Simple and tasting of summer, this fancy-feeling Berry Crème Brûlée is served with a blueberry sauce.
This no-churn red, white, and blue ice cream with strawberries and blueberries doesn’t require an ice cream maker and only uses a few ingredients to make a cool and delicious dessert.
Soft, fragrant vanilla bean cake is frosted with a purple berry frosting that tastes like spring, but can use a jar of preserves or jam tucked away in your fridge.
This gorgeous pavlova is topped with fresh berries, a mountain of whipped cream, and a drizzle of dark chocolate for the perfectly elegant sweet.
Use the fresh blackberries and blueberries of summer in this whole wheat and almond flour double berry cake.
This blended lemonade is the perfect cooler for a backyard barbecue and can be spiked, if desired, for a fun, fruity cup.
Every smoothie does not have to taste like banana. Find this berry version full of antioxidants and a touch of spinach and creamy coconut milk. Start your day off right!
A refreshing Arnold Palmer is made even more cool and delicious with the addition of muddled berries.
Cool off with a watermelon slush sweetened with a blueberry and basil syrup and spiked with a splash of gin.
This greek yoghurt smoothie is filled with berries and other goodness to make one creamy, indulgent treat.
We’ve all heard of mug cakes, but when summer comes around it’s time to make cobblers with the fruit of the season. Here’s how to make a single serving of the dessert favorite in minutes.
Frozen bananas, berries, avocado, lime juice and a boosted almond beverage made a nutrient-packed smoothie bowl that will leave you feeling energized.
For a snack or breakfast, whip up this easy and super creamy almond butter and berry chia pudding, no dairy needed.
A filling breakfast smoothie packed with oats, fruit, and other nutritious perks.
Made with creamy coconut milk, this vegan berry mousse cake sits atop a nutty chocolate crust for a delightfully cool bite that screams of spring.
Check out these four tasty ways to use açaí to spice up classic mocktails.
Almost like a parfait, this smoothie combines the drink with a chia pudding for a balanced and filling snack.
A delicious, bubbly, and fruity celebration cocktail fit for a toast.
Smoothies are great, so hey, why not try this one at home. It’s delicious and packed with nutrients.
Create a simple appetizer with baguettes, brie, mint, and a sweet blueberry compote. Showcase the flavors of spring with other fresh berries and herbs, too.
Drizzled over ice cream, pound cake, or a stack of pancakes at a spring brunch, this Cabernet Sauvignon and berry syrup brings the taste of a new season to the table.
A stunning Valentine’s Day treat does not have to be difficult to make. Check out these white chocolate hearts easily made beautiful with a cookie cutter and fresh fruit.
Easily cure salmon with vodka and salt and add favorite flavors of lemon, juniper, and rosemary. Serve as a holiday appetizer on a crostini, with fennel, mustard or crème fraîche.
Summer’s fresh berries are a precious part of the season. Learn some quick tips to choosing the best looking blueberries and how to store them until ready to eat or cook with.
Cherry season doesn’t last long, but it deserves our attention. They are perfect for pies, crisps, cocktails, jams and even barbecue sauces.
A combination of any berries you choose, take on a whole new flavor profile when baked with a touch of balsamic vinegar.
Homemade strawberry ice cream made with rich heavy cream and speckled with fresh spring berries. A creamy delight to cool you down in sweet style.
There’s nothing like fresh strawberries to get you excited for summer. They are a seasonal staple in most homes, but how much do you know about the fruit?
A simple, slow cooked pork recipe that is topped with a sweet and tangy berry glaze. Add spinach or red onions for even more great flavor.
Sweet and salty with a bit of acid, this salad is the perfect balance of flavors. Enjoy the hearty grain salad with a spicy green like dandelion or arugula.
Fluffy waffles are hiding a delicious cheesecake center and then topped with a maple syrup that has be spruced up with lemon and summer’s frozen berries.
Oatmeal cookies meet berry cobbler and chia seeds. Using freezer chia jam these bars could pass as dessert of a snack.
The tea cake of the season. Studded with red berries and a warm vanilla scent, these individual cakes are delicious lightly glazed.
An earthy rye salad with spicy red onions and sweet figs. Soak the grain before cooking and make sure to take advantage of all the nutrients
Buttery crisp, rye cookies beckon you to use the berries of the season. Try the recipe with currants and rum, or dried cranberries in the winter months.
It is the perfect time of year for a day trip to an orchard or farm. The easiest, and tastiest, way to end the day is with a simple crumble.
With their tart flavor, currants work beautifully in meat sauces and in sweet cakes. Cook them with sugar to make a compote filling for layered pastries.
Buttery croissants with Nutella, soaked in custard and then baked. This is the perfect way to turn breakfast’s leftovers into a delicious dessert.
This almond cake is so easy. Just combine ingredients into two groups and mix. The result is a moist cake with beautiful height. Perfect with fresh fruit.
A simple, delicious recipe that combines butter, spices, and berry jam. No fancy ingredients needed.
An sweet waffle batter can easily be brought to the next level with the addition of tangy berries. Top with nutella or powdered sugar for a morning treat.
A beautiful spring soup that can be a simple dessert. Serve with yogurt, whipped cream, or vanilla ice cream. Save the leftovers for an eye-popping dessert topping.
Watch as crusted, fluffy waffles are topped with a sweet, citrusy mixed berry compote. Best part? They are gluten-free.
These berries brighten a classic G&T, but they’re also great on their own, served alongside cheese and charcuterie.
These nearly butter-free cupcakes are light and airy with a subtle fruit flavor, perfect for savoring summer.
Dessert doesn’t have to be sinful to be delicious. Take Peach Berry Crisp for instance.
Pick up some berries that are bountiful during the early growing season. Transform them into a sweet sauce for this pork for an unforgettable dinner.
This recipe can be made gluten-free by using gluten-free oats and can be made dairy free by substituting extra almond milk for yogurt.
This is a great side salad, but also perfect for a light summer dinner.
Feeling a bit chilly? Make this Berry Breakfast Porridge, stat. It’s exactly what you need on a cold winter’s morning.
These mini merry puddings are perfect for those who really don’t have time to cook.
Maria Laitinen finds, and falls in love with, a sweet little bakery and café just a few hours drive south of Sydney.