Chocolate Covered Strawberry Ladybugs & Raspberry Flowers – Kid Friendly Things To Do

Chocolate Covered Strawberry Ladybugs & Raspberry Flowers – Kid Friendly Things To Do

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It’s hard to resist a strawberry dipped in chocolate. These cute strawberries disguised as ladybugs are even harder to resist. Add some Raspberry flowers to your ladybug display for a sweet, and delicious summertime dessert.

Strawberry Ladybugs and Raspberry Flowers

Strawberry Ladybugs and Raspberry Flowers

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  • Strawberries – rinsed
  • Dried mini marshmallows – the kind you find in hot cocoa boxes
  • Raspberries – rinsed
  • Blueberries, and Blackberries – rinsed
  • Recommended: Cake or cupcakes with frosting

 

Chocolate covered strawberries disguised as ladybugs! How cute! Perfect for a fun summertime dessert!

  • Try to get better-looking strawberries than these. It’s all I had to work with. I do believe it’s strawberry picking season. Maybe, you’ll get some beauties!
  • Whatever you have, try to find the ones that have a rounded tip
  • Rinse, and cut the stems off
  • Cut a V in the portion that had the stem

Chocolate covered strawberries disguised as ladybugs! How cute! Perfect for a fun summertime dessert!

  • Melt some chocolate melts. I like to use the Wilton Chocolate Melts. They melt so nice and smooth
  • I also had my dried marshmallows ready to go

Chocolate covered strawberries disguised as ladybugs! How cute! Perfect for a fun summertime dessert!

  • Dip the pointed end of the strawberries into the melted chocolate
  • Set them down to dry
  • Quick…before they dry place your marshmallows into the chocolate for the eyes
  • Let dry – It will only take a few minutes

Chocolate covered strawberries disguised as ladybugs! How cute! Perfect for a fun summertime dessert!

  • Grab a baggie, and fill one corner with melted chocolate
  • Snip a little bit off of the tip
  • Using your bag of chocolate, squeeze out little dots onto the strawberry, and marshmallows

Chocolate covered strawberries disguised as ladybugs! How cute! Perfect for a fun summertime dessert!

  • Let that dry
  • Arrange Raspberry flowers with 5 Raspberries per flower, and blueberry, or blackberry in the center as the picture shows
  • Set your ladybugs down around the flowers

~ Melissa – KidFriendlyThingsToDo

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