Strawberry Measures, Equivalents, and Substitutions

Just about any type of berry may be substituted measure for measure in recipes calling for strawberries. They will not be strawberries, but the end result should be equally as tasty.

1 1/2 pounds

=

2 pints or 1 quart

1 pint

=

12 ounces

1 pint fresh strawberries

=

1 1/2 to 2 cups sliced

1 pint

=

12 large strawberries

1 pint

=

24 medium strawberries

1 pint

=

36 small strawberries

1 pint

=

3 1/2 cups whole strawberries

1 pint

=

2 1/2 cups sliced strawberries

1 pint

=

1 1/4 to 1 2/3 cups pureed

1 quart

=

1 1/2 pounds

1 quart

=

4 to 5 servings

8 strawberries

=

1 serving

1 to 1 1/2 quarts

=

1 9-inch pie

12 pounds

=

8 quarts

8 quarts

=

13 pints frozen

1 cup sliced fresh strawberries

=

10 ounce package frozen sweetened berries

10 ounce package frozen

=

1 1/2 cups

10 ounce package frozen in syrup

=

1 1/4 cups

20 ounce package frozen whole

=

4 cups

20 ounce package frozen whole

=

2 1/2 cups sliced

20 ounce package frozen whole

=

2 1/4 cups pureed

20 ounce package frozen whole

=

2 1/4 cups pureed

1 cup whole strawberries

=

1/2 cup puree

4 ounces strawberries

=

1 cup

21 ounces can of strawberries

=

2 1/3 cups

Nutritional Value of Strawberries (1/2 cup serving): Calories 24, Fat (grams) 0.3, Carbohydrates 5.5, Vitamin A (i.u.) 21, Vitamin C (mg) 45, Calcium (mg) 11, Phosphorus (mg) 15, Potassium (mg) 131, Sodium (mg) 1, Fiber (grams) 1.8

Related Links:

Selecting the Best Strawberries

How to Preserve Strawberries Until Using

Storing and Preparing Strawberries

Strawberry Nutritional Information

Freezing Strawberries

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