized how different recipes you can use with blueberries

  7. I learned that the peak season for fresh blueberries in North America runs from mid-June to mid-August, with the earliest harvest in the southern states and the latest harvest in the northern states and Canada.

  8. crystal weber says:

    We LOVE blueberries and LOVE to pick them at Pappy’s Patch in Oviedo April-June!

  9. These look amazing!

  10. Amanda Sakovitz says:

    I learned the peak season for fresh blueberries in North America runs from mid-June to mid-August

  11. crystal weber says:

    I never thought about the little star on the top of blueberries but found it interesting that American Indians called blueberries “star berries” because the blossom end of each berry – the calyx – forms a perfect five-pointed star. :) Neat!

  12. I learned there are only 80 calories in a one cup serving, and virtually no fat!

  13. Darlene Jones-Nelson says:

    I learned that The blueberry may be small, but it’s no youngster. Botanists estimate blueberries burst onto the scene more than 13,000 years ago!

  14. I learned that you can put blueberries on pizza! I would never have thought to use blueberries in any savory recipe.

  15. I learned that fresh blueberries are now available year round

  16. I learned that they’re low in fat, have just 80 calories per cup.

  17. Barb Stenby says:

    they are full of phytonutrients

  18. You can rate the recipes on their site.

  19. Dried blueberries take oatmeal cookies beyond ordinary. This is one of the many recipe ideas I like on their site. I pinned more than one.

  20. The blueberry breakfast looks great, high in antioxidants too.

  21. Seyma Shabbir says:

    Learned they have great recipes including a Bueberry tortilla crepe!

  22. That I want to try the bluberry compote :)

  23. steven weber says:

    I learned that they ’are low in fat, have just 80 calories per cup

  24. melissaandkeith miller says:

    Blueberry Breakfast Salad looks yummy

  25. I learned that you can make several recipes from salads and drinks to desserts with blueberries.

  26. I learned that botanically speaking, blueberries are part of a plant family that includes the flowering azalea, mountain laurel and heather-plants.

  27. I learned that blueberries have Vitamin C and fiber!

  28. I learned that most imported blueberries in the United States are grown in Chile.

  29. I learned that blueberries only have just 80 calories per cup

  30. I learned that blueberries are high in Vitamin C, which promotes a healthy immune system.

  31. Katharine Davis says:

    I learned there are fabulous recipes like double blueberry pie!

  32. Tracy Robertson says:

    I learned that they are only 80 calories per cup. That is awesome because I’m trying to watch my weight and blueberries are so decadant, they taste like they would be more fattening but they aren’t.

  33. Oh wow. They have a recipe for blueberry chicken salad tacos! I have blueberries in my fridge, chicken and salad. I even have wraps. I am going to try this this week!!
    Thank you!!

  34. Hollie Jahnke says:

    They have some awesome blueberry recipes! I’d love to try the blueberry soup.

  35. Kathie Craig says:

    I learned that tons of blueberries are grown in New Jersey each year.

  36. Thomas Murphy says:

    I learned how to make Blueberry Fruit Shake.

  37. I learned that there is only 80 calories in a cup of blueberries

  38. shelly peterson says:

    I learned that Blueberries are high in Vitamin C, which promotes a healthy immune system.

  39. I learned that blueberries were low in calories, high in anti-oxidants and a great recipe for blueberry chicken taco salad! Thanks for the giveaway!

  40. candy kratzer wenzel says:

    Blueberries have only 80 calories per cup.

  41. I learned that Botanists estimate blueberries burst onto the scene more than 13,000 years ago! That’s amazing!

  42. paula peterson says:

    I learned they have a drink called Blue Witch’s Brew, which looks really good and easy to make.

  43. Cálaeb Temple says:

    Blueberries are high in Vitamin C

  44. Wild Orchid says:

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  45. Holly Thomas says:

    That they only have 80 calories per cup.

  46. Terri Herman says:

    They are so good for you: high in antioxidants, vit C, fiber. I call them the super fruit!

  47. Blueberries can play an important role in to lessen the inflammatory process associated with chronic conditions like cancer, cardiovascular disease, and age-related cognitive decline.

  48. I learned they are high in vitamin C and provide fiber in your diet.

  49. Blueberries are a very healthy food and have important antioxidant properties!

  50. I visited their site and learned that you can buy North American blueberries from April through October, and South American blueberries from November through March.

  51. Kim Henrichs says:

    I learned that most of the blueberries you find in the supermarket are highbush blueberries.

  52. Samantha C. says:

    I like all the smoothie recipes they have listed.

  53. maleficent m says:

    i learned that they only have 80 calories per cup.

  54. I learned that they have a lot of great recipes!

  55. Jenn McClearn says:

    I learned that you can make blueberry soup interesting

  56. Kelly Kimmell says:

    I learned that they have a wide variety of recipes!

