Frozen Blueberries, organic.
Blueberries are so nutritious, how great to have them available all year round. More details on this little package of goodness:
Blueberries are cram packed with Vitamin C, they are one of the best sources of antioxidants (antioxidants work to neutralize free radicals — unstable molecules linked to the development of various diseases and the effects of ageing). Blueberries are abundant with dietary fibre and manganese. Plus they are only around 80 calories in a whole cup - brilliant.
To defrost the blueberries just pour as many as you need into a shallow container. Pour over just enough boiling or hot water to cover the blueberries. They take about 5 minutes to defrost and of course, are already washed because of the water. Then drain them and use in your favourite recipes.
Just organic blueberries and nothing else.
Customer reviews - Natural Cool Organic Blueberries 300g
RecipesBlueberry Breakfast Pancakes -
Thu 12th Jul 2012
Make pancakes with 200 g self raising flour, 1 tsp baking powder, 300 ml milk, 1 egg and 75 g defrosted blueberries. Serve topped with extra blueberries and a dollop of natural yoghurt.Reviewer's Name:
SophieBlueberry Dessert -
Mon 1st Oct 2012
Just blend blueberries with soft tofu, banana and ground flaxseed to make a parfait-style dessert.Reviewer's Name:
DawnBlueberry & Creme Fraiche Smoothie -
Mon 11th Feb 2013
Just blend frozen blueberries with creme fraiche, adding in fresh milk to give your preferred consistency.
Diane Frozen yoghurt -
Sat 18th May 2013
Great for frozen yoghurt desserts. Add some soya yoghurt or even double cream to this and pop back in the freezer. Frozen yoghurt with whole blueberries. Reviewer's Name:
Miss F Brewster
Thu 25th Mar 2010
Hi, I thought it would be a good idea to get some blueberries ... they are so highly recommended! I planned a pear crumble (it had to be large as we are 6 and we invited 3 more to tea). The pears didn't quite fill the dish and so I thought of the blueberries in my freezer bought from Goodness Direct, very handy.
I am not sure if adding sugar still makes blueberries good for you, topped with cream and or custard, but it was met with great approval and the whole lot finished!
I definitely recommend blueberries and pear crumble ... I have placed an order for more blueberries!Reviewer's Name:
Zita Dew -
Thu 14th Jul 2011
Freezing is the least harmful way to preserve foods, so it is great to find all these lovely berries in the freezer, they are tasty and very handy.Reviewer's Name:
Wed 4th Jan 2012
It's great having a bag of these frozen blueberries in the freezer for when we run out of home-grown ones from the garden. We use them in muffins and they work fine. They are also frozen in such a way that they do not stick together, which is very handy. They're not the largest or sweetest blueberries in the world, but perfectly good for baking.Reviewer's Name:
Mrs S White Blueberries -
Wed 4th Jul 2012
Good but small, still very tasty and good value!Reviewer's Name:
Ms H J Beaumont -
Tue 10th Jul 2012
Miss clare p herling -
Mon 28th Jan 2013
These contribute to the breakfast muffins that my sister so likes to make the I so like to eat.Reviewer's Name:
Natalie Ayres vitality of our body -
Tue 8th Oct 2013
I like this procedure, through a careful shock-freezing process all the important ingredients are preserved, above all the vitamins and secondary plant nutritional agents. The consumption of‚ Natural Cool‚¯ fruit is a healthy pleasure.Reviewer's Name:
Miss Angela MacCallum -
Thu 7th Nov 2013
Rich in anthocyanins which can help protect our bodies from cardiovascular disease, cancer and Alzheimers. Throw some in your morning porridge and heat through for a sweet and healthy winter warmer.Reviewer's Name: