1. Add fresh thawed berries to your cereal or plain yoghurt
  2. In a container, add a touch of sugar or icing sugar or honey to frozen boysenberries. By lunch they are thawed, fresh & delicious
  3. Whip up a berry smoothie for breakfast, lunch or dessert
  4. Make a fruit salad with any berry and a combo of melon and kiwifruit cubes
  5. Top a green salad with feta cheese and ½ cup of blueberries or raspberries, drizzle with vinaigrette or lemon juice
  6. Top biscuits with blackberries, canned peaches or apricots and cream cheese for a quick snack or lunch
  7. Make a fruit cup by hollowing out a melon, add avocado slices, blueberries, blackberries or raspberries, sprinkle with some vinaigrette. Make a savoury dinner cup by adding canned tuna.
  8. Lightly mash together ½ cup of raspberries and ¼ cup of low-fat ricotta cheese, then drizzle with chocolate syrup, or liqueur for a decadent dessert.
  9. Puree Raspberries, strawberries or blackberries and use as a melba sauce with French lamb cutlets or white meats. Ellagic acid is in the seeds, so try not to sift them out.
  10. Add redcurrants to your favourite fruit juice and freeze into ice block sticks.

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