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I am so super excited that Desi is moving back here to Georgia! She’s in kind of a holding pattern right now while they wait for their house to be ready so Anakin and I took a day this week to help them get out and have some fun.
One of the best things about living out here is that there are so many things to do close by. This day we decided to go strawberry picking at Washington Farms. It was great! There was a little residual mud left from the rain the week before but the temperature was really nice and the strawberries were beautiful.
So… What the hey am I supposed to do with 2 gallons of strawberries??!! I froze half of them for smoothies and such but wow I still have a lot! So, here are some recipes from my favorite blog-chefs.
1. Cold Strawberry Soda – I just love Chef John! He does the BEST videos and his recipes are ah-may-zing!
2. Strawberry Oat Squares – This is a vegan and natural food blog and one of my go-to recipe sites.
3. Strawberry Jam – Because you can’t make the above recipe without it.
4. Chocolate Covered Strawberries – Anakin and I already did these and they were ridiculous.
5. Homemade Pop-Tarts – These are a little bit of work but so worth it!
6. Healthy Strawberry Shortcake Muffins – Ingredients list is on the right when you click the link.
7. Natural Fruit Popsicles – Perfect for these summer afternoons!
8. Strawberry Leather – May I say, Anakin and I have done this before and it is messy! But so good!
11. Strawberry Slab Pie – This is a post for cherry because it’s the best post I can find with great instructions but you can do it with strawberries just remember to add sugar to make up for the tartness.
12. Icebox Cake – Great for those 4th of July parties coming up!
13. Jello Pretzel Salad – Salads are healthy. This is not. You’re welcome.
14. Fruit Pizza – Seriously there’s about a hundred ways to do this, but this one is the best.
16. Strawberry Thumbprints – Also about a hundred ways to make these but I like the heartiness of the walnuts in this recipe.
What strawberry recipes do you keep in your arsenal?