  57. i learned pair blueberries with something savory like cheese, squash or pizza – their sweet-tart taste will coax out the other flavors in your dish.

  58. Rita Leonard says:

    i learned that Blueberries are indigenous to the US and that the Indians used them in many ways

  59. I love That blueberries are super good for you and deliciously tasty as well!!! I am in love with Blueberry Buttermilk Pancakes!!!! YUM!!! Thanks for the cool giveaway!!!

  60. they look like a yummy breakfast!

  61. Visited and learned they have some great recipes including Salmon and Blueberry Salad with Red Onion Vinaigrette

  62. I learned blueberries are mostly picked by hand or a machine that gently shakes the branches

  63. There are tons of recipes for blueberries! TY!

  64. I learned that blueberries are high in Vitamin C!

  65. a one cup serving of blueberries is low in fat, just 80 calories.

  66. Andrea Williams says:

    I learned that blueberries are packed with vitamin C.

  67. Found some yummy recipes I’d like to try.

  68. They’re low in fat, have just 80 calories per cup, and scientific studies show that blueberries contain a category of phytonutrients called polyphenols.

  69. Oh, gosh, you have the most beautiful photos of these muffins! It makes me want to make some right now.

  70. Jackie Fitzpatrick says:

    Blueberries are one of the fruits native to North America!

  71. They’re low in fat, have just 80 calories per cup

  72. i learned that blueberry bushes can grow up to 12 feet tall, but most peak at about 6 feet.

  73. i love the great recipes!

  74. They are part of the same plant family as azaleas and like acid soil.

  75. Jennifer Vickers says:

    I learned that when you plant blueberries, you should be about 2-4 ” of mulch over the roots to conserve moisture.

  76. I learned that polyphenols (in blueberries) have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that can play an important role in helping to lessen the inflammatory process associated with chronic conditions like cardiovascular disease, cancer, and age-related cognitive decline. Nice!

  77. Are there any blueberry festivals in Florida like Maine has in August?

  78. Marti Tabora says:

    I learned that they have a ton of recipes that I would like to try and also that blueberries are high in Vitamin C, which promotes a healthy immune system, and manganese, which plays an important role in bone development. Thank you.

  79. Debra Hall says:

    i did not know that Blueberries are indigenous to North America

  80. Heather Hayes Panjon says:

    I learned that Botanists estimate blueberries burst onto the scene more than 13,000 years ago!

  81. Cindy Merrill says:

    as a Food Historian, I can tell you that Blueberries were called Whortleberries at one time. I also know that High Bush Blueberries thrive when low bush (wild blueberries) are nearby, because they can cross pollinate.

  82. Yum! I may have to make these for our upcoming snow storm!

  83. I learned that blueberries were first discovered more than 13,000 years ago. Wow!

  84. Blueberry compote sounds yummy!!

  85. Blueberry-Chocolate Mousse Tarts would be great.
    Thanks for the contest.

  86. I learned that there are just 80 calories in a cup of blueberries and almost no fat.

  87. only 80 cals a cup!! that’s awesome and those muffin look great!

  88. Dorothy Teel says:

    I learned that blueberries are good for me I also learned that blueberries are high in vitamin C which is good for immune system and manganese which is good for bone development

  89. wow! great site! i learned they have a double blueberry pie recipe – http://www.blueberrycouncil.org/blueberry-recipes/double-blueberry-pie/

  90. I learned that blueberries are low in fat, have just 80 calories per cup.

  91. Barbara Montag says:

    Something I learned & liked – Blueberries are ow in fat, have just 80 calories per cup, and scientific studies show that blueberries contain a category of phytonutrients called polyphenols.
    Thank you.

  92. I learned that Blueberries are great for you! I also learned that I really want to make Blueberry Streusel muffins like right now. Those pictures are way too fancy.

  93. I learned how to make blueberry soup

  94. Pam Gurganus says:

    I learned blueberries have many health benefits!

  95. I learned about the health benefits of Blueberries and that they are high in Vitamin C, which promotes a healthy immune system, and manganes and dietary fiber.

  96. I learned that “Fresh blueberries are now available year-round.”

  97. I learned that when baking with frozen blueberries I should add them before they have a chance to thaw and bake immediately to prevent color leeching.

  98. Mary Beth Elderton says:

    “…polyphenols have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that can play an important role in helping to lessen the inflammatory process associated with chronic conditions like cardiovascular disease, cancer, and age-related cognitive decline”
    Blueberries are awesome!

  99. danielle hall says:

    i like the health benefits that come with eating blueberrys

  100. Adrienne Gordon says:

    they are high in vitAMIN C

  101. Margaret Smith says:

    I learned that Blueberries are high in Vitamin C, which promotes a healthy immune system, and manganese, which plays an important role in bone development.

