Sunday, June 2, 2013

Oregon Strawberry Sundae {#Dairyfree} for #SundaySupper

This week's #SundaySupper theme is Berries....oh yes,  indulgent, delicious, juicy summer berries. Oh, how  I we love all of you. Our host today is Nicole of the Daily Dish Recipe.  Thank you so much for hosting.

Strawberry, Blueberry, Marionberry, Blackberry, Salmonberry, Raspberry...oh yes, all of them are just super delicious. We love all of them and we live in the land {state} where berries grow like weeds. Before moving to Oregon I just knew strawberries and had no idea about all of the different varieties.  Oh yes,  Hood Strawberry you are may favorite super sweet, and the most delicious of them all! I have heard that they never offer these outside of the state just because they are so sweet and therefore spoil super fast.

Yes, I could sing to the ode to the Oregon Strawberry all by myself...this is why today I bring you an Oregon Strawberry Sundae.  Truth be said, this is the very first time both of our children had a Sundae and I think they like it. What do you think?

So what makes this an Oregon Strawberry Sundae - well, it is the Oregon Strawberry but do not fret you can make this even with a California Strawberry or from any other state ;)  First we made the strawberry sauce

Oregon Strawberry Sundae 

  • 3 pints of strawberries
  • 2 Tbl of fresh mint {I used chocolate mint that grows in my yard}
  • 1-1/2 tsp sugar
  • Pint of Dairyfree Ice Cream - we used SoDelicous Turtle Ice Cream
  1. Clean, slice the strawberries, and put in a bowl
  2. Add mint, sugar, and toss it
  3. Cover and let it rest for at least a couple of hours
  4. After two hours assemble the sundae's
  5. In dessert dishes place Strawberries, then add ice "cream", and top with Strawberries

Now take a look at all the other berry deliciousness from the other #SundaySupper contributors...

Breakfast & Brunch

Sweet & Savory Berry Recipes

Jams, Jelly, Sauces & More


Cocktails, Drinks & Smoothies

Party Planning

Summer Berry RecipesPlease join our #SundaySupper chat on Twitter today we’ll tweet throughout the day and share all of our recipes. Then at 7:00pm EST we'll start our weekly chat. Please jump in anytime and join us! To join in, just follow the #SundaySupper hashtag, and remember to include it in your tweets. You can also check out our #SundaySupper Pinterest board for more delicious recipes and photos.


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