We’re at the forefront of Farmer’s Market season, which means we’re only weeks away from a bonanza of fresh berries available at local parks, community centers and grocers. From Berry Pudding Pops to cobblers, there’s not much you can’t make with fresh berries. Don’t believe us? Take a scroll through our list of 7 berry delicious ways to eat more berries. You’ll be embracing berry season in no time!
Greek Yogurt Stuffed Cupcakes
With these Greek Yogurt Stuffed Cupcakes, you can flex your baking muscles without breaking a sweat. These outstanding cupcakes are easier to make than you think. Just cut a cooled cupcake in half, horizontally. Set the top of your cupcake aside. Spread the bottom half of your cupcake with vanilla Greek yogurt. Place the top of your cupcake onto the Greek yogurt, finish with whipped topping and garnish with a fresh raspberry.
This parfait is sure to be the prettiest and most sophisticated dessert at any party. For this delectable dessert, whipped topping, crushed biscotti and strawberries are layered and topped with an orange-flavored liqueur and raspberry puree before being covered with a scoop of pistachio ice cream.
Berry Clever Kabobs
Planning a party? These Berry Clever Kabobs are a great way to incorporate fresh fruit into your menu. Put cubes of angel food cake and fresh strawberries onto short skewers and drizzle with melted chocolate before dipping in whipped topping.
Frozen Fruit S’mores
When it comes to these s’mores it doesn’t matter who started the fire because flames aren’t necessary! Make frozen, snackable s’mores by spreading chocolate hazelnut spread onto two graham cracker squares. Layer your graham crackers with thinly sliced bananas or strawberries. Top your fruit of choice with a whoosh of Reddi-wip®, sandwich your graham crackers on top of each other, and freeze overnight.
Berry Pudding Pops
Berry Pudding Pops are a fun treat that kids and grown-ups will enjoy. Mix fresh blueberries or raspberries and a whoosh of Reddi-wip into a vanilla Snack Pack®. Place a Popsicle stick into the Snack Pack and freeze overnight. The next morning, run your frozen Snack Pack under hot water to easily release your Berry Pudding Pop and enjoy!
Blackberries, blueberries, strawberries — oh my! Made with a trifecta of berries, this creamy, refreshing smoothie is hard to resist! For more smoothie ideas, check out this simple smoothie chart.
Our friends at Garnish with Lemon photographed and taste tested some of the berry delicious dessert ideas included in this list.