Are you interested in what to do with frozen strawberries in tons of creative ways? Get ready for ANY season with this epic collection of 27 frozen strawberry recipes.
In case you didn’t know, there are a plethora of frozen strawberry recipes beyond smoothies and milkshakes that you may not have even considered.
Frozen strawberries, of course, are ideal for making smoothies because they thicken the drink and create a creamy texture.
So if you’re staring at a few bags in your freezer from the last big sale, you may want to use them before they get freezer burnt.
I bet you’re wondering what to make with frozen strawberries? Well, you’ve come to the right place for the list of ideas and recipes!
You’ll be drooling (or at least satisfied!) in no time after seeing these 27 delectable recipes using frozen strawberries!
You’ll find desserts with frozen strawberries like some Strawberry Cream Filled Crepes, Strawberry Balsamic And Balsamic Cheese Muffins, and #27 in this list.
Take heart—you can buy frozen strawberries any time of the year if you don’t want to go through the trouble of picking and freezing them yourself.
This easy Strawberry Scones Recipe is a recipe you can make any day of the week.
Since it’s a simple scone using frozen strawberries, it would be fluffy on the inside and has just the right crust on the outside.
Best enjoyed as is or warmed up with a slather of strawberry jam!
If you haven’t tried it, you’re missing out on the best part of the summer—strawberries!
I mean, strawberries are such a delicious treat!
During the summer, we’re always on the lookout for simple, kid-friendly snacks. If you haven’t already, make this strawberry crisp!
It’s a summer essential. It’ll make you even more in love with strawberries!
Furthermore, it makes an excellent dish to serve to guests at a dinner party!
And if it’s something they’ve never had before, it’ll be a unique experience for them.
Pro Tip: When baking these with frozen strawberries, do not thaw them first, instead bake them as frozen.
This decadent smoothie is a great way to start the day because it’s loaded with fruit and protein.
It’s definitely Chocolate-Dipped Strawberry goodness for breakfast!
And what’s even better? It’s creamy to the core.
You might be wondering how they did that. To their success, it’s a key ingredient and it’s—frozen strawberries!
Frozen strawberries and some silky smooth Chocolate Cashew milk are responsible for the creamy decadent Chocolate Strawberry Smoothie.
With a bit of whipped cream on the top, to make it even better.
Here’s our Strawberry Banana Smoothie, minus the chocolate plus the banana!
Simply put, this 2-ingredient Frozen Strawberry Lemonade is the simplest thing you’ll ever make any season.
If you’re looking for an icy, frozen drink? This recipe is the perfect drink to consider having, especially during a hot afternoon.
Add some lemons or strawberries or fresh mint to the dish for garnish if you want to be a little extra.
Oh! Vodka could be added for an EXTRA ritzy effect and a little splash of alcohol.
Once everything has been blended together, you’re done!
Give this Strawberry Yogurt Granola Parfait a try while you’re at it!
A delicious salad dressing made with frozen strawberries, with just a hint of sweetness balanced with a touch of tart and delicately creamy flavor.
You can simply dress up your green salads with this dressing made with thawed frozen strawberries, balsamic vinegar, olive oil, and balsamic vinegar; we prefer it this way because it’s so delicious.
For those overripe strawberries that you just can’t bear to eat anymore, this strawberry vinaigrette is just what you need.
There isn’t much of an issue with them being overly ripe and soft since they’ll be blended—just avoid any brown or moldy areas.
The Strawberry Pretzel Salad is a classic and nostalgic recipe that is sure to bring back fond memories.
It’s creamy, crunchy, sweet, salty, and perfect for any occasion!
Growing up, this Strawberry Pretzel Salad was a part of some people’s all-time favorite desserts to have during the spring and summer.
As a common family favorite, it was always served on the buffet at Easter, Southern reunions, and throughout the summer.
Many people love it, and it’s always the first thing to disappear during these occasions.
I mean, it’s got so much going for it that it’s always a hit!
I love cooked fruit. There, I said it.
Compote is great alongside grilled meats like pork chops and salmon, on brie, inside a grilled cheese, dribbled on some ice cream (though I love it even better over rice pudding).
There is nothing better than serving pancakes or waffles with an easy-to-make Strawberry Compote that has just the right amount of flavors to it.
To make this strawberry sauce, all you need are a few simple ingredients and 10 minutes of your time!
Look at this beautiful pink crumb!
