Swedish Blueberry Soup

Blueberry soup is a simple and delicious recipe that's packed full of vitamins!

You can use frozen berries or fresh; even better, pick your own!

It’s often served alone and at room temperature to those recovering from tummy upset and needing easy-to-digest nutrition and energy!

Blueberry Soup Ingredients

Frozen or fresh Blueberries – 300g Water – 500ml /about 2 cups Honey/sugar – 1-2 tablespoons. Optional: Cornstarch or potato flour – 1 tablespoon


1. In a medium pot, bring the water, honey, or sugar to a boil.

2. Add the blueberries and simmer for 2-3 minutes until soft. If using frozen berries, it will take a few minutes longer.

You can enjoy your homemade blueberry soup as it is or use an immersion blender to blend the soup to smooth.

3. Mix a tablespoon of cornstarch or potato flour with a little water and add to the soup. Bring to a gentle boil to thicken the soup and remove from the heat.

Serve hot or chilled with a splash of cream or plain yoghurt

Swedish Queens Jam combines equal amounts of blueberries and raspberries to create a soft and super fruity jam that is fit for any table!

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