Boysenberries

A large 8.0-gram (0.28 oz) aggregate fruit, with large seeds and a deep maroon color, which changes to the typical boysenberry color when the fruit is cooked and made into jam and pies.

A boysenberry is a cross between a European Raspberry, a Common Blackberry, an American Dewberry and a Loganberry.

Boysenberries grow on low, trailing plants and are characterized by their soft texture, thin skins, and sweet-tart flavor. Mature fruits leak juice very easily and can start to decay within a few days of harvest.

Source: Wikipedia
Recipes using  Boysenberries


Oregon Fruit Boysenberries in Syrup, 15-Ounce Cans (Pack of 8)

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