An Easy Strawberry Cobbler Recipe Using Fresh Strawberries
This fresh berry dessert is just one of the ways you can use up those fresh strawberries you got from the market. This is the time of year when there is an abundance of fresh strawberries, and with that you usually find yourself looking for the best fresh berry desserts to make. You might have an abundance of fresh strawberries, especially if they go on sale and you decided to stock up. Fresh strawberries are the perfect addition to dessert recipes, with their beautiful deep red color, you can't help but want to show them off. Of course, fresh strawberries look lovely in all those dessert recipes, but they are full of flavor too. You'll want to try this fresh berry dessert cobbler and serve it on its own or with some ice cream or whipped cream for the perfect summer dessert recipe. First things first, you want to start the dessert recipe by washing, hulling and then slicing up the fresh strawberries. A good rule for this fresh strawberries dessert recipe is to slice the berries about a quarter of an inch thick, that way the fresh strawberries are thick enough so they will still have some form after the fresh strawberries are baked. For the full step by step fresh strawberries dessert recipe, you'll want to take a look at the Bunny's Warm Oven site.
If you like to stock up on fresh strawberries when you have the chance, you will want to be sure and treat them right, so they last as long as possible. To start, you don't want to wash the fresh strawberries until you are ready to eat them or use them. Fresh strawberries are a bit like tiny sponges, and they will soak up any water that they come into contact with. And once the fresh strawberries get wet, they will quickly turn into mush and start to go pad, even if the fresh strawberries are thoroughly dried on the outside. If you bring some fresh strawberries home and want them to keep fresh for snacking, it is best to give the fresh strawberries a quick rinse just before they are about to be eaten. That way they will taste better and keep fresh longer. If you plan on eating or cooking the fresh strawberries within a day of purchasing and your house is relatively cool, you can leave the fresh strawberries out on the kitchen countertop at room temperature. Just put the fresh strawberries in a bowl on the countertop so you and your family will think to eat them, after giving them a quick rinse of course. If you are going to use them after a couple of days, then you will want to refrigerate the fresh strawberries.
To store fresh strawberries longer for use later. If you have more fresh strawberries than you can use within a few days, you can consider freezing them for use later. Freezing fresh strawberries is the perfect way to preserve this summer harvest, and they can be used later for smoothie recipes, berry sauces, baking recipes, pie recipes, cake recipes and other dessert recipes. Some people prefer frozen strawberries over fresh strawberries, and they hold their shape better when mixed into batters and doughs. Another idea for using up those fresh strawberries is to make up a batch of strawberry jam or use them in your fresh strawberries smoothie recipes.
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