If you love blueberries and baking as much as we do, then check out our comprehensive list of scrumptious, simple-to-learn, and adaptable blueberry recipes. We’ve scrolled past all the pictures of blueberry buckets and personal stories so you can go straight to trying out these creative twists on your favorite classics.
Choco Tacos may be getting discontinued, but with this recipe the dessert taco decadence lives on. These simple and creative sweet taco shells will impress any relative or friend coming to your next big party.
The fun purple color and fresh taste of these white chocolate blueberry cookies make them discussion worthy. Be sure to squirrel some away for you before sending them out to loved ones.
Step aside Ben and Jerry, sometime the simplest homemade ice cream is the best. This ice cream recipe can be adapted for those of us both with and without ice cream makers.
Sometimes all you need is blueberries to freshen up the breakfast/dessert classics. These blueberry cinnamon rolls are perfect for sneaking some nutrients into your family’s brunch gatherings.
Why make Jello-Instant when you can transform blueberries and white chocolate into a crowd pleasing pudding cake? All it takes is a creative spirit and 30 minutes.
Not apple season? Don’t worry! Blueberries make a cobbler just as satisfying and delicious. This recipe is perfect for doubling and saving for later to freshen up with some maple syrup, whipped cream, or ice cream.
Add some zest to your blueberry dessert with lemon. What’s more this pudding recipe can be adapted to be either creamier or vegan.
This muffin cookie recipe is perfect for those of us with the habit of eating the muffin top and nothing else. Begin and/or end your days with this sweet treat. Plus, the recipe is a two in one as it comes with a lemon glaze that you’ll want to add to other desserts.
Macarons may seem like a daunting dessert to bake yourself, but this blueberry cookie and lemon filling recipe and its step by step pictures will help you transform your kitchen into a French bakery in no time. It even comes with helpful macaron tips to keep you informed and inspired.
Pineapples aren’t the only fruit that can get zany in an upside down cake. This blueberry version will have you seeing the world from a whole new angle.
Sweet and salty is the name of the game with this blueberry pretzel salad. Granted, it’s more cheesecake filling than fruits and veggies but we won’t hold that against it.
Not only will your stomach be satisfied by this hearty blueberry coffee cake, but your nose will also thank you for making your home smell like one of those overpriced (but oh so enjoyable) scented candles. This is another leftover friendly recipe that you’ll be dying to make tons of batches of.
In the mood to zhush up your next cupcake batch? Look no futher than this blueberry buttercream that is satisfying in both color and taste.
Easy to make, quick to bake, and oh so crowd pleasing this sheet cake even comes with another buttercream recipe to try out. So break out the 9×13 pan and get to baking!
Do you have a busy social, professional, and family life? Then stay prepared for any social gathering by keeping heaps of this delicious, make-ahead blueberry pie filling on hand.
Cheesecake bars are all the decadence and fun of cheesecake without the awkwardness of cutting up everyone’s preferred portions. This recipe is perfect for any brunch or potluck you have in your future.
Another mini version of a larger dessert, these bite-size pies are perfectly portioned. Keep them on hand for breakfast and dessert or package them up for your next bake sale or social gathering.
Originally a Jewish delicacy, the “braided bread” called Babka has become a multicultural phenomenon. While the term “braided bread” sounds time and labor intensive, it is actually a misnomer. This recipe is great for both learning how to make Babka and exploring its history.
Prepping your breakfast oatmeal muffins in advance will have morning you thanking past you for the favor. These delicious and reasonably healthy muffins are perfect for packing in lunch boxes or grabbing for your commute.
We all love a “jump to recipe” button, and Mel delivers not only that but also great tips for new bakers. Check out her blueberry cream cheese pie for the recipe and stay for the wholesome storytelling.
Yet another multicultural star in the dessert world: this Rumtopf recipe will have you feeling like a seasoned German baker. This boozey baked good topping is perfect to have on hand for unexpected visitors or social gatherings.
No bake: check. Mason jar obsession: check. Vegan/vegetarian friendly: check. Delicious frozen goodie: check. This recipe is perfect for those hot summer nights.
Make your next dessert both practical and fancy with this blueberry fritter bites recipe. Who better to learn the art of fritters from than an author who absolutely stans them?
