25 Best Frozen Strawberry Recipes (2022)

If you think the only frozen strawberry recipes I can come up with will be smoothies and milkshakes, you’re in for a treat.

Sure, frozen strawberries are ideal for making smoothies, thanks to the fact they make the drink extra thick and creamy.

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But it doesn’t stop there! Frozen strawberries are great for pies and cobblers, not to mention popsicles, daiquiris, and cheesecake.

I’m willing to bet you have a bag tucked away in the freezer right now. So, pull it out and brush off the frost because it’s time to hit the kitchen.

1. Simple Strawberry Smoothie Recipe

I had to start with a smoothie recipe because, honestly, it’s what I use frozen strawberries for the most.

Using frozen fruits is a sure-fire way to add texture without adding ice, which will water it down in the end.

Of course, frozen strawberries are pretty big, so you’ll need a decent blender if you want to get these nice and smooth.

2. Old Fashioned Strawberry Cobbler

Fresh strawberries are great when you can get them, but their window is kind of small.

I had a huge strawberry harvest this year, but the plants were exhausted after just a couple of weeks.

The best thing to do with all those berries is to bag them and freeze them while they’re as fresh as possible.

That way, you can enjoy something like this heavenly strawberry cobbler, even in the dead of winter.

3. Strawberry Scones

It’s a little unusual for this kind of recipe to actually suggest you use frozen fruits.

Typically, they’ll say you can use frozen fruits and then remind you to thaw and drain them first.

But since strawberries release so much juice as they bake, using fresh will make your scones soggy and sad.

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So, when the recipe says frozen berries, it means frozen solid!

As the scones bake, the strawberries will thaw and release a little juice, but not too much.

4. Strawberry Pie With Frozen Strawberries

As mentioned above, strawberries will release a LOT of fruit when they’re cooked.

That’s why you’ll see them mixed with some kind of thickener in a lot of baking recipes.

This pie is no exception, and since this is just one big pile of strawberries, you’ll need more than you think.

For the filling of this strawberry pie, you’ll need to add 1/2 cup of cornstarch.

You’re probably used to only adding a couple of tablespoons, but trust the process.

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5. Strawberry Milkshake Without Ice Cream

Most milkshakes are thick and creamy because they include a generous amount of ice cream.

When you want to treat yourself, there’s nothing better!

But if you’re looking for a lighter version to help cool you down this summer, this recipe is just as creamy but has no ice cream in sight.

As mentioned above, using frozen berries will leave you with an ultra-thick and decadent milkshake.

Plus, you won’t have to worry about extra calories or ice watering it down. Win, win!

If you want it even creamier, try adding half a frozen banana, too!

6. Strawberry Vinaigrette

Though this looks like some kind of strawberry slushy, I don’t recommend taking a sip!

It might be vibrant and sweet-looking, but it’s also full of apple cider vinegar and salt and pepper.

As far as summer salads go, I love throwing fruits into the mix to lighten things up.

This gorgeous salad dressing will boost those sweet and tangy flavors perfectly.

Did I mention it’s crazy-easy to make? Just toss the five ingredients into a blender and let it do the hard work.

7. Strawberry Trifle

Trifle might look complicated, but with the right ingredients, you can whip up even this most classic recipe at the last minute.

Looking at that picture, I’ll bet you would think the ingredient list is long, right?

The good news is, you’ll only need half a dozen pantry staples to pull this show-stopper off!

You’ll need instant pudding and milk, frozen strawberries, a couple of bananas, Cool Whip, and store-bought angel food cake (or any cake you prefer).

Feel free to throw in some extra berries if you have them, and don’t be afraid to play around with the pudding flavors.

I think lemon would make a nice change.

8. Frozen Strawberry Cheesecake

When I first saw this recipe, my brain somehow skipped over the “frozen” part of the title.

I became baffled about how pureed frozen strawberries would mix into a cheesecake without gelatin to hold it steady.

Usually, you would need to make some kind of reduction, so all that juice doesn’t ruin the filling or add a stabilizer.

Eventually, I looked back and saw that this cheesecake is supposed to be served frozen, which makes all the difference.