Make this delicious and simple Strawberry Bundt Cake for your next get-together.
It’s an ordinary white boxed cake mix that is infused with pink strawberry jello and either fresh or frozen strawberries, resulting in an absolutely gorgeous PINK moist strawberry cake.
I bet you can’t get enough of the strawberry goodness in this delectable strawberry bundt cake!
In terms of Italian-inspired desserts, Strawberry Ricotta Cake is hands down the best.
Ricotta provides the cake with a dense, moist texture, while strawberries add a burst of freshness and flavor.
For its texture and flavor, it has both a cake and a cheesecake mix.
In this recipe, the ricotta adds richness to desserts without making them overly sweet, and that’s why I love it.
Delicious and dense, with a tinge of strawberry flavor from the strawberries that run through it.
This cake would be equally at home at a brunch or dessert table.
10. Bhapa Doi
Bhapa Doi or Mishti Doi, an Indian dessert that resembles cheesecake, is a delicious five-ingredient dish.
Fun fact: It’s richer and creamier than traditional cheesecake because it’s made with Greek yogurt and topped with our star of the day—strawberries.
To make the original recipe, you must first boil the milk until it is half its original volume, then add the jaggery and stir to combine.
Afterward, fresh curd is added to cool the mixture down to a comfortable temperature. Set in a warm place for a few hours before serving.
Refrigeration and serving it cold completes the process. Mishti Doi is not prepared this way.
As a result, instead of using jaggery, I use condensed milk and make an instant Mishti Doi.
Plus, the berry topping is a new addition, and not part of the original recipe, so you can opt not to add the berry topping if you want to follow the purist way of making this dish.
Strawberry Mango Margaritas are the perfect summer drink!
This is the perfect margarita frozen strawberries recipe because it’s not overly sweet and packed with real fruit goodness.
Margaritas are a great way to celebrate our little agreement! It’s a refreshing drink that can soothe even the most sweltering soul on a hot day — made with strawberries and mangos.
This pie is a delicious treat thanks to the flavorful combination of juicy berries and the tartness of rhubarb.
You may have heard that you shouldn’t eat raw rhubarb, but you just need to avoid the leaves, raw or cooked. You can eat the stem either way.
Strawberry and rhubarb are excellent pairings because the sweetness coming from the strawberries balances the bitterness of the rhubarb.
It’s amazingly delicious and best served with tea, which makes this pie a great dessert for an afternoon gathering or a picnic!
Here are some tips for how to best freeze your rhubarb.
To make chia pudding, all you have to do is throw all the ingredients into a blender and blend.
It’s easy to make this Coconut Vanilla Chia Seed Pudding with fresh strawberries and shredded coconut.
It’s as simple as whisking and chilling a cocktail. Preparation time for a quick snack or even breakfast is as little as five minutes!
Whether you’re celebrating Valentine’s Day or any other special occasion, look no further for a show-stopping dessert and try this Frozen Strawberry Trifle recipe.
This dessert comes together quickly and all you need are ladyfingers, softened ice cream, and strawberry whipped cream that you’ll be baking in the process.
Your guests will love this fruity, creamy, and chewy dessert after only a few hours in the freezer.
To avoid an icy texture, the ice cream should be spreadable but firm enough to hold its shape.
15. Strawberry Milk
It’s so easy and delicious to make Korean strawberry milk with this recipe!
This dessert consists of a layer of milk topped with a layer of sugar-soaked strawberries.
You can whip this up in no time because it’s so easy to make at home.
This Korean strawberry milk can be made with only three ingredients: frozen strawberries, sugar, and milk.
When the strawberries have been trimmed and cleaned, you only need a masher or your fingers to smash or crush them, add sugar, and wait for the mixture to come together.
Pour your favorite milk into a cup with some thickened strawberry syrup.
Try this strawberry milk, and you’ll never look at a plain ol’ glass of milk the same way again.
Easy and delicious, Puff Pastry Strawberry Strudel has a flaky crust, a strawberry filling, and the best sweet glaze!
It’s perfect for breakfast on the go or as a sweet ending to any meal.
There has been a lot of fun with puff pastry in my life recently.
These Puff Pastry Strawberry Strudels are so simple to make, you won’t believe it because you can use any frozen fruit to make these, it’s a win-win situation.
Make these tasty treats with your family and friends and have a blast!
This banana strawberry ice cream is surprisingly creamy and smooth, with just two ingredients and no added sugar.
