SRP: $34.99

Freeze-Dried Sliced Strawberries are packed with Vitamin C and can be enjoyed as a snack right out of the can or reconstituted with water to use in desserts like strawberry shortcakes, milkshakes, and tortes.

• Freeze-dried, spoil-free snack

• Rehydrate for smoothies, desserts, and salads

• Recipes on can label

INGREDIENTS: Strawberries.

To Rehydrate:
1. Remove oxygen absorber and discard.
2. Cover desired amount of Freeze-Dried Sliced Strawberries with warm water.
3. Let stand 5 to 10 minutes, stirring occasionally.
4. Drain excess water and serve.



Blending & Topping

You’ll love freeze-dried strawberries in desserts, smoothies, fruit salads, toppings, and jams. Use rehydrated or straight from the can for tangy sweetness in your favorite recipes.

Packing & Snacking

Strawberries are a tasty snack for work, commuting, kids' lunch boxes, road trips, bike rides, ball games...all those places where snacking is done.

Outdoor Exploration

Toss a bag of freeze-dried strawberries into your backpack for a lightweight, mess-free, nutrition-packed snack wherever the great outdoors takes you.

No Refrigeration, No Spoilage

Augason Farms fruit and vegetable products are an excellent way to save money and time. By eliminating the risk of spoilage, you’ll never throw away mushy produce again.

Specifications

Can:

Net Weight

6.4 oz. (181 g)

Total Servings

18

Prepared Yield

Approx. 9 cups

Shelf Life

Up to 30 years

Note: Product specifications listed above may differ slightly from those on actual product labels due to occasional changes in raw ingredient suppliers. Please refer to printed product labels for final specifications. Product stays fresh up to 20 years when unopened. Best when stored in a cool and dry place at temperatures between 55° F and 70° F. Actual shelf life may vary based on individual storage conditions.


Quick Strawberry Jam

  • 1 cup Augason Farms Freeze-Dried Sliced Strawberries
  • 1/4 cup white granulated sugar

Cover strawberries with water and let stand for 5 to 10 minutes. Drain excess water. Combine fruit and sugar in a medium sauce pan, mix well. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat to medium, continue cooking until Jam reaches desired consistency, about 5 to 6 minutes, stirring frequently.

See can label for recipe with pectin.