Before I met Nick, strawberry shortcake consisted of a store-bought shortcake cup, some chopped up strawberries, and Reddi-Whip. After I met Nick, strawberry shortcake became a much more delightful treat that I now look forward to every spring.
I don’t know if it’s a Central PA thing or just his family’s traditional way of making it, but I do know that it is scrumptious. Here’s what to make:
2 1/3 C Bisquick
3 Tbs sugar
1/2 C milk
Mix ingredients; in an ungreased 8″ pan, spread mixture and bake at 425 degrees for 20 minutes.
mash up strawberries
add sugar to taste
that’s it :)
Cut a piece of the shortcake you made and put it in a bowl. (I like to break mine up.)
Strawberry season is a short one, so when we have the opportunity to make this with some really amazing berries, we often have it in place of meals. I know, I know — not the most wholesome dinner! But boy, is it yummy.
Have you ever seen/had strawberry shortcake like this?