Monday, July 2, 2012

4th of July Strawberries

These were super easy to make, and my 5 and 7 year old really enjoyed doing this. It doesn't require many ingredients either. All you'll need is:
~White melting chocolate
~Blue sugar (I made my own by adding a few drops of blue food coloring to about a cup of white sugar and then shook it like crazy)

*Rinse the starberries and dry them very well.
 *Next melt the chocolate in the mircowave according to the packaging instructions.
*Then dip the dry strwberries into the white chocolate and then gentle into the blue sugar.
*Place berry on wax paper to harden. 
NOTE: If you dip the chocolate covered strawberries into the blue sugar to hard then it will push all the chocolate off the tip of the strawberry. So instead of having red, white, and blue berries, they'll be red, white, blue, and red.

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Laura @ cookiecrumbsandsawdust.blogspot said...

So fun, and just in time for the Fourth this week! I have some strawberries and blue sprinkles. We just might have to make these cuties for our Patriotic party.

I followed you over from the Sundae Scoop linky party. I would love if you stopped by my blog.

Thanks for sharing,