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10 ways to use fruit powders

We have revolutionised the way you can enjoy your favourite fruits. The special drying process we use for our fruit powders, concentrates the flavours and nutrients. Not much of the fruit powder is needed for a significant flavour and nutrition boost compared to fresh fruit. The powders are also great for smuggling extra goodness into your children's meals.

Our powders are suitable for a Vegan, Gluten and Dairy free diet. Containing 100% fruit means they are free from additives, artificial colours, artificial flavours and preservatives.

There are so many uses for fruit powders but here are our top 10 ways to use them:

A blueberry smoothie made with sujon blueberry freeze dried powder, milk, mint and sujon frozen blueberries

1.0 Smoothies

Add a teaspoon of powder into your favourite smoothie recipe to enhance the flavour and nutritional content. We find the powders work well with yoghurt, milk, plant-based milk along with other fruits and vegetables. Adding a frozen banana or avocado gives the smoothie a creamier texture. Get some recipe inspiration here!

A raw vegan cheesecake made with sujon blackcurrant powder and sujon frozen blueberries

2.0 Baking

Adding the powder into baking recipes such as muffins, cakes, cookies and pancakes gives the recipe a boost of the fruit flavours and adds vibrant colour. Our favourite powders for baking are blueberry, blackcurrant, boysenberry and raspberry. This Raw Blueberry Cheesecake recipe is a must try!

raspberry salad dressing being poured over a delicious salad

3.0 Salad Dressings

The fruit powders add a burst of flavour and transform your salad dressings. My personal favourite combination is a mixture of boysenberry and blackcurrant powder, I find it goes well with a basic Chicken Spinach salad. Get adventurous and add fruit powders to your favourite balsamic dressing recipe or give this recipe a go.


  • 2 tablespoons olive oil

  • 1 tablespoon balsamic vinegar (apple cider vinegar or white wine vinegar works well too)

  • 1 teaspoon honey or maple syrup (adjust to taste)

  • 1/2 teaspoon Sujon fruit powder of your choice (such as raspberry, blackcurrant, boysenberry, mango, or blueberry)

  • 1/4 teaspoon Dijon mustard (optional but recommended as it does add extra flavour)

  • Salt and pepper to taste


  1. In a small mixing bowl, combine the olive oil, balsamic vinegar, honey or maple syrup, and Dijon mustard.

  2. Whisk the ingredients together until well combined.

  3. Add the fruit powder to the dressing and continue to whisk until the powder is fully incorporated and the dressing is smooth.

  4. Taste the dressing and adjust the sweetness, salt, and pepper to your preference.

  5. Once the dressing is to your liking, it's ready to use!

  6. Drizzle the fruit powder salad dressing over your favorite salad ingredients. It works well with mixed greens and spinach.

  7. Toss the salad to coat the ingredients evenly with the dressing.

  8. Serve the salad immediately, and enjoy!

If the dressing seems too thick, you can add a splash of water to reach your desired consistency.

Sujon blackcurrant powder mixed with oats to make a delicious purple porridge.

4.0 Breakfast topper

Start your day right! Sprinkle the fruit powder over yoghurt, cereal or oatmeal to enhance the taste and nutritional value of your breakfast.

chef with a sujon fruit powder sauce

5.0 Sauces and glazes

Use fruit powders to create flavourful sauces and glazes for meats, fish, or tofu. For example, mix mango or blackcurrant powder with soy sauce, ginger, and garlic for a delicious glaze.

pink raspberry lemonade beautifully prepared with a slice of lemon and flowers

6.0 Fruit flavoured water or beverages

Stir fruit powders into water, lemonade, or iced tea for a refreshing and delicious drink without added sugars.

Sujon surprise no bake bliss balls made with blackcurrant powder and coated in coconut

7.0 Energy bars and balls

Add fruit powders to your favourite muesli bar or protein ball recipe for a natural fruit flavour hit.

3 popsicles made from sujon fruit powders and coconut cream

8.0 Ice-cream and popsicles

Berries and ice-cream are a match made in heaven. Mix fruit powders into ice-cream bases or popsicle molds to create your own fruit-flavoured treats.

delicious raspberry chocolate truffles

9.0 Chocolate and truffles

Use Sujon fruit powders to infuse chocolates or truffles with fruity notes. Chocolate raspberry balls coated in raspberry powder are a mouthwatering treat that combines the lusciousness of chocolate with the fruity tang of raspberries. Here's a delightful recipe for you to try:


For the chocolate raspberry balls:

  • 1 cup chocolate wafer cookies (such as Oreo chocolate wafers)

  • 1/2 cup icing sugar

  • 1/4 cup unsweetened cocoa powder

  • 1/3 cup Sujon raspberry powder

  • 1/2 cup finely chopped almonds or hazelnuts (optional, for added texture and flavor)

  • 1/4 cup raspberry jam

  • 3 tablespoons honey or maple syrup

  • 3 tablespoons raspberry liqueur (optional but delicious!)

  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract

For the raspberry coating:


  1. In a large mixing bowl, combine the finely crushed chocolate wafer cookies, icing sugar, cocoa powder, raspberry powder, and chopped nuts. Mix well.

  2. Add the raspberry jam, honey, raspberry liqueur and vanilla extract to the dry mixture. Stir the mixture thoroughly until all the ingredients are well combined and form a sticky dough.

  3. Cover the bowl with plastic wrap and refrigerate the mixture for about 30 minutes.

  4. Prepare a plate or shallow dish with raspberry powder and powdered sugar for coating the chocolate raspberry balls.

  5. Once the mixture has chilled, take small portions and roll them between your palms to create bite-sized balls.

  6. Roll each ball in the raspberry powder and powdered sugar mixture until fully coated. This will give the chocolate raspberry balls a delightful raspberry finish.

  7. Place the finished chocolate raspberry balls on a parchment-lined tray or in an airtight container.

  8. Allow the chocolate raspberry balls to chill in the refrigerator for at least 1 hour.

  9. Once chilled and firm, the chocolate raspberry balls coated in raspberry powder are ready to be served and enjoyed!

a vibrant display of fruit powders and spices

10.0 Spice blends

Adding fruit powders into spice blends for a unique and fruity twist on savoury dishes. For example, a mango-chilli powder blend can add a tropical kick to recipes.

If you are looking for other suggestions on how to use your Sujon fruit powders, feel free to reach out to us @sujonberries

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