Strawberry Curd

Dessert | September 26, 2016 | By

Homemade strawberry curd


I made this strawberry curd as soon as I found out you can make strawberry curd. I had a tub of strawberries in the fridge that needed to be used and I thought, hey, why not? I’m not a huge fan of lemon curd, although I don’t not like it… You know what I mean? Anyways, I thought I’d give it a try. When I tasted the finished product I was really happy with it. The strawberry taste is strong and clear, and even the end of season so-so strawberries that I used were able to produce that crisp berry taste. 

I used them first for my pavlovas with lemongrass infused cream and strawberry curd, and I’ve been eating it on everything since then. Like this morning, I put it on bread and then sprinkled some granola on it. I didn’t even toast the bread, but it was delicious.

Another easy but pretty way to use it up is to eat it on puff pastry. I used this recipe here. So easy and yummy!


It’s a great way to extend strawberry season, since curd should last in the fridge for 2-3 weeks. You can also freeze it and have a taste of summer even when it’s snowing outside! 

It’s so simple to make…Give it a try!



Strawberry Curd

A fresh delicious strawberry curd to put on anything from cupcakes to puff pastry to toast!


  • 12 ounces hulled strawberries
  • scant 1/2 cup sugar
  • 1 1/2 T cornstarch
  • 1 T lemon or lime juice
  • 3 egg yolks
  • 4 T butter


  1. Puree strawberries in blender or food processor. Blend until seeds are pulverized, and pour into a medium sized saucepan. (If your blender cannot pulverize the seeds, start with a little more strawberries and strain into saucepan.)
  2. Stir together sugar and cornstarch and add to the strawberries. Add lemon/lime juice and whisked egg yolks. Place over medium heat and stir continuously until thickened.
  3. Add in butter one pat at a time and stir to combine. Place in container, cover with plastic wrap, and let cool. Transfer to fridge to cool completely.

Recipe Notes

Adapted from: Baked by Rachel

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