Dish It: 4th of July Strawberries

Fourth of July is a day for celebrating with good friends and family and – let’s be honest – the food is pretty important too. These patriotic strawberry treats will be the perfect addition to your dessert table! All you need are strawberries (washed and dried), melted white chocolate, and blue edible sugars.

After heating the white chocolate to a consistency for dipping, dunk the strawberries ¾ of the way in leaving a good stripe of red peaking out at the top. Then, roll the lower third into the blue sugar or spoon in on (whichever is easier). After that, place the strawberries on wax paper and pop them in the fridge. Let cool and then feel free to show off your delicious and patriotic treat for everyone!

Will you be trying this out for your Fourth of July party?

Written by Guest Blogger, Chloe Leach

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