Strawberry cake filling is the perfect summer treat. It’s made with juicy strawberries cooked together with cornstarch, water, sugar, and lemon juice until thick. The result is a sweet, slightly tangy, luscious fruit filling that you’ll want to spread on almost everything.
If you love to add fruit to your fruit desserts, you’ve come to the right place!
I love using seasonal fruit to make my desserts pop and have that extra flavor!
Chè Thai is the refreshing Vietnamese version of a fruit cocktail. Coconut meats, tropical jelly, and a variety of canned tropical fruits are soaked in a rich bath of coconut milk and served chilled over bright red water chestnuts. Yum!
Sweet apples and tart cranberries are topped with a buttery crumble made with crunchy oats and pecans.
Cherry cobbler is a classic summer dessert that pairs sweet-tart cherry pie filling with a buttery topping, and this recipe couldn’t be any easier to make!
This rustic dessert is bursting with summer flavor! You’ll love the flaky biscuit and buttery brown sugar oat topping.
A retro-inspired dessert that’s always a hit at summer parties, potlucks, and barbecues!
The classic strawberry dessert that everyone loves and will be asking for seconds!
I have been really loving the fresh blueberries this season. Summer fruit is the best and it’s sad it is almost over. Although, a good idea is to stock up on fresh fruit now and then freeze it so you have it all through the winter! This blueberry pecan crumble would be an exceptional dessert …
Oh my gosh, you guys. The amount of mint I had last month was insane. I felt like I couldn’t keep up with all the mint plant was producing. In case you couldn’t tell that I was up to my eyeballs in mint…I have yet another recipe that I incorporated mint into. I wanted to …
I spotted a whole ton of sour cherries at the farmers market a few weeks ago and they stuck out like a sore thumb in my mind. I couldn’t stop thinking about them but even with that, I didn’t buy them!!! I came home, told Jason about them, and he was like, “that’s what Grandma Wampler …