Too many berries, but not enough recipes? No worries! Try one (or all) of these berry desserts for a fresh and delicious treat.
Cost per serving: $1.49
Crushed pretzels make a nice substitution for graham cracker or chocolate-cookie crumb crusts. You can make this cool berry tart a day ahead of time, just cover and refrigerate. And as an added bonus, it's super-easy to transport.
See recipe: Mixed-Berry Pretzel Tart
Cost per serving: $1.35
You can adjust the sweetness in this dessert by tasting a few of the blueberries first. If they're very sweet, cut back on the sugar. If they're on the tart side, add more.
See recipe: Blueberry Fool
Cost per serving: $1.19
This Mixed Berry Granita recipe is the perfect refreshing after-dinner treat! Add a splash of rum for a little kick when serving at adult-only gatherings.
See recipe: Mixed Berry Granita
Cost per Serving: $.88
Cool down (and impress guests) with this fruity, frozen treat. Add a sprig of mint for extra flavor.
See recipe: Blueberry Granita
Cost per serving: 43¢
This icy treat is a perfect way to cool down on a hot day, and it only takes 10 minutes to prep! We love to make it with strawberries, but it’s just as delicious with raspberries, blackberries, blueberries or even a combination.
See recipe: Strawberry Granita
Cost per serving: $1.05
A fresh fruit topping makes this pizza ok to eat in the morning.
See recipe: Berry Breakfast Pizzas
Cost per serving: $1.59
For a cool summer treat, try this scrumptious spin on strawberry shortcake. You can mix up this recipe by using different berries, such as blueberries or raspberries, if you'd like.
See recipe: Strawberry Shortcake Trifle
Cost per serving: $1.70
Loved ones will happily dig right into this decadent Lemon-StrawberryTrifle. If you enjoy making lemon curd, feel free to swap 1 1/3 cups of yours for the jarred curd.
See recipe: Lemon-Strawberry Trifle
Cost per serving: $1.35
You'll want to save room for dessert with this decadent treat! Customize this recipe by using a heaping tablespoon of semisweet chocolate chips for the Nutella if you like chocolate but not the hazelnuts, or try bananas instead of strawberries or a combination.
See recipe: Nutella and Strawberry Crepes
Cost per serving: $1.36
The light, flaky crust and rich filling of this German dessert result in pure decadence. For an extra indulgence, top it off with whipped cream.
See recipe: Raspberry and White Chocolate Strudel
Cost per serving: $1.15
This hearty recipe makes eight full servings and is an easy do-ahead dessert for guests. It's also a great way to use up leftover challah bread and cranberries at holiday time.
See recipe: Cranberry Bread Pudding
Cost per serving: 35¢
It’s hard to find a more delicious, inexpensive dessert than this crustless pie. You can make it with nearly any fruit, including blueberries and/or raspberries, or sliced peaches, plums or nectarines.
See recipe: Strawberry Meringue Gratin
Cost per serving: $1.49
Make your meal complete with this decadent twist on strawberry shortcake. And enjoy this sweet treat in moderation with portion control built into the individual serving size.
See recipe: Strawberry-Rhubarb Shortcakes
Cost per serving: 36¢
Would you believe these delightful little cheesecakes are only 80 calories each? Even better, they’re a snap to make, with just six budget-friendly ingredients.
See recipe: Miniature Blueberry Cheesecakes
Have extras or want to enjoy it later? Spoon the pureed mixture into small paper cups and freeze with an ice-pop stick in the center until firm.
See recipe: Banana-Strawberry-Lime Sorbet
For a blueberry lemon version, skip the vanilla and add a teaspoon of lemon zest to the cream cheese and sour cream mixture.
See Recipe: Blueberry Cheesecake Parfait
Cost per serving: $3.23
Double the crumble mixture. Freeze half in a ziplock bag and use it on yogurt.
See recipe: Mixed Berry Crumble
Cost per serving: $1.98
Don't have a star cookie cutter? Round biscuits make for pretty cobblers, too.
See recipe: Star Berry Cobblers
Cost per serving: 66¢
This cake pairs perfectly at breakfast, with afternoon tea or as a stand-alone dessert. For an extra sweet treat, warm it up and spoon some vanilla ice cream on top.
See recipe: Lemon Blueberry Snack Cake
Cost per serving: $1.85
This is the perfect dessert for a hot day. Bring it to your next backyard potluck or neighborhood block party.
See recipe: Berry Cookies and Cream Ice Cream Pie
Cost per serving: $1.56
Turn this into a summer treat and ditch the whipped cream for vanilla ice cream.
See recipe: Chocolate Strawberry Shortcakes
Very Berry Gelatin is a quick, easy and affordable summer side dish or dessert that will impress your guests.
See recipe: Very Berry Gelatin