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Strawberry season is sweet but short! Don’t sleep on these local treats while they are in season. Try these new recipes this summer, and don’t forget the fresh-baked shortcakes from the Co-op bakery to fulfill all of your strawberry shortcake desires.
Serve this warm with a scoop of ice cream and you can’t miss. Vary the flavors by adding a teaspoon of cinnamon to the topping, or change the balance of berries in the mix. Substitute a gluten-free flour blend if you prefer.
These cute little tarts are perfect portions for dessert, and the berries on top glisten like little gems. A pecan and maple crust is like a crunchy cookie, and a perfect foil for the rich crème fraîche and juicy berries.
Tangy sweet balsamic sauce complements fresh strawberries atop ice cream, yogurt, or pound cake for a spectacular dessert. Spoon some over sliced pound cake or angel food cake for a special dessert.
Simple and elegant, this mouthwatering appetizer is a cinch to make and takes advantage of summer’s most luscious fruits. Serve with a glass of sparkling lemonade, limeade, or prosecco.
This mango salsa is a total crowd pleaser, perfect for sharing with friends! It is great alone, on top of green salad, or with your favorite corn chips. It’s my favorite on black bean, pork, or fish tacos!
This recipe — rich in magnesium, vitamin C, and probiotics — is a great way to enjoy a treat that is full of whole foods ingredients. It can be served for breakfast or as a dessert.
Try this simple yet delicious recipe on burger night. Grass-fed beef seems to cook up tender and juicy, with a more neutral flavor. I love that the subtle spices of this burger seasoning come through.
This recipe satisfies Selva’s top nutrition tips for the postpartum period.