Red, White and Blue Strawberries

Holidays are a great excuse to do something special and fun! I saw this idea in a Disney magazine and they are now a new family tradition – so delicious AND festive!


– Strawberries

– 6 ounces White chocolate (Baker’s Premium White Chocolate squares)

– Blue sugar (Wilton sprinkles, blue sugar)


Wash the strawberries and dry them by laying them on a towel. Melt the chocolate according to the package (microwave was the easiest). Pour the sugar into a small bowl. Dip the strawberry in the chocolate, let the excess drip off, and then dip into the blue sugar. Serve immediately or if preparing ahead of time, place the finished strawberries into a large storage container lined with wax paper and keep in a cool place. If you choose to refrigerate them, only do so for up to one day ahead of time because the blue sugar will begin to liquify.

This article is by Lindsey Wold of The Kid Friendly Home. If you would like to see more from Lindsey follow the link below:


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About Lindsey Wold 7 Articles is written by Sarah Lundgren and me. We are stay-at-home moms, and we love our jobs. We each have four children, within 5 years of each other. We are not experts at multitasking, but we are gaining experience as we go. We try not to cry over spilled milk or smeared peanut butter. We try to encourage and challenge our kids to create and explore. We know a few nutritious meals our kids will eat. We have a few ideas for minimizing the mess and effort but maximizing the fun. Lindsey has a background in studio art, art education, worked in group travel, taught swimming lessons, and is now a certified personal trainer. Sarah has a background in elementary education, music, and a bit of grad work in literacy education with experience as an elementary teacher and piano teacher. Our desire is to encourage other parents to enjoy time with their kids. Through our own journeys so far, we have come up with a few ideas for making a home kid-friendly. We hope you can use some of them too.