Blackberries, clean eating, Disease Prevention, Healthy Foods, Nutrition

Wild Blackberries

Yes, I’m the woman on the side of the road picking wild blackberries 🙂

According to the Clean Eating Club, they are “rich in antioxidants, including vitamin c, ellagic acid and anthocyanins”.  They also contain “calcium, iron,  magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, zinc, copper, manganese, vitamins A and E, selenium and folate”.

Nutrition Data  lists blackberries as a low calorie (62) and low fat (6) food – this is based on a 1 cup serving size.

The best way to eat this delicious fruit is to eat them raw, and mix them with other berries 🙂  But, of course, it’s also fun to make a blackberry cobbler and/or blackberry ice cream!  (Go ahead…you can indulge once in awhile!)

Blackberry Cobbler – The Pioneer Woman 

Blackberry Ice Cream – Blooming on Bainbridge

Blackberry Tart – The World’s Healthiest Foods



2 thoughts on “Wild Blackberries”

  1. I miss WA and these little powerhouses!!!!! You could gather and freeze for a year in the PNW…..I bet you will make something yummy out of them!!!

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