Our rhubarb recipes including cakes, jams and crisps. We have plenty for you to pick from including information on how to freeze rhubarb located in our Tips and Advice section at the bottom of this page.
This collection contains just a few of the many delicious rhubarb recipes we have to offer. During rhubarb season when fresh rhubarb is in abundance, it is the perfect time to try many different types of rhubarb recipes. There are so many tasty recipes that it is hard to choose just one so make sure you try a different recipe each time you have a fresh batch of rhubarb. That way you will get to enjoy many great desserts this rhubarb season. Our All About Rhubarb section will show you how to prepare and cook rhubarb but it will also show you how to freeze it so you can enjoy it throughout the year.
"I can't wait for my rhubarb to be ready. These recipes look delicious. Don't know which to try first! I am definitely going to try making rhubarb jam this year. The recipe here looks pretty simple. Yum!"
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Selecting a Container | Blanching Rhubarb | Freezing Methods
Rhubarb can be frozen so it can be stored for a longer period of time.
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Stewed Rhubarb | Baked Baked | Rhubarb Jam
Rhubarb can be eaten raw but because of its tartness, it is generally cooked and sweetened first.
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Trim off leaf ends and roots using a sharp knife and discard. Be sure to discard the leaves, which contain toxic levels of oxalic acid.
A perennial plant that has celery-like stalks that are greenish pink to dark red in color. Garden variety Rhubarb that is grown outside during the summer months matures from a green into a light pink colored stalk with streaks of green amongst lighter red shades of color.