The month of May is declared as an official strawberry month. In different parts of the world, there are many months when strawberries are in their prime for picking. Typically in North America, the season starts in April and runs until September, depending on the weather. There are over 600 varieties of strawberries. The smallest berries pack the most flavor, whereas the more giant strawberries tend to be watery and less flavorful. There are entirely white strawberries. This ruby-red fruit is a healthy addition to your diet. They're fat-free, low in calories, and chalked full of vitamins and fiber. Strawberries can be enjoyed individually or made into sweet and savory dishes.
Just as strawberries and chocolate work wonders together, strawberries and balsamic vinegar are a perfect match on this planet. The sour elements of vinegar and the sweetness of strawberries create a magical combination. For these diabetic-friendly recipes listed below, there are sweet and savory dishes to that balsamic strawberries can be added. The first is a delicious strawberry ricotta toast. The second is a sweet version served with sugar-free chocolate ice cream, with the third recipe is an arugula salad. All these recipes are topped with our Strawberries with Balsamic Vinegar recipe. Pick and choose any recipes that suit your mood, or try all three.
Note * the nutritional information reflects only on the Strawberries with Balsamic Vinegar Recipe.
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