All natural — No added sweeteners and no preservatives
- Whole freeze dried blueberry.
- Excellent source of fiber.
- No infused sugar and no sulfites!
- GMO free. Gluten free.
- Certified Kosher by Blue Ribbon Kosher. See the North Bay Kosher List.
Common uses: Backpacking food, camping food, snacks, and quick-and-easy cooking at home. Like our other freeze dried fruits, our blueberries are often added to smoothies, cereals, desserts, and trail mixes.
Packaging: Bagged selections are in high quality resealable foil pouches with moisture absorbent pack to help ensure freshness after initial opening. Bulk box orders use sealed plastic bag inside sturdy cardboard box.
Allergen Information: Processed in a facility that also handles cereal grains, peanuts, tree nuts, and soybeans.
A popular gift item: Use our multiple-address and gifts-messaging features to send dried blueberries and other freeze dried fruits to friends and family.
Super-Thick and Fruity Whipped Cream
From Serious Eats, Stella Parks , 2016
With a handful of freeze-dried fruit, you can make a whipped cream that's as intensely fruity as it is colorful. Whether you choose blueberries, raspberries, or cherries, it's a quick and easy alternative to ice cream for topping your favorite summer pie. Because the dehydrated fruit helps bind the cream, it's also super stable, making it an ideal frosting for layer cakes and cupcakes. You can even refrigerate it for up to a week without having to re-whip!
Special equipment: Food processor
The exact volume of freeze-dried fruit can vary considerably by type and brand, so experimenting with fruits beyond those listed below is best done with a scale.
Makes 2 cups
1/2 ounce freeze-dried blueberries, raspberries, or other fruit (1/2 cup; 15g)
1 3/4 ounces sugar (1/4 cup; 50g)
16 ounces heavy whipping cream (2 cups; 455g)
In the bowl of a food processor, grind freeze-dried fruit and sugar until powdery and fine, about 1 minute. Add cream and stir with a fork to be sure no dry pockets of sugar/fruit are stuck in the corners, then pulse until thick and creamy like Greek yogurt, less than 2 minutes. The time will vary with the horsepower of your machine, so watch it like a hawk to avoid making fruity butter by mistake. Once mixture is thick and creamy, enjoy immediately or transfer to an airtight container and refrigerate up to 1 week. Total time: 5 minutes
5-Minute Microwave Berry Cobbler
From Domestic Fits, 2012
*The ratios used are for a large mason jar mug. Recipe will also make 2 servings in smaller mugs. Make sure to only fill the mug no more than 2/3 full or it will bubble over during cooking.
3/4 cup strawberries (can use frozen; lengthen cooking time somewhat), or reconstitute freeze dried fruit
1/4 cup powdered sugar
1/3 cup flour
1 tablespoon white sugar
1/2 teaspoon baking powder
1 tablespoon butter
2 tablespoons milk
Chop berries and add to a mug. Add powdered sugar, stir to combine.
In a separate bowl, add the flour, white sugar, baking powder and mix to combine.
Add the butter and rub in with your fingers until combined.
Add the milk and stir. Add the dough to the top of the berries (sprinkle with additional sugar, if desired).
Microwave on high for about 1 1/2 to 2 minutes. Allow to cool.
(Posted on 8/9/2016)
These blueberries rock! They are high quality and delicious. I am so glad I found North Bay Trading!
(Posted on 4/9/2014)
I received a bag of these blueberries for a gift, and these are the "bomb"!! I had to hide the couple of bags I got from my kids so they wouldn't eat all of them!! Most def going to buy some more when I run out!
(Posted on 4/29/2013)
I didn't think these could possibly be as good as the reviews, but they are fantastic! These freeze dried blueberries taste so fresh and are far better than any frozen blueberries I ever bought. I give them a rave review also! I am so glad I found your site, and I will be ordering more soon! Thanks for such great products!
(Posted on 11/30/2012)
They look exactly as shown in picture, and are very sweet with just a tiny amount of sourness. I think they would mix great with their freeze dried strawberries which are more sour, they would conpensate one another and create a perfect mix.
(Posted on 1/1/2012)
This is my first order of the blueberries - wow they are good! Will definitely keep these on hand.
(Posted on 9/29/2011)
The freeze dried blueberries are so delicious it's difficult to keep my hand out of the bag. They are fantastic dried - just crunching them or in water or milk and taste like fresh berries.
(Posted on 5/9/2011)
Outrageously good in cereal and milk! I like the freeze dried blueberries better than the fresh ones. Great because they don't spoil! You don't having to worry about using them up quickly .
(Posted on 4/3/2011)
I love these piled on top of fat-free vanilla yogurt. Freeze dried blueberries add flavor and crunch making a very satisfying dessert or snack.
(Posted on 2/16/2011)
I've eaten these delicious blueberries for breakfast in a variety of ways. They are great mixed in waffle batter or tossed in a granola cereal for an extra burst of fruit. I love having them around the house in the winter time when blueberries aren't in season.
(Posted on 11/27/2010)
Was never a big fan of blueberries UNTIL I tasted these! Great taste, crisp and crunchy straight from the bag, and awesome in pancakes. I added a just little extra milk to the batter, with the dried blueberries, because the berries absorbed the liquid as the pancakes cooked. Yummm!
(Posted on 11/9/2010)
These are the best freeze-dried blueberries I have ever had, and I have ordered these for 5 years from different companies. They are bursting with flavor, and mostly small, whole berries. Can be eaten "as is" or re-hydrated and made into cobblers, or in pancakes. I ordered 25 pounds, and it filled 4 of the 6-gallon buckets which had a recloseable mylar liner in them.
(Posted on 11/8/2010)
I've tried to eat more fruit to be healthy, but I'm really just not a fruit fan. Correction: I wasn't. However, the blueberries and other freeze-dried fruits are not only wonderful, I can't stop eating until they are all gone! YUM!
(Posted on 5/7/2010)
Did I die and go to Heaven?? My only complaint is I will have to use self control to make them last for a month!! I ordered all of the freeze dried fruits and blended them together so I could have a healthy late night snack. Awesome!!
(Posted on 3/4/2010)
I love these Blueberries! They are large, crunchy and whole, unlike others I have ordered form other companies. These are a favorite for my family as the perfect snack. It's great to hear "mom can we have that fruit for our snack", even when there are cookies and sweets in the house. We loved these blueberries so much, we sent them to my Father as a birthday gift. Finally I bought him something he Loves.
(Posted on 2/17/2010)
Easy to Prepare
- Use dry as a healthy snack, as an addition to trail mixes, and as a crunchy topping for cereals and desserts.
- For most other applications, hydrate by soaking for 5 minutes in a generous amount of cold or hot water (hot water works slightly better). Then drain.
Yield — 1 oz equals about 1 cup dry with less than 4% moisture content.
Rehydration Ratio — 1 lb of freeze dried whole blueberries, once rehydrated, equals approximately 8 lbs of fresh prepared blueberries.
Storage — Best if used within 24 months of purchase. Store tightly sealed while minimizing exposure to high humidity and heat.
Serv.Size 1 oz (30g)
About 1 cup
Fat Cal. 15
*Percent Values (DV) are based on a 2,000 Calorie diet.
|Total Fat 2g||3%||Total Carb. 26g||9%|
|Sat. Fat 0g||0%||Fiber 5g||22%|
|Trans. Fat 0g||Sugars 26g|
|Cholest. 0mg||0%||Protein 1g|
|Vitamin A 3% • Vitamin C 8% • Calcium 2% • Iron 2%|
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