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With Wimbledon underway, it’s no surprise we have strawberries on our minds! We’ve rounded up the best strawberry-based recipes from Pinterest, to inspire some (relatively) healthy and delicious treats to enjoy alongside the tennis!
NOTE: Caution, some recipes contain nuts.
Whipped up in the Premier Education HQ kitchen recently, it’s one of the best desserts out there and so easy to make. We didn’t add extra sugar to this recipe unlike a lot of similar recipes, instead, we added a few drops of vanilla essence to the cream before whipping. Yum! You can follow along with our instructional video here or download our handy recipe card. Here’s what you need to do:
Strawberry Frozen Yoghurt
Blenders at the ready!… Downshiftology’s Strawberry Frozen Yoghurt recipe is so ridiculously simple you’ll want to make it all the time! With only three ingredients and no added sugar, this Fro-Yo is the perfect after dinner summer treat!
Strawberry Bliss Balls
New Zealand mum-of-four, Stacey, has a mission statement that resonates firmly with us here at Premier Education. She wants to make kid friendly food that little bit healthier and mealtimes that little bit happier. Sounds good to us! Stacey’s Strawberry Bliss Balls are quick and easy to make and will give kids (and grown-ups too) a healthy energy boost.
Frozen Strawberry Bites
Creamy, frozen, crunchy goodness is what you will get from the Frozen Strawberry Bites recipe by Six Sisters’ Stuff. Perfect to have on hand in the freezer for when the cravings strike, but much better for you that a chocolate bar! These are sure to be a hit with the whole family.
Strawberry Oat Bars
Personally approved by the My Fussy Eater crew, these delicious snack bars are packed full of slow releasing carbs and protein. Quick to prepare, they will keep hunger at bay until dinner.
Strawberry Mango Popsicles
Liz and Tyler from The Clean Eating Couple believe that healthy food can be delicious, quick and easy. We like the sound of that! They have certainly proved that with their Strawberry Mango Popsicles that need only three ingredients and five minutes to make (plus some freezer time while you relax!). With the temperatures heating up, these popsicles will be the perfect healthy treat to cool you down.
Strawberry Banana Smoothie Bowl
Dyana, founder of Busy Little Chefs, recommends using frozen fruit to make smoothies, rather than fresh. The fruit gives all the sweetness needed for this Strawberry Banana Smoothie Bowl, so no need to add more sugar. Prep as a nutritious breakfast, after school treat or yummy dessert. Wonderful!