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Kirkland Dried Blueberries is another yummy dried fruit from Costco! Costco is the cheapest place to buy dried blueberries – the price of dried blueberries in Costco is $8.95 for a big 20 oz bag! Other stores sell a teeny tiny packages of blueberries (enough for one serving) for the same price :)
These Costco dried blueberries are really tasty and nutritious – they are a good source of fiber, vitamin C and calcium. Here’s the nutritional information for Kirkland dried blueberries: serving size 1/3 cup, 130 calories, zero fat, zero cholesterol, 10 mg sodium, 31 g total carbohydrate, 2 g fiber, 28 g sugar, 1 g protein, 10% vitamin C, 10% calcium, 2% iron. These whole dry blueberries make an excellent healthy fat-free snack!
How do you eat dried blueberries? There are so many ways to enjoy these yummy sweet dried berries! The most common way to eat those tasty dry blueberries is straight from the package :) Just grab a handful of dried blueberries and put them in your mouth :)
For a more filling snack, I like to mix dry berries with nuts – see my page on dried cranberries and walnuts – you can mix dried blueberries with nuts the same way and have a great tasty snack that fills you up!
Another great way to eat dried blueberries is to add them to salads. Check out my salad recipe with candied pecans – dry blueberries will be a great addition!
You can also use dried blueberries in baked goods – add them instead of fresh blueberries to blueberry muffins or blueberry bundt cake! They are also a great addition to homemade granola bars. Or put them in these world’s best blueberry pancakes – yum!
Here’s the picture of these Costco dried blueberries in the bowl:
And here’s the closeup of these yummy whole dried blueberries:
In addition to these dried blueberries, Costco carries so many other dried fruits at the cheapest prices you can find anywhere. Check out Costco craisins – they are so yummy and you get a huge bag!