Desserts For Mommy and Me Strawberry Shortcake Giveaway

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Everyone’s Berry Best Friend Returns in Two Fun-Filled Adventures Arriving on DVD March 6.

Strawberry Shortcake is back just in time for Spring and is so sweet you will need two helpings! Touching the hearts of children for decades, this wildly successful franchise is back with two more tales, Strawberry Shortcake: Berry Brick Road and Strawberry Shortcake: Bloomin’ Berry Garden!

The strawberry shortcake recipe is a traditional family favorite, but there are plenty of other new, delicious berry-inspired desserts to try too! This post will give families some tips and tricks for making fun, yummy Strawberry Shortcake-inspired desserts, including blueberry muffins and a tasty raspberry tart!

Enter at the bottom of this feature to win a copy of both Strawberry Shortcake DVDs!

Berry S’Mores

This take on a classic summer treat is sure to please the kids without giving them an insane sugar high! All you need are graham crackers, softened cream cheese and sliced berries (adding in chocolate is optional as these are delicious without it). Just break the graham cracker in half, spread about a table spoon of cream cheese on one side, add some berries on top, and put the other half of the graham cracker on top. Now you have an easy, delicious, healthy s’more to enjoy!

Blueberry Muffins

These delicious blueberry muffins are an easy six-ingredient fix for your berry cravings! All you need is a cup and a half of flour, 1 egg, a half cup of milk, one fourth cup of oil, a half cup of sugar, and one cup of fresh or frozen berries. First, preheat your oven to 400 degrees and grease a muffin pan. Next, beat the egg, and stir in the milk and oil, then add your dry ingredients (the batter should be lumpy). Gently stir in the blueberries and fill your muffin tins, then bake for 20-25 minutes, or until the muffins are a nice golden brown.

Strawberry Trifle

A yummy strawberry trifle is the perfect treat to eat while enjoying the new Strawberry Shortcake DVDs! To make it you need four tablespoons of sugar, two pints of fresh strawberries (chopped), four ounces of softened cream cheese, two cups of whipping cream, one pre-made pound cake, and one half cup of melted, seedless raspberry jelly. First, stir two tablespoons of sugar into the sliced strawberries. Next, beat the remaining two tablespoons of sugar into the cream cheese. Whip the cream until stiff peaks form, and then gently fold the cream into the cream cheese/sugar mixture. Then, cut the pound cake into slices that are about 1/3 inch thick. Arrange a layer of those slices at the bottom of a glass bowl (or a festive clear glass container of your choosing), then drizzle with the melted jelly. Next, add a layer of strawberries and a layer of the cream cheese mixture. Continue layering, making sure that the last layer is the cream cheese mixture. Garnish with strawberries.

Raspberry Tart

This raspberry tart is both yummy and simple to make (with a little help from mom and dad)! To start, gather a cup of flour, a stick of butter, two tablespoons of confectioner’s sugar, four cups of fresh raspberries, and eight ounces of raspberry jam. Blend together the flour, butter and sugar, and chill for one hour. Then, pat the chilled crust into a tart pan, and bake at 375 degrees for 10 minutes. Cool the crust, and then arrange the raspberries on top of it. Last, microwave your raspberry jam until it begin to boil, then pour the jam over the fruit. Cover and refrigerate for an hour, then enjoy!

Blackberry Cobbler

Blackberry cobbler is an cinch with this easy, delectable recipe! All you need is four cups of fresh blackberries, one tablespoon of lemon juice, one egg, one cup of sugar, one cup of flour, and six tablespoons of melted butter. Start by preheating your oven to 375 degrees. Next, place blackberries in a lightly greased square baking dish, and sprinkle with lemon juice. Stir together the egg, sugar, and flour, and sprinkle over fruit. Next, drizzle melted butter across the topping, and bake for 35 minutes, or until the cobbler is lightly browned and bubbly. Enjoy!


For a chance to win copies of the new Strawberry Shortcake DVDs, tell us what your favorite recipe is to make (and eat!) with your kids are! This is the mandatory entry.

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  1. joanne major says

    we like to make jello cake. we make a cake form a mix. let it cool. poke holes in and add jello. refrigerated for 4 hours. frost with cool whip and add strawberries. also google + name will not go into rafflecopter. (joanne major0

    • LaVonne says

      Thanks, Joanne. I will head to Rafflecopter and see what is going on with the Google+ entry box. I appreciate this heads up!

    • LaVonne says

      Remember to share the recipe not just the name of the dessert. Come back by and reply to this comment with your recipe.

  2. Debbie jackson says

    strawberry dream cake////poke holes in white cake and add strawberry jello then top with favorite whip

    • LaVonne says

      Laurie, Remember to share the recipe not just the name of the dessert. Come back by and reply to this comment with your recipe.

    • LaVonne says

      Susan, Remember to share the recipe not just the name of the dessert. Come back by and reply to this comment with your recipe.

    • LaVonne says

      Amy, Remember to share the recipe not just the name of the dessert. Come back by and reply to this comment with your recipe.

    • LaVonne says

      Miranda, Remember to share the recipe not just the name of the dessert. Come back by and reply to this comment with your recipe.

  3. says

    My Tortilla Dip!

    1 can of shoehorn corn
    1 can of black beans
    3-4 tomatoes – chopped and diced
    1 red onion – diced
    1 bunch of cilantro
    salt and pepper

    Rinse the beans and the corn, mix with the tomatoes and onion. Chop the cilantro finely and mix in. Season with salt and pepper. We like the Tostitos Scoops – so yummy and so easy and economical to make!!

    *We’ve also scooped this blend over a bar of softened cream cheese and topped our crackers with it.

