Over on our sister site, Tu’el Pro, we dove into the blackberry fruit benefits for the skin: it renews, smoothes and protects. Now, it’s time to uncover the best blackberry recipes available. Even though these are technically gathered with your clients in mind, there’s no reason you can’t indulge too. Here are six things to make with blackberries.
Blackberry Freezer JamFresh, sweet and fruity, this Blackberry Freezer Jam is a simple recipe that you can keep on hand to share with clients. It calls for 3 ¼ cups of mashed blackberries, so you can trust that clients will get all the vitamins and minerals they need to keep their skin healthy.
Blackberry Barbeque SauceBarbecue sauce...surprise! But hey, we support fitting blackberries into your diet whenever possible. This Smoky Blackberry Barbecue Sauce features a short rib recipe, but it’s also yummy on chicken, pork chops or other cuts of steak.
Blackberry French ToastFrench toast is a delicacy in the mornings, but add on some fresh blackberries and it tastes just like heaven. Blackberry French Toast typically calls for canned pie filling, as this recipe does, which brings us to another point: fresh is always best so why not substitute for some mashed up fresh blackberries or even the freezer jam recipe featured above?
Lattice-Top Blackberry PieSince it’s one of our favorite blackberry pie recipes, we had to share this Lattice-Top Blackberry Pie with you. It features fresh blackberries, but you can use frozen too. If you are a little intimidated about making a pie from scratch, this recipe includes a very easy-to-follow photo tutorial.
Blackberry LiqueurYou’ll thank us for this one: Blackberry Liqueur (Creme de Mure). Yep, it’s time to make your own liqueur… all you need is a lot of blackberries, red wine, some sugar, and vodka or gin. We thought this would be a fun recipe to try, perfect for fall, and it’s surprisingly easy-to-make!
Blackberry Overnight OatsOf these six things to make with blackberries, the Blackberry Overnight Oats recipe is the most popular. It’s a simple recipe that you can make before bed and bring to work the next day… is there anything better than a pre-made breakfast?