There is a reason why strawberry desserts are so popular. With its sweet tang and beautiful color, this amazing fruit turns any treat into an absolute delight.
Although delicious to eat on their own or dipped in some chocolate, these berries provide natural sweetness and a burst of lovely freshness when woven into our amazing collection of 25 sweet dishes you'll want to make.
Strawberries play so well with many other flavors, and their beautiful color brightens any table, making them one of our favorite fruits to make untoppable desserts.
Let's dive into some delicious, sweet strawberry creations that are as easy to make as they are to love.
From classic baked goods and ice creams to some inventive strawberry-infused treats, we've got you covered for any occasion!
There is a reason we start with strawberry donuts. These sweet pastries are super easy to make and taste amazing. They are also baked instead of deep-fried, making them a healthier option. Lemony undertones beautifully balance their sweetness, and small diced strawberries create delicious pockets of fruity surprises. The best part, it's Weight Watchers-approved. They are light and fresh for that perfect sweet bite, or top it with some light whipped cream for a party-worthy dessert.
Are you looking to indulge in a soft, creamy, healthy, sweet treat that's also a wonderful Holiday dessert? Then this Strawberry Torte is for you. Unlike the classic version, this dessert uses no cream. Instead, wholesome ingredients and natural sweeteners make up this vegan, no-bake dessert that's also gluten-free and dairy-free. But don't be fooled by this healthy version. It's incredibly delicious, with a velvety filling waiting to be served on special occasions.
Fresh strawberries and bananas are the perfect pairing in these flavorful pastries. Their natural sweetness requires less sugar, making these treats much healthier but oh-so flavorful. You can add freeze-dried strawberries for an extra burst of strawberry flavor and color. Add a dollop of light ice cream to make petite personal strawberry desserts—they're always a winner.
Light and refreshing, these adorable cheesecake parfaits are the dessert you are looking for when you want to impress your guests. Nobody will notice that they only take 10 minutes to prepare, and you could even make them ahead of time. Graham cracker crust, fresh strawberry slices, and a light homemade cheesecake mixture make this recipe a strawberry lover's dessert dream.
The strawberries-rhubarb combo is another match made in dessert heaven. And what better way than pairing them in muffins topped with a sweet brown sugar glaze? They are sweet, delicious, and easy to make, yet still so much healthier than anything store-bought. Plus, you can easily make these muffins with frozen fruits, making them the perfect all-year-round treat.
This loaf tastes as good as it looks. Bananas add richness to the batter, while applesauce replaces butter and oil in this healthy bake. But the fresh diced strawberry and chocolate chips give this loaf its dessert-worthy look and taste. Enjoy a slice with your favorite cup of hot coffee or tea.
You can't go wrong with homemade shortcake muffins filled with fresh strawberries and whipping cream, then topped with more cream and berries. These mini strawberry desserts are individual treats not meant to be shared. You get a whopping 12 delights, and they are an easy bake, too.
This strawberry loaf is the perfect companion if you want to end a party meal with a small cup of coffee or tea. This freshly baked loaf has a crumbly topping and is infused with strawberry jam, giving it a beautiful, almost marble look. Each slice is simply scrumptious.
These petite bites are a delicious guilt-free strawberry dessert. They are such an easy bake. Reduced-fat Pillsbury crescent rolls, light cream cheese, fresh strawberries, and reduced-sugar strawberry jam come together in 14 beautiful mini desserts that everyone will love. It's such a crowd-pleaser too.
These cute little bites combine chocolate with strawberries, an irresistible combo. They just pop into your mouth for a tasty treat with a burst of strawberry flavors. Whether you serve them on a plate or make them part of a dessert bar, they are always a winner amongst kids and adults.
Here's another chocolate and strawberry dessert that can easily serve as a weekend breakfast or brunch treat. It's again such an easy bake because it uses Pillsbury biscuits as a base. They are coated with a homemade sugar-cinnamon mix, layered with strawberries and jam, and topped with mini chocolate chips—easy, delicious, and clean-up is a breeze.
Full of strawberries, these bars are moist and have just enough chocolate to make them one satisfying dessert. The batter is baked in a small casserole dish, and then once out of the oven and sufficiently cooled, you can cut the cake into 12 dessert bars. Top with a fluffy whipped topping for a heavenly bite.
Here is another donut that turns strawberries into a divine dessert. In just 15 minutes, you get a whopping six donuts filled with this favorite berry fruit and then topped with irresistible Nutella. It's finger-licking good. Go Ahead. Enjoy them for breakfast, a snack, or dessert. Who wouldn't?
These little tarts are another showstopper Holiday dessert. The secret to this 30-minute dessert is wonton wrappers and an instant custard mix. You can prepare the latter while the wrappers briefly bake in the oven. The little custard-filled tarts are then topped with a gelatin-coated strawberry. They not only look beautiful but are simply delicious. And feel no guilt because they are made without sugar.
