Choose 3 lbs., 6lbs., or 10 lbs. fresh (when in season)
Mid-August to September
Pacific Northwest or Montana (Depending on Availability)
Frozen berries may thaw in transit.
A wild relative of the blueberry, huckleberries have a similar flavor, but more complex, with tart and musky notes. Each of these huckleberries has been foraged for and sustainably hand-picked. The sweetest huckleberry variety, violet-black huckleberries are perfect in desserts and pair exceptionally well with salmon and game meats.
We estimate that there are approximately 2 ½ - 3 cups of huckleberries in a pound.
Store frozen wild huckleberries in your freezer until you are ready to use them.
Store fresh huckleberries in a covered container in your refrigerator. You can freeze them on a sheet tray and then pack them in a freezer bag for long term storage.
7-14 days fresh, up to a year frozen.
RECIPES & TIPS
Huckleberries excel as a treasured ingredient in desserts and beverages, particularly those featuring cream, ginger, lemon, almonds, apples, pears, cinnamon and/or chocolate. Try them as a garnish for panna cotta and custards or as an ingredient in cakes, muffins, and other baked goods as well as sorbets and ice cream.