Strawberry Pleasure

Recipe from Kate Logan
Strawberry Pleasure
Cooking time: 15 min
Servings 4
A real strawberry treat! It's 100% natural, tastes divine, and is so much fun! And it only takes five minutes. Treat yourself to a scoop of berry soup on a sultry summer morning. An incredibly tender, refreshing and delicious dessert for you and your family. You can use rolled berries, but if your soup includes freshly picked strawberries from the garden, there will be no limit to your enjoyment.


  • Strawberries
    0,8 lbs.
  • Cold water
    4 cups
  • Sweet cream
    12 fl.oz.
  • Sugar
    2 cups

Nutrition facts per serving

  • Calories

    43 kcal

  • Protein

    2 g

  • Fat

    5 g

  • Carbohydrates

    13 g


  • First of all, rinse the berries and clean them of their tails. Clean and delicious berries we put in a bowl for whipping, add sugar, a little water and whip everything with a blender. If you wish, you can take liquid cream and add it to the soup, or, if you don't want the creamy taste, you can use whipped cream as a decoration. A few leaves of mint will also work well here.
    You can also make the soup more caramelized, in which case mix the water with the sugar and heat lightly in a small saucepan until the mass takes on a golden hue.

  • The soup needs to cool slightly in the refrigerator. If you are going to serve it to your guests as a dessert, then take it out 10 minutes before serving, so it doesn't have time to get too hot and retain its freshness. Enjoy!


  • The first rule of choosing strawberries is to choose the reddest one! Strawberries owe their red color to substances that are very good for the body, but do not affect the taste in any way. However, the deep red color means that the berries are ripe, that strawberries are full of antioxidants, substances that slow down aging and damage cells. At the same time, this rule works if you buy strawberries at the market. Store-bought red and beautiful strawberries are usually not local. Local strawberries in the supermarket are a little pinkish, their part closer to the tail or tip may even be white or green - this means that the berries were picked a little earlier, so they don't spoil early and ripen while already on the counter of the local grocery store.

Bon Appetit!

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