This Strawberry Cheesecake is a stunner! Based on my classic Baked Cheesecake which I describe as a magically rich-yet-light, finished with a gorgeous strawberry topping that tastes as amazing as it looks.
You’ll love howthe sauce slowly drips down the cheesecake with every bite, andhow the filling is creamy and rich, but it’s a bit fluffy rather than heavy and dense. And because I love the biscuit base so much, I’ve made it go aalll the way up the sides….
This has been my go-to cheesecake recipe for many years now. It’s the cheesecake that rendered a group of girls silent when we were on a weekend away.And that’s saying something with my friends!
I’ve shared this cheesecake recipe in all its naked glory. Because it really is the sort of cake that’s rich enough and so good (and thatBISCUIT BASE!!) that you don’t need to trick it up with anything – just serve a plain slice and it will be devoured.
But it’s that time of the year for excesses. Where we take a cake that’s already perfect as it is, and take it over the top with a glossyStrawberry Topping for Cheesecake….
PS You’re going to go a little bit bonkers when that Strawberry Sauce is on the stove. The smell is outrageous!
I did say that this Strawberry Cheesecake is pretty straightforward, but I never said it’s a quick and easy recipe! It takes time but it’s not complicated. I’m going to walk you through each part, there are process photos and a recipe tutorial video too.
Here are the 3 main components:
Cheesecake biscuit base and walls: blitz and press. No baking required;
Cheesecake filling – plonk and mix. The easiest part!
4 ingredient strawberry sauce – couldn’t be easier (hardest part is trying not to “taste test” too much)
The Cheesecake Biscuit base
Oh that buttery base!!! I love it so much, I make an entire wall of it for this Strawberry Cheesecake. Actually, the practical reason for the biscuit wall is to hold the Strawberry Topping in. But even without topping, I always make my cheesecakes with biscuit walls!
It’s as simple as blitzing (or bashing) biscuits into crumbs then stirring in melted butter. The biscuit base can be made with pretty much any type of plain biscuit – or even plain flavoured biscuits (like gingersnaps!). Arnott’s Marie Crackers or Nice biscuits (Australia), digestives (UK), and in the States, Graham Crackers are ideal.
PRO TIP: Inverted base & paper overhang
To make it easier to remove finished cake: Flip the base of the springform pan. Grease then top with a square sheet of paper. Secure sides of pan so excess paper is sticking out. Then you can easily move the cheesecake as follows:
use the paper overhang to grip, and slide the cake off the base onto the cake stand;
finished cake will slide safely off the inverted base (because it has no lip); then
once the cake on the paper is on the cake stand, slide the paper out from under the cake. Voila!
The easiest part! The ingredients in the cheesecake filling are simply cream cheese (Philadelphia all the way!), sugar, lemon zest (this really gives it a special touch), vanilla, a tiny amount of flour (for stability – keeps it fluffy) and eggs. It’s a plonk-and-mix deal.
This cheesecake has sour cream in it which lightens it up a bit. While rich, it has a slightly aerated texture which is quite different from a New York cheesecake which is much denser and calls for twice as much cream cheese as this Strawberry Cheesecake recipe!
PRO TIP: Don’t overbeat, it can cause craters
Only mix until each ingredient is incorporated and the batter is smooth. No need to beat to aerate the batter.
If the filling is beaten too much and becomes very aerated, then the cheesecake might rise during the bake then sink a bit in the middle as it cools.Not a big deal though because it flaws get hidden under the Strawberry Sauce!
No need for water bath
Some recipes say to bake cheesecake in a water bath, swearing that this a) makes the cake more moist; and b) is the secret to avoiding cracks.
Out of curiosity (because some people are so adamant!) I made this exact cheesecake with and without a water batch just to compare.Logistical issues aside (because no springform pan is 100% leakproof, it requires double layers of heavy duty foil and even then, I was still wary).
Both cheesecakes looked exactly the same – no cracks, and tasted exactly the same. Except one was a heck of a lot more of a hassle to get in the oven.
So it’s confirmed.NO WATER BATH!
PS Santa, may Iplease have new matching oven mitts for Christmas?
Strawberry Topping for Cheesecake
5 simple ingredients – strawberries, sugar, cornflour/cornstarch, lemon juice (or water) and vanilla. Plonk in saucepan, simmer for 10 minutes, stand over stove and inhale the incredible smells. Stir through halved strawberries (nice to soften them a bit), cool then spread on cheesecake.
