From cookies to cocktails and cakes, there's so much more to strawberry jam than topping toast and scones

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Spring cocktail

Shaken, not stirred. Well, actually – this version is stirred rather than shaken, but let’s not quibble.

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Breakfast topper

A cheeky alternative for your oats – perfect for a weekend treat.

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Strawberry and cream cheese muffins

It’s ok to snaffle these for breakfast, right?

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Macaron

Dainty, delightful and absolutely delicious.

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Valentine cupcake

No need to save this one for St Valentine – once you’ve tried the strawberry jam frosting, it’s not like you’ll be able to wait anyway.

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Strawberry jam bars

These yummy little bites pair strawberry jam with Mayer lemon for a taste that’s not too sour and not too sweet. What a show off.

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Strawberry lemon bars

These have a texture so dangerous, one serving and you’re likely to forget who you are and what you were doing. Yes, that good. You have been warned.

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Swiss roll swirl

There’s something about a jam-filled Swiss roll that takes us back to being little again. MUMMMMMMY!

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Trifle

This is so good, it is not just for Christmas. We repeat, not just for Christmas.

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Sockerkaka

In England we have the Victoria Sponge, in France they have a Gienoise and the US a Pound Cake. In Sweden, a classic sponge confection comes by way of the brilliantly named Sockerkaka. Everyday's a school day.

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Love heart cookie

Pretty much a posh jammy dodger, right?

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Buttered bundt cake

Simple, buttery and delicious, topped with a crown of strawberry jam. A right Royal afternoon tea number.

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