  4. Amy W. says

    We like to make what my kids call Pudding in a Cloud. We just use Jell-O chocolate pudding mix and follow directions on the package. Then we pour it into clear glass cups. After it sets up we put Cool-Whip on top.

  5. teh doll says

    strawberry yogurt pancakes
    2 cups of flour
    2 eggs
    2 containers of strawberry yogurt
    a bit of sugar depends on how sweet you want it
    1 cup of sliced strawberry’s

    Butter pan
    Pour small circles
    coo till slightly brown and flip

    I usually put a pit of icing on top in swirlys around the edge of the pancake. My kids go crazy for these.

  6. Carol W says

    we like to make pigs in a blanket. We use the pillsbury cressent rolls cut down to smaller triangles and mini hot dogs. Roll the cressant dough around the hot dog and place on cookie sheet. bake in oven as directed on cressent package.
    We like to dip in mustard.

  7. Kim Withers says

    We like to make frozen yogurt chips. Just put your fave yogurt in a baggie, clip the end and squeeze dots onto a cookie sheet. Put in the freezer for an hour and you have perfect, bite-size, healthy snacks!

  8. susan varney says

    juicy juice pops-2 cups of any flavor of neslte juicy juice all natural 100% juice
    5 (5 oz.) paper cups
    1/2 cup fresh or frozen berries or sliced fruit
    5 wooden craft sticks
    pour juicy juice into paper cups. Divide berries or fruit between cups. Cover each cup with foil. Insert one stick through the center of each foil.
    FREEZE for 3 hours or until firm. To remove pops from cups, carefully run warm water over side of cup to loosen.

  9. Gianna says

    Strawberry Muffins

    1/4 cup canola oil
    1/2 cup milk
    1 egg
    1/2 teaspoon salt
    2 teaspoons baking powder
    1/2 cup white sugar
    1 3/4 cups all-purpose flour
    1 cup chopped strawberries

    Preheat oven to 375 degrees F oil an 8 cup muffin tin, or use paper liners.
    In a small bowl, combine oil, milk, and egg. Beat lightly. In a large bowl, mix flour, salt, baking powder and sugar. Toss in chopped strawberries and stir to coat with flour. Pour in milk mixture and stir together.
    Fill muffin cups. Bake at 375 degrees F for 25 minutes, or until the tops bounce back from the touch. Cool 10 minutes and remove from pans.

  10. tamar says

    Honestly my son is two so we don’t have many recipes right now and he doesn’t eat anything.

    So we just make peanut butter and banana sandwiches… which he only eats when I force him. Right, so I’m pretty useless with this trivia question :)

    Tam s.

  11. kimberly helton says

    crock pot chili
    1 lb browned hamburger meat
    1 small onion sliced
    1 can dark kidney beans
    1 can light kidney beans
    1 tsp worchesteir
    1 16 oz can tomato sauce
    1 tsp chili powder
    1 can chili beans
    1 cup salsa

    low 8 hours in crockpot high 4 hours

  12. sarah t says

    we like to make ice cream jello together. we follow the recipe on the box but instead of cold water we use ice cream

  13. Valerie Taylor Mabrey says

    We love to make rootbeer floats just vanilla ice cream and add some frosty rootbeer
    vmkids3 at msn dot com

  14. says

    Please Enter Me In Your Strawberry Shortcake Berry Brick Road and Bloomin’ Berry Garden DVD Giveaway.
    In Response To Your Question Of What Is My Favorite Recipe To Make(And Eat)With Your Kids?
    My Answer Is We Like Root beer Floats With Just Vanilla Ice Cream And
    Root Beer.
    Thanks For Having This Giveaway!

  15. Jennifer M says

    We make dirt cups:
    A small cup with chocolate pudding, crushed up oreos on top, and a gummy worm sticking out of the middle.

  16. Keith mcmerty says

    Mix two eggs with haFe cup of Milk in a bowl dip two or three pieces of bread then fry in a pan with butter untill cooked then serve with home made maple syrup ….name,Canadian French toast…yummmm

  17. kathy pease says

    2 cups sugar
    1/2 cup milk
    1 tsp. vanilla
    3/4 cup peanut butter

    Put sugar and milk in pan and bring to a boil. Boil two and a half minutes. Remove from heat and add peanut butter and vanilla. Stir just until mixed well.

    Pour into greased pan (the smaller the pan, the thicker the fudge will be). Cool and cut.

  18. shirley pebbles says

    We like strawberry shortcakes. Get some of those small premade shortcakes. Top with frozen strawberries(thawed of course) and put whip cream on top. You can also add ice cream too.

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  19. Michelle Tucker says

    Our favorite is chocolate covered bananas. We get a bag of chocolate morsels and melt them in the microwave (stirring every 30 minutes). Then add 1/4 cup heavy whipping cream and stir. Quickly dip pieces of banana (or really any fruit) into the chocolate. Let sit until room temperature. For a frozen treat during the summer, we stick them in the freezer and let them harden up real good.

  20. Christy Weller says

    I like making strawberry/banana smoothies with my daughter.

    In a blender we mix a few icecubes
    1/2 cup milk
    10-15 strawberries, cut and cleaned
    3 bananas (peeled)
    1 cup vanilla yogurt
    1/4 cup orange juice

    Blend all together, makes a great refreshing snack.

  21. says

    I love making chocolate cream pie. 1-Oreo cookie crust
    1-Jello Chocolate Pudding (the big box) 1- thing of cool whip. Make the pudding… blend in half the cool whip… pour into the orep crust… and top with the rest of the coolwhip -can top with oreo crumbs if you like.

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