Frozen Blueberry Jar Gifts | Evermine Blog |
Heartfelt, useful, healthy, easy, fun. Isn’t that what we’re all looking for in a gift idea? Well, these frozen berries in a jar are all that, and they offer bright, bursting tasty nibbles all along the way.

Just north of Portland, where I live, is a river island with one access bridge and a different soil composition than the surrounding geography. The result is impressively beautiful agricultural land, a whole lot of U-pick fruit farms and the potential for a relaxing summer outing with friends and family.

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I washed my most recent blueberry haul from the magical Sauvie Island and immediately froze it in quart jars with personalized labels. Not only do they make me smile and remember a perfect summer day with my sister, niece and nephew, but now I also have three last-minute, heartfelt, useful and healthy gifts. I imagine them as a welcome-to-the-neighborhood present, or an I-know-you-weren’t-planning-on-feeding-an-extra-mouth-at-your-dinner-party-tonight offering. Classy, you know?

I used the Treasury style in blue in size 11 for the lid and size 16 for the side of a quart canning jar. I also added a touch of blue jute from the craft store for a little more understated color.

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Since Evermine Blog readers are all over the world, it would be fun to hear from you: what freezable tasty nibbles does your climate offer?

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Lorraine (60 Posts)

Lorraine is a medical student, writer and food lover living in her hometown of Portland, Oregon. Sometimes, Lorraine realizes that, for the most part, her family, friends and adored acquaintances are just a bike ride away. This gives her sense of cozy giddiness! Mostly though, she gets psyched about creating and sharing food, particularly the kind of food that is accidentally healthy and delicious. See more of her work at SweetAllium.

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