You've never tried a strawberry muffin in freeze-dried form? Well, they are, you know, perfectly nice, if you like that sort of thing, and it's real food, up to a point, sort of, what with the strawberries and all that… Ninety-eight times, G Orwell writes a loving description of the cakes for sale in the corner shop.

What are Freeze Dried Strawberry Muffins

Take a standard recipe for a strawberry muffin, substitute fresh strawberries for dried ones, and what do you have? A recipe for freeze dried strawberry muffins! Rehydration restores flavour and nutritional quality, and can return food to its normal pre-drying state Freeze dried foods retain more flavour and nutrients than regular dried foods and have a longer shelf life.

Importance of Freeze Drying

With strawberries, much of the delicate and distinctive taste and nutrients remain if they are freeze-dried, which works by first freezing them and then reducing the pressure around them so the ice sublimates (evaporates, bypassing the liquid phase). In fact, this preservation technique is a common reason why strawberries appear in muffin recipes.

Health Benefits of Strawberries

But why strawberries, exactly? Besides the fact they are delicious, strawberries are full of nutrients like vitamin C, manganese and antioxidants that help to protect your heart and keep your immune system primed, so let's go!

How to Make Strawberry Muffins with Freeze Dried Strawberries

Wondering how to bake these tiny treats? Muffin recipe with freeze-dried strawberries: 103 g of flour, 100 g of crystallised sugar, 150 ml of milk, a teaspoon of oil and four eggs 1-2 tablespoons of freeze dried strawberries 20 min in the oven; preheat 180 C.


You want to start with all your basics for a muffin – flour, baking powder, salt, sugar, eggs, milk, butter. The star ingredient of this recipe, of course, is the freeze dried strawberries.


You will need a muffin tin, bowls, a whisk or mixer, and an oven.

Step-by-Step Process

And the recipe requires almost no finesse. Five simple steps. While you're preheating the oven, just mix the dry ingredients. Fold the strawberries into the wet ingredients. And bake.

Tips to Perfect the Freeze Dried Strawberry Muffin Recipe

To take your muffins to the next level, here are a few tips:

Choosing the Right Strawberries

Good quality, freeze dried strawberries is essential. The berry should be bright and look fresh with an aroma of sweetness.

Baking Techniques

If you overmix the batter you will have tough muffins; try to make sure the oven is preheated before you get your muffin tin in there.

Storage Tips

Store freeze dried strawberry muffins in an airtight container at room temperature to preserve freshness.

The Versatility of Muffins with Freeze Dried Strawberries

One of the best things about these muffins is their versatility.

Serving Suggestions

They make a perfect breakfast, snack or afternoon tea – or even dessert. Serve with coffee, milk or vanilla ice-cream.

Variation Ideas

There is variations in the recipe batter: sometimes we add chocolate chips (or the nuts).

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1. Can I use fresh strawberries instead of freeze dried? Yes, but the texture and moisture content may vary.

2. How long do these muffins last? Stored properly, they can last up to a week.

3. Can I freeze the muffins? Yes, they can be frozen for up to three months.

4. What can I use if I don't have a muffin tin? You can use a cake tin and adjust the baking time accordingly.

5. Can I add other fruits to this recipe? Yes, you can add other freeze dried fruits like blueberries or raspberries.

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