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    I found my thrill on blueberry hill—with my sweetie!

    [Cover photo by flower7.] This cookbook holds the blueberry desserts--what else would you possibly eat in Maine in August? (See my cookbook I found my thrill on blueberry hill for blueberry recipes other than desserts.)
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    1 Reviews |  By Courtly

    Frozen blueberries can be used in this pie in place of the fresh berries. Partially thaw the frozen berries before adding them to the filling. From Pillsbury.

    Recipe #169993

    I am not sure where this recipe came from, but it is my absolute favorite! It even beats chocolate! Beware - the smell will torture you as you're waiting!

    Recipe #88238

    Less than 1 gram of fat in each muffin but you wouldn't even know they are low-fat, these are even better the next day, and are just as delicious without the berries, of coarse you can use full-fat sour cream or yogurt, flavored yogurts only add to the taste of these muffins, I like to sprinkle a sugar/cinnamon mixture on top of each muffin before baking but that is optional, see note on bottom for doubling the recipe. For greasing see recipe#78579 --- visit www.kittencalskitchen.com for more low fat recipes!

    Recipe #227257

    Originally from "1001 Cookie Recipes"

    Recipe #117

    4 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This is one easy, creamy, soft, light dessert that you'll need a spoon for.

    Recipe #61413

    1 Reviews |  By LAURIE

    I already have a really good oatmeal/blueberry cookie posted but here is yet another that DBF requests often! He likes them big so I only get around 3 dozen or less, make them smaller if you want more.

    Recipe #178935

    I got this recipe from a coworker who knows I enjoy both blueberries and custard. I haven't made this myself yet, but I soon will!

    Recipe #57417

    Posted for Zaar World Tour. This pie is a bit tangy...especially if your blueberries are not too sweet! You may want to consider adding a little more sugar to the filling if you like a sweeter pie.

    Recipe #134765

    1 Reviews |  By DJM

    A spiced glazed blueberry pie. From my Aunt Margaret.

    Recipe #97289

    A great twist on blueberry pie

    Recipe #29662

    The kids will lick their plates clean. If no one is looking, the adults will, too.

    Recipe #39557

    This is a perfect summer pie. I've often used the fat-free versions of cream cheese, sour cream and Cool Whip, and it's still wonderful.

    Recipe #75434

    It is a different flavour introducing goat cheese to the cheese tart, it is light and very tasty. Given to me by a friend after she served it at a meeting in her home.

    Recipe #53221

    I love this unusual gingerbread recipe and have always gotten great reviews. I got the recipes years ago from a cookbook that Benson & Hedges put out. (I haven't smoked since 1986 so you can tell that I have had this for a long time.)

    Recipe #16885

    1 Reviews |  By Lennie

    This is an excellent condiment to serve with pork or lamb.

    Recipe #21079

    A refreshing change from ordinary iced tea. I bet it would be good added to some other drinks also...blueberry lemonade maybe???

    Recipe #177172

    A produce department recipe. Tastes high-calorie, but is actually fairly low-cal. Sauce is best served the same day as it is made.

    Recipe #135072

    10 Reviews |  By dojemi

    This recipe comes from The Doanleigh Inn in Kansas City, Missouri. I got it from a web site. I made some adjustments when I prepared it. I only used one cup of sour cream and 1 tablespoon of vanilla. I put on enough brown sugar to completely cover the blueberries, probably 1 to 1 1/4 cups. It really was quite delicious. The blueberries stay plump and juicy. One left over was quite good the next day, eaten cold. I suggest you play around with the proportions too. Very impressive dessert.

    Recipe #70909

    This was written in the margin of my great grandmothers favorite cookbook, which I am lucky to have. It's very good, and will work with other summer fruits as well.

    Recipe #58110

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