6 Reviews

Love these little treats! I had to use a ziploc bag for piping the strawberries so they weren't as neat as I would have liked. I also sprinkled with a few graham cracker crumbs.

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MSippigirl January 29, 2014

Just made these to take along to a friend's house/luncheon invite. Hope I don't eat all of them before we leave. They are wonderful, easy to make, very impressive looking. I used one of my deviled egg plates to serve them. Look so nice. Will be making them again and again. Lovely.

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babaweg May 10, 2009

Yummy, I take this as a base recipe and then I dip the bottoms in chocolate then in chopped toasted almons. Always a crowd pleaser.

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NannetteLa April 04, 2009

These are wonderful, looked so pretty and were a big hit! I dipped them in chocolate after stuffing them. I prepared them the night before and they were fine.

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Phoenix 0880 May 20, 2008

This was an excellent recipe, thanks for sharing. It was easy and looked very elegant, not to mention it tasted wonderful. I added a little red food coloring to the filling to make it pink and topped it with a mint leaf.........Everyone thought I spent hours preparing this dessert.

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Julie Hollie July 25, 2004

I made these to take to a Pampered Chef meeting. I tinted the filling a light pink because I thought it would be a wonderful dish to show off in the month of May for our Help Whip Cancer campaign. Not only did they look gorgeous but were absolutely declicious!! The gals went absolutely nuts over these. Thanks for this wonderful recipe :)

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Shae April 28, 2004
Stuffed Strawberries