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Recipes for National Strawberry Shortcake Day

strawberry shortcake recipesJune 14th is National Strawberry Shortcake Day.

Can you imagine? A day of celebrating this delicious dessert?

Sign me up, please. I think I might have to see if my local strawberry patch has re-opened, but if not I’m going to need to hit the grocery store this afternoon to pick up some ingredients, since I’ve been eating strawberries like they’re going out of style.

Check out the ingredient list for a delicious strawberry shortcake pinwheel recipe shown in the image you see here. —>

Shortcake pinwheels:

1 1/2 c. flour
1 t. salt
2 t. baking powder
2 T. sugar
2 T. shortening
1 egg, beaten
1/3 c. milk
2 T. melted butter
1/2 c. sugar
1 T. orange zest

Delicious strawberry topping:

1 quart strawberries
1/2 c. sugar

Homemade whipped cream:

1 c. whipping cream
1 T. sugar

For the next steps in preparing this delightful dessert head to our Strawberry Shortcake Pinwheels Recipe.

For another option have a look at what’s needed to make an absolutely delicious no-bake skinny strawberry shortcake trifle.

strawberry shortcake recipes

Trifle Ingredients:

5 cups (approx. 2 pints), fresh strawberries, sliced
2 cups fresh blueberries
½ cup store-bought prepared strawberry glaze
1 (14oz) ready baked angel food cake, cut in half and into 1-inch cubes
1 (8oz) container fat-free frozen Cool Whip, thawed
2 snack packs of already prepared fat-free vanilla or tapioca pudding

Find out what to do next by clicking through to the complete recipe for this delicious skinny strawberry shortcake trifle.

Looking for more ideas on how to create delicious meals and treats with your stash of strawberries? We have a list of twelve amazing strawberry recipes you’re going to need to look at to fulfill your cravings.

Andrea Bates

Andrea is a native New Yorker living in NC who has become quite accustomed to wearing flip flops year-round. A licensed clinical social worker, she spends her free time volunteering for a number of organizations supporting women (more specifically, mothers) in need of a reminder that they are not alone. Andrea blogs at <a href="//goodgirlgoneredneck.com”">Good Girl Gone Redneck</a>, where she writes from the heart, sharing the ins and outs of parenting, family and relationships. She also devours books and regularly features her honest reviews, ensuring that her readers are intrigued and ready for more.

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