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    Stuffed Strawberries

    **Tinkerbell**
    Fri Apr 12, 2013 9:29 am
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    Four years ago I tried a recipe for stuffed strawberries. At the time, I was simply using up a 5lb tub of strawberries I bought on a whim. However, I've been making them ever since for anything from a backyard BBQ to card night. These little gems are always a hit and there are never any leftovers. I've seen a lot of similar recipes online, and usually I would have tried several of them by now, but for some reason I never have. I use miraclelove77's recipe for Filled Strawberry Cheesecakes all the time. We used to prefer it with the almond extract called for, but two families very close to us have children with nut allergies, so most often I just substitute my homemade vanilla instead.

    The filled strawberries idea is great, but there really is a limited selection of ingredients to stuff a strawberry with. The main differences in the recipes I've seen are the use of cream cheese or mascarpone for the filling base. I've used both cheeses interchangeably, with slight adjustments to accommodate for the thinner consistency of mascarpone. The basic formula is powdered sugar, cream cheese/mascarpone, and a flavoring.
    You can slice the berries in half, like deviled eggs, or scoop out the centers and stand them up. You can spoon in the filling or pipe it with a pastry bag and star tip. You can garnish with chocolate shavings or sprigs of mint. Any way you choose to present them, these berries are dynamite.

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    Dib's
    Fri Apr 12, 2013 11:05 am
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    Come on Local Strawberries! (won't touch the ones from California-boo hiss)

    If your going to stuff them and then dip them in chocolate, try a melted Toblerone Bar.
    **Tinkerbell**
    Fri Apr 12, 2013 12:17 pm
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    Dib's wrote:
    Come on Local Strawberries! (won't touch the ones from California-boo hiss)

    If your going to stuff them and then dip them in chocolate, try a melted Toblerone Bar.


    Oh yeah! Don't bother with cheap chocolate. Go for the good stuff, baby! icon_biggrin.gif
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