Yes, the strawberries will be super juicy, but since you’ll be blending it in and serving it frozen, you won’t have to worry about the filling falling apart in the fridge.

9. Easy Strawberry Tart

To make the prep a little faster for this, feel free to use a store-bought tart shell.

Just remember that the frozen ones are usually raw, so you’ll need to bake them before adding the filling.

But this recipe is pretty straightforward and takes just a few ingredients, so it’s not too taxing.

Since the filling is so wet, I highly recommended you brush the cooked and cooled tart shell with melted chocolate (white or dark).

It will seal the pastry and allow the tart to keep for longer.

10. Perfect Strawberry Muffins Recipe

Blueberry muffins are great, but have you ever tried a batch of lightly spiced strawberry muffins before?

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As these bake, the strawberries will soften to the point they just melt in your mouth when you take that first bite.

One unusual ingredient on this list here is black pepper.

Since strawberries have a little bit of tartness, black pepper helps to mellow that out and enhance the sweetness.

Of course, you can leave it out if you prefer.

11. Homemade Strawberry Ice Cream

Ice cream is easier to make than you think, and I promise you won’t regret buying an ice cream maker once you taste this!

I enjoy some texture in my ice cream, so I mashed the berries a little when I made this but kept them pretty chunky for bigger pops of color and flavor.

Of course, you can always blend it if you want this to be silky smooth.

If you do decide to blend your berries, maybe try adding something else to the mix instead?

White chocolate or dark chocolate chips would be nice, or maybe even chopped Golden Oreos for another layer of flavor.

12. Frozen Strawberry Daiquiri

I’ve been a margarita gal my whole life, but there’s one other cocktail that adds a pep to my step, and it’s the classic daiquiri.

When you want something cold and sweet, this is the perfect drink.

The rum is noticeable but not the main event. Instead, the fruity flavors can really shine (I guess that makes it a little dangerous, too!).

This recipe calls for simple syrup, just like making smoothies, and I don’t suggest you skip it.

It’s not a lot, but that little bit of sugar brings the strawberries to life like you won’t believe.

13. Strawberry Popsicles

Why would you buy expensive, sugary, preservative-laden popsicles when you can make a batch of these stunning and vibrant strawberry popsicles in just 15 minutes?

Molds are readily available in stores and online, and you’d be surprised at the money you can save when you take those frozen treats off your shopping list.

Just blitz strawberries with sugar, water, and lime juice, and let them freeze.

You can even add some rum to the mix if you’re making them for adults!

14. Strawberry Mango Smoothie

If you’ve ever searched for smoothies recipes before, you’ll know that many of them include frozen bananas.

That’s because they turn unbelievably creamy when blended and add such a lovely sweetness to the mix.

When you don’t want something creamy, this strawberry and mango smoothie is just to die for.

Not only does it look spectacular, but it’s also super fruity and incredibly fresh.

To get that two-toned look, just make the two flavors separately and then gently pour them into the glass.

15. Homemade Korean Strawberry Milk

Unlike sugary, powdered strawberry milk (or that neon syrup), this recipe is all-natural.

It relies on the fruit and its juices to make this tasty, and it’s so easy to make at home.

As we’ve talked about already, strawberries are incredibly juicy. So you’ll puree the fruit and then gently boil it to help thicken it up a little.

When serving, just add the puree to the glass and use the back of a spoon to spread it up the sides.

This will give it that cloudy effect when you pour in the milk.

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16. Strawberry Oatmeal Bars

I’m sure I’ve mentioned my love for this type of fruity, oat bar in the past.

It’s just so easy to make and modify (you can use anything from strawberries to Nutella), and they look amazing when the filling bubbles up into the oat topping.

The base is like a thick and chewy oatmeal cookie, and the top turns wonderfully golden and slightly crisp as it bakes.

Plus, the filling will thicken up and become intensely flavorful.

17. Strawberry Peach Smoothie

Strawberries and peaches are both sweet and bright, and I love them together in pies and cobblers.

So, it makes sense that this smoothie is insanely delicious!

