Six Yummy Blackberry Recipes

blackberry recipesBlackberries are in season!!  They’re inexpensive, delicious and good for you.  Who could ask for more from a tiny fruit?  I asked some of my blogger friends to help me out, and compiled this scrumptious list of blackberry recipes.  Enjoy!!

First up is my own recipe for Easy Berry Phyllo Tarts.

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Need I say more?

Another tasty dessert recipe comes from Jen at Thrifty Northwest Mom.  Jen shares her recipe for Simple Blackberry Crumb Cobbler.

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Easy and delicious – plus check out the adorable pic of Jen’s family’s berry picking adventure!!

Tina, from The Worktop, shared her recipe for a Blackberry Ginger Mocktail.

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Cool and refreshing. Tina also drinks this mocktail to help combat her morning sickness!!

For those of us who don’t mind a little alcohol once in awhile, Tiffany from Living Sweet Moments shares her recipe for a Tropical Moscato Sangria.

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These would be perfect for my friend Debbie’s next wine party!!

Raquel from Organized Island shared this quick and easy recipe for a Berry Cherry Smoothie.

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I think this is my new favorite workday breakfast. Now if I could just find my blender…

Last, but certainly not least, is this easy but fancy recipe for Mixed Berry Gazpacho from Tiffany at Living Sweet Moments.

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This gazpacho would be perfect for brunch or as a light dessert.

What’s your favorite blackberry recipe?  Please share a link or email me if you would like to share your favorite recipe on the blog.

Sweet Corn, Spinach and Mushroom Pancakes

sweet corn spinach and mushroom pancakesI had some leftover sweet corn sitting in the refrigerator.  What to do? What to do??  I could make my sweet corn fritters, but I didn’t really want to eat anything that heavy.  Something a little lighter and more breakfasty (is that a word?) was in order.

I looked through my stash of veggies and came up with a yummy plan.  These sweet corn, spinach and mushroom pancakes are delicious!!  They didn’t even need a topping!! Pair them with some turkey bacon and you’re good to go. Plus, they will keep in the refrigerator for a few days, so you can make a big batch and reheat them as needed in the mornings for a quick workday breakfast.

Sweet Corn, Spinach and Mushroom Pancakes


1 cup flour

1 tsp. baking powder

dash of salt

1/4 tsp. onion powder

1 egg, beaten

1 cup milk

1 tsp. butter

1/2 bag of frozen sweet corn, thawed

1 cup spinach, rinsed and patted dry

3 or 4 medium crimini mushrooms, stems removed


Saute’ mushrooms and spinach in a medium sized saucepan.  Remove from heat.

Combine flour, baking powder, salt and onion powder.  Add egg and mix until smooth.  Add milk and butter and continue mixing until it reaches a medium-thick consistency.  Fold in corn, spinach and mushrooms.

Spray pan with some cooking spray and return to heat.  Drop batter by quarter-cups onto hot pan.  Cook until bubbles form around the edge of the crust, then flip (about 2 minutes per side).  Serve immediately, or refrigerate for use within 3 days.

sweet corn spinach and mushroom pancakesEnjoy!!