Strawberry Oatmeal Bowl

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Have you seen a breakfast more cheerful than this Strawberry Oatmeal Bowl?! I fully immersed myself in everything pink and heart-shaped leading up to Valentine’s Day. Clearly, I’m not ready to give it up yet. Though, who says you can’t enjoy pink delights after Valentine’s Day?!

Strawberry Oatmeal Bowl | Strawberry Breakfast | Healthy Breakfast Ideas | Pink Breakfast Inspiration | Pink Oatmeal | Breakfast Bowl Inspiration

If it brings you joy, then go for it! I’m not putting an expiration date on making this Strawberry Oatmeal Bowl, so join in on the fun and make this for breakfast! It uses a childhood favorite – strawberry milk – to achieve that cheerful pink color and strawberry flavor. Topped with fresh fruit, this is the perfect breakfast to kick start your day!

Strawberry Oatmeal Bowl | Strawberry Breakfast | Healthy Breakfast Ideas | Pink Breakfast Inspiration | Pink Oatmeal | Breakfast Bowl Inspiration

Strawberry Oatmeal Bowl

Ingredients:

  • 1/2 C. rolled oats
  • 1 C. strawberry milk
  • Handful of fresh fruit of your choice
  • Crushed freeze dried strawberries, optional

Directions:

  • Bring the rolled oats and milk to a simmer in a small pan.
  • Reduce to a medium heat and continue to stir occasionally for five minutes.
  • Remove from heat and pour into a bowl.
  • Top with fresh fruit and enjoy!
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Strawberry Rosé Slush

Strawberry Rosé Slush

Summer is too short to complain about the heat. Instead, embrace the long balmy nights and stay refreshed with a frozen cocktail. If you are a fan of keeping things simple, you will love this Strawberry Rosé Slush recipe! The base of the cocktail only requires two ingredients and is easily spiced up with a variety of garnishes.

Strawberry Rosé Slush

Craving something light and classic, I stuck with a zesty lemon slice. Other options include slices of pear, apple, a sprig of lavender, or fresh mint leaves. Since this recipe is so customizable, it makes the perfect dinner party drink! Lay out a tray with an array of garnishes and let guests chose their own flavor preference.

Strawberry Rosé Slush

Strawberry Rosé Slush

Ingredients:

  • Bottle of Rosé
  • 1 C. slices strawberries
  • Garnish (Lemon slices optional)

Directions:

  • Pour a bottle of Rosé into ice cube trays and leave in the freezer overnight to set
  • Blend the Rosé ice cubes with fresh strawberries until it reaches slushy consistency
  • Fill glasses with the slush and top with preferred garnish
  • Keep remaining slush in the freezer until ready to use

Strawberry Eton Mess

Strawberry Eton Mess

Traditional weddings have taken a backseat as unconventional venues, attire, and desserts gain popularity. This elevates the anticipation of wedding season as every aspect of the special day has room to surprise guests. Will the bride wear a floor length gown? Will they serve cake? Nothing is guaranteed at modern wedding.

Strawberry Eton Mess

This was no exception at the Hay’s wedding. As dinner plates were cleared away guests were served a delicate meringue topped with fresh strawberries in lieu of a slice of cake. I couldn’t have picked a better dessert to top off their countryside summer wedding and I was left thinking of it days after returning home. After picking up a small list of ingredients I got to work in the kitchen and added a slight twist to their wedding dessert – making them into individual Eton Messes. They offer a light and fresh dessert option for summer gatherings and are sure to tickle the taste buds of your guests.

Strawberry Eton Mess

Strawberry Eton Mess

Ingredients:

  • 4 egg whites
  • 1 C. white sugar
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 1 C. whipped cream
  • 2 C. sliced strawberries
  • 2 Tbs. honey

Directions:

  • Preheat your oven to 300˙ and line a baking pan with parchment paper
  • Whip the egg whites until stiff peaks form
  • Gradually add the sugar, then gently fold in the vanilla extract
  • Spoon the mixture onto your baking pan and form fist sized circles
  • Place in the oven and bake for one hour
  • While the meringue bakes, place the sliced strawberries and honey into a small sauce pan on medium and bring them to a simmer
  • Once bubbling, reduce the heat and use a wooden spoon to mash the strawberries.
  • Continue cook for 10 minutes, occasionally stirring. Set strawberries aside to cool
  • Pull the meringues out of the oven, let cool, and then crumble into a medium sized bowl
  •  In small jars, layer whipped cream, strawberries, and crumbled meringue
  • Chill them in fridge and serve soon after assembling