Fresh and Fruity Recipes #CookBlogShare week 21

It’s the best time of year for al fresco dining and enjoying fresh and fruity recipes. From gorgeous fresh salads and fruity desserts check out my top picks for recipes to try this spring and summer.

Fresh and Fruity Main Meals

Arugula Burrata Salad with Balsamic Vinaigrette by The Family Food Kitchen

This easy Arugula Burrata Salad with Balsamic Vinaigrette is next level. Simply top peppery arugula with cherry tomatoes, basil and a ball of soft and creamy burrata cheese. Perfect as a quick dinner or a side dish, it’s ready in under 10 minutes too.

Smoked Mackerel & Beetroot Salad by Lost in Food

Our Smoked Mackerel & Beetroot Salad pairs smoky mackerel with earthy beetroot, sweet carrot and fresh cucumber. Then we finish our mackerel salad with horseradish dressing, which has a citrus burst from the lemon and freshness from parsley.

Easy Chicken Salad Bowl by Me at Sew White

This chicken salad bowl is a perfect mid-week meal, a great mixed summer platter for barbeques, and great for a lunchbox of leftovers. This warm chicken salad is freshly made and is super healthy too. The chicken is cooked in fresh herbs and served in a salad bowl with avocado, mozzarella, crisp red onion, juicy tomatoes plus the delicious staples of salad lettuce and cucumber. It is topped with an easy to make a dressing of balsamic vinegar and olive oil.

Sweet Fresh and Fruity Recipes

Forest Fruit Curd Tarts by Feast Glorious Feast

This Forest Fruit Curd Tarts recipe is a brilliant way to use and serve a dark fruit curd but it’s also super versatile and can be as homemade or not as you choose! Smooth curd is piled into crisp pastry shells and topped with whipped cream and more fruit. How simple is that?!

Fondant Fancies with Raspberries, pistachio and orange by Gluten Free Alchemist

Beautiful and very special Gluten Free Fondant Fancies with Pistachio, Orange and Raspberry that make Mr Kipling French Fancies look like children’s party food. Inspired by the Great British Bake Off, these morsels of deliciousness would happily grace the tables of the most sophisticated afternoon tea or celebration.

Strawberry and White Chocolate Cheesecake

If you are looking for a show stopper of a no-bake Strawberry White Chocolate Cheesecake you are in the right place. It looks incredible but with my recipe, it’s also incredibly easy. A perfect white chocolate strawberry cheesecake for summer parties, birthdays and events. This is a Strawberry White Chocolate Cheesecake UK recipe but there are American measurements too.


CookBlogShare is a community for food bloggers to share recipes and foodie posts and generally support the food blogging community. The community is centred around the #CookBlogShare linky.

It is a wonderful way for a wide range of food writers, recipe creators and bloggers to come together and share each other’s recipes.

The linky is now run by Sisley from Sew White & Chloe from Feast Glorious Feast. New members are always welcome to join so make sure you invite your other food blogger friends!

The last linky was hosted by Feast Glorious Feast who put together a collection of Jubilee Weekend Recipes.

Each week the host chooses a selection of recipes which have been submitted during the previous week to showcase.



Scroll down to the linky widget and add your links. Make sure to read the rules so we can all share the love!

I’ll be commenting and sharing as many of the links as possible. They’ll also be pinned to the #CookBlogShare group Pinterest board.

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