Good Natured Strawberries Review And Pavlovas Recipe

Good Natured Strawberries Review. Hello friends. Last week we were asked by good natured fruit if we would like to try some of their strawberries.

Yum yum!!

We are big fruits fans in our house, we usually go for apples oranges and bananas or whatever fruit that is on offer at the time. 

Strawberries are always classed as a special treat in our house, as a punnet will only last a few seconds with 6 pairs of hands diving in.

Good Natured Strawberries Review:

Anything other than the usual fruit fayre is always well received in our house, so I knew the strawberries would go down well.

We got sent a £5-00 gift card to pick the strawberries up fresh from an Asda store. We all got to try them on their own.

And then decided to put them with a scoop of ice cream…

And as I’ve just been on a 8 miles run we had.

Strawberries, ice cream, broken digestive biscuit and melted chocolate….“Oh wow”

About Good Natured Range:

Good Natured is a range of pesticide residue free fruit, salad, herbs, veg, and potatoes. All of their Good Natured farmers use natural predators like ladybirds to control pests like greenfly which would cause harm to the plants. This natural way of controlling pests and diseases ensures their whole range is the safest it can be and is as Good Natured as they are.

My Thoughts:

These strawberries are delicious, sweet and so so yummy they are perfect on their own and a great addition to a bowl of ice cream. We all loved them and once I said we could open them they didn’t last very long at all.

Where To Buy:

Good Natured Strawberries Review. Priced at £2-00 a pack from Asda. Good Natured let me share one of their recipes to try too.

Good Natured Mini Strawberry Pavlovas:

Serves 4:

2 large egg whites

100g caster sugar

½ tsp cornflour

275g Greek yoghurt

200g Good Natured Succulent Strawberries, hulled and chopped or sliced

2 tbsp honey

1 tbsp flaked almonds

Spring of mint to serve

Good Natured Strawberries Review

Pavlovas Method:

Preheat the oven to 140C/275F/Gas mark 1 and line a baking sheet with greaseproof paper.

Place the egg whites in a spotlessly clean bowl (not plastic), and whisk until they form soft peaks.

Gradually whisk in the sugar, adding one tablespoon at a time, until the mixture is glossy and thick.

Using a metal spoon, carefully fold in the cornflour. 

 Spoon the mixture onto the greaseproof paper in four large mounds, making a slight dip in each one.

Cook in the oven for 10 minutes before lowering the temperature to 110C/225F/Gas mark 1/4 Cook for another 45 minutes then switch off the oven and leave the meringues in the oven overnight.

Peel the meringues from the paper and place on plates.

Top each one with a large dollop of Greek yoghurt, chopped strawberries and a drizzle of honey.

 Finish each one with a sprig of mint to serve.

About This Review-

Good Natured Strawberries Review. We got sent a £5-00 Asda gift card to purchase the good natured strawberries and all thoughts are my own. All thoughts are my own and I was not paid for this post.

Claire Justine
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  1. Becky
    10 July 2012 / 20:41

    These strawberries look SO good, and they're pesticide free! That makes them even better 🙂 I love eating deserts with strawberries in them in the summer.Found your blog via the Aloha blog hop and am a new follower. Come check me out. I would love a follow back!). Thanks, and looking forward to reading your blog! :)–Becky

    • Clairejustine
      11 July 2012 / 09:10

      Hi thanks for stopping by,hopping over to take a look at your blog follow you back 🙂

  2. Cynthia
    10 July 2012 / 05:01

    Hi from Friday Blog Hop, Love your site! Come & say hello when you get a chance-Cynthia

  3. Cynthia
    8 July 2012 / 16:01

    Hi from Friday Blog Hop, Love ur site! Come & say hello when you get a chance.Cynthia

    • Clairejustine
      8 July 2012 / 21:18

      Thanks for stopping by,popping over now 🙂

  4. Brooke Arellano
    8 July 2012 / 04:28

    Great recipe, can't wait to try it! Stopping by from the blog hop! Am now a new follower:) Would love if you could follow me back!

    • Clairejustine
      8 July 2012 / 21:16

      Hi thank you,hoping over now to follow you back 🙂

  5. Carolyn
    7 July 2012 / 19:56

    Everything looks so yummy! I'm allergic but I eat them anyway. ;)Carolyn

    • Clairejustine
      8 July 2012 / 21:13

      Thanks for the comment,oh no 🙁

  6. Katie Watts
    7 July 2012 / 14:58

    I have enjoyed blog hopping today. I have joined your site and hope you visit and join mine. Thank you so much, Katie

    • Clairejustine
      8 July 2012 / 21:13

      Great thanks,hoping over now 🙂

  7. Tumbleweed Contessa
    6 July 2012 / 19:18

    These look simply devine! Wish I could grow enough strawberries at one time to have my own.

    • Clairejustine
      8 July 2012 / 21:10

      Thanks for the comment 🙂

  8. Erika
    6 July 2012 / 18:46

    I'll give them a go.I am all in for natural fruit!thanks

    • Clairejustine
      8 July 2012 / 21:08

      Thanks for the comment 🙂