This healthy ice cream can be yours with just three ingredients and no ice maker. Fresh or frozen strawberries, raw honey, and warm water transform into this amazing dessert in no time. Enjoy immediately if you prefer a softer texture, or make it ahead and freeze it for 2-3 hours for a firmer sorbet. It's delicious, dairy-free, and low-carb.
Beautifully presented with a drizzle of sugar glaze, these sweet cookies are bursting with strawberry flavors. And there are no artificial sweeteners or coloring in this recipe. The subtle pink color is all from thawed frozen strawberries and their juices—they are pretty, soft, delicious, and a great Valentine's treat.
Do you wonder what a snacking cake is? It's baked, sliced, and eaten on the go as a treat or dessert—perfect for small gatherings or casual dining. Beautifully pink and topped with homemade icing, this strawberry dessert is ideal for those avoiding wheat and dairy!
Sponge cake, fresh strawberries, and cream perfectly roll into this dessert. The recipe uses Monk fruit sweetener instead of sugar and adds Greek yogurt to the whipped cream. A healthier strawberry dessert that looks impressive for special occasions or the Holidays and tastes delightful.
By the look of it, you would never guess that this cake is a healthy strawberry dessert, deliciously light and gluten-free. Wholesome ingredients like fresh strawberries and ground oats make up the bulk of the cake, while a combo of light cream cheese and Greek yogurt creates the beautiful pink icing. Every bite is sweet, tender, and moist; what a dessert to impress your guests.
With only five simple ingredients, these fruity chocolate-covered clusters are ready to wow your dessert table. It's a healthy dessert that's easy to make and still incredibly delicious. Strawberries, yogurt, and semi-dark chocolate create the perfect touch of sweetness in this inventive treat. No baking is involved but count on an extra 40 minutes to let these strawberry bites form in the freezer.
21 . Strawberry Mousse
What's not to love about individual mousse cups infused with the amazing flavors of sweet and tangy pureed strawberries? The shortcake parfaits are beautifully pink with extra strawberries layered in coconut whipped cream and sponge cake. Every bite melts in your mouth. This dessert is also naturally eggless, dairy-free, with no gelatin, and whipped up with just three healthy ingredients.
Our list would not be complete without a fun twist to a classic Italian dessert—Tiramisu. It's a make-ahead strawberry party dessert that looks stunning. Whipped mascarpone and strawberry jam are deliciously layered with honey-dipped ladyfinger cookies. It's a berry-filled delight generously topped with fresh strawberries and heavenly creamy. It all comes together with little effort, and no baking is involved.
Slimming-friendly sponge cakes that are also suitable for vegetarian and gluten-free diets? That's quite the claim, but there is more. Each bite has a light and airy texture, generous sweet strawberry filling, and extra fresh fruits, making it a delightful treat. They look cute and are the perfect strawberry desserts for a buffet table.
Here's another showstopper. This pie has a no-bake crust, filled with an easy-to-make mousse that combines strawberries and raspberries. Everything is naturally sweetened—another bonus. You can give the oven a break because you simply freeze the filling and thaw briefly before slicing. Nobody will know it's vegan and a much healthier treat.
This moist and tender strawberry cake is guaranteed to make you smile. Diced fresh strawberries are woven into the cake, and each slice is tender with a perfect sweet and tangy flavor due to the addition of yogurt and lemon. It's all made with wholesome ingredients and topped with a healthier homemade glaze—simply stunning and delicious. Serve a slice as-is, or go all out with an extra dollop of your favorite ice cream.
25 Irresistible and Easy Strawberry Desserts For Any Occasion
- 1 egg
- 2 tablespoon sugar
- ¼ cup milk I used 1%
- 2 tablespoon fresh squeezed lemon juice
- 1 teaspoon vanilla
- ¾ cup flour
- 1 teaspoon baking powder
- 2 teaspoon lemon zest
- ½ teaspoon salt
- ⅓ cup fresh strawberries diced into very small pieces
- Confectionary sugar optional
- Preheat the oven to 350F and spray a regular size 6 hole donut pan with some nonstick cooking spray.
- In a bowl, whisk together the egg and sugar, then add in milk, lemon juice and vanilla and stir well.
- Mix in the all purpose flour, baking powder, salt and lemon zest.
- Dice the fresh strawberries into very small pieces, then fold them into batter.
- Divide the batter into the donut tin. You can place batter into a zip lock bag, cut a tip and pipe into pan if you wish. It makes them much more even!
- Bake in the oven for 16 minutes. Let them cool, then using a knife gently scrape around the edges to remove donuts from the pan. It’s optional, but you can dust them with a sprinkle of icing sugar (not enough to add any points).