These are dark sky-colored berries known for their sweet, tangy taste and juicy texture. Since they contain high amounts of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, the blueberries promote digestion and weight loss and possess anti-aging properties. They are typically used in muffins, pancakes, and coconut popsicles.

Calories (Per 100 grams): 57


Their vibrant red color, delightful sweet taste, and delicate texture make them a people’s favorite. Raspberries are packed with vitamin C, helping in reducing wrinkles and boosting immunity. While they are widely used in candies, baked foods, and chocolate treats like brownies, they are equally tasty when eaten fresh.

Calories (Per 100 grams): 53


These red berry-like fruits, having a seedy, juicy texture and deliciously sweet taste, are one of the most common summer fruits available in the market. Because of the high levels of vitamin C, they help improve your eye health and boost immunity. Of course, you can eat them fresh as a dessert; they are also put into jams and smoothies.

Calories (Per 100 grams): 33


These dark-red berries, native to Canada and the US, are known for their intense tart taste. They are rich in vitamin C, fiber, and antioxidants, and they help fight urinary tract infections as well as promote healthy gums. Cranberries are commonly served on Thanksgiving day and used in sauces, juices, supplements, and pancakes.

Calories (Per 100 grams): 46


These are one of the most famous summer fruits out there, being loved for their sour-sweet taste and numerous health benefits. The dark-purple berry-like fruits help reduce inflammation and improve brain function. They are generally included as an ingredient in cobblers, jams, pies, and cheesecake galette.

Calories (Per 100 grams): 43


These are a hybrid variety produced from loganberries, dewberries, raspberries, and blackberries. They are dark reddish-purple fruits with a soft, juicy texture and sweet, floral taste. Boysenberries are often eaten raw or whipped up for use in jams, cobblers, and pies.

Calories (Per 100 grams): 43


These berries look like a longer variety of blackberry or raspberry and come in different colors, including red, purple, black, and white. They are relatively sweet and have a hint of tartness, which makes them suitable for use in jams, pies, summer puddings, and yogurt.

Calories (Per 100 grams): 43


These dark blue berries are closely related to blueberries but are darker, softer, and smaller than the latter. They are commonly consumed in France, Iceland, Finland, Sweden, Norway, Romania, and Poland. These fruits are not just eaten fresh but also used in juices, pies, jams, fools, sorbets, and liqueurs.

Calories (Per 100 grams): 44


These black colored fruits also called Aronia berries, have an appearance similar to blueberries. Chokeberries have high levels of tannins because of which they taste sour. They have immune-boosting properties, helping in lowering blood pressure and improving eyesight. They are typically used in teas, juices, and wines.

Calories (Per 100 grams): 47