Juneberries really lend themselves to savoury accompaniments - wonderful with cheeses and cold meat pies. See fresh / frozen Juneberries.
Juneberry syrup's deep ruby colour adds a party feel to any cocktails and mocktails. See Juneberry syrup.
Roast meat accompaniment
A sweet Juneberry sauce served with roast meats, in particular poultry and game, goes down very well with all ages. See fresh / frozen Juneberries.
For summertime puddings crying out for a new twist. See fresh / frozen Juneberries.
It's up to you how many berries go into your favourite smoothie, but just a small portion will add extra fibre, vitamin E, magnesium and manganese! See fresh / frozen Juneberries.
Increase the nutritional content of breakfast treats with a handfull of Juneberries. See frozen / fresh Juneberries.
Juneberries can be cold pressed to extract the pure juice. Keep the pomace though, for more recipes. See frozen / fresh Juneberries.
Crumble and Sorbet
Get double the value and experiment using the juice for sorbet and the pomace for a stick jam filling. See fresh / frozen Juneberries.
Pack a nutritional punch at breakfast! See frozen / fresh Juneberries.
Juneberries are so versatile that you will have difficulty finding a recipe they don't taste good in! From simple home baking, to top restaurant dishes, or accompaniments to your existing favourites - our customers have created some amazing dishes and drinks. Most people have never even heard of Juneberries, let alone used them, so take a look at our ideas wall below to inspire you.
Love Vodka or Gin gently flavoured with soft fruit? Then this is a MUST! Juneberries not only give your drinks and amazing colour, but the cherry/almond fragrance is wonderful. See syrup, frozen, fresh.
Juneberries can be used straight from the freezer into cakes and bakes. See frozen Juneberries.
It is very rare to find such a beautiful vinaigrette, enhancing both the colours and flavours of warm and cold salads. See Juneberry vinaigrette.
Not just for winter, hot breakfasts look and taste amazing as well as being a health alternative to Blueberries. See fresh / frozen Juneberries.
Sweet or savory, this tiny jelly was a great accompaniment to Christmas Dinner in festive shapes. See frozen Juneberries.
Dilute a small amount of Juneberry vinegar into lemonade or sparkling water and enjoy a unique drinking vinegar. See Juneberry vinegar.
A beautiful rich syrup at the bottom of your glass of fizz looks and tastes stunning. See syrup / frozen / fresh.
Instead of cranberries at Christmas, add a small amount of balsamic vinegar or rosemary to your Juneberries for a really fruity, rich alternative to cranberry sauce. See frozen Juneberries.
A big hit in their native Canada, jams and preserves are a popular store cupboard favourite. Try adding Rhubarb to your preserves - a delicious combination.See fresh / frozen Juneberries.
Warm the berries gently with a little Maple syrup to give your pancakes a Canadian twist. See fresh / frozen Juneberries.