Mid-Winter Fruit Reprieve: 8 Snacks, Breakfasts, & Desserts with Frozen Fruit

Mid-Winter Fruit Reprieve: 8 Snacks, Breakfasts, & Desserts with Frozen Fruit

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Emma Christensen
Jan 25, 2012
It is a bitter irony that we seem to crave fresh fruit right when it is most scarce. Which is to say, right now in the heart of winter. Frozen fruit might not be quite the same, but used in the right place, it can give everything from pancakes to trifle a splash of summer flavor. All fruits freeze remarkably well, retaining their flavor and color even after a few months in the freezer. You lose some texture after thawing, but since we're mostly using frozen fruits in baked goods or dessert sauces, this usually isn't a big deal. During the winter, I keep blueberries, strawberries, and raspberries stocked in my freezer. These three seem to be the most versatile for my cooking, and I use them interchangeably in recipes. • Tangy Raspberry Fool from Martha StewartFrozen Orange and Mango Smoothie from BBC Good FoodMarbled Lemon Blueberry Butter Cake from Leite's CulinariaRaspberry Oatmeal Scones from A Cozy KitchenSweet Cherry Cobbler from GourmetStrawberry Panna Cotta with Strawberry Compote from EpicuriousButtermilk Berry Muffins from Joy of BakingFrozen Fruit and Yogurt Roll-Ups from Tidy Mom What are your favorite mid-winter recipes with frozen fruit? Related: 5 Ways to Break Out of Your Winter Salad Rut (Images: Martha Stewart and BBC Good Food)
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