Enjoy our collection of delicious dishes featuring the ever-popular strawberry.
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...
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Flecked with cubes of pound cake, this rosy pink dessert is a festive yet surprisingly light finish to a special meal.
Rhubarb cooked in a double boiler stays more intact than when it's stewed, plus it looks pretty beside the fresh strawberries.
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.
In blender, pur?yogurt, strawberries, lemon rind and lemon juice until smooth. Garnish each serving with a strawberry.
No one will miss the fat in this show-stopping dessert: traditionally layers of fruit and custard or whipped cream in a cake-lined mould. Yogurt mousse replaces the traditional filling, and a lightened-up topping replaces the whipped cream. For a quicker option, follow the tip to use store-bought ladyfingers.
Strawberry Puree: In food processor or blender, puree strawberries until smooth. Strain through fine sieve into bowl; stir in sugar until dissolved. S...
In large bowl, stir strawberries with lemon juice. Add low-calorie sweetener. Mix in light pectin crystals; let stand for 30 minutes, stirring occasio...
In food processor, puree strawberries with sugar. Blend in yogurt and orange juice. (Or puree berries in food mill. In bowl, combine berries with suga...
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...
Golden coconut-macaroon mounds blanket a warm filling of spring's first fruit.
This slasa makes a lovely accompaniment for grilled chicken.
The sweetness of strawberries, tang of vinegar and heat of pepper create a perfectly balanced preserve to enjoy with cheese and crackers.
Pour strawberries, banana and lemon juice into large Dutch oven.
Combine 1 pkg (49 g) light fruit pectin crystals with 1/4 cup (50 mL) of the sugar; s...
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.
The buttermilk gives a smooth texture and a sharpness that makes this drink distinctive.
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.
This is one of the prettiest summer drinks. It suits all ages and goes down as smoothly at an evening cocktail party as at a lazy afternoon gathering on the veranda.
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.
Raspberry concentrate adds intense berry flavour to this ruby red, softly set preserve.
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.
You can assemble and refrigerate this taste of summer for up to two hours.
These light and airy individual soufflee must be served right away, but they're such a delicious surprise that they're worth the last-minute effort. Sliced macerated strawberries on top echo the flavour and add a hit of freshness.
Sour Cream Biscuits: In large bowl, whisk together flour, half of the sugar, baking powder, baking soda and salt. With pastry blender or 2 knives, cut...
A vanilla bean infuses this strawberry jam with intriguing flavour and aroma.
Juicy berries, a crispy shell and a creamy filling make a great combination of textures in this irresistible dessert. You can also use 8 oz (250 g) softened cream cheese instead of the mascarpone, if desired.
In blender, blend fresh strawberries, Splenda® Granulated and yogurt; strain into bowl. Set aside.
In small bowl, sprinkle gelatin over 1/4 cup (50 m...
Surround this gooey warm cheese with crisp crackers to scoop up the cheese and some of the tangy topping. You can use an 8-oz (250 g) wedge of cheese if you can't find the rounds; however, the melting cheese won't look as attractive.
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