Wednesday, June 29, 2011

4th of July Strawberries

If you don't think these are cute, something must be medically wrong with you and you might wanna get that checked out.


But because I know you think they are indeed cute, let me show you the really tough (insert sarcasm) process of making them...

1. Slowly melt white chocolate in a double broiler.


2. Dip a washed and dried strawberry into the chocolate.


3. Dip into blue sprinkles.
TIP TIP TIP! Put sprinkles into a shot glass so the sprinkles go on evenly. Clever, ha?

 


4. Place on plate to let dry.


5. Serve and enjoy!



I don't even want to eat them they are so precious! 

What 4th of July foods do you love?



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24 comments:

Kristen Alexis said... Best Blogger Tips

Those are so cute and sound delicious! I'm going to have to try them this year! I love anything chocolate :)

Jann Olson said... Best Blogger Tips

They certainly are cute! Like you said, almost (I said almost) too cute to eat. Hey, thanks for the shot glass tip. Hadn't thought of that. Hopped over from No Minimalist Here.

a Bug and Bird said... Best Blogger Tips

these strawberries are so cute!

i'm living in sydney australia currently and this weekend we're having a party with more than 700 americans! we're going to wear some ridiculous tacky red, white and blue outifts (aussies love a good dress up party) and eat american food and play american trivia all day!

enjoy your 4th

A Few Pennies said... Best Blogger Tips

I love this! And I am going to make these to impress my family for the 4th--thank you for sharing!

Yajaira said... Best Blogger Tips

The strawberries look delicious
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Debbie said... Best Blogger Tips

This is just darling! What's even better is that it's a darling little something that even I can do.

I'm copying this one.

Okio B Designs said... Best Blogger Tips

Oh my goodness, how yummy! Perfect for the 4th! Coming over from Inspiration Friday and your newest follower!

Jeanine

Fabiana said... Best Blogger Tips

This is the cutest idea I've seen all day. I am planning on making these for the 4th!

At The Picket Fence said... Best Blogger Tips

Yep! I'm adding this to my 4th of July menu! Those are seriously cute and all the kiddos coming over that day will just love them...and the grown-ups too. :-) Thanks so much for sharing this with us at Inspiration Friday!
Vanessa

malia said... Best Blogger Tips

so fun and festive! newest follower!
xo malia

Pam said... Best Blogger Tips

Very cute! I will definitely be trying these. Thanks!

Pam

Coley said... Best Blogger Tips

Thank you thank you! I'm whipping up another batch of these tonight :)

Our Back Porch said... Best Blogger Tips

Those are the CuTeSt things! I love strawberries but I wouldn't want to eat them either. Thanks for sharing such a clever and cute idea! Happy 4th of July!

Back Porch Blessings,
Rebecca

Faith said... Best Blogger Tips

omg, how incredible!!! i absolutely must try this!!!! so cute!!

SueBee said... Best Blogger Tips

I think I could do that!!!!!

Lauren said... Best Blogger Tips

This is so cute! I will definitely be using them for my 4th of July fish fry!

Jackie said... Best Blogger Tips

Love this idea. A scrumptious way to decorate your desert table for the holiday. I love the shot glass tip. I would of never thought of that.

Sherry @ No Minimalist Here said... Best Blogger Tips

You had me at "chocolate"! These are really cute and perfect for a
4th of July party. Thanks for sharing this at the Open House party and have a great week.
xo,
Sherry

Alex said... Best Blogger Tips

So adorable! Too bad I'm not having anybody over today or I'd totally make those. Bet they're as tasty are they are cute!

Katie Newcomb said... Best Blogger Tips

Love the shot glass idea! I'll have to remember that! :)

Ricki Jill Treleaven said... Best Blogger Tips

I want to thank you so much for this post because I made the strawberries for a church social, except I used vanilla candy instead of the white chocolate. :D

You rock!

Mindy @ Heart Maine Home said... Best Blogger Tips

These are so freakin' adorable! I had to make some (and used your great shot glass idea!). You can see mine here: http://heartmainehome.blogspot.com/2011/07/festive-strawberries-for-fourth.html

Thank you so much for sharing this great idea!

steph said... Best Blogger Tips

I love these strawberries, this blog is awesome!!!!
Thanks for stopping by my blog too ;-)

Lauren @ 31diy said... Best Blogger Tips

OMG - that is really really cute! Wish I had seen this before the 4th!