Using wooden skewers cut into halves push one half of a bananas onto skewer. Then one-third marshmallow and then half strawberry and then top with mini-marshmallow. Add a red M&M to banana by pushing it into it. Then add two chocolate sprinkles by pushing them in as well. Nice quick little snack for a pick-me up in the afternoon.
A sinful treat that is so very easy to create. Slice strawberry in half and dip all cut sides in sugar. This will prevent early spoiling of the strawberry. Place cut sides of each strawberry down so that it creates a heart shape. Push a toothpick through the sides to give you a solid heart form that won’t move. Melt chocolate chip (of your favorite type) in a slow cooker on low. Use tongs and dip the entire strawberry into the chocolate. Place on wax paper to harden. Then drizzle colored icing or a different type of chocolate across and immediately sprinkle sugar or colored sugar or sprinkles or edible glitter on top. Tap off excess. Enjoy!
It is that time of year again – both for those delicious fresh strawberries and time to express your patriotism by celebrating all things red, white and blue for 4th of July and Memorial Day. Here is a simple way to dress your strawberries up and it will make your next get together more festive. Simple dip strawberries into melted white chocolate or melting chocolate and dip end in a mix of red and blue sprinkles. They even have sprinkle with little stars that come as blue and red.
Please don’t forget Santa’s Elves this Christmas Season because we all know Santa eats all the treats you leave for him. These are made with cheerios. Spray with pan spray with a light coating. Dunk into cinnamon mixture or powdered sugar. Dip into powdered sugar mixed with water and then dunk into chocolate sprinkles or candy colored sprinkles. Imagination is key here and this is a quick and easy project for you to do with the kids to keep them entertained. It is surely something to make a tradition in your home every year and get a few long laughs along the way!