Enjoy a different recipe every day, from all-too-easy cobblers and party-perfect chicken salads to streusel-topped coffee cake and muffins.
We love the cool combination of strawberries, fresh mint, and orange liqueur over refreshing sorbet. Garnish with orange zest
and fresh mint sprigs.
This quick-to-fix five-star cobbler is ready for the oven in less than 10 minutes!
We lightened up one our favorite cheesecake recipes for a totally delicious (and guilt-free) summer indulgence. Instead of
baking the batter in a spring-form pan, we used a set of 4-inch tart pans with removable bottoms. Fresh nectarines and a colorful
medley of berries add the finishing touch.
Sweet, juicy blueberries are the stars of this quick-toss salad, but it’s equally good (and even more colorful) served with
a mix of summer berries. Creamy gorgonzola cheese and walnuts complement the perfect mix of leafy greens. Pair with grilled
beef, pork, or chicken for a simple but elegant menu that’s easy enough to serve anytime.
Cornmeal mix gives this tender stir-and-bake cobbler crust a delicious Southern twist. Frozen berries may be substituted for
fresh; just increase the baking time by about 10 minutes. Serve with a scoop of vanilla ice cream for the ultimate summer
A crisp chocolate cookie-crumb crust teams up with fresh strawberries and frozen yogurt for the ultimate make-ahead dessert.
It’s as easy as 1-2-3: Toss fresh blueberries and peaches with sugar, tuck inside a tender-crisp buttermilk biscuit, and top
with a billowy cloud of sweetened whipped cream.
Fresh strawberries and blueberries team up for this clever (and tasty!) no-cook freezer jam.
Shaped in a cake pan and trimmed with a festive border of fresh herbs and berries, Cha-Cha Chicken Salad becomes a quick and
easy centerpiece for summer entertaining.
Treat yourself to leisurely weekend breakfast with friends. The fresh blackberry syrup is just as good poured over pancakes,
French toast, and oatmeal.
This is the perfect match for anything grilled—from rib-eye steaks to barbecued chicken. Toss it all together or let dinner
guests choose their favorite toppings.
Mix up the dry ingredients and the streusel topping for these up to two days before you bake them, and store in zip-top plastic
Pair this summer favorite with a quick-tossed salad of fresh arugula, blackberries, and diced mango.
Goat cheese gets dressed to party with roasted sunflower seeds, fresh berries, and a drizzle of honey.
Tender layers of rich, moist cake, perfectly caramelized apples, and fresh-picked blackberries bake together in one pan for
a deliciously easy dessert.
Rich, buttery fudge pie, toasted pecans, and berries: Does dessert get any better?
Miniature ready-made phyllo shells make these tiny treasures a quick-and-easy gourmet fix.
Strawberry glaze is the secret to this cake’s colorful swirl. Serve with a side of lightly sugared sliced strawberries and
A crisp vanilla wafer crust and almond filling bake in 4-inch tart pans with removable bottoms. Top with fresh raspberries
just before serving.
Fresh berries and a simple syrup made with Champagne and vanilla beans turn melon wedges into fast summer party fare.
Make it easy: A star-shaped cookie cutter turns refrigerated biscuit dough into festive shortcakes.
A colorful garnish of fresh strawberries echoes the sweet swirl of strawberry preserves that bakes inside this rich and creamy
Guests will love the raspberries that sit atop this festive beverage. Garnish the mixture of beer, raspberry lemonade, and
vodka with lemon and lime slices.
Easy, no-bake, and perfect for an outdoor dinner with friends!
A festive basket made from refrigerated breadstick dough turns this simple-to-fix salad into a showstopping centerpiece.
Make a splash! Muddle sweet-tart blackberries, cucumber, and mint in tall pitcher—then just in stir in fresh lime juice, gin,
and club soda and serve over ice.
A buttery-rich brown sugar streusel adds the crowning touch to Blackberry-Peach Coffee Cake.