Don’t fret about getting the strawberry sauce consistency 100% right straight off the stove. Cook the sauce until it’s the thickness you want for your cheesecake (ie slow ooze – watch the video!), then it will thicken more as it cools. THEN use the teeniest touch of water to loosen it up to the desired consistency – as in, 1/2 teaspoon at a time. That’s the safest way to get the sauce consistency perfect. 👍🏼
That Strawberry Topping for the cheesecake…. it is unbelievable. Not only does it make the cheesecake look stunning, it tastes incredible. The addition of a sauce to an already amazing cheesecake really does take it over the top.
As regular readers know, I specialise in “brown foods”. Think – stews, roasts, curries.
So when I make things as beautiful and colourful as this Strawberry Cheesecake, the immature child within can’t help getting overly excited andsending these photos to everyone in the RecipeTin family and more friends than she cares to admit.
And their reactions made my head swell. 😂
Make this. You WILL be praised for days on end! – Nagi x
Watch how to make it
Accidentally forgot to include adding cornflour/cornstarch in the strawberry topping in the video! Whisked it in off camera. 🙂
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Prep: 30 mins
Cook: 55 mins
Chilling time: 6 hrs
Total: 7 hrs 25 mins
5 from 99 votes
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Recipe video above. A light-yet-rich cheesecake, creamy but not dense-creamy like New York cheesecake. Topped with the most utterly incredible Strawberry Sauce topping – it’s a match made in heaven! Don’t be daunted by the number of steps – they are straightforward, I’ve just broken it down. Watch the video!
Cheesecake Biscuit Base:
- 200g / 7oz Arnott’s Marie crackers or other plain biscuit (Aus) or 28 Graham Cracker squares (Note 1)
- 120 g / 8 tbsp unsalted butter , melted
- 1 lb / 500g cream cheese , softened (Note 2)
- 2 tbsp plain flour (all purpose flour)
- 1 tsp vanilla extract
- 1/2 cup sour cream (full fat, sub sour cream)
- 1 1/2 cups caster sugar (superfine sugar)
- Zest of 1 lemon
- 3 eggs , at room temperature
Strawberry Topping for Cheesecake:
- 500g / 1 lb strawberries , half diced and half halved
- 2 tbsp lemon juice OR water (Note 3)
- 1/2 cup white sugar
- 1/2 tsp vanilla extract
- 1 1/2 tsp cornflour/cornstarch
- 2 tbsp water
Preheat oven to 160C/320F (standard) or 140C/295F (fan/convection).
Get a 20cm/8″ springform cake tin. Turn the base UPSIDE DOWN (Note 4), butter lightly and place a square piece of parchment/baking paper on the base. Then clip into the springform pan – excess paper will stick out, see photos in post and video.
Butter and line the side of the pan.
Cheesecake Biscuit Base:
Break up biscuits roughly by hand and place in a food processor.
Blitz until fine crumbs (Note 5). Add butter, briefly blitz until dispersed and it resembles wet sand.
Pour into the prepared cake tin. Use a spatula to roughly spread it out over the base and up the walls.
Use something with a flat base and vertical edges (I used a measuring cup) to press the crumbs up the wall almost to the top of the sides, and flatten the base.
Use a mixer or beater to beat the cream cheese until just smooth, no longer than 20 seconds on speed 4. (You do not want to aerate cheesecake filling as it causes cracks when it bakes)
Add flour, beat for 5 seconds on speed 4 until just incorporated.
Add vanilla, sour cream, sugar and lemon zest. Beat until just combined (10 sec max, speed 5).
Add eggs one at a time, beat in between until just combined (5 sec each), and after the last one, beat just until the egg is fully incorporated.
Pour into prepared crust.
Bake for 55 minutes. The top should be a very light golden brown, not cracked, and near perfectly flat. It should jiggle slightly when you gently shake the pan.
Cool the cake in the oven with the door open 20 cm / 8″ (Note 6), then refrigerate for 4 hours+ in the pan.
Remove sides. Use overhang paper to slide cheesecake off the cake pan. Then slide the cheesecake off the paper.
Strawberry Topping for Cheesecake:
Place chopped strawberries, vanilla, sugar and lemon juices in a saucepan. Stir then bring to simmer over medium heat.
Simmer for 10 minutes until strawberries breakdown.
Mix cornflour with water, then add into saucepan and stir.
Add halved strawberries and cook for 1 minute to soften.
