This casual cake makes a perfectly acceptable breakfast, too. Get our Strawberry Yogurt Snacking Cake recipe here.
This dessert will be your back-pocket recipe all season: Make the semifreddo and compote ahead of time to suit your schedule. The best part? A semifreddo is just that: semi-firm. This dessert won’t get too solid to eat, no matter how long it’s frozen. Get our Strawberry and Honey Semifreddo recipe here.
We use a double dose of strawberries in this impressive dessert. Freeze-dried berries give the meringue its blush-pink hue, while fresh berries add aromatic sweetness. Every batch of fresh strawberries is different so adjust the amounts of sugar and lemon juice as needed in Step 5. Get our Pretty In Pink Strawberry Pavlova recipe here.
All the nostalgic fun of a toaster pastry—with so much more fresh flavour. Get our Glazed Strawberry Hand Pies recipe here.
Tart lime curd and buttery pistachios add a pale green contrast to rosy strawberries and the pairing is reminiscent of those strawberry-kiwi-flavoured treats you enjoyed as a kid. Take the shortcut with store-bought angel food cake; this trifle is full of other homemade elements. Get our Strawberry and Lime Curd Trifle recipe here.
This sweet-and-tart gin cocktail is the perfect toast to fresh, peak-season strawberries. Get our Strawberry Grapefruit Smash recipe here.