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A Collection of Blueberry Bakes

a piece of blueberry brown sugar coffee cake is sprinkled with powdered sugar and plated next to a silver fork.

If you didn’t know, blueberries are my favorite fruit to eat and to bake with and it's been mentioned a lot around here! Berry season is in full swing and what better way to celebrate than to share a few of my favorite blueberry recipes! Below you’ll find a little something for everyone to bake and I promise you won’t be disappointed!

Let’s get started!

blueberry blondie bars are cooling on brown parchment paper next to fresh blueberries rolled in sugar

1. These Blueberry Brown Sugar and Oat White Chocolate Chunk Cookies

Blueberry brown sugar and oat white chocolate chunk cookies are displayed on a wooden board lined with brown parchment paper, next to pieces of white chocolate, fresh blueberries and a bowl of brown sugar and oats.

While this short list is not in any particular order, I must put these down as number one because if you try any of the recipes here, these cookies should be it! They are so good and here’s why:

These cookies are full of brown sugar, coconut, butter, oats, chunks of white chocolate, a hint of nutmeg and fresh blueberries. What could be better!? These ingredients are so perfectly blended that the flavor is almost indescribable. The texture is soft and chewy, yet the oats do not overwhelm the cookie. This is one cookie that you will want to bake over and over!

2. This Brown Sugar Blueberries and Cream Coffee Cake

Slices of brown sugar blueberries and cream coffee cake are plated next to a wooden bowl of fresh blueberries in front of remaining coffee cake which is sprinkled with powdered sugar.

Is brown sugar and blueberries a trend here? Maybe but I’m thinking that they’re more a match made in heaven. This coffee cake is one for the books! I spent a lot of time developing this recipe to create a coffee cake that had the right amount of softness and fluff and where the blueberries did not sink to the bottom and the topping formed a sweet, crumbly coat of goodness on top. This was worth the time and effort and many trials of baking! Top it with some extra powdered sugar, a little crème fraiche, or with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. Additional blueberries are strongly recommended. Give this recipe a try, especially if you’re looking for a welcoming and crowd-pleasing dessert to host with.

Blueberry zucchini muffins with pecans and a cream cheese glaze drizzled on top are stored in a glass baking dish next to whole pecans on brown parchment paper.

3. A batch of these Blueberry Zucchini Pecan Muffins

These muffins are amazing, especially in these warmer months where blueberries and zucchini are abundant! Muffins are one of my favorite things to bake for their flexibility; you can replace your fats (butter, oil) with yogurt or applesauce and still have a delicious, flavorful, and moist snack or breakfast. Add the pecans or leave them out and these are still a fantastic muffin.

4. These Blueberry Blondies

These bars are perfectly thick and chewy and are a breeze to make! You can easily whip these up in one bowl, sifting the flower, adding blueberries; stir and bake. The flavor and texture of a blondie with a juicy pop of blueberry!

Blueberry Blondie Bars cooling on brown parchment paper in a row with fresh blueberries rolled in sugar.

I hope you enjoy these recipes and try baking one if not all of them! If you have baked one of my recipes, I would be thrilled to see your bakes! Make sure to leave a review or tag me on social media using #thecrassycookie. Happy Baking!


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