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Haskap Berry Nice Cream Recipe

  This Haskap Berry "nice" cream is the perfect, guilt-free cool off treat.  Summer may be coming to an end, but we are holding on tight to the last few weeks! With Haskap Berries in abundance this year at VanKampens, we have had lots of family and friends trying their hand at new recipes incorporating this superfood. We can't complain about being taste testers! This particular new recipe comes from Aunt Wanda! Have you made a Haskap Berry recipe that you want to share with us? Simply send it our way, we would love to feature it! Follow along, save our recipe card below, and let us know if you try this recipe!  

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Super Haskap Lemon Muffins

We are so happy to be sharing our second Haskap berry recipe with you! Haskap berries are wonderfully simple, delicious fruit to incorporate into your recipes.    You can follow along the directions below, or feel free to save our recipe card photo for future use. Super Haskap Lemon Muffins Ingredients 2 cups of flour 1/2 cup sugar 2 tsps baking powder 1/2 tsp salt Rind of one lemon, zested 1 egg 1 cup milk 1/2 cup butter, melted 1 cup fresh or frozen Haskap berries Directions Mix together your flour, sugar, baking powder, salt and lemon rind in a large bowl.  In a separate bowl, beat the egg Add milk and butter to the egg, mixing together Add wet ingredients to...

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Nana's Haskap Cheesecake

Are you looking for a new dessert that will impress both friends and family? Try Nana's Cheesecake recipe with a twist, haskap topping. The sweet, light, creamy texture of this familiar favorite lends itself beautifully to the bright, semi-tart nature of the haskap. This easy to make recipe is a great way to try haskaps for the first time or to enjoy them in a whole new way.    In 2019 we started growing haskaps in Hampton, PE. We tried a few and fell in love with them right away. Unique in flavor, we had a few discussions in the field about how to describe the taste. Most similar, in my opinion, to the blueberry, I still find myself detecting...

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