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Ideas for frozen blueberries??

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I want to do a number of dishes that have intense blueberry flavor but in a cost-effective way so was planning to use Wyman's frozen blueberries and mix with fresh.

Other than pie what other good recipes can y'all think of?

thanks in advance

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  1. Blueberry ice cream! Have some for me.

    Also, blueberry tea bread, blueberry grunt (cobbler), and of course blueberry muffins. Blueberry sorbet. Blueberry relish for serving with meats/poultry. Blueberry compote for pancakes and vanilla ice cream. Blueberry buttermilk sherbet. Put some blueberries in buttermilk pie.

    Wyman's wild blueberries are fantastic.

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    1. re: curiousbaker

      Hey curiousbaker...I am always intrigued by regional differences in food...are grunt and cobbler interchangeable where you are (wherever that is)? I'm always curious about this kind of thing. Were I am....in southern British Columbia...a grunt is a kind of stewed blueberry sauce with dumplings poached in the sauce on top of the stove and a cobbler is fruit with biscuits on top, baked in the oven.

      Just curious...

      1. re: Cyndy

        My mother and grandmother always called a cobbler made with blueberries a grunt. It was definitely baked in the oven with biscuits on top, just like a peach cobbler or an apple cobller, except that it had blueberries and was therefore called a grunt. Mabye that was just my family being quirky, though. My grandparents came from Nova Scotia/Newfoundland.

    2. I just made croissant bread pudding with blueberries. It was wonderful.

      1. You might want to check out www.naturesflavors.com and type in Blueberry on thier search. They have intensely flavored extracts, concentrates and flavor powders that are all natural.

        I have had raspberry truffles made with their stuff. They were the most intensely raspberry falvored truffles I have ever had. Totally fantastic.

          1. re: Shaebones

            ... made even better with a rum/lemon juice/sugar glaze.