Strawberries with Balsamic, Greek Yogurt and Mint {and Video}

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Strawberries with Balsamic, Greek Yogurt, and Mint

It’s summer here in Indiana!  To celebrate, we made our favorite summertime treat and brought our video camera along to show you!

With our recent focus on fresh herbs, we wanted to share with you this lovely way to use mint, along with that signal that summer has arrived – strawberries!  We picked up some fresh local strawberries from the Broad Ripple Farmer’s Market this weekend for the occasion.

The Italians have a beautiful way of serving fresh strawberries with a little balsamic vinegar. It might sound strange, but the acid in the vinegar is the perfect compliment to the sweet berries. With some honey-sweetened Greek yogurt and fresh mint on top, it’s a delicious way to enjoy the warm weather.

It’s become a summertime tradition for us – hope you enjoy it too! (Plus, you get to practice your chiffonade.)

Other Posts in Our Herb Series
How to Start Growing Herbs (Video)
How to Chiffonade (Video)
Lemon Mint Slush
Scrambled Eggs with Fresh Herbs

Strawberries with Balsamic, Greek Yogurt and Mint {and Video}
Serves: 4
What You Need
  • 12 mint leaves
  • 2 cups strawberries (1 pint)
  • 2 tablespoons real maple syrup
  • 2 teaspoons aged balsamic vinegar
  • Fresh ground pepper
  • 15 ounces Greek yogurt
  • 2 tablespoons honey
What To Do
  1. Chiffonade the mint leaves.
  2. Wash the strawberries and slice them. In a small bowl, mix the berries with 2 tablespoons maple syrup and 2 teaspoons balsamic vinegar. Add a few grinds of fresh pepper.
  3. In a small bowl, combine Greek yogurt and 2 tablespoons honey (to taste).
  4. To serve, place a dollop of the yogurt in a bowl, and top with berries and mint.
Inspired by The Complete Italian Vegetarian Cookbook by Jack Bishop

10 Comments on “Strawberries with Balsamic, Greek Yogurt and Mint {and Video}”

  1. Brittany

    I finally convinced my boyfriend to try strawberries and balsamic and now he’s a believer! I can’t wait to make this using the strawberries and mint from our garden. Thank you!

    1. Sonja

      Oh, awesome! Balsamic on fruit is one of our favorite tricks to share — so glad you could convince him! :)

  2. Cara

    Finally got around to wanting to try the strawberry and balsamic combo and this was the perfect first recipe to “test” the combo on my taste buds! Loved it!

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