What happens when you mix fruit salad with the Fourth of July? An American flag shaped fruit salad, obviously.
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To celebrate the Fourth, these star-shaped biscuits are topped with a strawberry-blueberry sauce and a dollop of whipped cream.
In this breakfast spin on strawberry shortcakes, easy buttermilk biscuits are served open face with freshly sliced strawberries and a cloud of milky whipped cream.
Strawberries are reaching their peak, so it's time to use them up. Need some inspiration? Look to the SE community—folks are using them in popsicles, pies, cupcakes, smoothies, tarts, and more!
This tender buttermilk poppyseed cake topped with sweet roasted strawberries is a great way to use up your less than perfect fruit.
When strawberries are in season I support strawberry shortcake in all forms and this recipe is quite possibly the easiest strawberry shortcake ever.
Have you finally retired your scarf and gloves and are itching to get in the kitchen to start whipping up some summery delights? Nothing screams humid, dawdling evenings quite like a scarlet strawberry baked good. Before you head out to pick a pint of these supple delights, though, brush up on some tips and tricks to ensure your first toe-dip into summer is a refreshing experience.
Friands are incredibly simple, easy cakelets that keep well in both baked and unbaked forms. A perfect moist foil for a cup of tea or coffee, they're closely related to financiers and madeleines and are very easy to adapt to any taste.
Depending on where you live, you're either at the cusp of strawberry season or enjoying the first few ripe red berries. Either way, it's time to start planning what you'll make once you've got bushels of strawberries at your disposal.
I'm not Miss Manners but there are some social graces that I hate to see fall out of fashion. Door holding is one, RSVPing another. (I can see when you've open my Paperless Post invitation—why not just respond?) I was brought up with the notion that you arrive on time, you dress for the occasion, and you always, always serve dessert to dinner guests.
Did you know you can make jam with frozen fruit? Sweet strawberries are the life of the party in this recipe, and we've invited tart cranberries as well, making for a bright red taste explosion. This jam is ultra flavorful, and it will cause your sun-starved salivary glands to kick into high gear.
Galettes are the scrappy, easygoing cousins of pie. This strawberry version makes the most of the late summer crop.
No one wants to bake when it's hot out. Thankfully, this lemon-almond cake from The Seasonal Baker: Easy Recipes From My Home Kitchen To Make Year-Round can be made days ahead of time; its use of oil instead of butter gives it a longer shelf life. Keep the berries cold and the cake warm, and you've got a glorious dessert. Cake sandwich, anyone?
We were so inspired by your strawberry recipes that we just had to share our own favorites. Here are 10 sweet strawberry recipes that we love.
Making the best strawberry sorbet comes down to two simple rules: use the best berries you can find, and follow a straightforward ratio of fruit to sugar.
Ripe, ruby-red summer strawberries are impossible to resist at the farmers market, yet once at home they last maybe two days before they start to wrinkle, mush, and mold. Could there be a more perfect fruit for home preserving?
Red and juicy with their cute green tops, there is nothing quite like fresh strawberries. And from shortcake to pavlova to deconstructed ichigo daifuku, you're happily ringing in the season with these 18 strawberry sweets.
What would summer be without strawberries? Now that their tiny, dimpled faces are blushing at the markets once again, it's good to have some solid recipes up your sleeve. Shortcake is a given, but for something a bit more fancy, a pie is always a crowd-pleaser and the perfect closer to any balmy summer meal.
The pillowy interior of these cupcakes is revealed when the meringue tops are gently sawed off. The hollows of the cupcakes are then filled with Nutella and sliced strawberries.
Strawberries are the ultimate fruit for coating in chocolate for a number of reasons. The dry exterior gives the chocolate something to hold onto (slices of wet fruit are a major challenge for chocolate dipping). They're also the perfect pop-in-your-mouth size. Or, if you prefer, grasp on to the green stem and nibble through the hardened candy chocolate shell into the luscious gush of juicy sweet-tart berry inside. Aphrodisiac? Definitely.