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Whether the humans in your coterie will howl with joy at the smell of these delicious fruit bar squares or scream like banshees and charge the kitchen to get their paws on the first served fruit bar, this recipe will be cause for excitement. Like grandmother’s best recipe from times long ago, this recipe will make your children’s children yearn for the good old days of carefree youth when they are older and wiser (like you!).
So, as difficult as it may be to restrain yourself and the drooling hoards that appear in your kitchen when the scents begin to spread on the breezes, try to maintain civility, squelch the pushing, shoving, biting, and gnashing of teeth amidst your underlings, and gently herd the roiling masses to the table. And, of course, once this recipe emerges from the oven, be sure to serve them up quickly to avoid the degeneration of normally-civil folks and kids into a melee of flying utensils and weaponized silverware…
There are two things that everyone needs more of in life: love and strawberries. Yes, it is a proven fact; no, don’t ask me for my studies backing it up. I mean, really, everyone loves strawberries, right?! So, there must be a mystical connection between the two. In the metaphysical realm, strawberries equal love. And, while I can’t claim to be traipsing through the supernatural as we speak, so to speak, my speaking of strawberries and love must affect the metaphysical, for strawberries taste out of this world.
And, as you are tempted to go back and re-read that last paragraph, let me quell your sense of confusion. For, what was just written truly makes virtually no sense.
So, why introduce a recipe with a bunch of gobbledegook? Why, to demonstrate to even the slowest wit how ultimately practical and uber-sensical this recipe is, of course! This strawberry blueberry crisp recipe takes just minutes to prepare. And, since it will likely disappear in just seconds down the maws of minors and gullets of grownups in giant gulps, there is no need to spend hours in the kitchen for this one. If you have just a bit over one fifteenth of an hour at your disposal, you can have this one finished.
For those devotees of the mythical land of Narnia, allow me to put the splendor of this recipe into appropriate context for you. Without the negative allegorical associations, this balsamic strawberry truffles recipe will cause one to ponder its supremacy over the seductive Turkish Delight treats used to lure young and wayward little boys into the clutches of the dark, yet white, destructive powers. Of course, if you’ve never read the classic tale contained within the pages of The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, you’ve undoubtedly no context whatsoever for that introduction. Suffice to say, this recipe will result in a fantastic creation likely to cause your taste buds to cling tenaciously to each bite. Eat them in the hot, baking sun during the middle of summer, and the cool breezes of refreshment will gently caress your hair. Eat them in the middle of winter, and you won’t even have to wait for Punxsutawney Phil to pop his little gopher head up out of his hole and look for his body’s blockage of sunshine; for when these are consumed in the cold, white winter, spring bursts forth. Turkish Delights can take a back seat to these beauties!
Everybody loves Kung Fu fighting. Or at least Carl Douglas would have everyone think that. Whether or not your kicks are fast as lightning, however, will likely depend if you have enough energy. If you are looking for something to fuel your inner fire so you can trick black-clad karate bad guys with the ol’ crane kick, or if you are just looking for something absolutely delicious to choke your taste buds into submission, this marshmallow strawberry tart recipe will help you find your focus. After one bite, however, you’ll likely not be able to focus on anything else. Yes, it is that good. In fact, if you want to wear your kitchen black belt with pride and take down all challengers, make this recipe soon. You’ll be glad you did. And, all your little Ralph Macchio wannabe, samurai sword-wielding kids will thank you. Heck, even Mr. Miyagi would be pleased with this one. And, no, you won’t have to spend years in the kitchen earning this one; it is rather easy to make!
