Thick Fruit Smoothie

 
Mother's Day Smothie with Strawberries

May 6th 2015By Shushy Turin

"I Knead You Smoothie": Using dry bread to thicken soups is an age-old trick; why not apply the same thing to a smoothie? This is a great smoothie for those of you who love a thick smoothie mustache but hate bananas. Feel free to get a little fancy-dancy and spike the smoothie with some white wine or sparkly champagne.

 

Strawberry Spinach Salad

 
strawberry spinach salad

June 7th 2013By Nutrition by Bru

oO of my favorite summer salads… This recipe for Strawberry Spinach Salad is light and refreshing. It is perfect for a beach barbeque or backyard party.

 

Strawberry Nectarine Panzanella with Blue Cheese and Mixed Greens

 
Strawberry Nectarine Panzanella with Blue Cheese

May 20th 2015By Shira Buzelan

In Israel we get positively giddy when there is a crossover in seasonal produce. While strawberry season is coming to close, stone fruits are just beginning to make an appearance and they are lovely. For a new take on an old classic, this recipe features strawberries and nectarines paired with a strong blue cheese, fresh herbs and the requisite toasted bread. Tossed with fresh mixed greens, this salad is a lovely accompaniment to any dairy meal.

 

Strawberry Frozen Yogurt Squares

 
Strawberry Frozen Yogurt Squares

May 18th 2012By Joy of Kosher

 

Strawberry and Blueberry Flavored Ice Cubes

 
Strawberry and Blueberry Flavored Ice Cubes

July 10th 2013By Melinda Strauss

When you're looking for a refreshing kick to a simple glass of water, these berry flavored ice cubes are a great choice!

 

Sensational Strawberries

 
Homemade Strawberry Jam

May 19th 2011By Chef Laura Frankel

Strawberries are my favorite fruit. They are available all year round, but are really only in season in the North and Midwest May and June.

 

Dipped Strawberries

 
Dipped-Strawberries

June 6th 2014By Erin Gleeson

I have fond memories of camping at the beach as a kid and eating Dipped Strawberries (in the sweets section of the book). You simply prepare a bowl of Greek Yogurt (or in my 1980s case, sour cream) and a bowl of brown sugar. Dip fresh strawberries first in the yogurt, then in the sugar, then eat immediately. It’s a fun interactive sweet treat.

 

(Not-Your-Kids’) Milk and Cookies