Blueberry Cookies

Blueberry Cookies

You’ve probably seen a viral Tiktok video about blueberry cookies, which is why you are on the search for the recipe. Well, here’s the deal, this cookie recipe will not go viral for nothing. Be prepared, as these blueberry cookies are about to become your new go-to and favorite cookie recipe. Whether you're looking for a quick after-meal snack, a crowd-pleasing party dessert, or just a perfect match for your cup of coffee or tea with friends, this will surely make your day complete with just the right amount of sweetness and fruity flavor coming from the blueberries.  

What is Blueberries Cookies

Blueberries are relatively healthy because they are high in vitamins and minerals. It also contains antioxidants, which will aid in the fight against free radicals. So how is it being part of your dessert? This recipe is not only delicious, but it is also a good option for a healthy snack, especially for kids.

If you bake these blueberry cookies the right way, you will be rewarded with a soft center, crispy brown edges, and gooey goodness on the inside. The addition of blueberries to your cookies will not only contribute to the cookies' naturally stunning purple hue but also be the key to their delicately sweet and intensely fruity flavor. Try this recipe and see it for yourself!

How to Make Blueberry Cookies

1. Preheat your oven to 400°F (204°C). while you prepare your ingredients.

2. Thaw the frozen blueberries in a small saucepan over medium heat for 5 minutes, or until soft. Your blueberries will be a little watery at this time.

3. In a separate mixing bowl, combine all of your dry ingredients; flour, baking powder, and salt. Whisk it all together and set it aside.

Combining all dry ingredients

4. Using a stand mixer with a paddle attachment, cream together the softened butter and your granulated sugar until light in color and fluffy.

Softening butter
Adding granulated sugar

5. Once you reach that stage, add your blueberries to the butter-sugar mixture and mix it again until the blueberries are well combined and the batter mixture becomes a dark purple color.

Adding blueberries
Mixed blueberries and buttter

6. Slowly fold in your dry ingredients into the batter and mix everything together using a spatula.

Adding the dry ingredients to the mixture

7. Then, stir in the white chocolate chips. The chocolate chips should be evenly incorporated into the cookie dough.

Adding chocolate chips

8. The cookie dough mixture should chill in the refrigerator for 30 minutes to set after everything has been incorporated. This will make shaping a lot easier.

9. Once the dough has chilled, shape it into balls and set them on a baking sheet covered with parchment paper. Bake the dough balls for 10 to 13 minutes.

Shaping them into balls

10. Let the cookies cool for 5 to 10 minutes on a cooling rack until firm.

Putting them on the cooling rack

11. Transfer it to your serving dish and enjoy with a cup of coffee or tea.


  • A stand mixer is needed for creaming the butter and sugar and mixing your cookie dough. If you don't have a stand mixer, you can substitute an electric handheld mixer and a mixing bowl. If neither is available at home, some people use a whisk and a spatula. However, keep in mind that mixing everything together manually may require some extra effort.
  • This recipe also requires a variety of mixing bowls and measuring cups. If measuring cups are not available, a digital weighing scale can be used, but everything must be converted to grams first.
  • Use a baking sheet or baking pan that is suitable for high heat. Also, if the baking sheet is not nonstick, line it with parchment or wax paper to keep it from sticking to the pan.
  • You may also use an ice cream scooper to scoop your cookie dough. This will help you achieve uniform cookie sizes. Don't worry, you can choose between large and small ice cream scoopers.
  • In thawing your frozen blueberries, you can switch from stovetop to microwave. This will save you time and effort because it will take no more than 30 seconds.


Servings of Blueberry Cookies
  • If you have fresh blueberries on hand, you can substitute those for frozen ones. All you have to do is cook it with a little sugar and a little water until it resembles jam and is a little watery. This works just as well as the frozen version for coloring your cookie dough.
  • Instead of using white chocolate chips, you can also use different types of nuts like cashews, walnuts, or almonds. This will add crunch and texture to your cookie. You may also want to replace it with dried fruits instead, like dried cranberries, raisins, or dried mixed berries.
  • If your recipe calls for it, chill your cookie dough. Don’t skip it. The cookie batter won't spread too much when baking if the cookie dough is chilled in the refrigerator before scooping. It also guarantees a thicker, more solid cookie and improves flavor as well.
  • Baking the cookies in 10-13 minutes will give you soft and chewy cookies. However, it will still feel jiggly and soft when removed from the oven. Don't worry, it will firm up once cooled. Unless you want your cookies to be crispy, avoid overbaking them.
  • It is crucial to let the baked cookies cool for at least 5 to 10 minutes before removing them from the pan. This will give the cookies enough time to firm up and not break when handled.
  • Oven temperature and baking time still vary depending on what type of oven you are using. It is always a good idea to test your oven first with small batches before baking larger quantities.

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