Mix a variety of berries—raspberries, blueberries, and strawberries—and combine with whipped cream and biscuits for this simple dessert.Get the recipe.
Toss the berries with a little sugar and fresh lime juice to add extra sweetness and brightness.Get the recipe.
Start with frozen puff pastry to create a crisp, airy base for the cream cheese spread and juicy berries.Get the recipe.
Combine softened vanilla ice cream with real strawberries for a fresh take on a classic.Get the recipe.
Chopped pistachios in the filling add an unexpected nutty crunch in this all-American pie.Get the recipe.
Substitute traditional whipped cream with vanilla ice cream for the perfect warm-weather dessert.Get the recipe.
This pudding has a surprising addition—bread—which soaks up all the delicious fruit juices.Get the recipe.
Bake and serve this rustic tart in a cast-iron skillet to ensure even cooking and a down-home presentation.Get the recipe.
Drop mounds of dough over the blueberry mixture and bake to create a simple, freeform crust.Get the recipe.
This two-layer cake is much easier to assemble than a traditional frosted cake; just cover with macerated berries and freshly whipped cream for a beautiful dessert.Get the recipe.
The dough is homemade, but the filling is raspberry jam—an easy shortcut.Get the recipe.
This refreshing drink is an ideal way to cool off on a hot summer day; add vodka if you want to kick things up a notch.Get the recipe.
Club soda lends a little sparkle to this beautiful thirst-quencher.Get the recipe.
Top this cheerful drink with a scoop of raspberry sorbet to create a grown-up version of an ice cream float.Get the recipe.
Upgrade a classic summer beverage with fresh strawberry puree and sparkling water.Get the recipe.