Want to know one of my favorite things about summer? Berries! Sure, you can get berries year round in the supermarket, but they’re never quite as plump and juicy as they are during the summer months. Today, I’m sharing a ton of must-try blueberry recipes from my favorite bloggers!

Celebrate summer's berry harvest with 31 delicious must-try blueberry recipes, plus check out a few amazing health benefits of this yummy little fruit!


Did you know that July is National Blueberry Month? Okay, so it’s not quite July yet, but we’re getting there pretty fast! In honor of Blueberry Month, I found 31 Blueberry Recipes to try. That’s one a day all through July. Plenty of berry goodness! Plus, keep reading after the recipes for some incredible benefits of eating blueberries.

31 Blueberry Recipes to Try

Whether or not blueberries really do all of those things, these recipes make it tasty enough to find out!

Celebrate summer's berry harvest with 31 delicious must-try blueberry recipes, plus check out a few amazing health benefits of this yummy little fruit!

  1. Lemon Blueberry Tarts |Sugar Spun Run
  2. Dark Chocolate Blueberry Muffins| The Kitchen Is My Playground
  3. Blueberry Chocolate Breakfast Parfait | This Mama Loves
  4. Blueberry Lemonade | The View from Great Island
  5. Blueberry Peach Cheesecake |The TipToe Fairy
  6. Blueberry Cream Cheese Ice Cream | Bunny’s Warm Oven
  7. Blueberry Poke Cake | Swanky Recipes
  8. Blueberry Cheesecake Chips |Mashup Mom
  9. Blueberry Ice Cream | OurFamilyWorld
  10. Blueberry Basil Mojito |Atta Girl Says
  11. Blueberry Lemon Chia Jam | Mildly Meandering
  12. Blueberry Pie | The Eyes of a Boy
  13. Whipped Blueberry Butter | Peas and Peonies
  14. Blueberry Crunch with Goat Cheese Mousse | The FoodOlic
  15. Healthy Chocolate Blueberry Truffles | Cake Whiz
  16. Chocolate Blueberry Quinoa Breakfast Bowl | Shaken Together
  17. Blueberry Mint Frozen Gimlet | Grey is the New Black
  18. Blueberry Coconut Milk Smoothie | Happy Foods
  19. Blueberry Buckle | The Life Jolie
  20. Blueberry Pancake Bites | Cincy Shopper
  21. Dark Chocolate Covered Blueberries with Almond Dust |The Dinner Mom
  22. Blueberry Hand Pies | The Farm Girl Grabs
  23. Healthy Blueberry Lemon Bread | To Simply Inspire
  24. Blueberry Bread Pudding | You Brew My Tea
  25. No Bake Blueberry Cheesecakes |Unicorns in the Kitchen
  26. Blackberry, Blueberry and Greek Yogurt Popsicles | Cupcakes and Crinoline
  27. Iced Blueberry Donuts | Yesterday on Tuesday
  28. Blueberry and Grilled Corn Salsa | The Suburban Soapbox
  29. Lemon Blueberry Cookies | Trial and Eater
  30. Lemon Blueberry Ice Cream Sandwiches | Donuts, Dresses and Dirt
  31. Blueberry Passionfruit Margaritas |Family, Food and Travel

Incredible Health Benefits of Blueberries

Health benefits of blueberries + 31 blueberry recipes

They’re Loaded with antioxidants

Itty bitty blueberries pack a powerful punch! While a single serving of blueberries isn’t going to fulfill your daily requirement of any vitamin, blueberries are jam packed with antioxidants that help ward off free radicals. You know, the things that make you sick and drag your body down.

I’m not saying eating blueberries is going to keep you from getting a summer cold, but it can’t hurt (unless you’re allergic to them, of course, but I doubt you’d be looking for blueberry recipes if you were).


Blueberries may also help keep your heart healthier by reducing belly fat, according to preliminary results from a study by the University of Michigan Cardiovascular Center. Granted, that study was done on rats, but it’s promising news for us blueberry lovers! The low-salt content combined with the potassium and calcium in blueberries may also help lower your blood pressure.

Improved gut health

A recent study in Molecules concluded that blueberries may improve the amount of healthy bacteria found in your gut after 18 healthy men ate blueberries for 30 days straight. Another 2013 study done on rats supported these findings. When the rats ate low-bush blueberries, the good bacteria increased by almost eight times. Eating blueberries after a meal may also help balance your blood sugar.

They just might make you happier!

Did you know that blueberries just might help ease symptoms of depression? It may have to do with the fact that the balance blood sugar. Both too high and too low blood sugar can cause mood swings. However, early research shows that blueberries may even help ease anxiety related to PTSD, and may even improve your memory.

So many delicious reasons to eat blueberries, the hardest part is deciding which recipe to try first!

Last update on 2024-06-14 / Affiliate links / Images from Amazon Product Advertising API