It is nice and creamy, but instead of using bananas, it incorporates Greek yogurt.

Greek is better because it’s nice and thick, but if you don’t mind your smoothie being thinner, you can use whatever yogurt you have on hand.

If your fruits were frozen when they were fresh, you shouldn’t need any sugar in here.

I would try it without first and then add a squeeze of honey if you think it needs it.

18. Easy Strawberry Crepes Recipe

Crepes are thin French pancakes that can be served either sweet or savory.

I’ve had them loaded with ham and cheese for lunch and then stuffed with banana and Nutella for dessert.

They’re nice and light, which makes them an excellent after-dinner treat. Though they can take a little time to make, it’s definitely worth it.

You’ll puree the strawberries for the sauce and then stir in sugar, orange zest, and fresh sliced strawberries for added texture.

This is great over regular pancakes and waffles, too!

19. Strawberry Blueberry Smoothie

Much like the strawberry and peach recipe above, this smoothie is light, creamy, and amazingly sweet.

It, too, uses yogurt to make it creamy, though the recipe calls for non-fat vanilla yogurt, so it won’t be as creamy.

If you like your smoothies to be on the thinner side, I recommend using half frozen and half fresh/thawed fruit if you can.

20. Strawberry Angel Food Cake

Before we start: no, this isn’t strawberry flavored angel food cake.

This fun dessert combines angel food cake, Jell-O, Cool Whip, and frozen strawberries.

The cake just needs to be broken into pieces and folded through the creamy Jell-O before going in the fridge to set.

By folding Cool Whip through the Jell-O, you’ll be left with a super light and creamy finish. Although, making layers would look great, too.

21. Strawberry Jell-O Salad

Speaking of layers: how amazing does this dish look?

It has two layers of strawberry Jell-O with pineapple, sliced bananas, frozen strawberries, and pecans mixed right inside.

You’ll need to add half of that mixture to a dish and pop it in the fridge, so it starts to set. Keep the other half out, so it doesn’t set while you wait.

The middle layer is, surprisingly, just plain old sour cream. The Jell-O should be sweet enough that you don’t need to add sugar to this.

Lastly, pour the rest of the Jell-O mix on top and smooth it out. The dish should be set and ready to slice in just a couple of hours.

22. Strawberry Pineapple Smoothie

If you don’t have a decent blender, you’ll struggle to get this smoothie smooth.

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Pineapple has a unique texture, and it needs a good amount of power to get rid of those streaks.

Not to mention, those big strawberries can be tough to break down in a cheaper blender or food processor.

Though the recipe calls for almond milk, you can use regular or coconut milk or even orange juice if you want it fruitier.

23. Best Strawberry Mousse

If you’re looking for a quick dessert that needs minimal ingredients and even less effort, this mousse is the perfect recipe.

All you’ll need is strawberries pureed with sugar, salt, and liquor (though the alcohol is optional). Then, add gelatin to this so it will set in the fridge.

The last component is the simple whipped cream. Blend the two together and serve in a glass with extra whipped cream and chocolate shavings.

24. Strawberry Cream Floats

When making this recipe, you’ll notice that it asks you to make your own strawberry soda. Before you panic, it really couldn’t be easier!

Just blitz the strawberries with sugar and lime juice and then stir in sparkling water. How easy is that?

Once you have the soda ready to go, it’s just a matter of pouring it into a tall glass and topping it with a scoop or two of ice cream.

25. Strawberry Preserves with Frozen Strawberries

Making jam is a lovely rainy day activity, and it doesn’t need a lot of work.

This recipe uses pectin, which will help the jam to set nicely so you can store and spread it.

Pectin is available in most stores and online, and it’s pretty easy to work with.

That said, you can make jam without it; it will just take a lot longer.

You’ll need to have the mix on a low simmer for hours to achieve the same results.

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FAQs

What are frozen strawberries good for? ›

Packed with vitamins, fiber, and particularly high levels of antioxidants known as polyphenols, strawberries are a sodium-free, fat-free, and cholesterol-free. They are among the top 20 fruits in antioxidant capacity and are a good source of manganese and potassium.