This recipe will have you at “no bake” and if you’re still on the fence it follows that up with “graham cracker crust.” Who said dessert making was all about pristine presentation this goopy, lucious dessert will have all your loved ones asking for the recipe.
Get in touch with your inner United States southern hospitality with this lemon buttermilk cake. It’s perfect for using up that buttermilk or those blueberries you just don’t know what to do with.
Straight out of the oven or thrown in a lunch box, these cobbler bars are the perfect answer to any blueberry craving. What’s more, this recipe does a great job at giving tips for how to get the icing perfect.
Blueberries are the perfect freshness to cut through chocolate pudding and this recipe knows it! The best part is that this recipe gives you the lava cake feel without all the work.
These empanada shaped hand pies will have you wondering why any other food group but hand pies exists. Practical meets delicious in these mini pies where their sweet gooey filling is perfectly contained in a flaky crust.
The moistness of muffins merges with the elegance of a bundt cake in this Instagram worthy cake. The best part is how perfectly portioned each slice can be according to your loved ones’ preferences.
If you’re the type of baker that worries about the perfect distribution of berries in your desserts, then a buckle cake is just for you. As the cake batter rises, it encompases the fruit mixture that has been placed on top. Thus, it ensures that everyone gets enough of the best part: the berries.
Unleash your inner child with these crackling cake pops. The secret ingredient? Pop Rocks of course! Both the adults and kids in your life will be raving about your ingenuity.
Boxed Pop Tarts never taste exactly like the flavor on their packaging. So its time that you took matters into your own hands with this blueberry pop tart recipe. Your significant other and kids will never ask you for brand name ever again.
Coconut milk cornbread batter… need I say more? If so, then you’ll absolutely love the only 40 minutes total needed to impress everyone at your next potluck.
Trifle is such an unfortuante word for such a lovely dessert. This lemon blueberry version would blow even Mary Berry and Mel Giedroyc’s socks off at the Great British Bake-Off.
This healthy yet yummy dessert will have all your Millenial loved ones saying “Ch-ch-ch-chia!” Plus, there’s only four base ingredients; making it both simple to make as well as mindblowingly scrumptious.
Healthy eating never tasted so good! Get you and your family off the sugared cereal train with this scrumptious, homemade blueberry granola.
You don’t need to be vegan to get hooded on this pancake bread. You’ll be everyone’s favorite dietary restriction conscious baker with this easier than expected recipe.
Finally! A puff pastry with some substance that’s easy to make. Simply score your favorite flaky pastry crust and add the luscious topping you find in the recipe.
Now’s the time and Beautiful Eats and Things is the place to learn how to make your very own tart crust. The blueberry cream recipe even uses reduced-guilt ingredients such as low fat cream and zero sugar yoghurt.
No longer shall “gluten-free” be synonymous with “cardboard-like.” This blueberry crisp recipe will quickly become a go-to for any gathering where you’re being mindful of others’ restrictions. Keep it vegan by choosing your own favorite garnish that’s not ice or whipped cream.
Every college student and young adult should keep a stash of mug cake recipes, and this vanilla blueberry cake needs to be on it! You can even make the whole cake simply using a microwave safe mug/ramekin and a fork.
Looking to impress your friends, family, and even yourself? Then try out this lemon blueberry mousse cake that tastes as decadent as it sounds.
Heightened simplicity is an underrated art nowadays. It’s amazing how one blueberry glaze can really make a straightforward poundcake stand out.
Magnolia Bakery does a fine job of addressing your possible questions about making their signature recipes. Making their blueberry jamboree will have all your loved ones telling you to open your own shop.
Including these French tarts on your next party menu is sure to win you major accolades. The best part is that they are as simple as thumprint cookies, but even more eye catching.
This chiffon dessert is as elegant as the fabric its named for. Its lightness and inclusion of both lemon and blueberries makes it the perfect desert for your next fancy party.
If your friend or loved one keeps raving about Keto, why not lean into the popular diet with this cobbler? The best part is that even if you’re not Keto you’ll know that you’re eating a delicious, yet healthy dessert too.
Looking for something cobbler-like that’s different? Then try out this dumpling skillet recipe where the dough gets fully submerged in the syrupy sauce rather than covering it.