Tasty, healthy and black. So black that removing blueberry stains from fabrics is a real challenge.

Bilberry, commonly known as blueberry, apart from being tasty, has numerous healing properties. It lowers the level of sugar and cholesterol, supports the work of the eyes, and makes the blood vessels more flexible. Blueberry juice is used as an antidote to poisoning...

The berry season falls in the summer and is very short. Therefore, it is worth freezing and drying the fruit, making juices, jams and preserves out of them in order to benefit from their valuable properties throughout the year. Frozen blueberries are a great addition to desserts.

Ingredients for a 300ml glass

Blueberry mousse:

150 ml natural yogurt

7 tablespoons of blueberries

3 teaspoons of chia


4 tablespoons

6 tablespoons of expanded millet

4 tablespoons of blueberries

mint leaves for decoration


Mix the blueberries, yoghurt and chia seeds into a mousse. Put the layers in the glass or jar in the order given.


3 tablespoons granoli

3 tablespoons of blueberry mousse

3 tablespoons of expanded millet

3 tablespoons of blueberries

3 tablespoons of expanded millet

the rest of the blueberry mousse


granola , blueberries, expanded millet, a leaf of mint

Enjoy your meal!

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