How do you make frozen strawberries taste better? ›

Strawberry Popsicles

Just blitz strawberries with sugar, water, and lime juice, and let them freeze. You can even add some rum to the mix if you're making them for adults!

How do you defrost strawberries without making them soggy? ›

Defrost berries: Use a cold-water bath

Instead of microwaving, which can make frozen berries soggy, pour them into a bowl and cover with cold water.

Is it better to freeze strawberries whole or cut? ›

Is it better to freeze strawberries whole or sliced? You can technically do either, but it's a good idea to slice or at least halve the strawberries before you freeze them so they are easier to work with when you eventually use them. And no matter what you do, be sure to remove the green stems before freezing.

Are frozen strawberries unhealthy? ›

Strawberries are a healthy source of essential vitamins and minerals, and freezing them retains these nutrients.

Do frozen strawberries have more sugar than fresh? ›

So, fresh strawberries contain 4.9% sugar. But freeze-dried strawberries contain 71% sugar, a 14-fold increase. That's a sugar content similar to some lollies. Like freezing, freeze-drying helps to preserve nutrients.

Why do my frozen strawberries taste weird? ›

In a good way, frozen strawberries remind me of strawberry sundaes I used to get at dunkin donuts, most likely because their strawberries were frozen too. Well, not a expert, but, a lot of liquid (And flavor/nutrients) will leak out of berries when they're thawed, meaning they lose that flavor.

Why do my frozen strawberries taste bitter? ›

Answer: The flavor of most fruits and vegetables is influenced by weather conditions. In regards to strawberries, warm sunny weather produces the most flavorful fruit. When the weather is extremely hot, the berries may have a slightly bitter taste.

Why do frozen strawberries taste like metal? ›

Acidic fruit should be kept away from all metal barring stainless. Excess DAP can give metallic tastes. Phenolics and esters can do all sorts, but usually age out.

What is the best way to thaw frozen strawberries? ›

You can defrost frozen strawberries by moving them from the freezer to the refrigerator for approximately six to eight hours or by leaving them under cold running water for 30 minutes to one hour.

How do you use frozen strawberries instead of fresh? ›

When fresh strawberries are unavailable, substitute frozen as follows: if unsweetened, use equal amounts as fresh; if sweetened, reduce sugar in recipe by 1 cup per quart of strawberries; if sweetened with sugar syrup, reduce the amount of liquid in the recipe.

Do thawed strawberries taste good? ›

If you thaw frozen berries most of them will be very soft and almost puree like. They aren't that pleasure to eat anymore as such. However, they do still contain all the sugars and flavors from the fresh berries. As a matter of fact, they likely contain a bit more of it.

Can I freeze strawberries with the stems on? ›

More From Good Housekeeping. First, clean your strawberries. When you're getting ready to freeze your berries, rinse them under running water (don't soak strawberries to wash them — it can cause the berries to lose some of their natural flavor). Afterwards, cut off the stems of your strawberries and discard them.

How long can strawberries last in the freezer? ›

Place the strawberries on a parchment paper-lined plate or baking sheet, then freeze until solid, at least 30 minutes. Transfer to a resealable freezer bag, and store for up to 3 months.

Should you wash berries before freezing? ›

In general, you can simply transfer berries to the freezer in their unwashed state — making sure to label them as unwashed, so that you wash them before use — but if you prefer to wash them beforehand, lay them out on a paper towel to make sure they are completely dry before freezing.

Which frozen fruits are healthiest? ›

The best frozen fruits to always have on-hand, according to an RD
  1. frozen cherries. Cascio says she loves keeping a bag of frozen cherries on hand, saying they're a completely underrated healthy frozen fruit. ...
  2. frozen papaya. ...
  3. frozen mango. ...
  4. frozen bananas. ...
  5. frozen berries.
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Why frozen strawberries are cheaper? ›

Makes fruit and vegetables accessible to more people. Frozen produce is typically cheaper than its fresh equivalent, especially out of season. There is minimal wastage and you can use the exact amount you need – all of which makes frozen produce more cost effective and accessible to more people.

