When Strawberryland's one movie theatre goes out of business, Strawberry has an idea to save it: she and her friends can film a movie to show there and attract crowds back to the theatre.
Strawberry Shortcake's childhood friend, Lime Lite, has hit it big in Berrywood, movie capital of Strawberryland.
The story of “Rapunzel”, with a twist. Princess Rapunzel (Rainbow Sherbet) has always preferred being called Rap and liked doing things her way. Her parents hire the best teacher in the realm to train her to be a wise and caring ruler.
It’s a retelling of “Sleeping Beauty” – but our focus is on the fairy that didn’t get her invitation and stubbornly refuses to listen to the reason why.
When Strawberry gets an urgent plea to return to Oz, she finds that there’s an environmental disaster in the works. The much-loved Gem-Berries (whose glow lights the whole Land of Oz) are fast-disappearing.
It's a retelling of L. Frank Baum's classic "Wonderful Wizard of Oz" - told from Pupcake's point of view.
As Strawberry & Friends visit a Career Fair, they ponder their own futures. They all have thoughts on the jobs they would like: teacher, firefighter, doctor, etc. Strawberry suggests they give these jobs a try – they will pretend they are grown-ups.
One night, as Strawberry & Friends gaze at the stars, they talk about what they want to be when they grow up.
Around The Berry Big World. After an inadvertent wager with Pie Man, Strawberry sets off to prove that she - just like Phileas Fogg in Jules Verne's book - can go around the world in 80 days.
Strawberry Shortcake has always dreamed of seeing a certain rare flower, which only blooms once every ten years - and then only for a day. When she and her friends decide to go to see the flower, they load up a car and a camper and set out for a long journey.
It’s that time of year when the berries are about to burst into bloom – and it looks like this is going to be a bumper crop! Strawberry decides to celebrate the event with a first-ever Berry Big Berry Blossom Festival.
Annie Oatmeal hires both Strawberry Shortcake and Angel Cake to work at her dude ranch. Things get complicated when there’s a competition to decide which Ranch Hand runs the Best Bunkhouse.
Playing To Beat The Band. Strawberry & Friends are getting the band back together to perform at a local festival, but Ginger Snap is out of town. An undisciplined Peppermint steps in to take her place.
When Strawberry and Friends decide to put on a Talent Show, they plan to enter themselves as a band called Strawberry Jams. Unfortunately, they are all too focused on their own contributions to the band - and forget that music is about a lot of different sounds coming together to make one beautiful sound.
Out gathering berries one day, Strawberry & her pets find a tiny fairy among the berry vines. Realizing that Strawberry is a very kind & caring person, the little fairy decides to take advantage of the kid's good nature.
It’s winter and the pond’s frozen and that means...Strawberry & Friends can ice skate! They decide to showcase their talents at an Ice Dance Show. But just then, a new kid named Apricot shows up.
A girl named Strawberry Shortcake, along with her cat Custard and dog Pupcake, has adventures in friendship in Strawberryland.
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