Strawberries often find themselves as a main ingredient in desserts. From tortes and trifles to frosting and fluff, you'll find a few recipes here that will make you appreciate the full flavor of strawberries even more.
Almond paste, a mix of equal parts ground almonds and sugar, adds nice nutty flavor to this homemade cake.
Fun fruit dips turn plain strawberries into a great appetizer.
The next time you entertain, serve these easy individual cakes coated in a honey and lime juice mixture and topped with a dollop of whipped cream.
For a kid-friendly,nonalcoholic version of this dessert, use white grape juice instead of wine and reduce the sugar to 2 tablespoons. Don't forget the mint sprigs garnish.
Sweetened strawberries top buttery shortcakes. Mix it up by tossing together a fresh topping of blueberries, raspberries, and blackberries.
Brownie enthusiasts will adore this chocolate cake's rich texture, while strawberry fans will cheer for the buttery icing.
Fresh berries get a sweet orange-flavored topping in this light baked dessert recipe.
Toss those artificial syrups! Puree berries, peaches or mangoes for a fresh and additive-free beverage-starter. Feel free to skip the ice cream to make a refreshing fruit soda.
A truly memorable treat on their own, these yummy morsels also can be used to embellish cakes, tortes, tarts, and many other festive desserts.
This crowd-pleasing layer cake is easier than it looks. You only make one batter, then tint portions with cocoa powder and strawberry jam.
Mound juicy, ripe, red strawberries on top of tender shortcake biscuits for this incredible dessert.
While this slow cooker crumble tastes incredible with its oat topping, the compote would also be lovely mixed into oatmeal or yogurt.
Mix and match the combination of fresh seasonal berries and fruits for this fruit snack or dessert recipe.
Strawberry soup is a fun spin on the dessert course. Ingredients such as vanilla bean and a cinnamon stick add depth and flavor to make this a dish you can serve all year.