Tag: Strawberry

STRAWBERRY LEMONADE POPSICLES

POPSICLES!!! Oh My Gosh I have newly discovered them! Growing up, there was nothing like an ice cold popsicle on a hot summer day. They made your lips freeze, your tongue turn colors (lots of dye:( and summer seem all the sweeter because of them. Then, the 21st century hit […]

STRAWBERRY SALAD

Strawberry season is finally here and I will indulge, once again, in a favorite salad that marries the beautiful sweet and savory flavors on one plate! Can you believe I planned for this way back in February, when I planted some lettuce seeds in a few indoor pots? AND THEY […]

STRAWBERRY TARTS

I can’t think of a better way to awaken spring, than with Strawberries! These non-dairy, coconut custard tarts, layered with strawberries are just the right portion of a sweet treat to get your imagination spiraling for all the other things we love in spring time. Mason jar lids are the […]

STRAWBERRY LAYERED CAKE

Nothing says springtime like strawberries. And so, in the dead of winter, don’t you think we need to dream a little? For Valentine Day, I am serving this delicately flavored pound cake with strawberry infused whipped cream, and of course, lots and lots of strawberries!  Cake Ingredients Makes 1 large […]

STRAWBERRY VINAIGRETTE

    Strawberries and Spring just go together! You know what else goes together? Homemade Strawberry Vinaigrette to toss with our refreshing Strawberry Spinach Salad! This dressing is fast and easy to make, and it will keep in the fridge for several weeks. The flavors of this dressing make for […]

FROZEN STRAWBERRY DESSERT

The onset of summer stimulates the taste buds for lots of frozen desserts! A beautiful spring morning in a field of strawberries, a cool mist settled over the leaves, and reminded me of the crystals that form over the top of a frozen summer dessert. I knew exactly what dessert […]

RHUBARB and STRAWBERRY ICE CREAM

  Rhubarb and Strawberry Ice Cream  Although in ancient times Rhubarb passed through the ports of Aleppo and Smyrna for the usage of medicine by the Greeks and Turks, it was the Brits that discovered this non-fruit Herb to have just the right tartness to enhance the baking of sweets. […]