Unlike the mentally challenged individuals who gag and wheeze for minutes after sticking a huge spoonful of ground cinnamon in their mouth and then choking on it (just search for “cinnamon challenge” on your favorite search engine), you actually know how to use cinnamon appropriately to spice your foods to perfection. After all, that is why you are reading this recipe right now! Everyone loves cinnamon, whether on toast, in cereal, or in muffins. Pair cinnamon with strawberries, put the combination in with a few other choice ingredients, bake it up, and you’ve found a winner. Just follow this recipe to strawberry cinnamon bliss. The aroma of these muffins baking will be enough to induce salivation in any living creature with a nose. Just be sure to put the canines outside prior to baking. Otherwise, you might slip on the copious puddles of drool that will form underneath the dripping jowls of the aforementioned beasts as they stare longingly at these magnificent strawberry cinnamon muffins baking in the oven.
Somethings are meant to be together: Dr. Seuss and anapestic tetrameter, Mr. Rogers and his sweater, Barbie and Ken, Adam and Eve and fig leaves, and, of course, strawberries and chocolate. You’ve landed in a great spot for one of these famous pairs. You will have to find a Cat in a Hat elsewhere; and no neighborhood-building tools will be forthcoming (unless you make everyone on the block this fantastic mousse!); and Barbie and Ken are hopelessly narcissistic; and, unless you pair them with strawberries, figs can find their way into their own recipe somewhere else. But chocolate? Yes ma’am! Chocolate and strawberries go better together than Egypt and pyramids, and may just bump apple pie out of the way when it comes to America as well!
Seriously though, all cliches aside, this dessert recipe will have you squealing with delight after the first nibble. So, grab your gear, corral your ingredients, and get going! The sooner you make this fantabulous chocolate strawberry mousse recipe, the sooner you will find that elusive taste nirvana.
Many a happy soul has delved into a delicious strawberry dish that easily dredged delight from the depths of culinary despair and diminished that dastardly devil called “hunger.” Nevertheless, nary a nut can usually be found frolicking in a frothy fruit treat proffered to tempt the most discerning tastes. Why do nuts and strawberries find themselves flailing against each other in the minds of master chefs far and wide? Who knows? But, it is time to banish such inane notions of gustatory glory and find the true radiance that comes from an olfactory-enhanced experience combining the flavorful aroma of strawberries with the full-bodied force of kernel power. Get ready, my friends, as this strawberry nut delight recipe will likely shift your expectations of what is right in the world. Overstated? You be the judge.
And, of course, don’t forget that this is just one of many extraordinary recipes available for your enjoyment on StrawberryPlants.org. There are many other strawberry dessert recipes as well! If you are looking for other culinary uses for your extra strawberries, be sure to see the complete Strawberry Recipes section.
I doubt seriously that the fine folks who painted all those drawings of buffalo hunts on cave walls could have fathomed modern appliances and the internet. But, fortunately for you, you aren’t a caveman. You are presently hooked up to the internet, looking for fantastic recipes that will leave you speechless. This super simple strawberry tart recipe is so easy to make, even a caveman could do it. While you are no caveman, you likely have aspiring balls of destruction running about your house as we speak. I like to call those present-day wall-painters “kids.” If yours are like mine, they have a knack for scribbling all sorts of designs on the walls of our “cave.” Instead of fighting the creative urge in your kids, why not put them to work helping you whip up this rewarding strawberry tart. Hunt and gather all the ingredients, and put your clan to work!
And, of course, don’t forget that this is just one of many extraordinary recipes available for your enjoyment on StrawberryPlants.org. There are even other dessert recipes! If you are looking for other culinary uses for your extra strawberries, be sure to see the complete Strawberry Recipes section.
I know, I know, some people think soup is just a concoction made up of blended vegetables and some sort of stock for extra oomph. Those individuals have obviously lived a very sheltered culinary life. Of course, your sensibilities in the kitchen extend to all sorts of unique and edifying edibles. That is why you’ve decided to create this delicious fruit soup! This orange zip strawberry soup recipe is sure to please. It has the perfect combination of texture, sweetness, and zip.
And, of course, don’t forget that this is just one of many extraordinary recipes available for your enjoyment on StrawberryPlants.org. There are even other crepes recipes! If you are looking for other culinary uses for your extra strawberries, be sure to see the complete Strawberry Recipes section.