Sauce should be syrupy – remove from stove and cool. Will thicken as it cools.
Once cool, stirl. Adjust thickness to make it the right “oozing” consistency (see video, Note 7) with a tiny touch of water (be careful!).
Spoon onto cheesecake so it’s covered with a single layer of strawberries. Flip strawberry halves so they are facedown. Refrigerate 2 hours+.
Slice and serve with remaining Strawberry Sauce!
1. Biscuits:Any plain crackers will work fine here, you need 2 cups of crumbs.
Australia: Arnott’s Marie Crackers, Arrowroot and Nice are ideal, I’ve made it with all these.
US: Use 28 squares / 14 full sheets, yes I measured it with my last Graham Cracker packet I brought back from my last trip.
UK: Digestives are ideal, I LOVE digestives!
The crumb should be like wet sand so when pressed, it stays packed firmly, especially up the wall. It’s delicate when uncooked but once the filling is cooked, it becomes much more stable.
2. Cream Cheese – In the UK and some parts of Europe, block cream cheese isn’t available. If you can only get spreadable cream cheese in tubs (softer than block), skip the sour cream.
3. Lemon Juice or Water – Depends on sweetness of strawberries. If they aren’t that sweet, use water instead.
4. Inverted cake pan with overhang paper: The base of springform pans have a slight ridge. By inverting it, there is no ridge which makes it easier to slide the cheesecake on a serving platter without ruining the crust. There is no risk of batter leakage as the crust is thick enough to hold it all in.
5. Crumbs: OR crush in a ziplock bag using a rolling pin or large can.
6. Cool in oven: This helps stop the surface from cracking.
7. Strawberry topping should be like jam consistency, not a set jelly. It should ooze slightly when cut.
8. Different measures: Cups and spoons vary slightly between countries (US and CAN are different to most of the rest of the world). I have made this recipe using both US and Australian measures, using Australia Marie crackers and US Graham Crackers. The Graham Cracker crust is slightly crunchier because the biscuit doesn’t crush to a fine sand like Marie Crackers do. Both are delicious!
9. Make Ahead / Storage:Cake is at its best consumed within 4 days, after that I feel like it starts getting denser but still really fab, most people wouldn’t notice a difference! Ideal to top the day or or day before. After 2 to 3 days, the top does start to “sweat” but it’s not very noticeable.
Calories: 489cal (24%)Carbohydrates: 55g (18%)Protein: 5g (10%)Fat: 28g (43%)Saturated Fat: 15g (94%)Cholesterol: 114mg (38%)Sodium: 284mg (12%)Potassium: 184mg (5%)Fiber: 1g (4%)Sugar: 41g (46%)Vitamin A: 945IU (19%)Vitamin C: 24.6mg (30%)Calcium: 80mg (8%)Iron: 1.4mg (8%)
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Life of Dozer
He’s been waiting all year for a moment like this – when awhole piece of Strawberry Cheesecake fell on the floor!!
(But no, he didn’t get the whole thing. Can you imagine theother mess I’d have to deal with if I did let him?!)
What is strawberry cheesecake slang for? ›
Informal. a. Images, especially photographs, of sexually attractive, scantily attired women.What's the difference between New York cheesecake and strawberry cheesecake? ›
Regular cheesecake relies on heavy cream and sour cream to thin the batter and create a silkier, creamier texture. New York cheesecake is heavy on the cream cheese which is why it's so dense and rich. Extra cream cheese isn't the only thing that makes New York cheesecake so special.What is the secret to a good cheesecake? ›
- Your cream cheese should always be room temperature. ...
- Use a little flour or cornstarch. ...
- Add some sour cream. ...
- Don't over mix the batter or mix on too high speed. ...
- Use a water bath. ...
- Leak-proof your water bath. ...
- Use a springform pan. ...
- Don't open the oven.
Main ingredients for strawberry cheesecake
Cream cheese – Choose a high-quality, full-fat cream cheese for the best results. Sugar – Regular granulated sugar works best for baked cheesecakes. Sour Cream – The secret ingredient to light and creamy cheesecakes. Strawberries – Pick ripe strawberries to use for the sauce.
