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Apple blueberry crisp
Banana-blueberry nut bread
Blueberry-banana pancakes
Blueberry basic pie filling
Blueberry-buckwheat pancakes
Blueberry butter
Blueberry cinnamon pancakes
Blueberry corn bread
Blueberry crisp
Blueberry cobbler
Blueberry cobbler with peaches and raspberries
Blueberry cream cheese pie
Blueberry crême brûlée
Blueberry gingerbread
Blueberry-lemon bundt cake
Blueberry Port sauce
Blueberry-Rum cobbler
Blueberry scones
Blueberry sour cream pie
Blueberry streusel cake
Blueberry streusel cake #2
Buttermilk blueberry muffins
Buttermilk blueberry waffles
Cream cheese and wild blueberry pound cake
Easy blueberry crunch
Fresh blueberry pie
Hot spiced blueberry sauce
Lemon-scented blueberry sauce
Maple blueberry muffins
Oats and berry crumb dessert
Refrigerator blueberry muffins
Strawberry-blueberry jam
Warm blueberry and mango compote
Wild blueberry flan
Wild blueberry preserves

CREAM CHEESE BLUEBERRY POUND CAKE

Recent studies are hailing blueberries as the reigning king of antioxidants,
disease fighters that also help slow down the outward and inward effects of aging.
They have the highest overall antioxidant score of some 40 fresh fruits, juices and vegetables tested.
Concord grape juice is next on the list with about 2/3 the antioxidant activity of blueberries,
followed by strawberries, kale and spinach.
One half cup of blueberries packs the antioxidant punch of about 1,000 mg vitamin C,
a vitamin well known for its antioxidant properties.
Choose blueberries that are firm.
Store them in the refrigerator for 3 to 4 days. Wash and drain them before using.
Enjoy them fresh, and combined with other fruit and in recipes.


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