Summer Fruit Desserts Round Up – CookBlogShare Week 19

May 10, 2021Sew White

A Summer Fruit Desserts Round Up featuring a tasty range of yummy recipes to try this summer. A lovely collection of uses for summer berries for #CookBlogShare Week 19.

Thank you Helen at https://family-friends-food.com/ for hosting last week.

In this week’s #CookBlogshare round up I have chosen six glorious desserts full to the brim with fresh summer fruits and summer berries. I am loving the new warmer weather. Having sunshine more often and lighter evenings really feel hopeful and joyful.

All of the desserts I have chosen below are ones I want to eating outside in the sunshine and I’m pretty sure you will agree.

Baked Nectarines by Lost in Food

grilled nectarines by lost in food in the Summer Fruit Desserts round up

This recipe for baked nectarines with hazelnuts is a sweet and delicious dessert topped here with creamy Greek yogurt. The taste of summer in a bowl. Made with only 5 ingredients and ready in less than 30 minutes, baked nectarines with hazelnuts is a quick dessert, ideal for the summer months when we’d all rather be outdoors enjoying the sunshine.

Summer recipes with berries in the Summer Fruit Desserts Round Up

Jam Tarts with Gluten Free Pâté Sucrée Pastry by Gluten Free Alchemist

little raspberry tarts for the summer food ideas

Take Jam Tarts to a new level with enriched gluten-free Pâté Sucrée pastry. It isn’t hard to make, but will take your jam tarts to French Patisserie perfection. These are the cutest little tarts and I think it would be so easy to take a few at a party or event.

They are calling out to be enjoyed and would look so wonderful in the sunshine. Maybe with a glass of champagne or something fruity like Pimm’s.

Summer Pudding with Scottish Berries by Farmergirl Kitchen

bright pink summer pudding in the Summer Fruit Desserts round up

Summer Pudding is a delicious traditional British no-bake dessert made with Scottish strawberries, raspberries, and blackcurrants encased in soft white bread. It is easy to make and looks impressive enough for summer celebrations and get-togethers.

This pudding is a joy and a great way to use your fresh fruit to create a really easy no bake pudding. I also love the colour of the bread once the juices have been absorbed into it.

Bring out the strawberries in the Summer Fruit Desserts

A Sweet Sunshine By The Slice Strawberry And Lemon Pie by Not Entirely Average

Summer Fruit Desserts - lemon and strawberry pie with lemon curd

This graceful custard pie is crowned with lemon curd and embellished with brilliant early spring sliced strawberries and edible flowers. Beyond being scrumptious, it’s undeniably stunning.

This strawberry pie is like sunshine in on a plate. The strawberries are so gorgeous and the combination with lemon is one that everyone will want a slice of this summer.

Summer Strawberry Roulade by Only Crumbs Remain

Summer Fruit Desserts - strawberry roulade with glossy strawberries

Summer Strawberry roulade is a delightful summer dessert – Soft gooey meringue, mascarpone cream and strawberries quite literally rolled up into one spectacular dessert and served with macerated strawberries.

The strawberries are glossy and look so inviting, plus the addition of the basil gives this dessert a really earthy and fresh flavour that elevates it a stunning dessert.

Lemonade Sweetened with Rhubarb Puree by The Copper Table

I’m sure we’ve all heard that phrase, and it ends with “make lemonade”. If you’re going to make lemonade, why not do something a little different? This Lemonade Sweetened with Rhubarb Puree is a tasty and refreshing alternative to a typical lemonade! It’s made in a very similar way most of us are used to, but with the addition of rhubarb as a part of the simple syrup. 

The last recipe I had to pick was a juicy fruity drink to enjoy with all the other recipes. The mix of rhubarb and lemon is beautiful so as a take on lemonade it sounds so inviting. Who else fancies a sip of this in the summer sun? A gorgeous drink like this totally counts as a dessert!

Other Summer Fruit Desserts you might enjoy from Sew White

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