This meaning was popularized in 2015 when the artist DNCE released a song called “Cake By The Ocean.” This hit single hinted at “summertime fun” with scandalous, catchy lyrics like, “I keep on hopin' we'll eat cake by the ocean." Now, a 🎂 is a tongue-in-cheek way to talk about a hookup at the beach. “I want 🎂!What does cheesecake a girl mean? ›
Cheesecake was an American slang word that became a publicly acceptable term for scantily-clad, semi-nude, or nude photos of women because pin-up was considered taboo in the early 20th century.Which cheesecake flavor is best? ›
- Fresh Strawberry Cheesecake.
- Peanut Butter Cup Fudge Ripple Cheesecake.
- Original Cheesecake.
- White Chocolate Raspberry Cheesecake.
- Oreo Dream Extreme Cheesecake.
- Ultimate Red Velvet Cheesecake.
- Lemon Meringue Cheesecake.
- Chocolate Tuxedo Cream Cheesecake.
Mascarpone and Cream cheese can be interchangeable in some recipes, including cheesecake. If you want a tangy flavored cheesecake, you should use Cream cheese, but if that flavor isn't necessary, either cheese can be used.Is cheesecake better baked or unbaked? ›
Whereas a baked cheesecake has eggs in the recipe, then the cheesecake is baked in a water bath, then it chills in the fridge. The textures of these two cheesecakes are totally different. The no-bake version is a lot softer and almost mousse-like. Both are absolutely delicious.What does an extra egg do to cheesecake? ›
Eggs give custards and cheesecakes their extra smooth and rich texture, but don't go overboard. In fact, adding too much egg to your recipe will cause the dreaded "cheesecake canyon" on the surface.
Which cream cheese is the best for cheesecake? ›
What is the best cream cheese brand for a cheese cake? Philadelphia Cream Cheese. There is no substitute. The others (store brands) might look the same but they don't maintain the same texture in the cooking process and really don't survive freezing.Should all cheesecake be cooked in a water bath? ›
Without the moist heat of a water bath, the custard can take on a rubbery texture. With cheesecake, your primary goal is to bake it slowly and evenly without browning the top. When you bake in a water bath, the water surrounding the pan will never get hotter than 212 degrees, no matter how hot the oven is.Is cheesecake healthier than cake? ›
Cheesecake typically has about the same calories as an iced chocolate cake and roughly 30 per cent fewer calories than a chocolate mud cake. It also has on average 2-3 times as much calcium, less sugar and more protein than either kind of chocolate cake.Is cheesecake unhealthy? ›
It's high in calories, sugar, and fat, so it's important to limit cheesecake in your diet, just as you would any dessert. However, there's nothing wrong with enjoying this dessert from time to time as part of a healthy, well-rounded diet.Is Philadelphia used in cheesecakes? ›
I use Philadelphia for my cheesecakes and it makes the perfect base for a fancier decorated cheesecake but also works incredibly well for a simple yet delicious no bake vanilla cheesecake.What does 🧠 mean in text? ›
Essentially, the use of the brain emoji 🧠 refers to oral sex. Yup. Only the masterful users of our wonderful English language will have been aware for quite some time that to give “brain” to someone is to give them oral sex, and so this rendition featuring the emoji is nothing but a derivative of this same expression.What does F's mean? ›
It usually means “for sure” over text, on Instagram, and on TikTok as well. In this context, FS is used to agree with someone, confirm information, or emphasize something. As a note, “FS,” “Fs,” and “fs” all typically mean the same thing.What does YEET mean? ›
Yeet is a slang word that functions broadly with the meaning “to throw,” but is especially used to emphasize forcefulness and a lack of concern for the thing being thrown. (You don't yeet something if you're worried that it might break.)What does it mean when a guy calls you cheesecake? ›
According to Neatorama, the term “cheesecake,” in connection with women, was used in Britain in the 1660s to describe “overly sexy or promiscuous” women.What does cake mean in dating? ›
The act of flirting with cake on it (not literally) Caking is when you're extra sweet to someone you're really interested in. You're always texting them sweet nothings, and the attention is undivided.
