The month of May has a lot to offer. Warmer weather, a birthday in my house, the end of the school year (at least here in Florida), Memorial Day…and did you know May is also National Strawberry Month? Do you do anything special during the month of May that incorporates strawberries? Maybe strawberry picking? Simple strawberry snacking? If there’s not a single strawberry in your house, it’s never too late to get some! Plus, I’ve gathered up over 30 tasty strawberry sips, snack and sweets that will surely give you strawberry vibes.
~I received samples to help facilitate this post. As always, opinions are still 100% my own.~
Sparkling Strawberry Mint Limeade | Dash of Jazz
Frosted Strawberry Lemonade | The Cinnamon Mom
Sparkling Strawberry Party Punch (non-alcoholic) | Food Meanderings
Strawberry Spritzer | A Girl Worth Saving
Watermelon-Strawberry Summer Drink | Love My Simple Home
Strawberry, Lime, Mint Infused Water | Reuse Grow Enjoy
No Alcohol Strawberry Mint Mojito | Easy Keto Dishes
Strawberry Soda | Mind Over Batter
When I’m on the go and want something strawberry flavored, I reach for a Sparkling Ice Strawberry drink. Strawberry Watermelon, Strawberry Lemonade, Kiwi Strawberry…you can’t go wrong based on the flavors alone! If you’re not familiar, Sparkling Ice is a light and refreshing, slightly carbonated beverage with B-Vitamins, Vitamin D and antioxidants. Plus, each one contains 0 calories, 0 carbs, is gluten free and also sodium free. Ya know…if it looks good and sounds good, it probably is good!
Chocolate Strawberry Ladybugs | ConservaMom
Strawberry Bread | Greedy Eats
Strawberry Rhubarb Chipotle Jam | A Home to Grow Old In
Rosemary-Infused Strawberry Empanadas | Caroline’s Cooking
Strawberry Mango Salsa | DIY Candy
Strawberry Goat Cheese Crostini | Sweet & Savory Pursuits
Pickled Green Strawberries | Bacon is Magic
Crostini with Balsamic Strawberries and Ricotta | She Keeps a Lovely Home
Strawberry Energy Balls | Bubba Pie
Strawberry Fruit Roll Ups | Mommy Musings
Mini Strawberry Pop Tarts | ConservaMom
When strapped for time (and even when not), my kids love to snack on Welch’s® Strawberry Fruit Snacks and Strawberry Fruit n’ Yogurt Snacks. Both Welch’s snacks are made with real fruit and are also gluten free. The best part is every bite is filled with strawberry goodness. Plus, the strawberry fruit in the Fruit n’ Yogurt snacks are surrounded by creamy yogurt for a “melt in your mouth” taste. Yum!
More specifically the fruit snacks contain 100% of the daily recommended value of Vitamin C, 25% of Vitamins A & E, are fat-free, and have no preservatives. There’s no doubt I can feel good about giving these Welch’s strawberry snacks to my kids whenever they want them!
3 Ingredient Strawberry Cookies | Stylish Cravings
Strawberry Streusel Squares | Making Time for Memories
Mini Strawberry No Bake Cheesecakes | Loving Living Lancaster
Strawberries & Cream Tart (vegan) | Karissa’s Vegan Kitchen
Strawberry Donuts | Operation $40K
Strawberry Brigadieros | Cool Moms Cool Tips
No Sugar Added Strawberry Lemonade Popsicles | Diabetes Strong
Strawberry Glazed Scones | Recipes from the Homestead
Strawberry Icebox Cake | Eating on a Dime
No-Churn Strawberry Swirl Ice Cream | Smart Savvy Living
Strawberry Chocolate Brownie | Veena Azmanov
Strawberry Cheesecake Popsicles | Making Time for Memories
For those late nights when you want something sweet and head to the freezer for some ice cream, Ripe Strawberry My/Mo Mochi Ice Cream will satisfy that sweet tooth and won’t abruptly ruin your calorie count. My/Mo Mochi Ice Cream in Ripe Strawberry is a colorful sweet made with a scoop of premium strawberry ice cream, bursting with sweet bits of strawberry, and wrapped in pillowy rice dough. And at just 110 calories per ball, it is the perfect poppable, portion-controlled late night sweet relief. Have you tried these yet?
Which strawberry sip, snack or sweet are you most excited to try?
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