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Sujon Smoothie bowl


2 tablespoons Sujon Blackcurrant powder

¾ cup Orange or apple juice

Fruit toppings –  Sujon’s blueberries and a kiwifruit!

Coconut flakes (add as a topping for an extra crunch!)

Chia seeds – for added topping


Blend the Sujon Blackcurrant powder and juice in a blender until smooth




Chris Fortune making delicious Sujon Blueberry Crepes 🙂

250 g Plain Flour

1  1/2 cups of milk

2 eggs

1 Cup of Sujon Blueberries Defrosted or frozen for a icy treat

3 T Crème Fraiche or Cottage Cheese

Mix with milk and eggs and make a well in the flour, mix in liquids and draw in flour to make a smooth paste,  leave to rest for 20mins.  If it is too thick thin with a little milk.  Ladle into crepe pans and cook until golden.  Leave to cool.  Mix the Blueberries and Fraiche together and spoon a small amount into the middle of the crepes and roll tightly, cut into bite size pieces or serve whole with natural yoghurt.

Wala! the finished product… Nom Nom!


  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.

Shirley Francis was kind enough to send us in her delicious Blueberry Bran Muffin recipe. Her tip is to freeze batches of them so you can put them in your lunch box. The mix of both bran and blueberries are very good for your health.

40gms Butter
2 tablespoons  golden syrup (Cream together)
1/4 Cup Brown Sugar
2 Eggs
( Beat again)
Then add the following:

1 Cup Bran Flakes
2 Cups plain flour
2 Heaped teaspoons Baking Powder ( sifted with flour)
1 Cup Milk
1 Teaspoon Baking Soda (dissolved in milk)
1 Cup Frozen Sujon Blueberries

Add the bran flakes then half the flour, then the fruit, then the rest of the flour,  lastly add milk and soda mix sometimes a little more milk is required.  I like a moist mixture.  Use an ice cream scoop to put mixture into greased patty tins this is so much  easier than with spoons I like the one that pushes the mixture out.

I cook the muffins for approx 20 minutes at 200 degree C or 425 F.