A buttery homemade Key lime curd fills these impressively crisp little tarts. Top with slices of fresh strawberries just before
Spiked with jalapeños and cilantro, this fruity salsa can be served as an appetizer with fried tortilla strips or as a colorful
summer side with grilled pork, chicken, or seafood.
In French, French toast is pain perdu, or "lost bread," because it's made from stale bread.
Crushed gingersnaps and mango sorbet add a tropical note to Southern blackberries.
These triple-layered treats, topped with fresh strawberries and whipped cream, elevate the classic lemon bar to ethereal heights.
A rich and creamy homemade custard puts this family favorite over the top. Make it year-round with fresh or frozen berries.
Blackberry Curd is an irresistible treat we use as a summer filling for both tarts and layer cakes. Unlike traditional curds
that call for 30 minutes of cooking time, this easy recipe quickly thickens with the addition of a little cornstarch.
Served in stemmed glassware and topped with a dollop of creamy yogurt, this cool and colorful soup makes an elegant but easy
addition to any summer celebration.
A trio of fresh summer berries transforms day-old bread into a sweet summer treat.
Sliced strawberries add the crowning touch to this triple-layered treat— a buttery-rich fudge cake crust topped with cheesecake
and a satiny-smooth ganache. A delicious bonus—the recipe makes two cheesecakes!
These frosty treats are great for the kids and are a healthy way to cool down and enjoy fresh berries during the hottest summer
While Mixed Berry Cobbler tastes like a dessert, the oats and fruit provide tons of nutrients. Bonus: You can enjoy this cobbler
during swimsuit season because each serving has fewer than 330 calories.
Vanilla ice cream blended with strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, and cranberry juice makes for a rich, indulgent dessert.
The dog days of summer are the perfect time to enjoy these cool and creamy desserts. Our staff awarded these berry sherbets
their highest ratings. So dust off your ice-cream maker, and get ready to enjoy a bit of heaven.
Who says healthy snacks can't also be delicious treats? This low-fat yogurt-based smoothie is the perfect way to cool down
on a hot summer day.
Chopped fresh basil and juice from diced peaches add a subtle sweet note to the mayonnaise dressing. Serve this luncheon favorite
on a bed of baby lettuces tossed with fresh blackberries.
Summer is all about simple, and this flavor-packed cheesecake tops our list of fun desserts. There’s no need to wrangle with
a rolling pin--just pat the crust in the pan, fold together a creamy cheesecake filling, then sit back and chill. Homemade
has never been so easy.
Warm spices add a comforting flair to these moist muffins. A decadent streusel topping completes a combination of sweet berries
with a just-sweet-enough batter.
Indulge in delicious, individually baked bread pudding with all its berry flavor—no extra calories included.
Top the pudding with our Raspberry Sauce, Whiskey Sauce, or Toasted Pecan-Caramel Sauce. You can also try Reduced-Sugar Bread Pudding with Reduced-Sugar Raspberry Sauce.
This decadent five-star recipe can be prepared a day in advance, making it perfect for entertaining. Serve for brunch or dessert.
This fruity, five-star pie is the perfect sweet treat for your next special occasion. Your family and friends will devour
the zesty lemon cream and fresh blueberries floating on a layer of graham cracker crust.
Store-bought cookies make preparing this new recipe spin on the beloved trifle a snap. Cover with a delicious, fresh raspberry
glaze and you’ll have a splurge-worthy cookie trifle in half the time.
Scatter a handful of frozen berries over a buttery batter, and TennTucky Blackberry Cobbler will be ready for the oven.
A tender stir-and-bake muffin batter replaces the thinly rolled piecrust of more conventional cobblers. The secret to this
cake-like cobbler is in the timing: Spooning the muffin batter over a piping-hot filling ensures the underside of the crust
cooks as quickly and evenly as the top.
The simplicity of a cookie tucked into a foil baking cup and topped with ice cream is a subtle change of pace. Serve them
as a midweek dessert, the main attraction at a birthday party, or a cool refreshment on a hot afternoon.
