Enjoy our collection of delicious dishes featuring the ever-popular strawberry.
Layer upon layer of crisp pastry, rich white chocolate custard and fresh berries make an impressive dessert for company.
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This show-stopping classic is less intimidating to make than it appears. Top it with whatever fresh berries are local or in season. For a pretty presentation, tie a ribbon around it.
Celebrate strawberry season with this classic ruby-red jam. The vanilla bean is what makes this the ultimate jam recipe -- it elevates the flavour and scent to warm, heady heights. For all you purists out there, simply omit the vanilla.
These convenient rolls are packed with natural fruit. Buy in-season local strawberries for the best flavour. Don't worry if the parchment paper wrinkles when spreading the mixture, the fruit leather will still bake evenly.
Shredded coconut in the crumble topping adds tropical flair to an otherwise classic recipe. Many people with celiac disease can still consume oats, but to be absolutely sure yours haven't been in contact with gluten from other products, look for bags labelled "pure uncontaminated oats." You'll find them in health food stores or the natural foods aisle of your supermarket.
This lightened-up version of strawberries and cream is a pop worthy of any hot summer day. The berries are the star of this frozen treat, so use ripe, in-season strawberries for optimum flavour.
This fresh-tasting dessert is made with a tart rhubarb sauce that offsets the sweetness of the fresh strawberries and zippy citrus custard. Use a bar zester to create beautiful orange zest curls for the garnish.
Pies aren't usually among the gluten-free goodies in grocery stores. This all-purpose crust solves that problem. The pastry is delicate, so roll it out between sheets of parchment paper to keep it from crumbling. That will also make transferring it to the pie plate a cinch. Dust the paper lightly with tapioca flour between rolls if you find the pastry is sticking to it.
This Canada Day–themed dessert is bright and refreshing. Assembling your cake the night before saves time and allows the flavours to combine. Choose the ripest, reddest strawberries for the perfect flag topping.
Flecked with cubes of pound cake, this rosy pink dessert is a festive yet surprisingly light finish to a special meal.
Pour strawberries into large Dutch oven.
Combine pectin crystals with 1/4 cup (50 mL) of the sugar; stir into pan. Bring to full rolling boil over hig...
Rhubarb cooked in a double boiler stays more intact than when it's stewed, plus it looks pretty beside the fresh strawberries.
In blender, pur?yogurt, strawberries, lemon rind and lemon juice until smooth. Garnish each serving with a strawberry.
With store-bought cake, this dessert will be ready before you know it, making it a quick, no-fuss choice for a dinner party.
For a June wedding, or any party for that matter, try this pretty white wine, strawberry and champagne punch.
Strawberry Puree: In food processor or blender, puree strawberries until smooth. Strain through fine sieve into bowl; stir in sugar until dissolved. S...
In bowl, stir strawberries with sugar. Cut four 2-inch (5 cm) wide wedges of angel food cake. Top each with 1/2 cup (125 mL) of the strawberries and 1...
This slasa makes a lovely accompaniment for grilled chicken.
Smoothies are the ultimate hearty no-cook wonder drink and kids love them. Use frozen fruit because it will keep the smoothie ice cold. Just give it a shake before drinking.
Serve this granular strawberry ice as a refreshing, light alternative to ice cream. It's also delicious as a cool palate cleanser between courses for a fancy evening of entertaining.
Neighbours can share the production of this inviting dessert. One can make the cake while others bring the ice cream and berries.
The lemon biscuit and custard add a freshness to this finest of all June desserts. Garnish with a curl of lemon rind.
Complete your Easter lunch with a cake that's light as a feather and swirled with the pale pink of pur strawberries. If you like, garnish with whole strawberries instead of sliced.
A mascarpone cheese topping and glazed strawberries create a sweet version of everyone's favourite food: pizza. To keep the crust crisp, top it right before serving.
In food processor or blender, pur?cantaloupe with strawberries until smooth; pour into bowl. Add sugar; stir until dissolved.
Stir in orange juice, wi...
For this freezer-ready meringue cake, we offer two techniques to set the gelatin: in the refrigerator or the quicker method of chilling the bowl of strawberries and gelatin in a larger bowl of ice water.
Wine vinegar pairs surprisingly well with berries and fruit. This ruby-red wine vinegar reduction has a sweet-sour complexity that makes it a lively accompaniment to this smooth strawberry-infused Italian custard.
Strawberry Peach Sauce: In saucepan, bring peaches, sugar and cinnamon to boil over medium heat. Reduce heat and simmer, stirring gently once or twice...
Not quite a souffle not quite a crepe, this intriguing baked pancake relies entirely on eggs to puff it into a crusty and tender case for fruit. Use a nonstick skillet with an ovenproof handle (or wrap regular handle with foil) or a seasoned cast-iron skillet. Before preheating the oven, place racks in centre and bottom positions. The puff is baked on the centre one and the other one should be out of the way so that the top of the puff doesn't touch it.
What's better in the morning than a bite of something delicious with a cup of coffee? This coffee cake's strawberries and rhubarb offer just the right sweet-and-sour balance for a tasty morning treat.
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