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Simple Strawberry Recipes

Here is everything I promised and more for my Strawberry Recipes Round-Up!

I hope you find some new inspiration for this summer fruit, and remember, they are freezable (see below for a how-to freeze fresh strawberries) so you can have them on hand for when you get a craving and are ready to bake/mix/cook or drink!

A big thank you to all of my featured bloggers for letting me share with ya’ll their best Strawberry Recipes and inspiration! I know you are gonna love what you see…so get ready!

Be sure to follow me on Pinterest too so you can stay up to date with all my goodie finds, there is so much more to love over there!


Strawberry Lemonade

Make refreshing Homemade Strawberry Lemonade with this easy recipe. Fresh strawberries and tangy lemon juice combine to create a delightful summer drink. Just blend, mix, and serve over ice for a cool and fruity beverage. Perfect for picnics, barbecues, or any sunny day!

Two glass of fresh strawberry lemonade on countertop with pitcher and fresh strawberries and lemons beside them.
INCREDIBLE Homemade Strawberry Lemonade Drink Recipe

Strawberry Banana Bread

If you are looking for an updated take on the classic banana bread this is it! There has never been a combination more perfect than strawberries and bananas! Can’t you just picture yourself with a cup of tea and a slice of this sweet bread?


 Courtesy of: The Recipe Critic, click HERE for the recipe!

Easy Strawberry Scones

These Strawberry Scones are heavenly – lightly sweet and perfectly fluffy, with strawberries in every bite, and they are super easy to make!

fresh baked strawberry scones with white chocolate drizzle on baking tray

Click HERE for my Scone Recipe

Easy Strawberry Jam

This slightly “runny” 3 ingredient strawberry jam is perfect for spreading on your morning toast! She also includes incredible tips for the canning process, making this one a new favorite in our house!


Courtesy of: Sweet & Savory by Shinee, click HERE for the recipe!

Five Ingredient Strawberry Salsa

A fresh update on traditional salsa to go with your favorite tortilla chip! The sweetness of the strawberries pairs perfectly with the saltiness of the chips to curb any craving you might be having.

In under 10 minutes you are ready to eat…and it is so pretty to look at to!


Courtesy of: Gimmie Some Oven, click HERE for the recipe!

Strawberry Pretzel Parfait

This is such a simple one! It uses yogurt too so you can enjoy it for breakfast or dessert! The addition of the pretzels gives it a nice crunchy texture to go with the sweetness of the strawberries and the tartness of the yogurt. 


Courtesy of: Dessert for Two, click HERE for the recipe!

Strawberry Coconut Greek Yogurt Popsicles

Here is a simple, 3 ingredient popsicle that is perfect for the hot summer day ahead! The addition of the coconut Greek yogurt makes these to die for, and since it makes 6 popsicles you will always have them on hand for when you get a craving! 

Yogurt Pop

Click HERE for my recipe!

Strawberry Rice Krispies

Here’s one EVERYONE will love! Vamp up the traditional rice krispie recipe with the addition of strawberry…o-m-g!

Uses strawberry Jell-O, but I would serve with some macerated strawberries on top to add that additional pop of flavor and make it more adult friendly! I am making a batch now, who’s with me!?


Courtesy of: Living Well Mom, click HERE for the recipe! 

Strawberry Shortcake Daiquiri

Who doesn’t love a nice cold drink on a hot day? Now imagine yourself sipping on this strawberry daiquiri…but wait there’s more to it! Adding in whipped cream and almond milk she makes a silky slusshhhhy shortcake version of our favorite classic daiquiri!

You need to also check out her other strawberry drinks and goodies featured, I promise you will not be disappointed (but your waistline might grow a little bit 😉 ).


Courtesy of: The Farm Girl Gabs, click HERE for the recipe!

Classic Strawberry Shortcake

A classic recipe we all need to have on hand for when these gems are fresh and in season, nothing screams summertime like a heap of strawberry shortcake on your plate and drink in hand!