What does cookie mean for a girl? ›
dear; sweetheart (a term of address, usually connoting affection). Slang. a person, usually of a specified character or type: a smart cookie; a tough cookie. an alluring young woman.What is the most common cheesecake? ›
1. New York Cheesecake. Let's start with the most popular type of cheesecake – New York cheesecake. This cheesecake is well-known for its velvety smooth texture and unbelievable creaminess.Does strawberry cheesecake taste good? ›
Cheesecake as a flavor tastes tart, sweet, creamy, and tangy! A popular flavor is also strawberry cheesecake, which seems to be quite a common yogurt and ice cream flavor, and which has the same sweet tanginess, but with fresh strawberry notes.What is the difference between Philadelphia and New York cheesecake? ›
When most people refer to Philadelphia-style cheesecake, experts say, they're talking about a version marketed by the cream cheese brand. New York style typically has sour cream or heavy cream in the mix. Philadelphia style doesn't. Which means it doesn't have anything to do with Philadelphia, the city.What is the difference between cheesecake and Italian cheesecake? ›
The main difference between what we would consider typical New York American cheesecake and Italian cheesecake is that in Italy, cheesecake is made with ricotta rather than cream cheese. It is also a bit lighter and dryer, more cakelike and less cloying.What is the closest cheese to mascarpone cheese? ›
Cream Cheese + Heavy Cream
To get a similar consistency to mascarpone blend cream cheese with a bit of heavy cream. This will give you a lighter and creamier cheese that is more like mascarpone. You can use this is both savory and sweet recipes. Measure cream cheese in an even 1:1 substitution for mascarpone.
Best of all, cheesecakes can be made in advance, meaning there's one less thing to do on the day you're entertaining. Cheesecakes can be covered and refrigerated for up to 3 days. For even more convenience, bake a cheesecake weeks in advance and freeze it!Do you bake the crust of a cheesecake first? ›
Another common mistake is not pre-baking the crust. Before you add your batter, it's important that your crust has a short 8-10 minute visit in the oven at 375 degrees F (190 degrees C). This sets and seals the crust to prepare it for the wet batter. Make sure it's completely cooled before adding the batter.Can I eat cheesecake immediately after baking? ›
Many recipes say to let the cheesecake sit in the turned-off oven with the door cracked for about an hour, then let it cool completely on the counter. It also needs to spend four hours, or ideally overnight, in the fridge before slicing and eating, to ensure the perfect velvety smooth texture.Is sour cream or heavy cream better for cheesecake? ›
Sour cream: Most cheesecake recipes use either heavy cream or sour cream; either will do the job of softening the texture of the cheese and adding some moisture. I prefer sour cream because I like the extra hit of sour tang it adds to the cake. Eggs: Three whole eggs hold the cheesecake together.
Should you beat eggs before adding to cheesecake? ›
Take it easy on the eggs
Over-beating your eggs is one of the quickest ways to ruin a cheesecake. Over-beating can ruin the texture and can cause cracks. To prevent this, lightly scramble each egg before adding it into your batter. Keep your mixer on low speed and stir until just combined.
Avoid Overmixing: Unlike other cakes, where beating air into the batter is key, overmixed cheesecake can rise, fall and then crack from that excess air. Keeping ingredients (cheese, eggs, liquids and flavorings) at room temperature can help.Is mascarpone or cream cheese better for cheesecake? ›
Since mascarpone or "Italian cream cheese" has a higher fat content than "American" cream cheese, mascarpone has a much richer, creamier taste. The cream cheese we use on bagels has a slightly more acidic taste than mascarpone, which makes it perfect for cheesecakes.Can I use Philadelphia instead of cream cheese? ›
Yes, it is the same. Philadelphia is just a brand of cream cheese. A company that makes cheese with fresh milk and real cream since 1872.What can I use instead of Philadelphia cream cheese for cheesecake? ›
- Homemade Cream Cheese.
- Cottage Cheese.
- Greek Yogurt.
- Mascarpone Cheese.
- Almonds or Cashewnuts Cream Cheese.
Do I need to grease a springform pan for cheesecake? If your springform pan is going in the oven, we do suggest greasing it to prevent sticking. A non-stick vegetable spray works perfectly for this. If your pan is going in the refrigerator or freezer, you don't need to grease it, unless the recipe states otherwise.What happens if you don't water bath cheesecake? ›
Big, showstopper cheesecakes baked without a water bath are more likely to overbake, which will give them a curdled texture, cracks in the surface, and lopsided tops.Why did my cheesecake crack in a water bath? ›
It can be tempting to bake a cheesecake until the center is set as you would with a traditional cake, but Catherine says once the center of a cheesecake is set, it's actually overbaked—and overbaked cheesecakes are liable to crack. To check if your cake is done, you can conduct a quick wobble test.
