Blueberry Lemon ShootersIngredients Pound cake crumbs: 1-½ cups Prepared lemon curd: 1-½ cups Fresh blueberries: 1-½ cups Whipped cream: 1 cup Instructions Into 2 shot glasses (each about 2-½ ounces), layer half of the cake crumbs, the lemon curd and the blueberries Top with a swirl of whipped cream Refrigerate until ready to serve Number of servings (yield): 12
This two-ingredient Blueberry Sorbet could not be easier to make. With frozen blueberries and juice on hand, you can create this icy and refreshing treat in a matter of minutes and serve it over cakes, cookies, bars or fresh fruit. Since it’s so simple and delightful, Blueberry Sorbet is also fantastic served on its own. Ingredients 4 cups fresh or thawed, frozen blueberries 1 can (6 ounces) frozen apple juice concentrate
Recipe by Julie Kinch & Debbie Fraser, “Cooks with Cocktails” Blog This savory Blueberry & Brie Turkey Wellington is the perfect showpiece for your seasonal meals. Warm, melted cheese and crumbly bacon combined with fresh herbs, blueberries and airy puff pastries will make Blueberry & Brie Turkey Wellington your new favorite dish.
If planted in a suitable sunny site, blueberry bushes are almost completely pest free. However, this plant will not thrive or often even grow in the wrong soils. They must be grown in soils that are highly acidic (pH levels of 4.5-5.5), uniformly moist (not wet), and nutrient-poor. The soils must be high in organic matter because this provides a slow-release of nutrients to the plant.
The best blueberries for container life are highbush varieties (as opposed to rabbiteye) that have been bred for short stature, commonly called "half-high." Plant blueberry bushes in acidic soil and in containers that are at least 18 to 24 inches deep. To get the best harvest, the flowers must cross pollinate with a nearby blueberry bush that is a different variety but is also flowering at that particular time of year. Just find 2 varieties that produce fruit at the same time of year.