We’re getting berry nutty with this roundup! While fruits are sweet and light, nuts are hearty and earthy which makes pairing the two a robust burst of flavor! This combination is so versatile! In these 10 nut and fruit recipes, you’ll find ideas for breakfast, snacks, and dessert. Let these recipes provide the inspiration you need to create a fruit and nut dish that’s perfect for you!

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1. Blueberry Almond Bundt Cake

VEGAN BLUEBERRY ALMOND BUNDT COFFEE CAKE

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This gluten-free Blueberry Almond Bundt Coffee Cake by Teri Macovei is no ordinary cake. It’s not only a good looking cake made to impress your friends or family, but its tastiness will exceed all your expectations. The softness of the cake is complemented by the slight crunch of the layered almonds, the ultimate juiciness of the fresh blueberries, and the silky sweet smooth blueberry glaze that brings all flavors together.

2. Baked Pears with Coconut Cream, Toasted Walnuts and Dark Chocolate Drizzle

Baked Pears with Coconut Cream, Toasted Walnuts and Dark Chocolate Drizzle

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All the flavors that are added to this dessert complement each other and create a balanced taste and texture. Pears are soft, naturally sweet, and aromatic. Walnuts are slightly sweet to bitter, with buttery earthy tones, and crunchy texture. Lastly, the addition of whipped coconut cream to the pear-walnut combo gives this dessert a silky, elegant feel, topped by a decadent dark chocolate drizzle. You will love Teri Macovei‘s Baked Pears with Coconut Cream, Toasted Walnuts and Dark Chocolate Drizzle!

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3. Nutty Tropical Fruit Granola Bars

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These Nutty Tropical Fruit Granola Bars by Tori Cooper are a small glimpse into paradise. Young coconut meat, pineapple, pistachios, and orange juice all rolled into oats and shaped into bars. Fruity and delicious!

4. Blueberry-Banana and Praline French Toast Casserole

Blueberry Banana French Toast Casserole

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There you are on a lazy Saturday morning, sitting curbside at an intimate French café. Nearby, steam swirls upward from rich mahogany coffee. A sweet scent ignites your appetite as you wait with anticipation for a forkful of decadent French toast. Wait—France is not in your future, you say? Then let this buttery, Blueberry-Banana and Praline French Toast Casserole by Compassionate Cuisine, Linda Soper-Kolton and Sara Boan delight take you there. Without relying on unkind standbys like eggs, cream, and butter, this praline-adorned French toast casserole, a Homestead specialty, gets its luscious custard filling from bananas and nondairy milk. A lovely addition to special brunches and holiday mornings, this simple dish will pamper your spirit.

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5. Apple Almond Sourdough Cinnamon Rolls

Apple Almond Sourdough Cinnamon Rolls

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There may be nothing better than a fresh batch of homemade, warm, and gooey cinnamon rolls! To make everyone’s favorite breakfast pastry seasonal, this recipe uses a sourdough base and an apple and raisin filling. The glaze is infused with almond extract, making these rolls even more delicious! You have to try these Apple Almond Sourdough Cinnamon Rolls by Travis Piper!

6. Walnut Ricotta Toast with Strawberries and Sweet Dukkah

WALNUT RICOTTA TOAST WITH STRAWBERRIES AND SWEET DUKKAH

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Perfect for breakfast or as a snack, this Vegan Walnut Ricotta Toast with Strawberries and Sweet Dukkah by Angelina Papanikolaou – is made with crispy toast topped with creamy walnut ricotta, fresh strawberries and a drizzle of sweetener!

7. Cherry Almond Cluster Granola

Cherry Almond Cluster Granola

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This Cherry Almond Cluster Granola by Kristen Genton isn’t your typical granola recipe! It goes so well fruit or on top of yogurt! Rather than using oats as the main ingredient for this recipe is sliced almonds instead of oats!

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8. Mini Blood Orange Hazelnut Tarts

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These Mini Blood Orange Hazelnut Tarts by Mitra Shirmohammadi are such a healthy, delicious, and refreshing dessert idea. If you aren’t lucky enough to find blood oranges at your local grocery store this time of year, you can still make them using regular oranges. They will be just as delicious, but with a different, not-so-vibrant color. There’s no need for baking, which means much less pressure in the kitchen and no need for precise measurements. You also don’t need a food processor or blender, if using flour for the base. Just mix the crust ingredients in a bowl and press down at the bottom of mini tart shells. You have to try these Blood Orange Tarts!

9. Blueberry Almond Breakfast Scones

Blueberry Almond Breakfast Scones

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These Dairy-Free Blueberry Almond Breakfast Scones by Shanika Graham-White are absolutely the most scrumptious easy to make scones that you’ll ever taste! This recipe boasts a super flaky, buttery crust and a deliciously nutty, sweet, + tart filling bursting with almond and blueberry flavors. The perfect breakfast or brunch recipe for the entire family and ready in under 30 minutes.

10. Raw Cashew Tart With Mango and Spirulina

Raw Cashew Tart With Mango and Spirulina

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This Raw Cashew Tart With Mango and Spirulina by Lena Novak is an expression of spring, when the sky is blue and the sun shines on blossoming flowers. It also tastes delicious! Not very difficult to make neither, if you follow the instructions carefully.

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