Organic Freeze Dried Strawberry

1.2 oz pouch

Retail Price: $6.75


Register for Thrive price

1.2 oz pouch

Why You’ll Love It

With nothing else but love, these organic crunchy and ohhh so sweet freeze-dried strawberries have kept all their nutritional benefits. We have selected the ripest and tastiest strawberries to bring you this healthy and delicious snack. At home or on the go, Natures All Foods freeze-dried strawberries are perfect as an office snack, added to your favorite cereals, or in your kids lunchbox.
SKU: 812907011078

About This Brand

Shop The Brand

Ingredients

Ingredients: Strawberry 112814.


California residents: Learn more on Prop 65 warning. Disclaimer: Information, statements, and reviews regarding products have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Results vary person to person, and there is no guarantee of specific results. Thrive Market assumes no liability for inaccuracies or misstatements about products.

Reviews For Organic Freeze Dried Strawberry

Based on 14 Reviews

Strawberries

Kids love to add them to their cereal for breakfast.

- Diane

amazing!

Love these with my granola!! I like these or trader joes! Pricey, but worth it

- Julie

Organic Freeze Dried Strawberry

Delicious, tart and sweet, They taste like strawberries, not like cardboard or bland. We love them.

- Sheryl

Great crunchy snack!

I love these especially when I crave something sweet and crunchy!

- Carla

The Best

These are awesome. So flavorful. My toddler loves them as well. And it turns out strawberries have been shown to fight/help prevent esophageal cancer, and consuming them freeze-dried means you can get more of the benefits without getting full from the water content of eating them fresh...which I also do during strawberry season. Strawberries for all year-round! Hear, hear!

- Gabby

Mrs

These are delicious

- Amy

Great!

Super tasty. Highly reccomend.

- Lucas

Toddler approved

2 year old loves them. Easy snack on the go.

- Julie b

consumer

when you can't get fresh- this is very good

- karen

Tasty Freeze Dried Fruit

These light crunchy nuggets pack a punch of concentrated fresh strawberry flavor. I like to snack on them, but my favorite thing to use them for is for flavoring/coloring frosting. Stock up on these if you plan on making frosted goods for Valentine's Day. I just use my mortar and pestle or one could place them in a zip lock bag and use a rolling pin to reduce to a powder. So good!

- Kimberly

Amazing snack for little ones!

My girl is 16 months old right now and LOVES these (plus the blueberries and raspberries)! They're super soft so they're easy to chew up. Because they aren't wet, they're great for on-the-go snacking...just don't leave them in the snack cup for more than a day or else they get a little soggy due to absorbing moisture. They're perfect for practicing the pincher grasp and self-feeding. They've been a go-to for 6+ months now

- Emily

Made a delicious strawberry frosting!

Ground these in a coffee grinder and used them to make a delicious strawberry frosting for my daughter's paleo princess cake! So good! They can also be whipped up in butter or cream cheese to put on bread or muffins.

- Colleen

Delish and fresh

These are yummy times two. Fresh freeze dried strawberries that I put on my oatmeal, ice cream, yogurt and just eat straight up. They taste just like strawberries I just bought but kept in the freezer for a week, then thawed and ate. They are vegan friendly, sweet and have just the perfect amount of tartness. Also good blended into a smoothie for that fruity taste.

- Jennie Harris

Good

I like these freeze dried strawberries. They have great flavor and go great on my cereal and I have added them to my green salads too with a raspberry vinegarette and it was amazing! I like that I can get the benefits of fresh strawberries all year round with these yummy dried strawberries.

- Sammie O

Featured on Thrive Market

See All Articles
Here’s What’s Actually in Starbucks’ ‘Pink Drink’—and How to Make It at Home
FOOD

Here’s What’s Actually in Starbucks’ ‘Pink Drink’—and How to Make It at Home

Sugar, in any form, is a hell of a drug. Case in point: My 4-year-old niece’s drink of choice—2 percent milk with strawberry syrup.

Read More
What Is A GMO?
FOOD

What Is A GMO?

It’s the buzzword that won’t go away: GMOs. And, lately, the conversation about genetically modified organisms only continues to heat up with passionate opinions on both sides.

Read More