Blueberry (ब्लूबेरी) Recipes

Blueberry, often regarded as Mother Nature’s super antioxidant, ranks as the second favorite fruit in the world after strawberry. From sweet to tart and tangy, blueberries are grown in clusters and range in a size from a pea to a marble. The fruit turns from pale green to dark blue upon ripening.


  • Good source of vitamin K, vitamin C and manganese
  • Good source of fiber and copper
  • High in water content
  • Low in carbohydrates 
  • Highest amount of antioxidants
  • Abundance of vitamin C

Health Benefits

  • Increase bone density and elasticity
  • Prevents oxidative DNA damage
  • Prevent wrinkles, age spots, and acne
  • Strengthens the cardiac muscles
  • keeps you feeling fuller for longer to aid in weight loss

Purchase Guide

Avoid berries that appear dull in color or are soft and watery in texture. They should be free from moisture since the presence of water will cause the berries to decay. When purchasing frozen berries, shake the bag gently to ensure that the berries move freely and are not clumped together, which may suggest that they have been thawed and refrozen. 


Fresh berries are very fragile and should be washed briefly and carefully and then gently patted dry if they are not organic. Wash berries just prior to use to not prematurely remove the protective bloom that resides on the skin's surface. Store blueberries in freeze in a plastic box(Not metal one).

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