Blueberries combine with summer’s signature fruit for a refreshing flavor combination. Mason jars make serving this parfait
easy and stylish.
Rev up your taste buds for a combination of sweet berries, sour lemon, and cool mint in this delicious pound cake dessert.
When the heat turns up Blackberry Supremes are the perfect sized sweet and tart berry dessert to end summer meals. Offer a
variety of tart flavors by using strawberries, blueberries or raspberries.
The honey-like sweetness of fresh figs pairs with raspberries and cinnamon for a deliciously unexpected late-summer treat.
There are crisp Italian cookies also called ladyfingers, but be sure to use soft ones in this recipe. Look for them in the
bakery or produce section of your supermarket.
A quick dip in luscious caramel and a salty roll in finely chopped nuts turns fresh strawberries into a gourmet treat. Top
picks: A ripe berry will have a shiny, deep red color from the tip of the berry to beneath the green cap. Check the carton
from top to bottom for any damaged or moldy fruit—they’ll cause the others to deteriorate quickly.
Instead of smothering your pork cutlets with heavy gravy, try this sweet and tangy blackberry reduction sauce. Bread pork
tenderloin slices in a crunchy mixture of chopped pecans, breadcrumbs and sage then sear until golden brown. The contrast
of the sweet berry sauce and earthy sage is a flavor combination you will want to taste again and again.
You don't have to be a professional to make Pavlova with Lemon Cream and Berries. Assemble the elegant berry dessert just
before serving; you can make the meringue up to two days ahead and store it in an airtight container.
Fresh berries topped with a luscious, velvety cream are the perfect treat after a laid-back dinner party. If you want a smokier
flavor add mezcal, which is similar to tequila, in the cream.
Sweet frozen blackberry wine is perfectly paired with berries for a refreshing end to your meal.
Rich balsamic vinegar helps bring out the sweetness of the berries in this dessert featuring shortbread cookies and vanilla
With juicy strawberries spooned over sweet and tender biscuits, old-fashioned strawberry shortcakes are the perfect dessert.
If the berries are very sweet, decrease the sugar to suit your taste. Drop the dough easily by using a lightly greased 1/3-cup
Twenty minutes and six ingredients are all it takes to make this yummy cheesecake.
Sweet summer berries pair perfectly with pungent Gorgonzola cheese and fresh herbs in this refreshing salad. Serve with your
favorite summertime entrée or top with chicken for a main dish salad.
Layer sliced fresh peaches and blackberries with Greek yogurt and granola for a simple, healthy breakfast or snack.
Don’t skip dessert. This crispy cobbler is chock-full of tasty super foods—berries, nuts, and oats. For a tangy treat, serve
with low-fat lemon frozen yogurt.
Garnish this rich cheesecake with berries and currants for a party-perfect presentation. The cake can be baked and frozen
up to a month ahead.
The Fourth of July coincides with the peak of blackberry season, so don’t miss out on mixing the sweet yet tart berries into
this cool pie. Serve with sweetened whipping cream or vanilla ice cream.
Store-bought cake and fruit cream cheese make this easy dessert ready when you are. Simply top grilled pound cake with fresh
berries and whipped cream.
This trifle has a unique mixture of flavors and textures from the creamy yogurt and cream cheese and the moist red velvet
cake. Top this dessert with raspberries for a light and satisfying treat.
Fat-free buttermilk and a teaspoon of cinnamon take the traditional blueberry muffin recipe to the next level. Tip: To prevent
berries from bleeding, toss them in flour, and then gently fold them into batter.
These luscious strawberries are super easy. If your microwave has a “start” button, you can make them. Melt chocolate in your microwave, give strawberries a quick dip, and then add a nutty crunch by rolling them in chopped pecans.
Celebrate spring with fresh strawberries and this light dip. Make sure to prepare this treat at least 24 hours ahead of serving
to give time for the yogurt to chill.
