You’re in for a treat with these deliciously different mulberry recipes.
From cakes to candies and bars to brownies, there are a million ways to celebrate this bright berry.
Loaded with vitamin C, iron, fiber, and potassium, mulberries are one of nature’s most nutritious candies.
Mulberries come in three different colors – black, white, or red – and can be enjoyed either fresh or dried.
If you’re lucky enough to have a mulberry tree in your backyard, now’s the time to harvest all that goodness.
If not, head to your local farmer’s market and ask around, there might just be a mulberry farmer in your area.
Still coming up short? Don’t despair. Most bulk food stores carry dried mulberries at reasonable prices.
Get a big bag because you’ll be making these recipes again, and again (and again).
You don’t need any special ingredients for this simple but scrumptious jam.
It’s just mulberries, sugar, and lemon juice. You’ll simmer them together in one pot until they thicken.
This ridiculously easy jam is a great starter recipe for beginners. Whether this is your first jam or your 51st, you’ll fall in love with the bright, juicy taste.
A rustic pie with a lattice top, this beautiful pie adds class to any dinner table.
This is a dessert to remember with its buttery, flaky pastry and gooey fruit filling.
There’s some prep involved, but it’s a surprisingly simple recipe. Just follow the steps and prepare to become a pie pro!
These moist muffins are the perfect breakfast bite.
They’re flavored with cinnamon, vanilla, and juicy mulberries, nestled in a soft crumb.
Mulberry muffins are easy to make, store well, and are very portable. They’re a great grab n’ go snack for busy mornings.
This is an energy-packed breakfast bowl perfect for when you need lots of energy to get through the day.
It’s full of fiber, with fresh berries and crunchy toasted oats.
Hazelnuts and hemp seeds provide even more nutrition while a touch of molasses gives it plenty of rich, sweet flavor.
Crumbly, soft, and buttery, these bars are melt-in-your-mouth mulberry goodness.
The base layer is a soft pastry crust, the top is a crunchy crumb. Sandwiched in between is a juicy, gooey mulberry jam.
This elegant vanilla cake is perfect for celebrations and other festive occasions.
The vanilla batter is swirled with a rich mulberry syrup, giving you a taste of juicy berries in every bite.
Cover with a cream cheese frosting and decorate with even more berries.
There’s no such thing as too many mulberries for this decadent dessert!
Refreshing and sweet, this fruity mojito is a fun twist on the classic cocktail.
It’s made with juicy mulberries, fresh mint, fizzy soda, sweetener, and rum.
Crunchy, crumbly, and oh-so-fruity, these slices are a magical blend of plump juicy berries and tropical coconut.
The bottom layer is a buttery crumb, spread with a bright mulberry paste. Top with shredded coconut and bake until golden brown.
You won’t need an ice cream maker to enjoy this heavenly, dairy-free ice cream.
Simply pour the ingredients into a container, store the mixture in the freezer, and stir every 30 minutes until completely frozen.
If you do have an ice cream maker, it’s even easier.
You’ll simply whip together mulberries, coconut milk, maple syrup, and tapioca starch before pouring it into the machine.
This is a thirst-quenching juice with plenty of tart, sweet taste.
Perfect for summer, this refreshing blend is made from mulberries, lemon juice, and club soda. Add fresh mint to garnish and serve over ice.
The only thing better than brownies is brownies with berries.
Adding fruit cuts the heaviness of the rich chocolate batter, giving a hint of fresh juiciness amid the moist crumb.
There’s just one problem. These are dangerously addictive, so you won’t be able to eat just one.
If you’re dairy-free, conventional ice cream is off the menu. But you can still enjoy frozen treats with this healthy sorbet recipe.
It’s made with fresh berries, sugar, and a couple of tablespoons of liquor. It’s icy and irresistible!
Fizzy and fun, this is a fruity reinvention of the classic sloe gin cocktail.
It’s made with mulberries, lemon, sugar, gin, and club soda. Pour it over ice and enjoy a pitcher on lazy summer days.
These mini-pancakes are drizzled with a sweet mulberry-rhubarb compote for extra juicy goodness.
They’re the perfect mix of soft buttery cake and berry jam. Go on, have dessert for breakfast. You deserve it!
This tea time cake is just the thing if you need a hassle-free treat.
It’s an easy one-bowl recipe that comes together in minutes for a beautifully moist snack.
Spread with your favorite frosting or eat it plain. Anything goes with this nutty coffee cake.
Kuchen is a German cake, served as an afternoon snack or evening treat.
This version features a jam-like mulberry spread and a nutty crumbly top layer.
It’s a little like a streusel, a little like a coffee cake, and all kinds of good.
Puff pastry danishes are one of those desserts that seem intimidating but are actually super easy.
Try this recipe and you’ll never look back. It’ll be danishes for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
This rustic galette is berry heaven.
The juicy fruit center is encased in a buttery crispy crust.
Dust with powdered sugar and chopped nuts before serving for an easy but elegant dessert.
There are just 5 ingredients in these no-bake balls.
They’re a quick snack with plenty of nutrition, making them perfect for little eaters.
Sneak them into lunch boxes for plenty of parent points. After these sweet bites, they might even have the energy to finish their chores!
It’s hard to believe but these homemade butterfingers aren’t just easy to make and delicious.
They’re also vegan and healthy, made with whole foods like fresh berries and nuts.
The chewy nutty base layer is coated with a thick chocolate slab, giving you all the fun of the candy, without the sugar and other dietary nasties.
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