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Delish recipes to help you celebrate National Blueberry Month

July is National Blueberry Month and we are obssessed. The cute little fruits are so sweet and delicious—honestly, we could eat them all day, every day. If you want to too, we figured out how to incorporate blueberries into *every* meal.

How to incorporate blueberries into your breakfast.
This blueberry muffin smoothie combines two of the best breakfast treats: muffins and smoothies. It's so delicious (and healthy!)—not to mention, it's a perfect addition to your Insta feed. Add a fun straw to start your morning off right.

How to incorporate blueberries into your lunch
It's no secret that tossing your salad with fresh fruits actually makes it taste, well, good. But if you're over leafy green salads, give this salad a whirl. It's complete with mint, feta, watermelon, and blueberies. It's the perfect mid summer salad that'll keep your energy up during the day.  

How to incorporate blueberries into your dinner
Chicken is a summertime staple. Whether you choose to grill or fry it, it's a safe bet that the meat will be delicious. But if you're bored of the same three sauces, try glazing it with blueberries for a more flavorful meal. This is actually tasty and will impress your entire fam (and your friends!). 

How to incorporate blueberries into your snacks.
Yogurt covered blueberries are one of our all time favorite snacks. They're totally healthy, but taste like a total treat! These ones on a skewer are adorable and mess-free—plus, freezing them will help you cool off in the midst of an extra hot day. 

How to incorporate blueberries into your dessert
In case you haven't heard, coconut is one of the biggest summer food trends, and we're definitely on board. These blueberry coconut popsicles taste *so* good and are the perfect end to any blueberry-filled day. Plus they only take five minutes of prep and work with almost any tricky diet restrictions. 

What's your fave way to devour blueberries? Tell us in the comments below!

Photo credit: Pinterest.


by Aly Prouty | 7/30/2017
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