Berry season is nearly here and we are so excited about it. All those fresh beautiful berries – our mouths are watering already. In order to get ready for the yummiest season of the year, we have rounded up some delicious berry recipes to try.
If you’re like us, you already have some tried-and-true favorites, but this year, we thought it would be fun to branch out and try some new dishes highlighting those yummy summer berries. Check out the delicious-sounding ones we have rounded up below.
Delicious Berry Recipes
There is something here for pretty much everyone. Which berry is your favorite? We can’t choose! There are just too many. Maybe we will just have to make a list of all these delicious berry recipes and start working our way through it. Who’s with us?
Berries and French toast just go together, don’t they? And with triple the berries, you can have all of your favorites in one dish.
Loaf cakes are so simple to make. Even if you don’t consider yourself a baker, this one is easy peasy. And it’s packed with berries!
These are the perfect after-school snack for hungry kids (and parents)!
Pie is a favorite around here. Add triple the berries and we’re all in. Would you serve this as is or with some ice cream or whipped cream on top?
Ohh, a healthy option. Make up some of these oatmeal cups for your breakfast this week and you’ll be starting out your day with something yummy and nutritious!
Being frozen, this looks like an ideal snack for a hot summer day. Cooling off with frozen berries and yogurts is the best idea yet!
Love the French toast idea but you’re vegan? It’s okay. We’ve got you covered with this one.
Cobblers are one of those easy throw-it-together kind of desserts. Great for a busy day when you want to serve your family a quick and delicious treat.
Another tasty but nutritious option here – these berries with coconut crisp practically have us drooling. Here’s our breakfast plan for tomorrow!
A delightful summer salad made even better with the addition of berries – yes please!
Have you ever made a galette before? This is another one that’s perfect for the “non-bakers” in the crowd because the pie crust is formed into this rustic shape. No worries about getting the perfect-looking pie!
Want to indulge for weekend brunch? Berries, crepes, and mascarpone are where it’s at! Simple to make but looks like you’re dining out in a fancy restaurant.
Once you have made a compote, you’ll see that there are so many uses for it. Pour it over pancakes, waffles, ice cream, yogurt, a slice of pound cake, or some French toast. What would you use it for?
Another great option for an after-school snack – these bars are packed with nutritious ingredients.
Yes, you read that correctly. This dessert is a no-bake one, making it perfect for those hot summer days when you don’t want to turn on the oven.
We are always down for a delicious muffin. With this one, they had us at cheesecake. Well, and berries of course!
Who wouldn’t want to wake up to this colorful bowl for breakfast?
A yogurt parfait is one of the simplest breakfast, snack, or dessert options there is, but just look at how tempting that is!
We love a good pull-apart loaf but have never seen one before with blueberries and Brie. YUM!
Little bite-sized pancakes packed with berries – kids and adults will both love this portable breakfast idea.
Hand pies are another great portable food that is ideal for a backyard get-together. Make these in your air fryer to get them done quickly and easily.
Instead of a traditional pastry, try this easy but beautiful braid for your next brunch.
We love the addition of lemon to the berries. That bite of citrus is sure to take the taste right over the top.
Cake for breakfast? Okay, if you insist. This cake looks like the perfect dish to take to a potluck.
Oatmeal cups take your standard bowl of oatmeal and turn it into breakfast-on-the-go.
Another yummy salad option but this one has added quinoa and pecans to the mix. We’re ready to dig in!
This is similar to the yogurt parfaits but the granola has been turned into a crust to hold the yogurt and the berries. Genius!
We all remember pop tarts from our childhoods. This is an adult vegan version that looks delightful. Okay, okay – we’ll share with the kids.
Just when you thought you had seen all the options available for oatmeal – take a look at this beauty! We are betting it has some similarities to banana bread – only better.
Another breakfast bake option, this one is made with quinoa, adding a lovely nutty flavor.
Similar to cheesecake in flavor because of the berries and cream cheese, these are so much easier to make and serve.
Yes, we already included a pop tart recipe but we couldn’t resist this one. Blueberry and lavender? It sounds scrumptious. Have you ever eaten lavender before?
Have you ever heard of Saskatoon berries? That’s their name in Canada, but they are also available in the US and are usually called juneberries or prairie berries among other names. If you don’t have any around you, you can substitute blueberries. Butter tarts are a Canadian classic, but the addition of berries is a fresh take.
These sweet rolls are taken to the next level with the addition of three kinds of berries.
Thyme? With blueberries? Okay, now we’re intrigued. This is a recipe we’re adding to our list this summer.
Move over raisins; there’s a new kid in town. Check out these yummy blackberry oatmeal cookies. They’re sure to be a hit!
We have always loved the addition of fruit to a chicken salad and we must say, this one looks really good. This is a great option for taking on a summer picnic, don’t you think?
The classic Bundt cake. They are so easy to make and yet so popular. This is a great dessert option or serve it up with some tea or coffee for a mid-morning coffee break with friends.
What’s a slab pie, you might be wondering. Fun fact: Did you know that in colonial times, they served round pies because they were literally a way to “cut corners” and save money? Slab pies are generally made in rectangular baking pans making them good options for serving a large group.
Light and refreshing on a hot summer’s day, sorbet is quick and easy to make. No ice cream machine needed.
So, which of these berry recipes is on your must-try list? It’s so hard to choose!