We found a new favorite slice. The strawberry syrup is perfect for topping ice cream and yogurt, or mix about 3 Tbsp. This strawberry rhubarb fool dessert is super easy, and it is beautifully layered in glasses. A homemade whipped cream adds the finishing touch. This masterpiece is best when eaten outside with friends. Or use a tub of frozen and thawed whipped topping. Cooking advice that works. Perfect for your next potluck. You’re looking at the quintessential June dessert, perfected by the BA Test Kitchen. You've got to try this version. All you need is a bowl to make semifreddo happen. It doesn’t get more summery than these delicate cornmeal pancakes with rum-spiked strawberry compote. To revisit this article, visit My Profile, then View saved stories. Aside from banana, we can’t think of a fruit that wouldn’t be good in this drink. This recipe is made with only three ingredients; strawberries, sugar, and lemon juice. Big fat strips of dough make for a rustic and modern-looking pie (and they’re easy to weave into a lattice). Serious strawberry overload! We paired peppery watercress with bright rhubarb and sweet berries in an unexpected, delightful spring salad. Sweet strawberries are a brilliant addition to angel food cake. The balsamic dressing is simple and adds just the right amount of flavor. Make jam now and enjoy strawberries all year. A light citrus and olive oil dressing is all you need to finish this beauty off. We think so. Galettes were invented to make amateur bakers feel like pros. A prepared poppy seed dressing would be delicious as well. This deluxe shortcake is the perfect dessert for a cookout or summer family gathering. RELATED: Ina Garten’s 13 Best Summer Recipes of All Time. Enjoy this lovely salad as a satisfying lunch or dinner—no side dishes necessary. We don’t know what we’d do without this easy, crowd-pleasing dessert. Seriously addictive. An unexpected combination from Coterie member Liz Harris that totally works. This recipe method concentrates the berries’ flavors, so the more delicious they are to begin with, the better they will be dried. © 2020 Condé Nast. Recipes you want to make. By using The Spruce Eats, you accept our. The Spruce Eats uses cookies to provide you with a great user experience. Oh, and if you somehow aren’t able to get to them all before they start to turn from perfectly ripe to overripe, there’s always this trick! Your favorite brunch crowd pleaser just got a whole lot easier. Our new favorite salad. Bon Appétit may earn a portion of sales from products that are purchased through our site as part of our Affiliate Partnerships with retailers. Southern-cuisine expert and cookbook author Diana Rattray has created more than 5,000 recipes articles in her 20 years as a food writer. They aren't washed until just before they're eaten. Mashed strawberries flavor the cake and the cream cheese frosting. Juicy, fruit-filled pies call for a baked-through bottom crust. All you have to do is invert the cake onto a platter and...you’re done. into room-temperature butter for spreading onto biscuits, pancakes, and French toast. Because this crisp is barely sweetened, leaning into in-season berries instead of added sugar, it's a perfectly acceptable brunch or breakfast. We’ll start chilling the glasses. Because the last thing you want to do in the summer heat is turn on the oven. Healthy yet satisfying recipe from Coterie member Monique Volz? Courtesy of Coterie member Maria Lichty (because summer sides should be easy). This cocktail is perfect for summer evenings on the water. RELATED: 17 Salad Recipes For People Who Really Hate Salad. Seniors On Medicare Are Getting a Big Pay Day in 2020, Expert: “This credit card is so good I signed up personally”, © Photo: Liz Andrew/Styling: Erin McDowell, © Photo: Mark Weinberg/Styling: Erin McDowell. TWEET. 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Using a cookie cutter as a guide to shape and form the scones instead of rolling and cutting them out ensures tenderness. Here’s your opportunity to use up berries that are slightly past their prime. A subtle, not-too-sweet version of our favorite cheesecake: This is our new go-to. Berries are picked with the cap and part of the stem left on when they are fully ripe. No flipping involved (so you can spend more time sipping that mimosa). A sophisticated take on a summer classic, this sherbet couldn't be prettier. Orange juice in the batter adds a little sweetness and tang, while the cream cheese frosting drizzle completes the strawberry bread with a pretty finishing touch. The cooling spice and cucumbers give berries an element of intrigue. This recipe uses Bisquick mix to speed up the process while creating a traditional style shortcake. Vodka in the dough hydrates the flour without developing gluten, which makes for an especially pliable dough and tender crust. Vinegar and strawberries become best friends in this flavorful infusion.