Choose any fresh, seasonal fruit to pair with this creamy dip. We prefer strawberries, pineapple, and grapes. Adding a hint
of coffee liqueur to the dip gives it an extra kick of flavor.
Make a healthier version of grilled cheese by substituting flavorful goat cheese and strawberries.
Delicious chocolate cake topped with chocolate-dipped strawberries doubles as a gorgeous centerpiece for your next springtime
Ripe nectarines add a colorful layer of flavor to this refreshing salad. Layers of greens, strawberries, feta cheese, green
tomato, fresh basil, and glazed pecans make for an unbeatable summer salad.
For a light and quick poolside drink, Cava Sangria is the way to go. Refreshing and fruity, this 5-ingredient sangria has
the perfect combination of flavors from the strawberries and mint leaves. After the first sip, you’ll feel like you’re on
This classic French dessert features luscious pastry cream topped with a layer of sweet strawberries. Enhance the flavor of
your tart by adding a teaspoon of rose or orange flower water to the cream.
This deliciously sweet take on salsa combines apples, strawberries, and mango with fresh mint and ginger to make a perfect
topping for Sugared Pita Chips or your favorite angel food cake.
This top-rated pie recipe features a unique combination of salty pretzel crust and sweet strawberry ice-cream. Garnish with
lime rind curls, fresh whole strawberries and pretzels for a pretty presentation.
The sweetness of strawberries combined with a hint of tart from the orange segments makes this dessert absolutely delightful.
Celebrate the beginning of spring by sharing this simple yet delightful breakfast with your family. Top French toast with
sliced strawberries and a sprinkle of powdered sugar.
Serve this ultimate Southern dessert featuring sweet Sugar Biscuits, fresh strawberries and rich Trifle Custard at your next
gathering and it's sure to be a hit.
Kids and adults alike will love the mixture of strawberries, bananas, blueberries and ice-cream all on top of a crunchy, waffle-cone
Blend buttermilk with your choice of fresh or frozen strawberries to create this creamy springtime treat. This simple recipe
only takes 15 minutes to prep before going into the ice cream maker.
Velvety ice cream meets the sweet, juiciness of strawberries in this frozen summer treat. Serve it in ice-cream sundae glasses
for a parlor-perfect presentation.
Combine 1 lb. fresh strawberries, sliced, with 2 cups fresh blueberries; sprinkle with 3 Tbsp. sugar, and toss. Let stand
10 minutes. Spoon evenly over 10 vanilla or chocolate miniature ice-cream sandwiches; dollop with 1⁄2 (8-oz.) container thawed
whipped topping. Makes 10 servings.
Note: An additional pound of fresh strawberries, sliced, may be substituted for the blueberries.
Strawberries and sliced avocados might seem like unusual toppings for chicken salad, but paired with a poppy seed dressing,
they create a delicious dish that is loaded with flavor. Slivered toasted almonds and crisp red onions add a crunch to each
Looking for a quick and easy beverage to serve for special occasions? Our five-star Strawberry Sparkler features only three
ingredients: strawberries, cranberry juice and champagne. You and your guests will love this sweet, simple treat.
Angel food cake mix is easy to prepare for these cupcakes and leaves plenty of time to make the Vanilla Bean Custard filling
from scratch (the delicate flavor is well worth the little bit of effort!). The cake and custard are the perfect complement
to juicy summer strawberries. Garnish with fresh mint sprigs.
A colorful confetti of fresh strawberries, pineapple, and kiwifruit (spiked with a hint of mint) top tender cornmeal shortcakes
for a simple-to-fix dessert that’s sure to be a brunch or dinner favorite.
There isn't a better way to show off the succulent taste and colorful presentation of strawberries, the South’s most prized
Baking the orange-marmalade-coated shortcake in a tart pan (available for less than $15 at most supermarkets) produces a sweet-and-sturdy base for the berries and whipped cream.
Strawberries and basil give each bite of this savory cheese-filled sandwich a garden-fresh taste. Red pepper jelly adds a
hint of sweet, spicy peppers to the warm sandwich.