Thank you to Wild Blueberries for sponsoring this post!
I may be a dietitian, but I’m also a big fan of cupcakes and frosting. But I am not a big fan of fake food dyes (here’s why). So I like tinkering with ways to use natural hues from fruits and veggies. This Naturally-Colored Wild Blueberry Frosting is a rich shade of pink-purple, with little pieces and flecks of berries throughout. And with a full cup of frozen Wild Blueberries in the batch, the flavor of the berries really shines through.
If you haven’t tried Wild Blueberries yet, you can find them in the freezer section. They are smaller and more intensely flavored than regular blueberries. They also have twice the antioxidants, thanks to their dark blue color. They actually grow completely wild in Maine and parts of Canada, and they’re one of the few fruits truly native to North America.
Want to make this yummy frosting for your next birthday party or celebration? Get the recipe over at Wild Blueberries.
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