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This was a crowd pleaser this weekend:I combined sliced strawberries with balsamic glaze, honey (I also added a little sugar to the berries first), and a little lemon zest. I served them with a dollop of mascarpone cheese and fresh mint. I'm not a big on measuring, so I just eyeballed the ingredients and tasted as I went. It was yummy.
might I add that paula deen has an amazing strawerry cream pie recipe! its my new go-to strawberry dessert when I need to fancy them up
Victoria sandwich cake. Classic fave with strawberries.
Here's an evil/genius idea for using up leftover white chocolate cream cheese frosting. I sliced open strawberries, filled with frosting, then dipped in bittersweet chocolate. I brought them to a party and everyone had a surprise when they bit into them. So easy, pretty and tasty!
Strawberries dipped in sour cream are to die for.Also just strawberries dipped in sugar.
I love making Giada's Zabaglione (http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/giada-de-laurentiis/grapefruit-zabaglione-over-mixed-berries-recipe/index.html). It's the perfect dessert on a warm sunny day.
Love the strawberries with balsamic and black pepper. I've had it before with basil sorbet, which was incredible.
Right now my very favorite dessert is fresh strawberries , dipped -- or, well, smothered -- in honey-flavored Greek yogurt. Delicious!
If you've got strawberries to use up and no time to make anything with them, try this combo I learned years ago from a friend. Dip a strawberry in sour cream then roll in brown sugar. The final step is merely to pop it in your mouth! It makes a quick and easy, if not lowfat dessert to use those strawberries before they go bad.
Mmm... we made homemade rosewater ice cream this weekend and served it with a ton of fresh cut strawberries. was delish!
We've been diggin on the classic Strawberry Rhubarb Pie around here this spring!http://pfdrecipes.blogspot.com/2010/04/strawberry-rhubarb-pie.html
Stewed Strawberries and Rhubarb, over ice cream. YUM.
funny, i made a strawberry dessert last night. puff pastry cooked and cooled, topped with cream whipped to medium peaks, then topped with strawberries that had been hanging out in a tablespoon of honey and two julienned basil leaves. i definitely recommend it.
Posting here b/c the scones recipe post is so old.Can you freeze this dough uncooked? Or do the baked scones freeze well? We've just started trying to eat seasonally, and being without strawberries for most of the year is kind of making me cry. Could I whip up a bunch of this stuff to save for later or would it be gross or have a bad texture?
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