6 Ways To Use Fresh Berries

I think one of my favorite parts of summer–okay, pretty much every part of summer is my favorite–but one of the best things is FRESH fruits and veggies. I long for them all winter and when summer finally comes, I can’t get enough. So today I’ve rounded up 6 recipes that create the perfect opportunity to use all of those fresh berries while they’re still around. AND, most of them are red or blue (or both) so they’d be perfect for all of your Fourth of July Festivities!

6 Ways to Use Fresh Berries | MyFabulessLife.com

Strawberry Buttercream via Love Bakes Good Cake

Muesli Blueberry Muffins via A Simple Pantry

Rustic Strawberry Blueberry Pie via The Casual Craftlete

Strawberry Vodka via Crazy For Cookies and More

Strawberry Lemonade Popsicles via Sweet & Savory by Shinee

Blueberry Moscow Mules via Lipstick & Crayons

Yum, right?!!! And now let’s get on with the party!!

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