  102. Kim Ripley says:

    The blueberry fruit shake sounds tasty~

  103. I have learned that blueberries are extremely versatile and that there’s no wrong way to cook them.

  104. Blueberries are indigenous to North America and have deep roots in our country’s history

  105. Terry Cross says:

    I learned that botanists estimate blueberries burst onto the scene more than 13,000 years ago

  106. I learned how to make blueberry soup! yum

  107. I learned in 2011 we comsumed over 853 million pounds of blueberries.

  108. Gina Ferrell says:

    I learned that Blueberries are indigenous to North America and have deep roots in our country’s history.

  109. Starr Greenwell says:

    I learned there are SO many wonderful blueberry recipes, that it makes me want to go out and buy a case of them.

  110. I learned that Blueberries are high in Vitamin C, which promotes a healthy immune system, and manganese, which plays an important role in bone development.

  111. There is so many different ways of making a dish of blueberries

  112. I learned that blueberries are a good source of dietary fiber!

  113. Danielle D says:

    That they are good for you!!

  114. Ann Fantom says:

    I learned that the first blueberry bushes were planted in Chile in the 1980s and eventually Chile became a major blueberry producer.

  115. I learned that blueberries are part of a plant family that includes the flowering azalea, mountain laurel and heather-plants.

  116. blueberry fruit shake sounds tasty~

  117. I learned blueberries are indigenous to North America, which I kind of knew.

  118. I learned that blueberries are a good source of fiber

  119. I learned that research suggests that polyphenols have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that can play an important role in helping to lessen the inflammatory process associated with chronic conditions like cardiovascular disease, cancer, and age-related cognitive decline

  120. I learned that although the domestic harvest ends in October, fresh blueberries are still available in the United States thanks to an abundant supply from South America.

  121. Thomas Gibson says:

    I learned that demand for blueberries are on the rise.

  122. I learned that blueberries polyphenols that have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that can play an important role in helping to lessen the inflammatory process associated with chronic conditions like cardiovascular disease, cancer, and age-related cognitive decline

  123. April Brenay says:

    I love the Banana Boats Recipe! it looks so fun for kids

  124. RICHARD HICKS says:

    They have manganese, which plays an important role in bone development

  125. Deborah Wellenstein says:

    This website has many wonderful recipes-I am going to try their Quick Blueberry-Cranberry Relish. Thanks!

  126. I found a recipe for Blueberry Chicken Tacos that look delicious and would never have thought of this without you. I am going to keep this link to go back to for inspiration.

  127. Terri Egelund says:

    Blueberries have been around for a long time and are high in Vitamin C.

  128. I learned the domestic harvest ends in October, fresh blueberries are still available in the United States thanks to an abundant supply from South America.

  129. blueberries are a good source of vitamin c

  130. I learned that they are high in manganese, which helps bone development.

  131. I learned that Native Americans gave blueberries to the pilgrims to help them through their first winter. Thank you!

  132. Patricia Wojnar Crowley says:

    I learned that blueberries can be frozen….and they have SO many recipes to choose from!

  133. Blueberries are indigenous to North America and have deep roots in our country’s history.

  134. jeannine s says:

    I learned that most bleberries you find in the supermarket are highbrush

  135. learned how to make blueberry soup

  136. I learned that blueberries play a role in cardiovascular health, brain health, insulin response and reduce your risk of cancer.

  137. Brittney House says:

    Blueberries are a good source of dietary fiber!

  138. Stephanie Galbraith says:

    Blueberries are high in Vitamin C,

  139. The blueberry shake looks great.

  140. I learned that blueberries are a good source of fiber. I didn’t realize that!

  141. I learned blueberries are high in vitamin C

  142. I learned that they are high in fiber which I never knew.

  143. Danielle F. says:

    I learned that while 38 states produce blueberries commercially, 6 states account for more than 90% of them.

  144. Todd Lovessweeps says:

    Blueberries are a good source of fiber

  145. Dr. Frederick V. Coville and Elizabeth White first cultivated highbush blueberries in the early 20th Century

  146. Jennifer Rote says:

    I learned that Blueberries are high in Vitamin C.

  147. Mary Calabrese says:

    I learned that they’re rich in nutrients.

  148. They have a ton of recipes including a whole drink category!

  149. I learned The Native Americans used blueberries (and their leaves and roots) for medicinal purposes.

  150. richelle bowers says:

    I learned this website has a lot of recipes. More than I could ever think of.

  151. I learned that blueberries are indigenous to North America.

  152. I learned there are 80 calories in a cup of blueberries

  153. rachel travis says:

    Blueberries are good in almost anything and only have 80 calories per cup.

  154. Mary Cloud says:

    I learned that they are high in Vitamin C
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  155. Erica Flores says:

    High in antioxidants, vit C and manganese.

  156. I learned that blueberries are packed with vitamin C, fiber and antioxidants.

  157. laurie nykaza says:

    They’re low in fat, have just 80 calories per cup we love eating them plain and baking with them too.

