Chilled Blueberry Soup

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Serving size: 1 cup

Servings per recipe: 4

This refreshing and beautiful quick, summer soup features a blend of blueberries, apple juice, and low-fat yogurt, and is garnished with fresh mint leaves.

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2 cups fresh blueberries

1 cup 100% apple juice
1 1/2 cups plain low-fat yogurt
1 teaspoon cinnamon
Fresh mint leaves for garnish


food processor or blender, measuring cups and spoons


1. Rinse blueberries and set aside a few for garnishing.

2. Blend all ingredients in food processor or blender.

3. Serve immediately.

4. Garnish with mint leaves and blueberries, if desired.

More About Blueberries

How to Select

Select plump, full blueberries with a light gray-blue color. A berry with any hint of red isn't fully ripened. White and green colored blueberries will not ripen after they are picked; while blueberries that have already turned purple, red or blue-ish usually DO ripen after they are picked (if they are kept at room temperature to ripen).

How to Store

Once picked, don't place the berries, still warm from the sun, in a closed bag or container. Leave the container open so moisture doesn't form in the container. Don't wash berries until just before using, to prevent berries from becoming mushy. Chill berries soon after picking to increase shelf life. Store your fresh blueberries in the refrigerator as soon as you get them home, without washing them, in a covered bowl or storage container. If refrigerated, fresh-picked blueberries will keep 10 to 14 days. Freeze berries in freezer containers without washing to keep the skins from toughening. Place berries one layer deep. Freeze, then pour the frozen berries into freezer containers. Because unwashed blueberries freeze individually, they can be easily poured from containers in desired amounts. Remember both frozen and fresh berries should be rinsed and drained just before serving. Just before using, wash the berries in cold water.

How to Prepare

Wash and eat them raw, bake them in a bread or pie, or cook them down into a compote.