Benefits & Recipes - Blueberries at Pukeawa

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Pukeawa
Pauatahanui, PORIRUA
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Benefits & Recipes

BLUEBERRY PIKELETS

1 cup flour
1 tablespoon castor sugar
¾ to 1 cup blueberries
1 large egg
1/8th teaspoon cinnamon
1/8th teaspoon nutmeg
¾ cup milk
1 tablespoon butter, melted
1 ½ teaspoons baking powder

Sift dry ingredients into a large bowl. Add blueberries. In a smaller bowl beat the egg. Add to dry ingredients and melted butter. Stir to mix but do not beat. Preheat frypan to a moderate heat and grease. Drop generous rounds of batter onto hot surface. Cook about 2 minutes then turn with a fish slice and cook the second side for 2 minutes. Remove to a clean tea towel or cake cooling rack. Serve warm, spread with butter and golden syrup, or as a dessert with maple syrup and whipped cream.

You could also cool the pikelets and top with yoghurt (very thick and creamy) or quark and sprinkle with cinnamon sugar (made with 2 teaspoons of castor sugar to one teaspoon of cinnamon).

OUR GIFT TO PICKERS

7 PAGE RECIPE LEAFLET

This leaflet is available to pickers
free of charge.

Pick one up while you are at Pukeawa collecting
your Blueberries  

Our leaflet contains 23 fabulous recipes covering everything from cakes, scones and desserts to chutney and sauce.

The number of recipes in our leaflet increases quite frequently as our lovely customers e-mail us recipes for their fabulous culinary creations.  Please feel free to contribute your favourites.






Pukeawa Blueberries are hugely beneficial

Blueberries are a great source of antioxidants, vitamin C, vitamin K, copper and manganese.

 

Blueberries are extremely versatile.


They are great in

  • cakes and muffins
  • all types of salads
  • smoothies
  • pies


They and are a natural accompaniment for duck and other poultry dishes.  

Or just eat them raw either on their own or on the morning cereal.

Or for a really quick and easy breakfast try  sliced banana and blueberries on toast.
In season - we are open most fine days  - weather dependent.
Season is usually Early  January to Mid- February
Contact us:-  04 - 237 4783
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