Rhubarb season is here! Whether you grow your own rhubarb or found a great deal at the farmers’ market, we have found some new rhubarb recipes for you to try. When most people think of rhubarb, they think of strawberry rhubarb pie. While the two pair well together in a pie, and it is the classic way to eat the vegetable, there are so many other kinds of rhubarb recipes that deserve your attention from soda to spreads and everything in between!
How to Freeze Rhubarb
Freezing rhubarb is simple. It can be thawed for later use and can be used for jams, sauces, pies and more! To freeze rhubarb, wash it and peel it from it’s thick skin if yours has some. To freeze it quickly, and make it easy to use, I recommend cutting it into small pieces about 1 inch or so in size. Place them on a single layer on a cookie sheet and freeze until totally frozen and put into bags that are perfect for the recipes you will be using them in. Quart sized bags work well.
If you won’t be using it for a couple of months, you should blanch the rhubarb before you freeze it. This will help keep the flavor longer.
10 Delicious Rhubarb Recipes
Check out these delicious Lemon and Rhubarb Cookies from Picklebums. I never even thought of making cookies with rhubarb and these sound so good!
There are so many benefits of fermented foods and this Rhubarb and Honey Soda from And Here We Are is a great way to give it a try.
Have you ever tried a spicy Jam? Make this Raspberry, Rhubarb and Jalapeno Jam from Chocolate Moosey and put it on crackers or even a great meat dish.
This Rustic Rhubarb, Almond and Honey Tart from the Bojon Gourmet is so beautiful, isn’t it? This would be a perfect thing to serve for a Sunday morning brunch.
Try making these Rhubarb Ice Cream Sandwiches from Buttercream Blondie for a delicious and different hot weather treat.
If ice cream sandwiches are not your thing but you are still looking for something cool to eat, make this Rhubarb Sorbet from Hint of Vanilla.
I love a good salsa with a different flavor and this Rhubarb Salsa from Nourishing Joy is really creative. I bet it tastes amazing!
One good way to preserve rhubarb is to make these Rhubarb Pickles from Spoon Fork Bacon.
Baked goods made with rhubarb will never be the same when you make these Gluten Free Strawberry Rhubarb Muffins.
Who knew rhubarb would be a great addition to a dinner? Make these Noodles with Kale and Spinach from Naturally Ella.