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Best made with fresh berries “preferably wild.” This unbaked pudding is also a treat made out of...
Steven Raichlen recommends making this dish with lowbush wild blueberries from Maine. The faintest...
The molasses makes all the difference. –Bee and Thistle Inn, Old Lyme, Connecticut
This simple, delicious dessert is a great crowd-pleaser for a late summer party. Serve with whipped...
I found this in an older cookbook and the pie is quite good.
“The Lincoln House is in the heart of ‘the blueberry capital of the world’ - Washington County,...
Experiment with various amounts of mint, lemon rind, and ginger to discover the combination that...
Sherbets make a refreshing finish to many meals when a heavier dessert might seem too filling....
So simple, so good. Use fresh or dry frozen berries.
These cookies are beautiful as well as delicious; the cinnamon gives a nice twist to the blueberry ...
Another delectable, and really quite easy, way to use up some of the summer’s blueberries....
Another simple-to-prepare Ruth Baird specialty, with a light texture and berries that stay in place...
Use one 5-inch and one 12-inch Dutch oven with 34 briquettes. –International Dutch Oven Society  
This tart boasts a filling of blueberry jam, almond paste, and sliced almonds.
A great soup for an elegant summer dinner. The recipe is based on a Swedish dish for which...
Our readers say it best: “This recipe makes the most unique-tasting and refreshing blueberry ice...
This recipe comes from barbeque guru Steven Raichlen, who taught us that delicious desserts can...
A rich and easy shortbread from Holland.
This old-fashioned pie was popular with the Shakers, a religious sect that flourished in this...
A mixture of cooked and fresh berries helped make this pie a family favorite.
All New Englanders know that Boston Cream Pie is not a pie at all, but a cake. And this version is...
Adapted from Omni Parker House recipe
Still delicious a few days after it is made. Serve with vanilla ice cream. –Boulders Inn, New...
This masterpiece was created by the Executive Chef of a very famous hotel, who refused to give...
Light, refreshing and extremely popular!
This recipe was perfected by Mother Mary Clare in the monastery kitchen of the St. Scholastica...
An old-time recipe to use up stale bread.
This more unusual recipe is easy to prepare and makes a lovely crust. But allow ample time to chill...
My grandmother’s recipe. Very basic but moist and very good, especially if sliced and buttered or...
Make these to hand out at the door on Halloween.
This tastes very good, especially with applesauce cake.
This recipe comes from Mrs. Marshall’s great grandmother, Harriet Bradstreet, a descendant of...
This is a very delicious and simple dessert. It’s one I devised myself about 40 years ago. We use...
Here’s a creamy custard pie with a tangy flavor and hint of maple. Delicious! –Courtesy of The Old...
You can bake one roll and freeze the other, if you prefer. (Wrap the roll securely in plastic wrap...
Tangy cranberries stud these luscious, spicy pumpkin bars.
Is this a pudding or a cake? As the dessert bakes, the cake rises to the top, leaving a fudgy layer...
Fudge-like and full of nuts. –Colby Hill Inn, Henniker, New Hampshire
Moist, with a cake-like texture. Serve plain, frosted, or topped with ice cream.
Berry bread puddings may be made from any kind of leftover bread; we like brioche, challah, French...

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