Try a pinch of our new and improved Berry Delight medley in your mouth just as soon as you open the bag and you will soon be hooked! The flavors of our three finest berries are blended to perfection for use in any baking or cooking recipe that calls for berries. Your nest pie will simply come alive with our Berry Delight! Try our Berry Delight powder also which included the same berry blend but in a smooth powder form; all natural and always unrefined!
Our Berry Delight is by far a favorite around holiday season! Many of our customers simply love our organic certified bilberries, elderberries, and all natural blueberries especially for baking and so many other great recipes but do not want to pay through the nose buying each one of these exotic berries separately. Berry Delight is the answer! Each bag contains a modest mix of gently dried organic bilberries, elderberries, and blueberries ready for your culinary creations.
When bought separate these berries would collectively cost almost $100 for a pound of each (organic kind). Make your favorite pie with our "Berry Delight" and you will be the hit of the party. Great for any holiday or special occasion or for any health nut who wants to reap the many benefits of these great berries.
Dried Bilberries - are smaller than blueberries, and their intense pigments are evenly distributed throughout the skin and flesh. This is in sharp contrast to blueberries in which the pigments are located principally in the berry's skin.
Dried Elderberries - are popular for their purple black fruit color which is used in pies, wines, jellies, jams, juices and soup. They can also be used as a natural color in food products. Elderberry blossoms are also used in wine making or can be deep fried.
Dried Blueberries - are one of the best fruits to incorporate into your diet. They are low in calories and full of antioxidants and vitamin C. The nutrients in blueberries are beneficial to your heart, digestive system and eyes. Cooking with dried blueberries is not difficult; you can add them easily to granola mixes, combine them with other ingredients in baked recipes, or rehydrate them if you are making a recipe that calls for fresh fruit.
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