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My Family's Favorite Strawberry Recipes


Strawberry season is in full swing here in New England.  It's one of my favorite times of the year.   We hit the fields and bring home somewhere around 15 pounds of beautiful, juicy, sweet delicious berries. These are some of my family's favorite strawberry dishes.

If you've never made homemade shortcake before, you're missing out.  I love the vanilla added to the berry mixture.


 
Either full size or as minis, these Berry Sour Cream muffins are always a hit! They're great for breakfast, or snacking.  I make them all summer long, starting with strawberries in June, then blueberries in July, and winding up with blackberries in August.


 
Strawberries aren't just for desserts!  Strawberry Salad with Mojito Vinaigrette 

 strawberry salad on blue and white tablecloth with bottle of dressing
 
Another favorite is Citrus Berry Cake. It's like a shortcut version of strawberry shortcake. Great with fresh whipped cream or a dusting of powdered sugar.


 
Cool down with a delicious Strawberry Patch Frost



 
This Strawberry Pineapple Jam is always on the "to make" list.  It's so good on English muffins or homemade bread!



One of my most recent favorites is this Fresh Strawberry Salsa. I've been eating this non stop for the past few weeks. 



Looking for a sweet treat to beat the heat?  Make Strawberry Lemonade Popsicles! Nothing beats the summer heat like a cold, refreshing, fruity popsicle.



 
 
 

 



I developed a serious addiction to Homemade Frozen Strawberry Lemonade when a fast food restaurant put it on their menu.  Now I make it at home, sometimes even a spiked version to enjoy on the patio!

 

How about breakfast? These Strawberry Cream Cheese Waffles are super easy to put together! My kid loves these (and so do I!). 

Strawberry Rhubarb Ice Pops


 Streusel Strawberry Muffins

Just look at the beautiful bits of strawberry and the light and fluffy texture!  These were great by themselves but they'd also be awesome griddled with some strawberry butter. 


 



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