Alaskan Wild Berry Cobbler, Alaska is home to many varieties of berries and the wild ones always taste the best. You could make this dessert using any favorite cobbler recipe and whatever fresh berries you’ve picked that day. Common Alaskan berries include: raspberries, blackberries, and blueberries. Make your cobbler an Alaskan adventure by including more unusual Alaskan fruit. Try salmonberries, lingonberries, and mossberries in your recipe for a special delight.
Alaska - Akutaq / Eskimo "Ice Cream" Recipe and Variated Recipe, use rendered fat from wild game during hunting season/source from specialty butcher. If made traditionally using seal oil and fresh berries (no sugar), it's actually a superfood packed with
Blueberry ~ Vaccinium uliginosum Blueberries are great in pies, jams, and with ice cream. Alaska Natives use the berries in their own kind of ice cream, what Dena'ina Athabascans call nivagee, traditionally made of bear fat, sugar, fish, and berries.