Blackberries are a delicious summer fruit but also a nutritional powerhouse. Whether fresh, frozen, or baked, blackberries add a pleasant sweetness and tang to any dish. They are especially delicious in desserts and we've got just the recipes to help inspire you in the kitchen.
Join Fine Dining Lovers as we discover the health benefits of blackberries and 10 recipes that highlight their flavor.
Blackberries grow on thorny bushes and are in season from May to September.
Calories in Blackberries
One cup of blackberries contains just 62 calories.
Blackberry Nutrition Facts
Blackberries are loaded with fiber (8 grams per cup). They are also an excellent source of vitamin C, potassium, magnesium, vitamin A, and iron.
Health Benefits of Blackberries
This dark-colored berry is regarded as a cancer-fighting food thanks to its content of polyphenols, which may also protect the cardiovascular system. Its high content of manganese makes blackberries an ideal food for the brain.
10 Blackberry Recipes
There are many ways to make the most of blueberries. Fresh blueberries may be enjoyed on their own, tossed into salads, into smoothies, beverages, and a number of desserts. Here are some ideas to help you make the most of this antioxidant-rich berry:
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