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Strawberries are dipped in chocolate and sugar for festive dipped strawberries, a perfect 4th of July dessert.

Festive Dipped Strawberries

It’s 4th of July Week here on Taste and Tell! All week, I’ll be bringing you festive red, white and blue recipes that will be perfect for the celebrations coming up.

I grew up in a smallish town. But when I was little, it didn’t feel that small. In fact, I remember the 4th of July festivities, and I always thought that the fireworks show was so big. I couldn’t imagine another town having as many fireworks as we had! I remember the whole family piling into the car, and then finding a spot on the side of the road with the masses to watch the show. The fireworks show was coordinated with some patriotic music on one of the local radio stations, so here you would see the roads packed with people pulled off to the side, and everyone’s radios blaring patriotic music. Many people would be out with lawn chairs, while others would pull out blankets. There were always people that would sit right on top of their cars as well. This was one of the events that I looked forward to all year. I have such great memories of the 4th of July when I was a kid.

Red, White and Blue Dipped Strawberries

I wish that I could take credit for the idea for these strawberries. They are so simple, yet so festive and beautiful – I had one of those “why didn’t I think of that” thoughts go through my head when I first saw them. But I knew immediately that I wanted to make them. This is one of those dessert ideas that anyone could make, but an idea that you know everyone will love. Who doesn’t love strawberries, white chocolate and sprinkles?? I was barely able to photograph these because Abbi kept wanting to pull them off the table to eat them!

4th of July Dipped Strawberries

This one doesn’t even take a recipe to figure out. All you need are strawberries, white chocolate or almond bark, and blue sanding sugar. Make sure your strawberries are dry, then dip them in the melted chocolate and then in the sugar. Easy as can be!!

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19 Responses to Festive Dipped Strawberries

  1. These are so cute!!! Too bad I am not going to be home on the 4th this year. Don’t think I could make these in a hotel 🙁

  2. Those are just adorable! What a great idea!

  3. patsyk says:

    Those are adorable! I can’t wait to make some like it to share with my family!

  4. Ryan says:

    These are SO cute!! What a great idea for the 4th!

  5. Joanne says:

    So cute! They take chocolate covered strawberries to a whole new level!

  6. Tara Burner says:

    wow so simple yet so impressive!

  7. briarrose says:

    Omg these are just too adorable! Love it.

  8. Katrina says:

    These are just adorable! Love this.

  9. Marla says:

    I saw these on another site made with jello!

  10. Alli says:

    So festive and fun. The 4th is my favorite holiday!

  11. oh my gosh those are so stinkin’ cute!! what a fabulous idea to make blue sugar!!!

  12. teresa says:

    girl, you could shoot food photos for a magazine, these are SOO pretty! i love it!

  13. Betty says:

    Love your photos of these! They are really good and so quick and easy to make! 🙂

  14. Vanessa says:

    Adorable idea for a quick holiday dessert!

  15. Liz says:

    I love these strawberries. We we be out on the lake on the 4th and these would be awesome to have to snack on. Thank you for posting.


  16. Those look so easy to make! I love them! Thanks for the idea.

  17. How adorable are these! They are so simple but something I would have never thought of! I can’t wait to play around with this idea.

  18. These are very festive!!

  19. These are the cutest strawberries I’ve ever seen!! They are for sure making an appearance at my 4th of July BBQ 😉

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