June Blog Challenge: Berries

Summer brings with it many things, and some of the more enticing items on that list are fresh berries. For the June Austin Food Blogger Alliance blogging challenge, members were invited to create recipes using any type of in-season berry. Members clearly did not have any problems serving up a variety of juicy berry recipes.

Click on the images below to sample what our talented members came up with:

Preserves

Classic Raspberry Jam by Tart Queen’s Kitchen 

Breakfast

A Very Red Berry and Greek Yogurt “Parfait” by Cooking by Design 
Happy Hemp Blueberry Pancakes by Local Savour 
Uptown Strawberry Pop Tarts by Maggie Louise 
Blueberry Muffins by Gourmet Veggie Mama 

Drinks

VITU Traveling Punch + more summer cocktails by Oh Spooning! 
It’s the Berries Very Berry (n)Ice by And Then Make Soup 
Blueberry Smoothies by Analee 
Blueberry-Avocado Green Smoothie by Full and Content 

Main Dishes

It’s the Berries Chicken Burger by And Then Make Soup 

Desserts

Strawberry Streusel Shortcake with Amaretto-Cinnamon Strawberries andAmaretto Whipped Cream by The Voluptuous Table

 

Berry Patriotic Stars by Red, White, and Blueberries 
Red, White, and Blueberry Trifle by Beyond Picket Fences 
Strawberry Cheesecake Squares by Local Savour 
Berry Long Cake with Crumb Topping by Butterlust 
Warm Strawberry Skillet Cake with Vanilla Glaze by Local Savour 
Blueberry Trifle by Midnite Chef 
Strawberry Basil Frozen Yogurt by The Fresh Find 
Pineapple and Raspberry Popsicles by Prep Dish 
For the Birds Pie by Coseppi Kitchen 

In case you missed last month’s blogging challenge—to make a recipe form the Austin Food Blogger Alliance Cookbook—you can check that out here.

Next month’s challenge will be melons. Submit your posts by July 31 by contacting membership@austinfoodbloggers.org.

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Heather Santos is the Membership Chair for the Austin Food Blogger Alliance and can be reached at membership@austinfoodbloggers.org

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