  158. Kelly Nicholson says:

    The health benefits of blueberries are even bigger than you might know. They’re low in fat, have just 80 calories per cup, and scientific studies show that blueberries contain a category of phytonutrients called polyphenols. This group includes anthocyanins which give blueberries their blue color. Research suggests that polyphenols have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that can play an important role in helping to lessen the inflammatory process associated with chronic conditions like cardiovascular disease, cancer, and age-related cognitive decline.1, 2, 3

  159. I learned that Botanists estimate blueberries burst onto the scene more than 13,000 years ago!

  160. Blueberries are high in Vitamin C, which promotes a healthy immune system, and manganese, which plays an important role in bone development.

  161. Barbara Montag says:
  162. I learned there are 80 calories in a cup of blueberries

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  163. Troy Tyszkowski says:

    I never knew just how many recipes used blueberries as a central ingredient!

  164. I learned that The Native Americans used blueberries (and their leaves and roots) for medicinal purposes, and developed one of the first blueberry baked goods, which they called Sautauthig (pronounced sawi-taw-teeg).

  165. Michelle Weaver says:

    I learned to spread half of the batter in the pan, then add the blueberries, and top with remaining batter

  166. I learned that blueberries have just 80 calories per cup

  167. Blueberry Chicken Salad Tacos

  168. Mariaelena says:

    I learned there’s 80 cal. In a cup on blueberries

  169. Elizabeth P. says:

    The 2013 study shows Americans are nearly twice as likely as they were nine years ago to buy blueberries in the coming year, and the number of households saying they’ve purchased blueberries within the past month (69 percent) has nearly doubled since 2008. 

  170. Cassandra Eastman says:

    I learned Fresh blueberries are now available year-round. I actually didn’t know this, I figured they were out of season in the winter like most fruits, will have to pick some up and try some of those delicious recipes!

  171. keely hostetter says:

    that some blueberry bushes can grow up to 12 feet tall, would be able to pick all of them :)

  172. Terry Maigi says:

    I learned that there are 80 calories in a cup of blueberries! And there are so many ways to cook them that I NEVER would have thought of!!! It all looks delicious!

  173. I learned there’s 80 calories in a cup of blueberries!

    -Sharon

  174. Amy Heffernan says:

    I learned that they are very low in fat and only 80 calories in just one full cup! YUM!

  175. that you can make a fantastic chicken salad taco with blueberries in it – I would have never thought of the combination!

  176. Blueberries are low in fat, and have just 80 calories per cup!

  177. There are 80 calories in a cup of blueberries.

  178. I learned that blueberries are high in antioxidants, vit C and manganese.

  179. Andrea Amy says:

    i learned that blueberries have been around for over 13 thousand years!

  180. Jennifer Dunaway says:

    I learned blueberries are high in Vitamin C

  181. jackie reid says:

    I learned that blueberries have just 80 calories per cup.

    I would of never guessed, Guess I’m eating those more often :)

  182. I learned there are 80 calories in a cup of blueberries

  183. I learned that blueberries are high in Vitamin C!

  184. Didn’t know about all these different entrees that use blueberries! Duck with blueberry sauce? Blueberry risotto cakes? Yum!

  185. I learned there are 80 calories in a cup of blueberries.

  186. Crystal Englot says:

    I learned that blueberries are very high in Vitamin C and are also a good source of dietary fibre

  187. I did not know that blueberries are indigenous to North America.

  188. I learned that they are high in vitamin C.

  189. nicolthepickle says:

    They can help play an important role in helping to lessen the inflammatory process associated with chronic conditions like cardiovascular disease, cancer, and age-related cognitive decline

  190. Kristine Ewald says:

    I learned that blueberries have major health benefits such as helping out chronic conditions like cardiovascular disease, cancer, and age-related cognitive decline.

  191. I learned that my blueberries probably came from Chile! I prefer the ones grown in my backyard, but I admit nothing hits the spot in winter like hot blueberry pancakes.

  192. You can buy North American blueberries from April through October.

  193. I learned that the blueberries we buy in the store are called highbush

  194. I found a great blueberry shake recipe!

  195. Blueberry chicken salad tacos look scrumptious!

  196. kathy pease says:

    More than half of all highbush blueberries are shipped to the fresh market, to keep pace with the ever-increasing demand. The rest are frozen, pureed, concentrated, canned or dried to be used in a wide range of food products, including yogurt, pastries, muffins, cereals and health bars.

  197. i learned that theres 80 calories per cup of blueberries.

  198. They have some delicious recipes. And they are located in california.

  199. Have amazing recipes, i want learn Scandinavian Blueberry Bisque

  200. those look delicious

  201. I learned that america consumes 853 million lbs of blueberries a year.

  202. Blueberries have 80 calories per cup.

  203. Most of the blueberries you find in the supermarket are highbush blueberries, very interesting!

  204. Heather Dawn says:

    I learned that blueberries have been around for about 13,000 years!

  205. Christie Kammerer says:

    80 calories is really good for a whole cup, I never really think of blueberries when I think of a fruit to snack on. I will know.

  206. Stephanie M says:

    Learned that blueberries are grown all year round

  207. I learned that you can use the website to find local farms where you can go pick blueberries!

  208. “no wrong way to cook with blueberries” lots of great ideas.

  209. Christina Ferguson says:

    I learned that Native Americans called blueberries “star berries” because the blossom end of each berry – the calyx – forms a perfect five-pointed star. They also used blueberries for medicinal purposes and created one of the first blueberry baked goods. It was a pudding made with blueberries, cracked corn and water was a Native American favorite. The dish was popular among the settlers also and historians believe it was part of the first Thanksgiving feast. Very interesting. :)

  210. I learned that blueberries contain substances that have antioxidant properties, manganese and are packed with vitamin C.

  211. Jorge A. Granda says:

    Blueberries have 80 calories per cup.

  212. Tari Lawson says:

    I learned that “Research suggests that polyphenols [found in blueberries] have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that can play an important role in helping to lessen the inflammatory process associated with chronic conditions like cardiovascular disease, cancer, and age-related cognitive decline.1, 2, 3″

  213. Janice Dean says:

    I learned that blueberries are great dried! Try ‘em dried – Many supermarkets and natural food stores now sell a variety of dried blueberries. Pop them on a green salad, toss them with couscous or try them in stuffing.

  214. Catherine Shaw says:

    I learned that 38 states produce blueberries commercially and six of them account for more than 90 percent of the highbush crop: Michigan, New Jersey, Oregon, North Carolina, Georgia and Washington!

  215. Paula Brown says:

    I learned that 38 states produce blueberries commercially and six of them account for more than 90 percent of the highbush crop: Michigan, New Jersey, Oregon, North Carolina, Georgia and Washington!

  216. tracey byram says:

    I learned that fresh blueberries are now available year-round. You can buy North American blueberries from April through October, and South American blueberries from November through March.

  217. I learned: Tribal elders recounted how the Great Spirit sent “star berries” to ease the children’s hunger during a famine. haha I loved that they called them star berries!!! How cute!

  218. I learned they have a ton of categories for recipes using blueberries. What a neat idea.

  219. Blueberries have been around for 13,000 years!

  220. Cathy French says:

    I learned that the domestic harvest ends in October

  221. robyn paris says:

    i learned that my state new jersey is one of six states producing 90 percent of the blueberries

  222. Thomas Chappell says:

    Who knew you could find local farms where you can go pick blueberries that is awesome

  223. Scott Martin says:

    Blueberries are grown all year round.

  224. I learned that the domestic harvest of blueberries ends in October,

  225. Emily Morelli says:

    I learned that, although the domestic harvest ends in October, fresh blueberries are still available in the United States thanks to an abundant supply from South America.

  226. Yvonne Mitchell says:

    Blueberries are low in calories, only 80 per cup.

  227. blue berries are available all year round .good source of food.

  228. Maggie Wallace says:

    I learned that you can make blueberry soup!

  229. Monique Rizzo says:

    There are 80 calories per cup of blueberries!
    Thanks for the chance.
    mogrill12@gmail.com

  230. Jason Crooks says:

    I learned that blueberries can lessen the inflammatory process associated with chronic conditions like cardiovascular disease, cancer, and age-related cognitive decline.

  231. Charlene Drake says:

    I didn’t know there was a website just for blueberries, and look at all of those receipes – I bookmarked the page.

  232. I learned there are 80 calories in one cup of blueberries

  233. wow I did not know this I learned that blueberries have been around for about 13,000 years!

  234. Marie Constantineau says:

    That i will be able to read Ali Sweeney’s Healthy Living Tips there

  235. I learned that the peak season for fresh blueberries in North America runs from mid-June to mid-August, with the earliest harvest in the southern states and the latest harvest in the northern states and Canada

  236. I had never heard of blueberry soup before, but it looks great!

  237. i love bluberries with only 80 caleries

  238. John Leahy says:

    I learned that Native Americans called blueberries “star berries”

  239. Bailey Dexter says:

    Wow, I learned that Blueberries are high in Vitamin C, which promotes a healthy immune system, and manganese, which plays an important role in bone development.

  240. courtney b says:

    blueberries are super healthy and help better your cholesterol

  241. jenn giannetto says:

    i learned that blueberries are grown year-round

  242. I learned that blueberries contain phytonutrients called polyphenols, and research suggests that polyphenols have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that can play an important role in helping to lessen the inflammatory process associated with chronic conditions like cardiovascular disease, cancer, and age-related cognitive decline.

  243. i learned you could make SOUP from blueberries- who knew?

  244. I learned that blueberries are grown on high bushes, which is different than how we find them here (Saskatchewan) in the the forest. Also that Alison Sweeney is the spokesperson, I love her.

  245. Cynthia Gray says:

    I thought blueberries were only grown in the northern states. Now I know they’re grown all over the US. But then, why are they sooo expensive?

