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(Source: blueberrycouncil.org) Show us a picture of you getting your dose of blueberries this week!
Looking for a warm blueberry dessert that ISN 'T a cobbler or sweet bread? Try making these sweet and savory blueberry quesadillas!
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What unique blueberry recipe will you prepare to honor blueberries this month?
For a little fruit, blueberries provide many health benefits- they are packed with nutrients such as fiber, vitamin C and manganese, as well as loaded with phytonutrients and antioxidants. They are low in fat and calories which make blueberries a great snack choice! Throw a handful on top of a bowl of oatmeal, mix in with some Greek yogurt, or freeze for a burst of cool sweetness. For some delicious blueberry recipes such as Blueberry Turkey Burgers or Tropical Blueberry Salsa visit Blueberry Council. Helpful Hint: When purchasing blueberries keep them in the package, and don't wash them until you are ready to enjoy. Washing the berries before you are ready to eat will cause them to spoil faster.
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Looking for a refreshing blueberry smoothie? Try this recipe: Blend 1 cup frozen blueberries with å_ cup of milk, å_ cup of Greek yogurt, and 1 teaspoon honey for a cool treat in this July heat. What do you do with all your blueberries?
The first of June marks the start of 30-days devoted to dairy! Milk and other dairy products are loaded with tons of minerals like calcium and phosphorous as well as vitamin D and B12, and are a great way to fill your snacks and meals with more nutrients.
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Here are a few tips of our own to increase your dairy consumption and help build strong bones and teeth!
What is your favorite source of dairy?
Raspberry Banana Soft Serve with Chocolate Swirl
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