Strawberry Mousse Pudding

I love strawberries, but I have not always loved them.

Growing up I spent part of each summer working in the strawberry fields in Oregon. I got paid a whole $2 per flat of strawberries that I picked. By the end of strawberry season each year I did not care if I ever saw another strawberry again.

Now that I live in Oklahoma, which is not strawberry growing country, I miss fresh from the field strawberries. A berry that has been shipped half way across the country is just not as good.

Yes, I know you can grow berries in Oklahoma, but they are not as good, juicy, or large as the berries grown other places.

However, I will admit that I buy the California or Florida strawberries that are sold in my grocery store this time of year, because there is something about spring and early summer that just makes me want strawberries. So, in the end a strawberry is better than no strawberry.

This is a dessert that I just came up with last week when I had some extra strawberries that I needed to use up.

I wanted a dessert that I could use the strawberries in that was quick and easy. This is just that, quick, easy, and very good.

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  1. Yum!!!’
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  2. This looks like a great way to use up some strawberries. Sometimes you definitely just need a good berry!
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  3. This looks delicious! We live in Salem and I can’t stand picking strawberries, must have done it wayyy too often as a child. However, I LOVE fresh strawberries from the field and have already thinking about how they will be here soon. Can’t wait to try this!

  4. this sounds yummy! There are only a few here at my house that will eat strawberries.

    I am going to make this sometime for my parents cause I know they would love something like this too. :)

    Thanks for sharing.
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  5. shannon says:

    Looks perfect for tonight! Thanks Lynn!

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