These mulberry recipes, with their sweet yet slightly tart flavor, make an ideal treat for the summer!
Mulberries have a unique sweet taste that’s similar to raspberry and strawberry.
But they’re not quite as juicy or sweet.
That makes them perfect for making jams and preserves.
And since they’re small berries, you can eat a lot at one time!
So if you want to try something unusual for dessert, these mulberry recipes are your best bet.
With a light, fluffy texture and a lemon-infused flavor that’s pure heaven, this cake is the perfect summer dessert.
The tangy yogurt layer gives it a refreshing crunch, while the sliced strawberries add a pop of color.
It’s so easy to make and tastes even better fresh from your oven!
This drink is a delight for the senses.
It’s sweet and creamy, with just the right balance of flavor.
The earthiness from the mulberries adds a nice kick of tangy goodness to this tea.
It’s made with mulberry tea as well as honey, lemon juice, and black tea.
It has such a refreshing taste that’ll warm you up on a cool fall day.
Mulberries are sweet, juicy, and fragrant.
They’re also incredibly easy to make.
The fruit is super easy to work with and can be used in many different ways like this pie or as a filling for other pies.
Of course, you could always use it as an added topping on ice cream sandwiches.
You can use any kind of pie crust dough to make these pies.
I recommend using a frozen pie crust because they’ll be easier to handle when you add the filling.
These are great if you want some more applesauce in your day!
These tasty muffins are so good, you’ll hardly know they don’t use flour.
They’re packed full of flavor and texture, though.
They have a soft, moist crumb that melts in your mouth with every bite.
The bright purple color is prettily delicate against the nutty taste.
The best part ?
These aren’t just for breakfast! They’re a wonderful way to start the day.
If you’re like me, you have a lot of syrups.
I love to make up something sweet and tasty whenever I drink tea because when it’s hot outside, my tea is cold.
I know that the classic English “English breakfast” can vary from country to country but to me, this is just such a simple way to get the sweetness without any added sugar.
With this recipe, you can make your own natural syrups with mulberries instead of making a syrup from pear juice or fruit puree.
Just combine all the ingredients in a blender until smooth and then store it in an airtight container for future use.
These cookies are the perfect balance of sweet and tart.
The contrasting flavors pair wonderfully, making them a true delight.
They’re also wonderfully moist and buttery, making them taste like cake but without any frosting.
Mulberry and coconut slice is a delicious and unique dessert.
It’s made with mallow, coconut flakes, and coconut milk.
It has an earthy flavor that pairs perfectly with the sweet and tropical sweetness of mulberries.
And it’s healthier than most desserts out there!
This recipe only calls for five ingredients, yet it yields such a fantastic result.
Mulberry jam is a delicious and easy way to add a bit of tangy flavor to your family’s Thanksgiving feast.
It’s also great for cooking with, as it can use any berries you like.
This recipe calls for the juice from 20 mulberries (that you cut in half), but don’t worry, the juice makes enough to make more than one jar of jam.
Since this recipe is so simple, I suggest adding some lemon zest and chopped cherries on top when serving.
Not only will they look nice and bright, but they’ll also give the jam that extra pop of citrus!
Mulberry sorbet is a super easy dessert that’s perfect for summer.
It’s made with mulberries, sugar, and water.
The result is a sweet and tart sugary treat that’s refreshing to the taste buds.
Ginger becomes a sour aftertaste, but the flavor contrast is fantastic!
I’m not sure if it’s the fruit itself, or the super smooth texture of this ice cream, but I love mulberry crumble.
I think it’s also the fact that you can use whatever type of frozen berry you like best.
It’s a fantastic way to make an old favorite seasonal holiday dessert new again.
If you want to really kick things up a notch, add in some chopped nuts for crunch and a sweet caramel glaze to boot!
This is a gorgeous vanilla cake with a bright pink color, and it’s deliciously moist.
It’s topped with juicy mulberries and drizzled with a sweet syrup.
The cake is so light and fluffy that you won’t even notice the fruity sweetness.
It’s great for breakfast or dessert, but it tastes even better after being devoured by your dog.
Or maybe you wouldn’t mind taking them to bed ?
Either way, this is definitely one of the best recipes on the list!
I’m not sure what it is about these, but they just melt in my mouth!
They are so packed with flavor, I can’t get enough.
Plus, you can make them ahead of time, which eliminates that “lunch-time slump”.
These bars are so moist and sweet, and each one has a layer of mulberry crumb on top.
The best part?
They are easy to store, and you can even freeze them.
Just be sure to let the flavors meld together before freezing because if it goes straight from freezer to oven, there won’t be many left.
I’m not a huge fan of oats, but this vegan version is a game-changer.
