1. Strawberry Jam
Try your hand at making strawberry jam with this very clear and helpful tutorial! These jars of strawberry jam would make very good gifts.
2. Strawberry Chia Refrigerator Jam
And here’s a much simpler way to make jam from fresh strawberries! Puree your strawberries in a food processor, add a bit of lemon and maple syrup and mix in chia seeds, and then refrigerate until the jam is set! So easy.
This delicious strawberry cobbler is served in individual ramekins, making this strawberry recipe a great choice for dinner parties. Add cold ice cream on top for the perfect finish to this warm dessert.
4. Skinny Crunchy Stuffed French Toast
This stuffed french toast recipe with fresh strawberries and cream cheese includes a fun, crunchy twist: the bread is dipped in a bread crumb mixture with sugar and cinnamon after being dunked in the usual egg bath.
5. Homemade Strawberry Fruit Rollups
With this simple strawberry fruit roll-up recipe on hand, there’s no need to buy strawberry roll-ups at the store that’s full of stuff that you can’t pronounce. You don’t even need a dehydrator; your oven can do the job.
If you haven’t tried the heaven on a plate that is strawberry salad, you need to try this recipe immediately. Spinach leaves, feta cheese, cranberries, and sliced fresh strawberries all come together with blackened chicken and a strawberry vinaigrette to make a truly wonderful salad.
This strawberry pretzel parfait recipe is a healthy, fresh twist on the traditional strawberry pretzel salad you see all the time at church potlucks. You can actually eat this for breakfast!
If your kids love applesauce, they’ll definitely appreciate this easy strawberry applesauce recipe! Chop the fruit, throw them into a slow cooker, and be rewarded with an unique applesauce after a couple of hours. Yum.
This unique pizza recipe uses a mixture of strawberry jam, balsamic vinegar, and chili sauce as its base instead of marina sauce.
These strawberry oat squares are made with oats, sliced almonds, apple butter, almond butter, and fresh strawberries. Eat a bar for breakfast or dessert with no guilt!
Make this strawberry butter to put on your breakfast toast, waffle, or pancake! It takes only a few minutes to make!
At first glance, you’ll think this is just salsa and chips, but no! Make this fruit salsa for an unique appetizer that everyone will love.
Instead of the usual pork and applesauce dinner, why not try something different and serve your pork chops with a balsamic strawberry sauce?
This strawberry bread is made creamy with the addition of cream cheese. Great for brunch!
Spend some time in the kitchen making these special strawberry hand pies! These little pies are fun to make and to eat.
Make this strawberry poppyseed dressing and keep it in the fridge to jazz up your salad lunches.
Your kids will love this frozen yogurt bark that’s full of fresh strawberries and a little bit of chocolate!
The star of this chicken dish is the strawberry-jalapeno salsa! You could always forgo the chicken and just scoop up the salsa with tortilla chips.
Surprise your family with strawberry cinnamon rolls! The best part of this recipe is that the dough requires no rising time.
Serve this great little strawberry and brie crostini for an elegant appetizer or a light dessert at your next party.
This strawberry and lemon cookie bar is very similar to a sugar cookie, but packed with fruit. Finish it off with a lemon glaze and sliced fresh strawberries.
This couscous salad combines strawberries, avocado, corn, pine nuts, and israeli couscous for a bright, fresh salad that’s just perfect for a warm day!
Cook filets of mahi-mahi and pile on a delicious avocado and strawberry salsa on top. This is another strawberry salsa that you’ll also love on chicken, on any fish, and on a tortilla chip!
These strawberries and cream pinwheels are so easy to make and would make a great snack for kids (and you!). They are also very portable, so you can take them on a picnic or the pool.
Full of color and flavor, these poppy seed chicken wraps will be a summer favorite once you’ve tried them. Strawberries, diced mango, cucumbers, avocado, onion, and chicken all come together with a poppy seed dressing and a garnish of macadamia nuts and toasted coconut.
This paleo strawberry crumble is SO easy to make, you’ll forget how healthy it is! The crumble is made from almond flour, coconut oil, and maple syrup.
Serve this strawberry and nutella crepe for a lazy Sunday morning and your family will gobble it all up. It’ll look like you spent ages in the kitchen, but it’s so easy to assemble. You could use cookie butter instead of nutella for a different take on the recipe!
Create little bites of strawberry and chocolate goodness in these cute dumplings! You don’t need a lot of equipment or ingredients to cook these strawberry-chocolate dumplings, making them a great choice for brunch at your home!
A chocolate filling, sliced fresh strawberries, and a dark chocolate crust all come together to make a decadent slice of strawberry and chocolate pie.
These strawberry and brownie kabobs will delight both adults and kids alike. Cook little brownie bites and stick them on bamboo sticks along with strawberries and marshmallows and drizzle with chocolate. Fun for birthday parties!
The next time you see a strawberry sale at your grocery store or visit a strawberry farm, make sure to stock up on these juicy berries to make one, two, or all of the 30 strawberry recipes listed here! For more great recipes to try, check out 10 Better-For-You Muffin Recipes and Top Ten Zucchini Recipes.
“I’m Elisa and I live in Austin, Texas with my husband and our two little girls. I used to teach reading and writing, but now I stay at home with my two kiddos and read and write in my spare time. I also love to undertake DIY projects, find new recipes on Pinterest, and dream about someday finally completing our home. Above all, I love to learn about new things and sharing my new-found knowledge with others.”
I’m Elisa and I live in Austin, Texas with my husband and our two little girls. I used to teach reading and writing, but now I stay at home with my two kiddos and read and write in my spare time. I also love to undertake DIY projects, find new recipes on Pinterest, and dream about someday finally completing our home. Above all, I love to learn about new things and sharing my new-found knowledge with others.