What is the best frozen fruit for weight loss? ›

Frozen berries are low-sugar, high-fiber, antioxidant-rich, and "taste great in a smoothie," he suggests. According to Schlottman, adding some frozen blueberries to your smoothie in particular is the "best way to get the benefits of frozen fruit without all the sugars," and promote healthy weight loss.

Is frozen fruit OK for diabetics? ›

Frozen fruits

Some of the best frozen fruits for diabetes include ones higher in fiber, like blueberries, blackberries, raspberries, strawberries, cherries, kiwi and banana.

Should you wash frozen fruit? ›

The American Frozen Food Institute (AFFI) clarifies that frozen fruit is safe and ready-to-eat straight from the package, no need to wash it. This is due to its higher levels of acidity and sugar, making it unlikely that harmful bacteria could grow on it at freezer temperatures.

Is it healthy to eat frozen strawberries? ›

With plenty of fiber and antioxidants, frozen berries are a nutrient-rich, low-calorie addition to many foods, such as oatmeal, yogurt, parfaits, smoothies, and even savory meat dishes. Freezing doesn't significantly diminish berries' nutrition.

When should you not eat a strawberry? ›

Bad strawberries are ones that are mushy, damaged, leaking juice, shriveled or moldy. You should also pass over strawberries that are poorly colored, have large white or green areas or sport dry, brown caps.

What enhances the flavor of strawberry? ›

Add a little sugar and salt! Wash your strawberries, cut them, and hit them with a pinch of salt and a couple good three-finger pinches of granulated sugar, give them a little tossy-toss, and watch them magically start to darken and get extra juicy.

Does vinegar make strawberries sweeter? ›

Soak the strawberries (leaves and all) in the vinegar/water mixture for at least 10 minutes. Then I place my strawberries in an uncovered bowl in the refrigerator. The vinegar/water mixture kills any mold spores on the strawberries and keeps them fresh longer. The vinegar does not affect the taste.

How do you sweeten strawberries without sugar? ›

Sprinkle strawberries with a pinch of salt to draw out their natural sweetness. Although this may seem counter-intuitive, salt can actually enhance the flavor of fruit. A small pinch of salt will go a long way to rejuvenate your fruit, but don't go overboard with it or it may override the flavor you're seeking.

Why are strawberries not sweet anymore? ›

If your homegrown strawberries don't taste sweet, consider how they were grown. Strawberries need fertile, slightly acidic soil and at least eight hours of sunlight to produce the sweetest fruits. Try to avoid overwatering strawberries, and be sure to prune your plants for the best-tasting berries.

Why do my strawberries taste like alcohol? ›

Old strawberries can get boozy. In the meantime, you might notice an alcohol-y flavor in older strawberries. That happens because cells inside of the strawberry, still living and breathing, can't get the oxygen they need to keep running the strawberry engine (Yep, oxygen.

Why did my frozen berries spark in the microwave? ›

"Arcing," according to the Canadian Food Inspection Agency, usually happens with foods that contain high amounts of minerals, including iron, magnesium, and selenium. Since those minerals act like "tiny pieces of metal," microwaves bounce off them just like they would a fork, causing the sparking effect.

Why did my frozen fruit spark in the microwave? ›

Because it's a great conductor of electricity, it acts as a lightning rod, creating a stronger electric field than that of the air around it. That electrical charge wants somewhere to cool off, so it makes a beeline for another material with a lower electrical potential, like the plastic in your plate.

Does vinegar make berries last longer? ›

It's simple really: just give them a quick bath in a vinegar and water solution the moment you get them home, dry them, and place them in a clean container lined with paper towels. The vinegar helps to kill any mold that could cause them to spoil, and this method can make them last as long as 10 days in our house!

Is it healthy to eat frozen strawberries? ›

With plenty of fiber and antioxidants, frozen berries are a nutrient-rich, low-calorie addition to many foods, such as oatmeal, yogurt, parfaits, smoothies, and even savory meat dishes. Freezing doesn't significantly diminish berries' nutrition.

