Vanilla Roasted Strawberries

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So I was on the fence about posting these delectable strawberries because they are beyond simple. Then I thought, sometimes simple is good – like really good.  And these vanilla roasted strawberries are so addictive that they definitely deserve their own post.  Actually, addictive may be a slight understatement due to the fact that every time I’ve made them, they’ve managed to disappear before I could photograph them!  They’re just that good!

When I tell you these are beyond simple to make, I’m not even kidding.  All you have to do is toss strawberries with some sugar and vanilla beans, spread them out on a sheet pan and pop them in the oven.  I told you they were easy!  I’ve made these quite a few different ways in the past, but my favorite ingredient to add is a vanilla bean.  After you scrape the seeds out, just tuck it under some of the berries and let everyone get to know each other.  You’ll be amazed how much flavor it adds.

Vanilla Roasted Strawberries | ButtercreamBlondie.com

I also want to mention that I like to roast the strawberries seed side up.  You’ll notice that some of the seeds get a little toasted adding a slight crunch – good stuff people!  When the strawberries are ready, you’ll notice some of them have broken down and some get really dark, caramelizing around the edges.  I’m telling you, 15-18 minutes in the oven and it’s some sort of magic.  They take on this deep red color and the smell alone is intoxicating.  This is why it’s impossible to keep your hands off of them!  Once they are completely cool, transfer them to a jar and store in the fridge – that is if there’s any left!

These are great for brunch served on top of french toast or waffles.  I also love them on top of ice cream or mixed in with yogurt.  But let’s be serious, my favorite way to enjoy these is simply on a spoon! These will be making an appearance next week as part of a new dessert too, so I highly suggest making extra! Have a great weekend guys!

Vanilla Roasted Strawberries | ButtercreamBlondie.com

Vanilla Roasted Strawberries

Ingredients

  • 1lb strawberries
  • 1/4 cup sugar
  • 1/2 vanilla bean or 1 teaspoon vanilla bean paste

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 425 degrees.
  2. Wash, hull and cut strawberries in half. If strawberries are really big you can quarter them. You just want them all to be approx. the same size.
  3. Toss strawberries with sugar. Scrape vanilla bean and add to the mix.
  4. Spread evenly on a parchment lined sheet pan seed side up. Tuck vanilla bean under the strawberries.
  5. Roast strawberries 15-18 minutes, rotating pan about 10 minutes through.
  6. Allow to cool completely. Transfer cooled strawberries to jar and refrigerate.
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30 Responses to “Vanilla Roasted Strawberries”

  1. 1

    oh myyyyyyy gawwwwd.

    These look amazing!

  2. 2

    I love roasted strawberries! Adding vanilla bean sounds amazing!

  3. 3

    I’m in love with these strawberries. They look incredible!

  4. 4

    I need to try roasting strawberries – everyone says how good they are!

  5. 5
    Kim Beaulieu says:

    I love strawberries done like this. Perfect over top of some really good quality vanilla ice cream right. I love your photos. I just want to dive head first into the bowl and eat my way out.

  6. 6
    Joan says:

    Oh, now, I have to make a quick trip to the grocery for strawberries!

    I have to make a cake for a 75th birthday for a stitch group. Do you have any suggestions? I am up the proverbial tree trying to decide.

    Joan

  7. 7

    Yummy!! What a good idea…. this is actually a healthy dessert tooo!!!

  8. 8

    These are mouthwatering, Meghan! What beautiful strawberries!

  9. 9

    You’ve totally convinced me to give these a try. I make a pretty yummy vanilla strawberry dessert sauce, so I’m sure I’ll love these. Have a great day!

  10. 10

    I just pulled a batch from the oven – my house smells divine!!

  11. 11

    Is it possible I can smell these through the screen! Deliciousness! I love roasted strawberries, heaven!

  12. 12
    Terra says:

    I love simple! I have seen roasted strawberries in the blog world, and now I want some:-) I love your addition of vanilla, sounds lovely! Hugs, Terra

  13. 13

    I’m so happy you posted these! They’re gorgeous, and I want a giant scoop all up in my ice cream! xo

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