  246. They have every kind of recipe for blueberries

  247. I found an amazing recipe for blueberry bisque!!

  248. I learned that the peak season for fresh blueberries in North America runs from mid-June to mid-August

  249. I would love to try the Blueberry Soup receipe.
    Lisa K.

  250. Karen Deva says:

    38 states produce blueberries commercially.

  251. I learned that Native Americans used them for medicinal purposes!

  252. I learned that blueberries are mostly picked by hand–amazing!

  253. Dawn Monroe says:

    I read the recipe for pork tenderloin with blueberry sauce. I never thought of pairing the two but it looks great.

  254. Lynda Thomas says:

    I learned that they have a recipe for Blueberry Vinaigrette salad dressing! It sounds interesting, I just might have to try that one! :)

  255. David Haug says:

    Lots of antioxidants in them.

  256. Susan Smith says:

    I learned that blueberries have been around for about 13,000 years

  257. Kyl Neusch says:

    Blueberries have 80 calories per cup.

  258. I learned that Chile accounts for the majority of fresh Southern Hemisphere blueberries imported to the United States.

  259. Learned that blueberries have been around for 13,000 years.

  260. Native Americans dried blueberries in the sun and added them whole to soups, stews and meat, or crushed them into a powder rubbed into meat as a preservative.

  261. that blueberries are low in fat, have just 80 calories per cup, and scientific studies show that blueberries contain a category of phytonutrients called polyphenols

  262. Colleen Boudreau says:

    I learned that most of the blueberries you find in the supermarket are highbush blueberries.

  263. Debbie Petch says:

    I would like to try the Blueberry Ginger Sauce.

  264. michelle hebert says:

    Blueberries are high in Vitamin C

  265. Tammy Shelton says:

    I learned that 38 states produce blueberries.

  266. I learned Blueberies are high in vitamin C and manganese.

  267. christine jessamine says:

    i LEARNED THEY ARE ONLY 80 CALORIES PER CUP

  268. wendi watson says:

    blueberries are really a great fruit with lots of antioxidants

  269. They’re low-calorie and packed with antioxidants.

  270. Chelsea Vivier says:

    I learned that blueberries & chicken CAN be friends … will be trying the recipe :-)

  271. I just LOVE blueberries, so I’m happy to learn that Blueberries are high in Vitamin C, which promotes a healthy immune system,.

  272. Chilean blueberry season is from October thru March, assuring fresh blueberries for us all year long.

  273. According to legend, Native Americans gave blueberries to the pilgrims to help them make it through their first winter.

  274. April Martin says:

    I learned that blueberry bushes can grow up to 12 feet tall! :)

  275. I learned that Native Americans called them”star berries” because the calyx forms a perfect five point star. :)

  276. ReggieMann says:

    Lowbush blueberries, used primarily in food processing, are grown in Maine and Eastern Canada.

  277. BobbiJo PEntney says:

    I did not know that blueberries were so high in Vitamin C.

  278. Stacey Roberson says:

    I learned that blueberries contain polyphenols, which play an important role in helping to lessen the inflammatory process associated with chronic conditions like cardiovascular disease, cancer, and age-related cognitive decline

  279. I learned there is a Blueberry and Salmon recipe -a combination I had never considered

  280. I learned that blueberries have 80 calories per cup.

  281. I learned that most of the blueberries you find in the supermarket are highbush blueberries.

  282. Priscilla S. says:

    I learned that blueberries are high in Vitamin C, which promotes a healthy immune system, and manganese, which plays an important role in bone development.

  283. danielle Marie says:

    blueberries are really high in vitamin c.

  284. I learned that tons of Chilean blueberries are harvested by hand and machine, packaged in clean, modern packinghouses and flown or shipped to North American ports for distribution throughout the United States.

  285. Wanda McHenry says:

    I learned that blueberries are high in Vitamin C and I really had no idea! Great to know because I love blueberries!

  286. They range in color from purple-blue to blue-black.

  287. janna johnson says:

    a cup of blueberries is 80 calories!

  288. I learned that 38 states produce blueberries commercially.

  289. I learned that blueberries are only 80 calories per cup!

  290. I learned they have a ton of really cool, unique recipes, like the homemade Blueberry Maple Syrup! I’d love to make my own!

    coriwestphal at msn dot com

  291. bluberries are 80 calories per cup and hight in antioxidants!

  292. I learned that Chile accounts for the majority of fresh Southern Hemisphere blueberries imported to the United States. Thanks, Chile.

  293. I learned that blueberries are low in fat, have just 80 calories per cup

  294. I learned that they’re low in fat, have just 80 calories per cup.

  295. Alana Vester says:

    I learned that The Native Americans used blueberries (and their leaves and roots) for medicinal purposes, and developed one of the first blueberry baked goods, which they called Sautauthig.