You can have it as a guilt-free treat whenever you so desire!
If you’re looking for a delicious warm dessert from Austria, look no further than these Strawberry Topfen Dumplings (Erdbeerknödel).
To begin with the recipe, the strawberries are baked, then coated in a crunchy buttery crumb.
You don’t have to wait until the strawberry season to make these Strawberry Dumplings.
It’s the author’s personal preference to use frozen strawberries when making these, and in fact, she does so all year long.
Pro tip: Since frozen strawberries are cold, they help the dough hold its shape while baking.
If you’re looking for a light pancake-like dish, these Strawberry Cream Filled Crepes are for you.
Breakfast or as a dessert, they’re a versatile option.
You can also whip up a batch in no time at all and they will all taste great.
These crepes can also be served as a savory meal and you can play around with your choice of toppings and fillings as well to cater to your preference.
You can make this no-bake dessert at any time of year because it only calls for frozen strawberries.
Since it’s a no-bake cheesecake, all you need to do is prep the crust, cream cheese filling, and strawberry topping to complete the recipe.
Afterward, leave it to chill on the fridge for at least a few hours or overnight.
Have you ever wondered if you can make strawberry preserves with frozen strawberries?
Well, here’s the answer—yes, you can!
Just remember to use real sugar to sweeten the preserves or add in a low sugar powdered pectin and substitute half of the sugar content with your choice of sugar substitute.
Doing so will contribute to better results and sweeter strawberry preserves despite using frozen strawberries!
This cake is more of a dump cake, with no baking, frosting, or beating required.
Simply put, it couldn’t be simpler as it’s made with pre-cut angel food cake and strawberry jello, whipped topping, and thawed frozen strawberries.
Then just layer it all together and chill.
It’s a cake anyone can make, and the results are absolutely fantastic!
Do you have a bag of frozen strawberries?
This easy recipe uses up leftover strawberries without picking, cleaning, or destemming. Instead, a microwave strawberry-balsamic sauce will be added to these basic muffins.
Adding goat cheese crumbles elevates these muffins.
If you don’t like goat cheese, try feta or leave it out.
This breakfast may be too real for you if you were born in the 80s.
Maybe you’re hoping for Huckleberry Pie and Plum Puddin’ too.
Make this tasty breakfast with English muffins turned into French toast, layered with strawberries, honeyed Greek yogurt, honey-roasted peanuts, and served with bacon.
Oh, the memories!
Need to beat the summer heat?
These Frozen Strawberry Mojitos are a delicious twist on the traditional mojito.
This frozen fruit and limeade slush is perfect for summer or anytime.
Adults can use alcohol, but kids can use lemon-lime soda instead!
Strawberries and bananas add flavor to Strawberry Baked Oatmeal.
You’ve never had baked oatmeal with strawberries like this before!
Kids and adults alike will enjoy mixing, mashing, and selecting the perfect berries to add to their oatmeal.
Is it a dessert or a side?
Who doesn’t remember this sweet creamy treat from childhood?
Enjoy strawberries with cream cheese, whipped cream, and crunch!
It’s the ideal spring side dish or dessert!
Whenever you crave strawberries any time of the year, you can easily grab these frozen strawberries and recreate these things to do with frozen strawberries whenever you like!
Give them a try and share with us your favorite recipe.
- Strawberry Scones
- Strawberry Crisp
- Strawberry Chocolate Smoothie
- Frozen Strawberry Lemonade
- Strawberry Vinaigrette
- Strawberry Pretzel Salad
- Strawberry Compote
- Strawberry Bundt Cake
- Strawberry Ricotta Cake
- Bhapa Doi
- Strawberry Mango Margarita
- Strawberry Rhubarb Pie
- Strawberry Coconut Chia Pudding
- Frozen Strawberry Trifle
- Strawberry Milk
- Puff Pastry Strawberry Strudel
- Banana Strawberry Ice Cream
- Austrian Strawberry Topfen Dumplings
- Strawberry Cream Filled Crepes
- No Bake Strawberry Cheesecake
- Strawberry Preserves
- Strawberry Jello Angel Food Cake
- Strawberry Goat Cheese Muffins
- Strawberry Shortcake French Toast
- Frozen Strawberry Mojito
- Strawberry Baked Oatmeal
- Strawberries Fluff Salad
- Choose your favorite recipe from our list of Frozen Strawberry Recipes!
- Wave your magic wand to make it your own!
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