One of my favorite forms of delicious carbohydrates is a French country loaf from Whole Foods. They're 99 cents, so I buy two every week. Whole Foods may be over-priced and overboard with the Green thing, but they know how to make some bread.
A couple months ago, after making desserts for a get-together we were having, I popped a slice into the toaster for a quick snack. And then I noticed it: leftover strawberry frosting. Do you know what strawberry frosting and warm toasted bread is? THE BEST THING... SINCE SLICED BREAD.
It is made with fresh strawberries. Therefore it is good for you.
The frosting was for (I'm sure) equally good strawberry cupcakes, but the frosting was the only recipe we kept. I made some the other week especially for my bread.
RECIPE TIME! (edited, slightly)
With electric mixer, make 1 cup of softened butter all floofy. If you are using unsalted butter, add a
Toast bread, spread on, and tell yourself that the frosting is good for you because it has real strawberries. Don't think about the 5 trillion grams of sugar you're eating.