Blueberries are wonderful and because of their health benefits (they are high on anti-oxidants), you want to include them in every breakfast bowl!
They are more affordable at the end of the summer. My friend Janine tought me a simple method to 'hamster' them:

•wash the blueberries thoroughly (specially if they are not organic!);
•lay them down on a table cloth on your kitchen counter, well spread out (not on top of each other);
•when they are completely dry, put them on a tray (or Tupperware lid) and carefully slide them in your freezer (making sure they do not touch each other);
•within an hour (or less) they will be hard as a rock and completely frozen. You can now transfer them to a freezer zip-lock bag that will keep them fresh for months.

Sometimes (organic) farms will let you pick your own blueberries at the end of the summer (for a small price). Can you imagine a better way to spend a few hours in the fields and be in touch with nature? And just think of the thrill of picking your own fruit -and avoid the local store from plucking your wallet!
Look for farms in your neighbourhood.

De Wei (Lanaken, B)
Fruit of Life (Dwingeloo, NL)
Kwekerij Zeldenrust  (Wapse, NL)
Pur Fruit (Oeselgem, B)
Pampa Berries (La Pampa, Arg)
Pick-your-own (USA)