  296. I learned that blueberries have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties

  297. Desiree Dunbar says:

    I learned that Blueberries are full of Phytonutrients called polyphenols.

  298. I learned that there are enough people liking blueberry recipes that they have such a wide variety of them.

  299. Douglas Houston says:

    They have a great recipe for a Blueberry Margarita

  300. Penny Snyder says:

    I learned that 90 percent of the highbush crop grow in 6 states: Michigan, New Jersey, Oregon, North Carolina, Georgia and Washington.

  301. I learned a LOT of new recipes! YUM!

  302. Mary Gardner says:

    I learned that blueberries can range in color from purple-blue to blue-black!

  303. I found an interesting recipe for Blueberry Soup!

  304. I learned how to make Salmon and Blueberry Salad with Red Onion Vinaigrette

  305. I learned that you can buy North American blueberries from April through October, and South American blueberries from November through March.

  306. only 80 calories per cup – a diet bargain

  307. I learned that blueberry plants like acid soil and plenty of water.

  308. 80 calories per cup is awesome

  309. I learned the recipe for Blueberry Soup! Sounds so fun, especially for the kids. I might have to skip the wine in it, though.

  310. That blueberries contain polyphenols which aid in reducing inflammation.

  311. id love to try the blueberry soup recipe!! looks yummy…

  312. Bridget Heiple Reich says:

    I learned the recipe for Blueberry and Gorgonzola Salad with Mixed Greens and it sounds awesome!

  313. I learned that blueberries are high in Vitamin C.

  314. Waffles with Spiced Blueberry Sauce looks good

  315. I did not realize how high blueberry bushes grow

  316. I learned that more than half the highbush blueberries are shipped to the fresh market to keep up with demand and the remainder are processed in a variety of ways for other foods we eat.

  317. There is blueberry soup?! Never heard of it.

  318. Brenda Witherspoon-Bedard says:

    I actually didnt know blue berries grew on bushes

  319. ellen casper says:

    I learned that fresh blueberries are now available year-round. You can buy North American blueberries from April through October, and South American blueberries from November through March

  320. tina d reynolds says:

    Blueberrues only have 80 cal per cup

  321. I didn’t realize that they had so many recipes on their site. I would love to try the Blueberry Chicken Salad Tacos. I enjoy finding new recipes that look good.

  322. I learned a bit about the history of blueberries, such as the fact that “Dr. Frederick V. Coville and Elizabeth White first cultivated highbush blueberries in the early 20th Century, and today, dozens of commercial highbush varieties are thriving across the United States, Canada, South America and around the world.” Thanks for the chance to win this awesome giveaway!

  323. I never thought of putting blueberries on pizza; it sounds interesting. I like pineapple on pizza so next time I think I’ll try some blueberries.

  324. I learned that Chile accounts for the majority of fresh Southern Hemisphere blueberries imported to the United States.

  325. I want to try the Blueberry-Chocolate Mousse Tarts!

  326. I learned that you can buy North American blueberries from April through October, and South American blueberries from November through March.

  327. heather crawford says:

    The recipe for blueberry soup!

  328. joseph gersch says:

    i learned they have a recipe for blueberry compote

  329. I learned how to make a double blueberry pie

  330. I learned that blueberries have been around for 13,000 years! They are almost old as dirt lol.
    http://creativityarise.com

  331. Rebecca Peters says:

    the blueberry breakfast salad is amazing looking

  332. Love blueberries!! Only 80 calories a cup!!! Yummm

  333. Kobi Hensley says:

    That Native Americans used blueberries (and their leaves and roots) for medicinal purposes, and developed one of the first blueberry baked goods, which they called Sautauthig (pronounced sawi-taw-teeg)

  334. You can make soup out of blueberries!

  335. I learned that Blueberries are high in Vitamin C, which promotes a healthy immune system, and manganese, which plays an important role in bone development. They’re also a good source of dietary fiber, which contributes to heart health, helping to keep cholesterol in check.

  336. pamela love says:

    I found and pinned some great looking recipes while I was there. My husband will love the Blueberry French Toast.

  337. I learned that the Native Americans used blueberries (and their leaves and roots) for medicinal purposes!

  338. I learned that you can use blueberries in a ton of recipes and they all look so good. Blueberries are my favorite!
    jofo120 at yahoo dot com

  339. Sarah Grace says:

    I learned the recipes for lemon blueberry muffins and blueberry pumpkin bread.

  340. Lauren Knott says:

    I learned that they have tons of recipes even chef style ones!

  341. Denise Donaldson says:

    I learned they have a lot of blueberry recipes

  342. Karrie Millheim says:

    I learned you can make Blueberry drinks

  343. susan smoaks says:

    i learned that i want to try the blueberry party mix recipe. i am tony l smoaks on rafflecopter.

  344. Peggy Rydzewski says:

    Most of the blueberries you find in the supermarket are highbush blueberries

  345. I learned you can make blueberry soup!

  346. I learned blueberries have been around for 13,000 years. Wow!

  347. the recipes! yum!!

