These recipes with strawberry pie filling are a must-try for all strawberry lovers! There are only ten of them. However, each one is better than the one before it.
A few of these use canned strawberry pie filling. For others, you’ll make a homemade pie filling instead.
Don’t worry, though. None of them are that difficult to whip up.
If you can follow simple directions, you can definitely make these recipes.
Probably the most challenging one here is for strawberry hand pies. And even it isn’t too bad!
So, if you’re craving something sweet and full of strawberries, give these recipes with strawberry pie filling a try!
What I’m about to say will upset some people, but it’s true. I couldn’t care less about the strawberries in this pie.
Don’t get me wrong; they’re tasty. They’re spectacular, even. However, they’re nothing compared to the flaky, buttery, melt-in-your-mouth crust.
I could eat it by itself with no fruit whatsoever.
It’s not even homemade, so I don’t know why it’s so good! I think it’s the butter and adding the latticework on top. Whatever the reason, it’s awesome.
Of course, I realize most people would rather have some berries in their pie. So go ahead and add your strawberries, and don’t forget the dash of cinnamon.
I know adding cinnamon to strawberry pie seems odd. But trust me, it makes it divine.
The crust on these strawberry hand pies is homemade. It’s also just as phenomenal and eat-it-by-itself-worthy as the one above.
The sweet and zesty roasted strawberry filling is too good to pass up, though. It packs an intense wallop of strawberry yumminess.
The buttery, sugar-speckled crust is its perfect complement. The pies take a bit of time to make, but they’re soooo worth it in the end.
Did you know you can whip up a delicious, decadent breakfast in just 25 minutes? Well, you can!
These thin, crispy crepes feature a rich, creamy filling. And they have plenty of fresh strawberries.
You’ll make the filling with cream cheese and heavy whipping cream. It makes them both sweet and tangy. The strawberries add color and a bit of tartness, as well.
They aren’t the healthiest breakfast option available. They’re certainly one of the yummiest, though.
If crepes seem too indulgent for breakfast, serve them for dessert instead. No one will mind; I promise. (They’re a terrific idea for spring and summer brunches, too.)
The author’s real name for these is “The World’s Cutest Little Mini Strawberry Pies in a Muffin Tin.” That’s a mouthful, to be sure, but it’s also precisely what they are.
I mean, just look at them! They’re freaking adorable!
Luckily, they taste just as good as they look. The crust is warm and sweet, and the filling? Well, it’s just this side of heavenly.
They’re easy to make, too. The hardest thing about these is not eating way too many because of their miniature size.
(Good luck! I can’t ever put them away before I’ve had at least three.)
This recipe is where strawberry cheesecake and strawberry shortcake overlap. It’s a multi-layered, sweetly tart delight full of strawberry goodness.
You’ll start with a dense, crumbly golden Oreo crust. Then, you’ll add your strawberry cheesecake layer, then the whipped cream one.
Top it all off with the strawberry crunch topping, and it’s good to go. Just be sure you give it plenty of time to chill before serving it.
If you’re looking for a cool, creamy summer dessert, this is it.
This gorgeous pie looks like it should be cooling on someone’s windowsill. (I’d totally run by and steal it if it was! Just kidding; I’m not a pie thief!)
(Or am I?)
Seriously, though, this homemade strawberry pie is remarkable. It features the most wonderful made-from-scratch crust. Then, you’ll whip up the sweetest, tangiest strawberry filling.
It’s not one of those ’10 minutes and done’ desserts. It takes time and attention to get it right. However, once you do, there’s no one around who won’t appreciate it. (And you!)
Looking for a simple dessert option for your next family gathering? Give strawberry bars a try. They look and taste fantastic, and you can whip them up with no trouble.
You won’t need more than 30 minutes to make them from start to finish. Plus, they’re pretty rich. That means you can cut them into small squares, and they’ll still be satisfying.
Try them the next time you need a definite crowd-pleaser in a hurry.
Strawberry rhubarb pie is the perfect balance between sweetness and tartness. The bright, sweet strawberries play well with the slightly sour rhubarb.
Additionally, the rich, buttery homemade crust ties everything together. Top each slice with homemade vanilla ice cream for a doubly decadent dessert.
Do you know the easiest way to make homemade strawberry pie filling? Combine fresh strawberries and strawberry Jello!
It’s not exactly like the canned stuff, but it’s colorful, flavorful, and does the trick. Especially if you’re making a refreshing summertime dessert.
This one uses six simple ingredients and is a snap to make. It also features a delightful combination of textures – crumbly, wiggly, etc.
A piece of advice, though. If you take it to a party, go ahead and make at least two. You may even need a third. And leftovers likely won’t be in the cards.
This mile-high cake is rich, Rich, and RICH. It’s cold, creamy, and ideal for hot summer days. However, it’s decadent to the max.
Even so, it’s a hard one to pass up. When you realize it requires no cooking and 15 minutes, it gets even harder to turn down.
Plus, its stunning appearance is sure to turn everyone’s head. Once they see it, they’ll never believe how easy it was to make. (And who’s going to tell them? Not me!)
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