Courtesy of: Delectable Cooking & Baking, click HERE for the recipe!

Strawberry Mint Bliss

A delicious strawberry drink that can be made alcoholic or as a mocktail. Fresh strawberries combine with Italian soda and fresh crushed mint for a one of a kind summer drink.

Strawberry Mint Cocktail Drink in clear glass pitcher on patio table with mason jar glasses

Click HERE for this delicious Strawberry Drink

Strawberry Brownie Cheesecake

A no-bake cheesecake on top of a brownie and topped with strawberries…what more do I need to say!? The hardest part of this one will be letting it chill in the fridge the time it needs…I mean you could just eat it as is right?


Courtesy of: Life, Love & Sugar, click HERE for the recipe!

Strawberry Quinoa Salad

A fun fresh salad for summer dinners, you can even add protein, such as a nice grilled chicken breast, to make it a full meal! It uses a simple vinaigrette dressing to make it fresh and easy for any weeknight and can even be made in advance! Win, win, win!

Courtesy of: Love and Lemons, click HERE for the recipe! 

Frozen Strawberry Lemonade

This recipe is sweet and tangy blending fresh strawberries with a delicious lemonade to make a slushy version of a well loved classic! It makes 2 glasses…perfect for sharing…or NOT!


Courtesy of: Pumpkin N Spice, click HERE for the recipe! 

More like this

How to Freeze Fresh Strawberries

If you went strawberry picking, or bought a ton of fresh berries when they were in season, here are some common questions for freezing them to make sure you have them all year long:

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How do you prepare strawberries for the freezer?

To make sure your strawberries will freeze well there are a couple of essential steps! First of all, you want to wash the berries and allow them to drain in a strainer fully. Once the berries are dry you can then transfer them to a parchment lined baking sheet and put them directly in the freezer. Allow them to freeze for 24 hours before moving them to freezer safe bags.

Should strawberries be washed before freezing them?

You should always wash your strawberries before preparing them for the freezer. Washing them first ensures that any dirt and bugs are rinsed off and not sealed in! The best way to do this is using a fruit strainer for them to dry in before adding them to a baking tray to freeze.

How do you freeze strawberries without them getting mushy?

The key to freezing berries without them getting mushy is in the drying process. Begin with the steps above (wash thoroughly in a strainer) allow to drip dry and then transfer to paper towel or a clean kitchen towel and gently pat dry to remove any leftover water. Then space the berries apart on a parchment lined baking sheet and let them freeze uncovered for 24 hours before storing in the freezer. This ensures that all the excess moisture from washing is gone and your strawberries will taste as fresh as the day they were picked!


Thursday 18th of April 2019

MMmmm that strawberry pretzel parfait is the first thing I would make. But they all look good!

Alexandra | Occasionally Eggs

Tuesday 12th of July 2016

Ooh, there are so many great looking recipes here! I live in a rural area too and have way too many strawberries right now - thank you!


Tuesday 12th of July 2016

Get pickin' Alexandra!!! Have fun trying out the different recipes and thanks so much for stopping by!

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Tuesday 12th of July 2016

[…] I hope you took my advice and went strawberry picking so you could enjoy the recipes I posted in my Strawberry Round-Up! They won’t be “in season” here for much longer so we try to take advantage of […]

Carlen Cooper

Monday 11th of July 2016

wow, strawberry quinoa salad! I have a feeling that will be a lot better received at my house because of the sweet strawberries! Thanks for sharing. - Carlen |


Monday 11th of July 2016

Always nice to freshen things up, especially when you can trick the kids into eating healthy!! :) Enjoy!


Monday 11th of July 2016

Those greek yogurt pops look so good!! And I can never resist a rice krispie treat :) That's so awesome that you're sharing all these different recipes in one place!


Monday 11th of July 2016

Thanks!! I love to feature many different recipes when doing my round-ups, a little something for everyone! Let me know if you make the popsicles, they are one of my favourites!!