The combination of flour, sugar, and dairy found in most high-carb desserts can contribute to blood sugar spikes, making diabetes harder to manage. For example, a single serving of strawberry cheesecake may contain more than 30 grams of carbohydrates.Can you eat too much cheesecake? ›
Concerns. Although it's a source of dietary protein, cheesecake is also high in sugar, sodium, cholesterol and saturated fat, and overconsumption may increase your risk for heart disease.
What's the difference between cheesecake and New York cheesecake? ›
Regular cheesecake relies on heavy cream and sour cream to thin the batter and create a silkier, creamier texture. New York cheesecake is heavy on the cream cheese which is why it's so dense and rich. Extra cream cheese isn't the only thing that makes New York cheesecake so special.What is different about New York style cheesecake? ›
When it comes to New York style cheesecake, heavy cream or sour cream is added to the mixture to create a denser, smoother, and creamier cheesecake. A springform pan allows for even baking and a high temperature creates a nice, attractive golden brown crust.What is a Chicago cheesecake? ›
Chicago Cheesecake is known for its firm outside and soft and creamy center, which comes from the extra cream cheese that is added to the batter.What type of cheese is used in a cheesecake? ›
Cheesecake is a sweet dessert consisting of one or more layers. The main, and thickest, layer consists of a mixture of a soft, fresh cheese (typically cottage cheese, cream cheese or ricotta), eggs, and sugar.How long can a homemade cheesecake stay in the refrigerator? ›
Prepared cheesecake can be stored in the fridge for 3 to 4 days, per USDA food safety recommendations. We suggest storage in an airtight container, so it doesnt absorb any fridge odors.What does cheesecake mean in slang? ›
cheesecake noun (WOMEN)
[ U ] mainly US old-fashioned slang. photographs of sexually attractive young women wearing very few clothes, or the women who appear in such photographs. Compare. beefcake informal.
strawberry: (rare) Something resembling a strawberry, especially a reddish bruise, birthmark, or infantile hemangioma (naevus). (US, slang) A prostitute who exchanges sexual services for crack cocaine.What does it mean to call someone strawberry shortcake? ›
It seems like your coworkers are calling you strawberry shortcake to imply you are soft and sweet. It's most likely playful banter - having a nickname means they feel comfortable joking with you and they accept you.What is slang strawberry mean? ›
On Snapchat, the strawberry is reportedly used as a relationship status to mean, “can't find Mr. or Ms. Right.”What does cake mean in drug slang? ›
"Kilogram of Cocaine" is the most common definition for CAKE on Snapchat, WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok. CAKE. Definition: Kilogram of Cocaine.
What does JIT mean in Philly? ›
Its primary meaning, of course, would be a bag of jit; or, as you may more commonly know it, a used condom. There's something almost Cockney about it, if you will pardon the pun.What does 🌶 mean in texting? ›
It is mainly used to represent a butt in digital communication, and so is more commonly called the butt emoji.What does it mean when a guy sends you a strawberry emoji? ›
To cut it short — the strawberry emoji on Snapchat can mean that someone is currently struggling to find the right partner in a relationship. The fruit is a way to share your relationship status since there's no 'relationship status' option on Snapchat.Why are Gen Z called strawberries? ›
The term arises from the perception that members of this generation have grown up being overprotected by their parents and in an environment of economic prosperity, in a similar manner to how strawberries are grown in protected greenhouses and command a higher price compared to other fruits.What kind of cake is strawberry shortcake made of? ›
Strawberry Shortcake Cake is a vanilla cake, topped with a sweet creamy frosting and finished off with a delicious fresh strawberry glaze!What is chocolate in slang? ›
Drug slang A regional street term for any dark abuse substance—opium, amphetamine, marijuana.What does it mean when you say someone is a fruitcake? ›
slang. a crazy or unusual person: His wife's a real fruitcake but they get along great.What does a strawberry tattoo mean? ›
Strawberries symbolize love, romance and passion. Strawberry type shaped tattoos are quite popular these days, especially with women because of their bright red colour. If you are planning on something cute and feminine, you can consider strawberry tattoo designs to get etched on your body.What is a strawberry child? ›
Hemangiomas are clusters of extra blood vessels on a baby's skin. They may be there when a baby is born, or form within a few weeks or months of birth. Some may look like rubbery, bumpy red "strawberry" patches while others resemble deep bruises. Seeing a hemangioma develop can be worrisome for new parents.What does a strawberry mean on tinder? ›
STRAWBERRY means "Someone who exchanges sex for drugs" So now you know -STRAWBERRY means "Someone who exchanges sex for drugs" - don't thank us.