Introducing the sweet sibling of strawberry shortcake that might just become your new favorite frozen strawberry bar recipe! A bit of cornstarch is all you need to thicken the frozen strawberry sauce in this dessert lasagna.
If you like tart soft-serve fro-yo, you'll go wild for this frozen strawberry yogurt recipe you churn at home. Each recipe makes 16 servings (unless you're like us and need large servings because this better-than-scoop-shop treat is so delicious).
Grab a package of frozen strawberries in syrup and use some of the frozen strawberry sauce in the cream cheese frosting, then fold the berries themselves and a bit more of the sauce into the cake batter.
Tip: When it's not fresh berry season, top with red sprinkles or sanding sugar instead of a whole strawberry.
Fine, these are more like frozen strawberry bars than a salad, but either way, we’re wild about this nostalgic frozen strawberry treat. A pretzel crust, whipped topping filling, and strawberry-studded gelatin create the eye-catching layered look.
Recipes using frozen strawberries don’t come much simpler than this. Simply blend the thawed fruit; stir together with limeade concentrate, juice or rum, and soda; and your punch is party-ready.
When berries aren't at their peak, bake a decadent cheesecake and top with strawberry-rhubarb compote. This nods to the fresh flavors while showcasing the versatility of frozen strawberry treats.
For a low-cal frozen strawberry treat, blend watermelon, berries, sguar, and water. Then freeze it. You don't even need a special churner to make this icy, refreshing dessert.
Frozen strawberry sauce becomes the star of happy hour when you simmer a package of unsweetened berries with lemon, pink peppercorns, honey, and sage. A spalsh of bubbly turns it into a mocktail (club soda) or cocktail (sparkling wine).
No need to make a custard. All this luscious homemade ice cream takes is mixing milk and cream into mashed strawberries—and cream cheese for a cheesecake-like touch. Freeze it up for a rich frozen strawberry treat.
Don't rely on only ice to make your cocktails chilly. Use frozen fruit like berries, mangoes, and peaches to thicken without watering drinks down. This frozen strawberry treat is perfect for pairing with chips and salsa, or any of your favorite happy hour finger foods.
There's a surprise in this pie-inspired ice cream: mini marshmallows. They replace some of the sugar and eggs. Enjoy a scoop of this recipe using frozen strawberries as-is with a spoon, in a waffle cone or bowl, or sandwiched between a couple sugar cookies.
Cool off on a warm day with this nonalcoholic frozen strawberry limeade. In addition to the berries and limes (of course), its made with coconut water and watermelon for a healthy hydration boost.
Start this crumble (like a frozen strawberry crisp but without oats) with frozen berries and rhubarb (and a splash of liqueur), and finish with a topping of buttery almond and brown sugar. Plate with a spoonful of creme fraiche or whipped cream for a riff on the berries and cream concept.