|Place of origin||Netherlands|
|Region or state||Groningen|
|Serving temperature||Warm or cold|
|Main ingredients||Berry juices (red currant, black currant or bilberry), water, pearl barley, sugar, honey, fruits and berries|
|Cookbook: Krentjebrij Media: Krentjebrij|
Krentjebrij is a Groningen/north Drenthe name for a traditional soup or porridge-like dessert with juice of berries that is eaten either warm or cold. It is also known as watergruel or krintsjebrij in Friesland. While there is no exact English translation for the word Krentjebrij, it could be called Raisin Porridge, Berry Soup, Berry Gruel, or a literal translation could be "currants cooked to mush". A commercially available product called Bessola is made in the Netherlands.