Have YOU been keeping up with BC Blueberries?
It’s been a BERRY busy fall for BC Blueberries. Since frozen BC Blueberries are a pantry-staple all year long, there’s never an off-season when it comes to blueberry goodness.
Over the last few months, we’ve been teaching Canadians about the benefits and uses of frozen BC Blueberries. These tiny super-foods have since been featured in recipes, articles, and even on TV!
In case you missed something, here’s a little run down of what we’ve been up to…
Frozen BC Blueberries on FoodNetwork.CA
In the foodnetwork.ca article “10 Ways to Add Antioxidant-Rich Frozen Blueberries to Your Diet (From Smoothies to Healthy Pancakes!),” contributor Laura Grande talks about the versatility and exceptional health qualities of frozen BC Blueberries.
Frozen BC Blueberries can be incorporated into a wide range of recipes, from savoury flatbreads to seasonal fruit crisps. So, no matter what you’re craving, frozen BC Blueberries can always be the secret ingredient.
If you didn’t get a chance to check out the article, here are some of our favourite recipes from the list:
Vegan Blueberry Coconut Slow Cooker Oatmeal
Healthy Blueberry-Carrot Muffins
Antioxidant-Rich Green Tea and Blueberry Shake
Blueberry Apple Crisp with Hazelnuts
Blueberry Goat Cheese Pizzette
Frozen BC Blueberries on Global TV
Frozen BC Blueberries appeared as the featured ingredient on Global’s Saturday Chef Segments. Three renowned chefs from Vancouver, Edmonton and Calgary, demonstrated why frozen BC Blueberries are a staple year-round and how they use them during the colder months.
To see each chef’s original blueberry recipe and learn how to incorporate frozen BC Blueberries into your cooking, click the links below.
Watch Chef Scott Downey from The Butternut Tree on Global TV Edmonton
Watch Chef Christine Beard from TAG Bake Studio on Global TV Calgary
Watch Chef Kiko Nakata from Miku Restaurant on Global TV Vancouver