Packed with protein and fiber, it’s sure to keep you full.
It also has the perfect balance of sweet and nutty flavors.
And you can make this all by yourself without any help from a recipe book.
This recipe is also gluten-free which makes it perfect for people who have allergies or food sensitivities.
Just leave out the molasses or use maple syrup if you don’t have hazelnuts on hand.
The mulberry is also a great choice for brownies.
This fruity and floral berry pairs well with chocolate, making it the perfect ingredient to add a delicious sweetness.
Although you can use any type of chocolate you prefer, I find using dark chocolate gives this dessert an extra kick of flavor.
Mulberry lemonade is a refreshing summer drink that’ll keep you cool and refreshed.
It’s fresh and citrusy, with hints of floral notes.
The mulberries add a lovely sourness to the drink, which makes it perfect for hot days.
Serve it with some crackers or bread for dipping!
Mulberry ice cream is a delicious frozen dessert that looks like a cross between mulberries and chocolate.
It’s creamy, sugary, and full of fruity flavor.
It’s also super pretty to look at.
This recipe makes a delightful treat for any occasion – whether it’s your birthday, anniversary, or just because you want something sweet.
This mulberry almond cake is super tasty and surprisingly moist.
The almond flavor adds a lovely touch of sweetness to the tartness of the fruits.
It’s also vegan and gluten-free, making it a great option for those on diets or looking for something healthier.
The Dutch Babies are a delicious pudding made with apple butter, fruit and raisins, and rhubarb.
It’s egg-free, dairy-free, and gluten-free.
It tastes like fresh apples or apricot sauce and is easy to make.
You can have it ready in 30 minutes!
If you’re looking for a vegan recipe that will please the whole family, these babies are ideal.
How awesome is this gin fizz?
It’s a simple mix of vodka, lemon juice, and fresh mulberries.
You can serve it as an easy cocktail or make it into a slushie to sip on during the summer.
However you choose to enjoy it, be sure you enjoy the vibrant color of the gin drink!
These gorgeous little balls are the perfect way to celebrate any occasion.
And I do mean any occasion.
From birthdays to holidays, they’re a fantastic party favor that everyone will love.
These babies are made with a blend of cream cheese, powdered sugar, and your favorite seasonal fruit.
And you can use whatever fruits you have on hand!
To make them extra special, try sprinkling them with some mini chocolate chips or chopped nuts for bite-sized treats.
This rustic mulberry salad is a pretty simple side dish, but it’s hearty and delicious.
It has all the flavors of a traditional white bean salad with additions of corn, cherry tomatoes, scallions, and more.
In addition to being colorful, this salad also packs in ingredients that make it flavorful.
The herbs are from thyme and parsley, while the zestings add sweet notes.
If you have time to make your own dressing…great!
But if not, don’t worry.
You can use store-bought dressing or even store-bought breadcrumbs for the perfect accompaniment to your hamburger meal.
Mulberry puff pastry Danishes are a wonderful way to celebrate your Valentine’s Day date.
These delicate pastries are filled with a sweet, white vanilla custard.
Crunchy on the outside and tender on the inside, they’re terrific by themselves or topped with your favorite jam.
They’re also perfect for you and your valentine!
This cake is a thick, dense, and lovely brown sugar treat with a delightful vanilla flavor.
It’s full of mulberries, which are tart and fruity but also quite sweet.
The best part about it?
It only takes 30 minutes to make!
So if you need something tasty to make tonight after dinner or brunch, give this recipe a try.
A true summer drink, this smoothie is sweet, fruity, and loaded with nutrients.
It’s a fantastic way to start your day and will delight any mango fan.
Plus, it’s vegan-friendly, so everyone can enjoy it.
You’ll love how the mulberries infuse the water when you blend them in!
The mulberry buckle is an elegant dessert that combines two of the prettiest fruits in the world.
It’s made with crushed mulberries, walnuts, and candied lemon peel.
It’s rich, creamy, and wonderfully sweet.
It’s a perfect way to enjoy the flavors of berry and citrus without loading on the calories.
25 Delicious Mulberry Recipes
- The oven
- 1 cup milk
- 1/4 cup vegetable oil
- 1 egg
- 2 cups flour
- 1/2 cup sugar
- 2 tsp baking powder
- 1/2 tsp salt
- 1 cup mulberries
- A 400 degree oven is recommended. Use cupcake liners or nonstick cooking spray to coat a 12-count muffin tray.
- In a bowl, combine milk, eggs, and oil. Slowly incorporate the flour, sugar, baking powder, and salt. Just combine after combining. Blend in the berries.
- Pour the batter into the muffin tin equally. 20 to 25 minutes of baking.