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Yummy Strawberry Recipes For National Strawberry Day

Box Of Strawberries
[1] Just wash and eat for a delicious snack or dessert (photo © Gelson’s Market).

Strawberry Milk
[2] Strawberry milk. The recipe is below (photo © Bluebird Chelsea | London).

[3] Strawberry Rosé Ice Pops Recipe. The recipe is above (photo © California Strawberry Council).

Frozen Strawberry Margarita With Flower Garnish
[4] Frozen Strawberry Margarita. The recipe is above (photo © Discover California Wine).


February 27th is National Strawberry Day. As we were deciding which of our favorite strawberry recipes to feature, we thought: Why not present all of them?

Check them out, below.

May is National Strawberry Month.

> The history of strawberries.

  • PB&J Sandwich With Freeze-Dried Strawberries
  • Stewed Rhubarb & Strawberries
  • Strawberry Avocado Smoothie Recipe
  • Strawberry Basil Lemonade
  • Strawberry Ice Cream Soda (Float)
  • Strawberry Ice Pops With Rose Wine: A Low-Calorie Recipe
  • Strawberry Jell-O Shots
  • Strawberry Lemonade
  • Strawberry Margarita & Strawberry Shooters
  • Strawberry Milk
  • Strawberry Mint Mojito Recipe For National Rum Day
  • Strawberry Parfait
  • Strawberry Rose Mojito
  • Strawberry Rhubarb Pie
  • Strawberry Shortcake Ice Cream Cake
  • Strawberry Shortcake Layer Cake
  • Strawberry Sundae Recipes
  • Strawberry White Chocolate Popcorn

  • Strawberries are a member of the rose family.
  • The strawberry is the only fruit to carry its seeds on the outside.
  • There are 200 seeds in the average strawberry. Each of these seeds has the genetic potential to become a new variety of strawberries since no two seeds are the same. This is how plant breeders develop new varieties of strawberries.
  • Technically strawberries are not true berries. True berries have seeds on the inside and they don’t come from a single ovary.
  • Botanists call the strawberry a “false fruit,” a pseudocarp. A strawberry is actually a multiple fruit that consists of many tiny individual fruits embedded in a fleshy receptacle.
  • Strawberries are the first fruit to ripen in the spring.
  • A strawberry will not ripen once it is picked.
  • Americans eat 3.4 pounds of fresh strawberries a year, and another 1.8 pounds of frozen strawberries a year.
  • One acre of land can grow about 50,000 pounds of strawberries.
  • Strawberries are grown in every single U.S. state and Canadian province.
  • California produces 75% of crops in the U.S. About 1 billion pounds of strawberries are produced each year in California alone.
  • Florida is second in production, and North Carolina is ranked third.
  • There is a museum in Belgium just for strawberries.
  • Strawberries are indigenous to North and South America, Europe, and Asia (but not Africa, Australia, or New Zealand) and thus, have always been available for mankind’s diet.


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