Freeze Dried Blueberries

Freeze Dried Blueberries

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Catch the blues – blueberries, that is! Honeyville’s Freeze Dried Blueberries pack a powerful punch. Not only are they non-GMO and kosher but they're high in Vitamin C and dietary fiber.

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Size Price Qty
Small Can 3.00 oz
Item # 007-360-0322
$13.99
Large Can 12.00 oz
Item # 007-360-0874
$28.39
Case of 6 (Large Cans) 4.50 lb
Item # 007-360-0871
$152.99

Honeyville's Freeze Dried Blueberries are light and crisp, while retaining the sweet and tart flavor for which blueberries are known. We only package the finest, whole blueberries for you and your loved ones. Not only are they certified non-GMO but they're also kosher. Use them to revamp yogurt, oatmeal, bread, or pancakes. Just add these gems to your recipe, instantly transforming an ordinary dish into a healthier and tastier one. And as if that weren't enough reason to devour them, they're also low in fat which makes them a great snack.

The freeze drying process consists of placing the blueberries into a refrigerated vacuum system that dehydrates them. During this process, the ice in the blueberries doesn’t become liquid; it turns right into vapor. Additives need not be a concern for you because our freeze drying process maintains the integrity of the fruit. When rehydrated, they will begin to resemble fresh blueberries, again. For this very reason, they make an excellent choice for long-term food storage, and emergency preparedness.

Shelf-Life: Freeze Dried Blueberries can be stored for 10 to 15 years in a sealed can – whether it’s the small can or the large, #10 can (oxygen absorber included). To maximize longevity, store can in a cool, dry place. Once the can has been opened, the average shelf life is 12 to 18 months.

Instructions: To rehydrate, just add 3 parts water to 1 part blueberry. Allow the blueberries to absorb the water for about 20 minutes or until they’re fully rehydrated. If you would like to use them in your dish, no need to rehydrate them separately; they’ll simply take on the liquid from the mix or batter you add them to. Each can is equivalent to about 6 lbs. of fresh blueberries.

Uses: Mix Freeze Dried Blueberries into your favorite yogurt, oatmeal, and cereal. They can also be rehydrated in fruit recipes or eaten right out of the can as a healthy snack.

Recipes: Almond Flour Lemon Blueberry Mini Muffins, Almond Flour Berry Tarts.

Packaging: The blueberries are sealed in a small, airtight can and weigh just over 4 oz. Each small can contains 11 servings. They’re also sealed in a #10 can and weigh approximately 12 oz. A case contains 6 #10 cans and weighs 4.5 lbs. Each large can contains 48 servings. A single serving size is ¼ of a cup, however, once rehydrated, a serving size comes out to about 2/3 of a cup.

Ingredients: Cultivated Blueberries.

Allergen information: This product is produced on equipment that processes products containing soy, wheat, egg, peanut, and tree nuts.

Customer Reviews

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Delicious but Pricey?

I've purchased these several times and I agree with other remarks about volume...the can is about half full. However, it's great to have blueberries out of season, and these are delicious in cereal. I'll gladly buy them again.

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Very tasty

I've reordered these several times. I love them in Greek yogurt with walnuts for breakfast. My only complaint would be that the can is about 1/4 full. I filled one quart jar with my last can. It would make more sense to pack them in smaller cans saving not only wasted can material, but our storage space.

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Toddlers love them!

My two little ones love these. They are the most asked for snack in the house and my "go to" snack when out running around town. Yes they are messy (blue faces fingers and teeth) but are worth it. "They love the ""crunch""" and are easy for even the youngest to snack on.

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GREAT

Great flavor and texture. RECOMMENDED

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Made a nice blueberry spread

I tried rehydrating them and blending them into a smoothie but the skins remained and were tough. I then boiled about 1 cup with an equal amount of water with 1 tablespoon Splenda (I'm diabetic). I tossed that into the blender with about 1/4 of almond flour to thicken. Quite tasty and sugar free.

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Tasty snack

Opened can of f.d. blueberries and very delicious. However can was only 30% full.

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The worst

I usually don't write reviews however they were just so bad I had to. My family tried them straight out of the can AND rehydrated. They made all of us gage both ways. I would even feel bad giving them to someone for free. We really wanted ot to work however it just didn't

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blueberries quality variation

A couple of years ago I ordered blueberries. They were lower density delicious and sweet. They were yummy eating them dry and on cereal. Then I ordered a case of blueberries in 2012. These were entirely different except that they were blue. They were dense hard did not absorb water readily like the prior ones did and were about impossible to eat dry--more like ball bearings. They were a disappointment. Still trying to enjoy them. I guess the variation was due to the weather but the second buy was surely disappointing. I will probably try again in a year or so. Maybe they will be better then. The rating is the average of 5 and 0 stars.

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Must Have

When summer starts to wane and the fruit pickins' are slim we look forward to these fabulous blueberries. Each berrie is large and plump - unlike what you will find in grocery stores this time of year. They taste equally good out of the can or rehydrated in baking products. Try a great comparison test: buy a bag of frozen blueberries in your grocery store and buy a can of these freeze-dried berries. Let the frozen ones thaw and them eat a few. Wait awhile and then try the f.d. ones (especially yummy right out of the can) and see for yourself. The f.d. mango is great too!

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ms

I hate to say this but these are terrible. They have no taste and when rehydrated they have the consistency of packing peanuts. I will not be purchasing these again.

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