10 Spectacular Strawberry Recipes

Strawberry Pie, Strawberry Cake, Strawberry Jam, & More!

June 4, 2018
Angel Food Cake With Strawberries
Becky Luigart-Stayner

There’s nothing like strawberries at the peak of season—juicy, sweet, and ripe! Sure, you can buy strawberries all year-round now, but they’re not as flavorful. Here are 10 super strawberry recipes, from prize-winning strawberry jam to the best strawberry-rhubarb pie.

After you’ve gathered your strawberries (from your garden or local farmers’ market) bring them into the kitchen and try them in these recipes.
Note: Ever rinse strawberries before you store them; wait until right before you use them. See how to store fruit and veggies.

Prize-Winning Strawberry Jam

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Strawberry Crunch Muffins

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Spinach-Strawberry Salad

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Strawberry-Rhubarb Soup

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Grilled Angel Food Cake With Strawberries and Berry-White Sauce

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Fresh Tomato and Strawberry Salsa 


Strawberry Rhubarb Pie


Strawberry Crepes


Strawberry Lemonade


Strawberry Pavlova Cake


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Is your mouth watering? Now go pick some strawberries!

For the sweetest berries, just grow your own! See our free Strawberry Growing Guide.


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Buy, or grow the RIGHT strawberries

I would hope this author would know about strawberries, in the farmer's markets, and in the grocery stores. They are number 1, in the list of the "Dirty Dozen"! They are sprayed heavily, with pesticides, herbicides, just a huge cocktail of chemicals! They may look huge and beautiful in the grocery store, but don't look, their poison!
I myself, grow ORGANIC strawberries, with NO chemicals used at all, and I would suggest people grow them, themselves! In the ground, or in pots, they'll taste MARVELOUS!
I place a airy net over them, sometimes, to keep bugs, from eating holes in the leaves. And then each year, I take my compost that I make with fruit and vegetable scraps, grass, leaves, etc, and when mixed, and with time, you have a beautiful dark color, wonderful soil, to feed your plants. I'm always amazed, how the next day, the leaves are absolutely GREEN, and beautiful! You can tell, they loved it! And of course, gotta keep the weeds out...but I love my strawberries! They are so huge, beautiful, and tasty, I have to wonder, if Monsanto had gotten to them! Lol. But no, it just takes some tender loving care to make them happy.
Remember, no grocery store strawberries, and no farmer's market strawberries! Buy the organic ones, or better yet, grow your own organic ones, and you'll be glad you did! (Goes for any food, or drink, you put into your body, actually!)


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Thank you for adding your helpful advice! Also, when you wash strawberries, wait until they are ready for use. Berries are highly perishable. See how to store fruit and vegetables.