Blueberry Jell

Recipe from The Vegan Kitchen
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Dark blue/purple fruits and veggies such as blueberries contain a type of antioxidants called anthocyanins which have been shown to have protective effects throughout the whole body.

Yield: 1 lb. or 1½ cups (3 ½-cup servings)

2 cups blueberries
24 pitted dates (⅓ lb.)


Blenderize blueberries. Add dates, a few at a time. Blenderize until smooth. Put in jars. May be kept up to about 3 days if refrigerated. Other jams can be made, substituting other fruits for the blueberries: strawberries, peaches, apples, etc.


Nutritional Information: 221 Kcal, carbohydrates: 58 g, protein: 2 g, fat: 1 g.

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