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This is a collection of strawberry recipes I am putting in a public cookbook for the Recipe Swap. I hope you enjoy them!
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Your kids will think you're the coolest when you call them in the morning for breakfast ice cream! Takes about 2 minutes to make and are fun to eat! This recipe can be converted to a smoothie by adding 1/2 cup of milk, then blending in the blender. Adapted from the Sneaky Chef cookbook by Missy Chase Lapine.

Recipe #399208

The Love Chef, Francis Anthony who appeared on the Regis and Kathy Lee show, calls this a Christmas punch but it is equally appropriate in the summer. Ahead of time, freeze the water or lemonade in a ring mold to make an ice ring. For a specially festive touch, place whole strawberries in the ring before adding the liquid and freezing. From the Cooking with Regis and Kathy Lee cookbook.

Recipe #396648

Wonderful for summer! Watermelon, strawberries, lemonade=Yum! Cook time is chill time. Adapted from BH&G magazine.

Recipe #376641

A recipe from Good Housekeeping's Blend It cookbook.

Recipe #379736

Brilliant with color and pure, intense flavor! You may use frozen, thawed strawberries, but you might need to add more sugar. Cooking time is freezing time. Would you like a little history? History of Granita According to Alan Davidson in the Oxford Companion to Food, (Oxford University Press:Oxford) the appearance of "water ices" is documented to have taken place in Europe in the 17th century around the same time as ice cream. There is some undocumented conjecture that Marco Polo returned to Venice from China in the 13th century and introduced ice cream or water ices to Italy. Further it is not known for sure if water ices were first found in Spain or in Italy. In any event the mixture seemed to have migrated to London at some later, undocumented time. Granita is akin to but not quite the same as sorbet. The difference being sorbets tend to be smoother and less granular in texture. Both are made with water, a flavoring such as fruit juice or coffee and typically sweetened with sugar. Adapted from Delicious Living magazine.

Recipe #376374

You place water in a cookie baking sheet, spread over flowers and berries, then freeze to make awesome glacier ice to cool down and pretty up your drinks! Cook time is freeze time. To get more ideas on different flowers you can use go to http://www.recipezaar.com/bb/viewtopic.zsp?t=299955 Enjoy!

Recipe #368740

A drink that was made up at the Moosewood Restaurant for one of their favorite customers, this became a favorite! Refreshing but not too sweet 8)

Recipe #367312

Refreshing and healthy too! This works best on a summer sunny day! In the winter I just make this by heating the water to boiling, then steeping the tea bags for 10-20 minutes. Adapted from the Heart & Stroke Foundation.

Recipe #348490

I just love grapefruit juice and this mixes it with orange juice and bananas and strawberries for a tantalizing concoction! Enjoy!

Recipe #345312

Balsamic vinegar and honey go so well together! Adapted from The Silver Palate Cookbook.

Recipe #327393

I make this smoothie almost everyday to get my fruit and vitamins!

Recipe #303554

Nepenthe restaurant, located in Big Sur, California, was one of my favorite hangouts when I lived there. This is what they say: This is one of the best desserts we've ever served. Only slightly sweet, the tart fruit and delicious crumb topping are excellent when heated, then served with a scoop of rich vanilla ice cream.

Recipe #239482

Created in Venice, Italy, bellinis are widely popular in the US, particularly in the Northeast. Here is a lovely non alcoholic version.

Recipe #231517

Yum! I love grapefruit juice (especially pink) and mixed with strawberries makes it special! These ingredients are popular in Mexico, the Caribbean, and Australia!

Recipe #222474

Coffee, with strawberries and ice cream! Oh my!

Recipe #198845

Serve this with whole strawberries, various fruits, cookies, pretzels, etc. Adapted from the Sue Bee Honey people! Update: due to review I have modified the amount of honey.

Recipe #167883

This is a great simple dessert that is sure to impress! Try to use in season ripe, sweet strawberries! From Dave Lieberman.

Recipe #160635

The perfect drink for a hot summers day! Refreshing and healthy! I got this from Baby Center, a pregnancy site. This is a Cuban and a Northeastern recipe.

Recipe #163173

This is a great way to introduce children to new fruits! So simple! From Baby Center. This is an Australian recipe, also Caribbean, Mexican and Southern recipe!

Recipe #164077

These will cool you off on a hot summers day. Adapted from Better Homes & Gardens magazine. Cook time is freeze time. Feel free to try this with other frozen berries and different juices!

Recipe #165075

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