Wimbledon may still be a month away, but if you need your fix of strawberries and cream before that then lucky you – because today is National Strawberries and Cream Day! And since I’m as helpful a pigeon as I am funky, I didn’t think the day could pass without me sharing some of the tastiest recipes on the web for you to have a crack at. Or, if you don’t fancy that, then you could always just stare at the screen and drool. Either way is fine by me!
You can pack away these creations into handy little jars to enjoy out and about – maybe even at a picnic if this long-awaited British summer ever arrives!
Designed to replicate (and better) the Starbucks version, this strawberries and cream frappucino looks delicious and comes in at just 83 calories – half that of Starbucks!
If time isn’t on your side then this homemade strawberry sauce is the one for you. With just 15 minutes preparation time and 3 ingredients, it’s perfect to drizzle over some ready-made whipped cream.
Another devilishly simple recipe, these mini strawberry pies are a perfect accompanamient for a party…or just for an indulgous night in.
I’m not gonna lie to you – this one isn’t a quick fix! It’ll take time and effort to bake this incredible strawberry shortcake – but it definitely looks worth it. But if you don’t wanna do that, I won’t judge you for just staring. And drooling. Like me.
If you’re more into gourmet than gluttony then you can’t go wrong with these compact Swedish Cream + Strawberry delights! They almost look too perfect to touch…ALMOST.
These Strawberry and Cream Napoleans are a work of art and can probably be filed in the ‘Almost Too Perfect to Touch’ pile again! There’s not a whole lot more to them than puff pastry, strawberries and cream, so they’re definitely worth a go.
Another one that takes no time at all to put together, these mug cakes only require a handful of ingredients and one minute in the microwave – yet look at the tasty results!
These strawberry and cream cupcakes look wonderful…*runs off to make them*
Transform a strawberry pie into a strawberry pie trifle with this recipe courtesy of The Slow Roasted Italian. This creation is very much for the strawberry lovers out there – of which I’m sure there are plenty!