Are frozen strawberries as nutritious as fresh ones? ›

Bottom Line: Frozen produce is nutritionally similar to fresh produce. When nutrient decreases are reported in frozen produce, they're generally small.

Are frozen strawberries anti inflammatory? ›

In addition, these compounds also have an anti-inflammatory effect, which is highly beneficial to heart health. With 134 mg per serving, strawberries are a great source of potassium. This nutrient has been shown to help regulate blood pressure, and can also help lower high blood pressure.

Why do frozen strawberries taste different? ›

Well, not a expert, but, a lot of liquid (And flavor/nutrients) will leak out of berries when they're thawed, meaning they lose that flavor. This is also why you should avoid freezing, defrosting, then freezing again.

Which frozen fruits are healthiest? ›

The best frozen fruits to always have on-hand, according to an RD
  1. frozen cherries. Cascio says she loves keeping a bag of frozen cherries on hand, saying they're a completely underrated healthy frozen fruit. ...
  2. frozen papaya. ...
  3. frozen mango. ...
  4. frozen bananas. ...
  5. frozen berries.
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Do I need to wash frozen berries? ›

The American Frozen Food Institute (AFFI) clarifies that frozen fruit is safe and ready-to-eat straight from the package, no need to wash it. This is due to its higher levels of acidity and sugar, making it unlikely that harmful bacteria could grow on it at freezer temperatures.

Why frozen strawberries are cheaper? ›

Makes fruit and vegetables accessible to more people. Frozen produce is typically cheaper than its fresh equivalent, especially out of season. There is minimal wastage and you can use the exact amount you need – all of which makes frozen produce more cost effective and accessible to more people.

What is the best frozen fruit for weight loss? ›

Frozen berries are low-sugar, high-fiber, antioxidant-rich, and "taste great in a smoothie," he suggests. According to Schlottman, adding some frozen blueberries to your smoothie in particular is the "best way to get the benefits of frozen fruit without all the sugars," and promote healthy weight loss.

Are strawberries good for weight loss? ›

Strawberries are a great addition to a weight loss diet. They're low in calories, highly nutritious, and a great source of important nutrients like fiber. They're also incredibly versatile and can be incorporated into many recipes.

Are frozen strawberries good for diabetics? ›

Frozen fruits

Some of the best frozen fruits for diabetes include ones higher in fiber, like blueberries, blackberries, raspberries, strawberries, cherries, kiwi and banana.

What does strawberries do to a female body? ›

A good intake of strawberries increases the body's production of a hormone called adiponectin that ups your metabolism and suppresses appetite. Strawberries are a rich source of a B-vitamin called folate that is essential for pregnant women or those who are trying to conceive.

Which foods trigger arthritis? ›

5 Arthritis Trigger Foods to Avoid
  • Pasta. Wheat products — like pasta, bread, crackers, and bagels — may spell trouble for your joints, especially if you have rheumatoid arthritis. ...
  • Butter and Margarine. ...
  • Hamburgers. ...
  • Tomatoes. ...
  • Sugary Drinks.
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Are frozen berries good for arthritis? ›

Berries are rich in antioxidants and the Arthritis Foundation notes that blueberries, blackberries, strawberries, cranberries, raspberries and boysenberries all provide arthritis-fighting power.

How do you make frozen fruit taste better? ›

Add flavor to your water

"Adding frozen fruit infuses the water and takes the flavor to the next level," Feller says. The flavor possibilities are endless—think lemons, strawberries, cucumbers, kiwi, or mangos. Poon adds that you can toss the frozen fruit into your water to keep it cool—no ice cubes needed.

How do you defrost frozen strawberries quickly? ›

Using the microwave: Microwave-thawing your strawberries is the quickest way of warming them up. Place your berries in a microwave-safe bowl, put them in the microwave, and use the defrost function. Check on your berries at one-minute intervals to see whether the strawberries are defrosted.

Do you need to thaw frozen berries before baking? ›

Generally speaking, you should thaw frozen berries if the recipe you're making has a short cooking time. For something quick, like a pancake, a frozen berry won't have time to thaw properly in the pan. The cold berry will also keep the batter around it from cooking properly.

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