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Fruits and Desserts

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Fruit Crumble Bars

Whichever seasonal fruit you would like to feature in this recipe is up to you – just make sure you have A LOT of it! The crust also doubles as the crumble topping, so this recipe is rather easy to make. Definitely a favorite down at the farm stand!

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Apple Coffee Cake

This is a delicious coffee cake perfect for breakfast or dessert. We always recommend using more fruit than called for – you can never use too many apples!

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Apple Crisp

This is a great dessert for a cool fall evening. Serve warm with ice cream for an even more delicious experience!

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Apple Dumplings

A quick and easy recipe with very few ingredients! Anyone – and we mean anyone! – could make these dumplings. Remember to use plenty of apples!

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Blueberry Streusel Muffins

When blueberries are in season, you simply have to make these muffins. This recipe perfectly highlights the fruit and makes for an easy breakfast that both you and the kids will love!

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Blueberry Peach Muffins

These muffins combine two of the best summer fruits – peaches and blueberries. As their growing seasons overlap, make sure to pick up some of each to make these delicious grab-and-go muffins!

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Blueberry Bottom Pie

Prepare a delicious blueberry puree to act as the filling of this pie, while preparing for smiles from everyone who tries it! This scrumptious dessert is at its tastiest when you use fresh local berries. Pick some up at our farm market and get to baking!

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Blueberries & Cheese Coffee Cake

Perfect as a breakfast or a dessert, this coffee cake calls for lots of blueberries – while you can choose to use fresh or frozen fruit, we always recommend fresh local produce from your favorite farm market! However, if you’re craving this recipe out of season, feel free to use frozen fruit.