  348. Blueberries help in bone development! cool

  349. I learned there are so many other ways to use blueberries that I have never thought of… like the Blueberry Chicken Salad Tacos http://www.blueberrycouncil.org/blueberry-recipes/blueberry-chicken-salad-tacos/ – looks yummy!

  350. Blueberries are indigenous to North America and have deep roots in our country’s history. When Europeans arrived on the continent, the Native Americans were already enjoying blueberries year-round.

  351. Valerie Strand says:

    Only 80 calories per cup.

  352. I’d love to try the Blueberry F ruit Shake

  353. They have so many antioxidants!

  354. I learned that there is actually a Blueberry Council, didn’t even know this.

  355. I learned that blueberries contain polyphenols, which help with the anti-inflammatory process.

  356. I learned that you can buy fresh blueberries year round.

  357. I learned there is a Blueberry Council..

    freebiegoddess03@aol.com

  358. I learned that Chile accounts for the majority of fresh Southern Hemisphere blueberries imported to the United States, followed by Argentina, Uruguay, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru and Brazil.

  359. I learned that 38 states produce blueberries commercially and six of them account for more than 90 percent of the crop.

  360. Leslie L Stanziani says:

    I learned that botanists estimate blueberries burst onto the scene more than 13,000 years ago!

  361. Haha I never even knew they existed!

  362. Kristy Dobbs says:

    That blueberries contain polyphenols.

  363. Kayci Stanley says:

    I learned that blueberries are a great source of manganese, and manganes plays an important role in bone development and in converting the proteins, carbohydrates and fats in food into to energy.

  364. I learned that botanically speaking, blueberries (genus Vaccinium) are part of a plant family that includes the flowering azalea, mountain laurel and heather-plants. They like acid soil and plenty of water.

  365. Maria Malaveci says:

    I learned that you can buy fresh blueberries year round ♥

  366. The blueberry muffin is the official muffin of Minnesota!

  367. I learned the peak season in North America is June – August.

  368. I learned you can make blueberry soup hahaha

  369. Cheryl Reinhardt says:

    Dr. Frederick V. Coville and Elizabeth White first cultivated highbush blueberries in the early 20th Century

  370. Cheryl Reinhardt says:

    The blueberry muffin recipe looks like a real winner !!! I love blueberry’s and they are healthy for you too!

  371. Sandra VanHoey says:

    The Native Americans used blueberries (and their leaves and roots) for medicinal purposes

  372. Donna Kellogg says:

    I did not know that Blueberries were high in Vit. C

  373. Jaime Cummings says:

    I learned that blueberries are a great source of manganese

  374. Melanie Comello says:

    I learned that there actually is such a thing as the U.S. Highbush Blueberry Council. I never knew!!

  375. Danielle Wood says:

    I learned that you can buy bluberries year round

  376. I had no idea blueberries had been around for 13,000 years!

  377. I learned Botanists estimate blueberries burst onto the scene more than 13,000 years ago! I also learned that when Europeans arrived on the continent, the Native Americans were already enjoying blueberries year-round. They dried blueberries in the sun and added them whole to soups, stews and meat, or crushed them into a powder rubbed into meat as a preservative. According to legend, Native Americans gave blueberries to the pilgrims to help them make it through their first winter. Blueberries are awesome!

  378. Mihaela Day says:

    I learned that there is actually a Blueberry Council :)

  379. I learned that the Europeans turned to close cousins of blueberries – called bilberries – for a variety of medicinal practices

  380. I learned that blueberries are good for boosting fiber intake.


  381. I learned that you can buy fresh blueberries year round.

  382. Beverly Metcalf says:

    I would love to grow some blueberry plants and I learned Blueberries bring a unique combination of delicious fruit and striking ornamental beauty to the garden and landscape. Blueberries are easy to grow, require little care, and are seldom bothered by pests. If a few basic steps are followed your blueberry plants can thrive and last a lifetime. Thanks for the blueberry muffin recipe and for having this contest.

  383. I learned that Although the domestic harvest ends in October, fresh blueberries are still available in the United States thanks to an abundant supply from South America.

  384. Vikki Billings says:

    I learned that you can buy fresh blueberries all year long!

  385. Blueberry have been around for more than 13,000 yrs.

  386. Trisha McKee says:

    Fresh blueberries are available year round.

  387. Blueberries are high in Vitamin C.

  388. Thanks for the giveaway… blueberries contain polyphenols, which have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that can play an important role in helping to lessen the inflammatory process associated with chronic conditions like cardiovascular disease, cancer, and age-related cognitive decline.

  389. I learned that blueberries are indigenous to North America and have deep roots in our country’s history.

  390. Rajee (@momsfocus) says:

    botanists estimate blueberries burst onto the scene more than 13,000 years ago!

  391. Winner announced soon?

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