They're sweet, they're blue, and they're a Jersey specialty! Each year, New Jersey produces hundreds of thousands of fresh blueberries, with acres of blueberry farms stretching across the southern part of the state. In fact, the Atlantic County town of Hammonton is acclaimed to be the "Blueberry Capital of the World". With easy access to so many delicious blueberries, just what can we do with them? Check out these tasty recipes featuring fresh blueberries!


While this tea mixture is rather easy to make, adding fresh blueberries to iced tea is not as common as fruits in the citrus family. Needless to say, the addition creates a mouthwatering summer treat! Although the recipe calls for frozen blueberries, using fresh berries to your tea will certainly do the trick! Get the full recipe here.

 


There's nothing like the taste of sweet homemade pie after a great dinner. This classic Betty Crocker blueberry pie recipe makes our mouths water just reading it! Add fresh local blueberries for the best (and sweetest) results.


...Because plain toast should be a sin! With the mixture of just fresh blueberries and some sugar, you'll be able to make your own blueberry jam! Get Martha Stewart's famous blueberry jam recipe here.

 


Satisfying just about any sweet tooth, this incredible cheesecake recipe with a fresh blueberry topping is certainly worth trying for yourself! Get the full recipe here to create this graham cracker crusted delicious cheesecake.

 


Blueberry muffins have been an American staple for many years. Rather than buying pre-made muffins, you can make them yourself using your very own Jersey fresh blueberries. Yum! As part of "Martha Stewart's Baking Handbook", this blueberry muffin recipe is sure to impress!

 


Blueberries are also great in a fruit salad, in frozen shakes and as a great addition to your favorite dessert. We're fortunate in New Jersey to have an abundance of deliciously sweet fresh blueberries that are proudly acclaimed to be the very best!

Got a fresh blueberry recipe that you'd like to share? Tell us in the comments!