Clean Eating Strawberry Recipes

Gorgeous Clean Eating Strawberry Recipes

Are you wondering what to make with all of those summer strawberries? Here are five clean eating strawberry recipes that will make the most of those gorgeous ripe berries.

 

Strawberry & Chocolate Cheesecakes

These frozen, clean eating cheesecakes are gluten-free and contain no refined sugar. They are quick and easy to make, and they taste delicious too! This cheesecake has the natural sweetness provided by the dates in the base, and the ripe strawberries and a touch of maple syrup in the filling.

Clean Eating Strawberry Recipes

Strawberry & Coconut Ice Lollies

Commercial ice lollies are inevitably made using refined sugars, or concentrated, processed fruit juices that are very high in sugars. These coconut and strawberry lollies are clean as a whistle, and are perfect for adults and children. Made using just fresh strawberries and coconut water, these lollies are refreshing and completely natural.

Clean Eating Strawberry Recipes

Strawberry & Banana Torte

When fresh fruit is ripe and in-season it doesn’t need any additional sugar, as you will see in this clean-eating dessert recipe. Ripe bananas are naturally sweet and provide the perfect ‘ice-cream’ style base for this healthy frozen torte.

Clean Eating Strawberry Recipes

Strawberry Ice Cream Shake

This dairy-free strawberry ice cream shake takes advantage of the natural sweetness of ripe berries and bananas. The almond milk and frozen bananas ensure that this shake is thick and creamy, just like a milkshake – but without the allergens and sugar!

Clean Eating Strawberry Recipes

Fresh Strawberry & Blueberry Jelly

This homemade strawberry and blueberry jelly is fresh, fruity and full of raw goodness. It is easy to make and can be converted to a vegan recipe by using a vegan-friendly gelatine alternative. Berries are full of antioxidants and anticancer compounds. If the fruit is out of season then frozen berries work just as well in this recipe.

Clean Eating Strawberry Recipes


Facebook
Twitter
RSS
Leave a Comment

We would love to hear your comments, but please keep them respectful and friendly. Differences of opinion are fine, but we will not tolerate any trolling, abuse or judgment of other people's choices.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *