Make your morning extra cheerful and bright with these blueberry breakfast recipes.
From scones to pancakes to muffins, these blueberry treats will surely delight.
Besides the sunny weather, another thing to look forward to in the summer is sweet blueberries.
These berries don’t only taste amazing but also give dishes a lovely pop of color.
They’re super easy to work with, too. Just toss them in almost any type of batter, and voila.
They’re bursting with good nutrition, to boot! What better way is there to start the day than something healthy and delicious?
Breakfast is always better with blueberries, and these 24 recipes are proof. Let’s get started.
Scones are dense and crumbly pastries with moist and flaky centers.
Filled with sweet blueberries and topped with vanilla glaze, they’re an excellent breakfast to start your day.
They’re awesome on their own, but even more delectable with a pat of butter and more blueberries. Pair them with coffee for a satisfying morning meal.
Cake for breakfast? Why not? This buttermilk breakfast cake is moist, crumbly, and bursting with blueberries.
If you have a sweet tooth, this cake is a must-try for breakfast. Don’t worry, you don’t have to wake up early to make it.
Just prep the batter the night before and pop it in the oven the next morning. It’ll be ready by the time you finish taking a shower.
Nothing beats waking up in the morning to the smell of these blueberry pancakes. Their sweet aroma alone will make your mouth water.
These pancakes are extra light and fluffy. The secret? An extra pinch of baking soda. You’re welcome.
Studded with sweet blueberries, these pancakes have the perfect combination of textures and flavors.
This coffee cake is dense yet tender, crumbly yet moist. It’s bursting with blueberries and coated with a crunchy cinnamon streusel.
Fun fact: coffee cakes don’t contain coffee. I know, I was fooled by the name, too. They’re called such because they’re fantastic with a hot cup of Joe.
Why settle for regular bread when you can have one with blueberries? This loaf is outrageously soft, moist, and surprisingly easy to make.
As it’s a quick bread, there’s no need to worry about kneading, rolling, and resting the yeasted dough in this recipe.
Instead, you’ll get exceptional lemon blueberry bread in a matter of minutes.
Making French toast for a crowd? Skip the skillet and use the oven instead.
This recipe allows you to make a huge batch of the perfect French toast, all at once. It couldn’t be easier!
There’s no babysitting involved, as the oven takes care of everything.
Ever heard of a buckle? Nope, I’m not referring to that metal clasp that holds two ends of a belt together.
I’m talking about a blueberry buckle – a lemon cake loaded with blueberries and a streusel topping.
A buckle is a cake filled and topped with fruit and a streusel topping. As it bakes in the oven, the cake rises around the fruit, causing it to “buckle.”
It’s similar to a coffee cake in texture, but better because it has a buttery crumble on top.
Feeling cranky in the morning? Put yourself in a good mood with these muffins. The aroma alone will make you smile.
Calling them “to die for” muffins is not an exaggeration. These muffins really are that exquisite.
They’re sweet, light, and fluffy. The blueberries give them a pop of color and a fruity flavor.
These bars are crumbly, buttery, and heavenly. They’re so good they give me goosebumps!
Considering how sensational they are, it’s surprising how easy they are to make.
All it takes is one bowl and 10 minutes of prep. The oven takes care of the rest.
If you’re more of a waffle than a pancake person, this recipe is a must-try.
Their crisp and golden brown on the outside, light and fluffy on the inside, and bursting with blueberries in every bite.
Even without the butter and maple syrup, they’ll be a hit.
These baked blueberry donuts will give even the best bakeries a run for their money.
What’s not to love? They’re soft and fluffy. The blueberries give them such a charming appeal. And the glossy glaze is over-the-top delightful.
Oh, and they’re super easy to make, to boot. Since it’s a quick bread recipe, there’s no need to knead or roll dough.
They’re baked instead of deep-fried, so you don’t have to stand in front of a hot stove while they’re cooking. The oven does all the work.
Do you prefer drinking over eating your breakfast? Smoothie it is!
This smoothie combines blueberries and bananas to make a super nutritious, refreshing, and delicious drink.
It’s as thick, creamy, and delectable as a milkshake, but it’s a hundred times healthier! It’s a great way to satisfy your craving without the calories.
These chewy squares are made from oats, blueberries, bananas, and more.
They’re super indulgent but secretly healthy. It’s a puzzle how something so rich and decadent doesn’t contain butter, milk, and oil!
These butter rolls look dense from the outside, but they’re very soft, airy, and crumbly.
They make for an excellent vessel for holding in that ridiculously rich and silky blueberry butter. Together, they form the ultimate treat.
These bite-sized pancakes may be small, but don’t be fooled by their size.
They’re definitely big on flavor. They’re light and fluffy and loaded with sweet blueberries.
They’re so addictive, it’s hard to stop at one.
Start your weekend with these decadent crescent roll cheesecake bars!
Layers of pastry are filled with a blueberry cream cheese filling and baked to perfection.
The cream cheese frosting is sweet, but it is balanced out by the tartness of the berries.
Together with the flaky and buttery pastry, they create a lovely harmony of textures and flavors.
These rolls call for yeasted dough, so yes, there will be some kneading and rolling.
Don’t let it intimidate you, though. This recipe is still fairly easy, and the effort is worth it.
These rolls are addictive, to say the least.
From the soft and pillowy bread to the refreshing blueberries to the sweet lemon glaze on top, this breakfast gets at 12/10.
I’m such a sucker for Danish. This pastry is wonderfully soft, flaky, and buttery.
The fruit and cream cheese filling in the middle is absolutely phenomenal.
While this recipe calls for blueberries, feel free to experiment with other fruit and berry jams as well.
Acai bowls are a super colorful and nutritious breakfast with a smoothie base and a variety of fruits, nuts, and berries on top.
They’re super trendy at the moment, which means they can cost up to $10 a bowl.
I’m not saying it’s not worth it, but making your own will give you even better results at a fraction of the cost.
Start your day right with this light yet filling parfait. Just the thought of having it for breakfast gives me joy.
With layers of yogurt, blueberry compote, and granola, this parfait is as tasty and refreshing as can be. It’s a breeze to make, to boot.
It’s as soft, moist, sweet, and delicious as blueberry muffins. The only difference, actually, is that it’s in bread form.
There’s no need for muffin liners or pouring the batter into each individual muffin cup. Just pour directly into a loaf pan and there you go. It’s effortless!
Blueberries and bananas combine to make the most mouthwatering bread.
From the aroma to the flavor to the texture, this bread mash-up gets 10s across the board.
It’s wonderfully moist and fluffy. It’s wonderfully sweet and bursting with flavor. The combination of blueberries and bananas is a match made in heaven!
Blueberry donuts are such a fun treat, I decided to feature another recipe. These donuts are truly exceptional.
They’re soft, fluffy, and loaded with blueberries. The lemon glaze on top adds sweetness and zestiness, which really balances out the flavors well.
Ever had blueberry cornbread muffins before? If not, you’re in for a treat.
These muffins have the perfect dense and crumbly texture. The combination of blueberries and corn is outstanding.
Best of all, they’re ready in just 30 minutes!
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