Try this rich and refreshing cold soup in the summer when strawberries are at their peak. Lowfat or fat-free sour cream may be substituted. Originally from " America Discovers Columbus" a cookbook from the Junior League of Columbus, Ohio.You may also use blueberries,peaches, or raspberries in place of the strawberries.Prep time does not include chilling time.
A refreshing, cold summertime dessert that makes good use of fresh strawberries. Originally from "Southern Sideboards", a Junior League of Jackson,Mississippi cookbook.Prep time does not include chilling time.
Here's a refreshing twist on classic sangria--perfect for your summer BBQ's or Mexigrub (as we call it)! Originally from "Outdoor Cooking" a cookbook from the Arizona Highways magazine. Prep time does not include marinating time for strawberries.
This is a wonderful salad to have when strawberries are at their peak.You may also add papaya,mango, or kiwi to the salad.We like this in the summer with BBQ, Mexican food, or anything grilled. Originally from the "Best of the Best From Arizona" cookbook.
A decadent dessert with fresh strawberries and semi-sweet chocolate. Originally from"Favorites for All Seasons" a cookbook put out by the library staff,volunteers,board members, and Friends of the Library members of the Desert Foothills library in Cave Creek, Arizona.Prep time does not include chill time.
A wonderful blend of berry flavors and sweet cheese filling is a fresh interpretation of this classic dessert! This has been an impressive winner each time I've served it-one of my personal favorites! It assembles quickly once the first two steps are done and it can be made the day before except for the topping and that can be done early on the day you plan to serve it. It's originally from a 1994 "The Flavors of Bon Appetit".
This is a great spring/summer salad to serve when you're looking for something a little different. It's colorful, healthy, and looks beautiful! Originally from the Houston Chronical's food section featuring favorite spring menus.
I always get so many compliments whenever I serve this tart. It looks like something you would get in a bakery and is a breeze to fix! It's light and refreshing--the ladies love it and it's one of my boy's favorite desserts! Originally from an Imperial Sugar advertisement I cut from a magazine years ago.
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