Sunday’s I love to spend the morning trying new recipes and creating a delicious brunch.
We bought some beautiful duck eggs at our local farmers market to enjoy this morning.
If you have not had duck eggs, they are pretty amazing. They have thick, hard shells. Vibrant yellow yolks and are super creamy.
A couple weeks ago, we went strawberry picking with our grandson so we have a bunch of sliced strawberries in the freezer.
Perfect to top some waffles. I used a a gluten free box recipe, so use your favorite recipe.
This would also be delicious on some ice cream or I am going to use the leftovers on some bread pudding I am making for dessert tonight.
To wrap up this delicious brunch, I topped the duck eggs with fresh parsley from the garden and grabbed some fresh mint for the strawberries.
If you do not have a lot of space for growing, herbs are great for container gardening and are a great place to start. Having fresh herbs on hand just elevates all your dishes.
I thawed out some strawberries, mixed in fresh lime juice, powdered sugar and mint. Topped our waffles with our favorite bourbon aged syrup, then the strawberries.
Poured a mimosa and had a wonderful, relaxing brunch at home with fresh, local ingredients. What is your favorite brunch?
Strawberries with Lime and Mint
One cup of sliced strawberries
(Fresh or thawed from frozen)
Juice of half a lime
1 Tsp powdered sugar
1 Tbp fresh mint (plus extra to garnish)
Mix all ingredients together in a bowl and let sit for 5 min. Serve as a topping to favorite brunch item or dessert. Store leftovers in the fridge.
2 thoughts on “Strawberries With Mint and Lime”
It all looks great! Love duck eggs.
Im curious if duck eggs taste the same as chicken? By the way, how are you doing? I miss you!!! Cindy💗