“We analyzed the antioxidant activity of 100 foods and found blueberries to be one of the richest sources of all. Antioxidants are important because they reduce oxidative stress that can cause damage to cells, leading to cancer, cardiovascular disease and other diseases of aging. While the antioxidant activity of a food may not tell us directly how effective it is in fighting disease, it does provide us with strong clues and a basis for further research.”
Blueberries are one of the foods that can be enjoyed in sauces, in drinks, in pancakes, as syrup, in cookies, on salads and fresh. I believe the list is probably longer than this, but this gives you a good idea of how user friendly this little blue gem is.
Some of the ladies that have posted their images and recipe modifications are below:
http://cookiesxo.blogspot.com/2012/05/gf-blueberry-crumb-muffins.html by Hugs & Cookies xoxo
Sundays with Joy- Brown Butter Blueberry Muffins by Kitchen Adventures with Lucy
Bakeaholic Mama: Brown Butter Blueberry Muffins Week 2 Sundays With Joy by bakeaholicmomma
the traveling cupcake: Sunday's with Joy - Browned Butter Blueberry Muffins by Have cupcake will travel
Sundays With Joy: Brown Butter Blueberry Muffins | The Sweet & Salty Life by The Sweet Salty Life
The Italian version: Remena Nena: MUFFINS DE NABIUS I "BROWN BUTTER" & NEWS
http://itsyummi.com/brown-butter-blueberry-muffins/ by It's Yummilicious (Becca)
My final thought would be, eat your blueberries. They are very good for you!