5 Interesting Ways To Serve Strawberries This Season
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Strawberries are heavenly. No matter how much of a fruit lover or hater you are, the look and feel of strawberries are unmistakably excellent. I am a strawberry lover while not being a fruit eater otherwise. However, the taste of strawberries in their original form may not be so enticing for everyone. So, what you can do is innovate, serving these red lovelies in ways that everyone would drool over. And no, I am not suggesting strawberry with cream here, although this remains a classic style.

Strawberry With Mango Custard

Make some mango custard out of the usual packs you get at a store. Chop strawberries finely and add to the custard base. Drizzle with strawberry syrup.

Strawberry With Choco Flakes And Wafers

Crush some chocos and top up softened cold strawberries. Add some wafers on the sides and drizzles with Dairy Milk flakes.

Strawberry With Coffee Cake

Take some plain eggless cake—from the nearest store or a sponge that you might bake up. Soak slices of the same in freshly brewed coffee sans the milk. Layer up with strawberry slices and top up with a heavenly layer of chocolate chips. This is my version of Tiramisu.

Strawberry With Crushed Oreo And Orange Jelly

The name says it all. First, soak the strawberries in sugar syrup until they get gooey. Next, add crushed Oreo by giving the biscuits a pulse in the mixer. Layer with orange marmalade or jelly, and then top with the crushed biscuits generously.

Strawberry With Jam And Honey

Not often thought of like a combo, this dessert is a superb piece of work that doesn’t take too many ingredients or much time. Soak strawberries in some sugar syrup, top those up with blobs of cold jam, and drizzle with honey.

Ending With A Strawberry Note

Strawberries are best eaten for the sour-sweet taste and the sandiness inherent in them. When you cleverly combine elements such as the above with such a lovely fruit, you are bound to get a dessert that can be eaten at any hour, regardless of what you have had for the main meals that day, of course.

Satarupa B. Kaur has been writing professionally for a decade now. But, she is always on the go; she loves to travel, books, and playtime with her toddler as she explores new places and food!