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Recipes for Commercially Frozen Blueberries and/or Strawberries

masha | Nov 16, 200808:15 AM     17

A while back I purchased a bag of frozen blueberies and one of strawberries, and they are just sitting in my freezer. What can I do with them -- aside from making a sauce or smoothies, neither of which is of interest? I am thinking of some sort of baked goods, such as muffins or a coffee cake. Can they be substituted for fresh berries in a reciped? My concern is that there will be a greater volume of liquid that will affect the recipe. Ideas?

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