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There are countless ways to dress up this luscious summer fruit. For our favorite dipping ideas, start here.
Dip berries in melted red or pink confectioner's coating for a sugary treat that's hard to resist.
Tip: For best results, ensure that strawberries are completely dry before dipping. Use a paper towel to gently blot berries until there's no excess moisture.
For a savory-sweet treat, dip berries in sour cream, then in brown sugar.
This salty-sweet combo of mixed nuts and melted chocolate is hard to beat.
For a creative potluck treat, try this fresh idea. Dip one side of the berry in white chocolate first, then dip the other side in dark chocolate.
Jazz up breakfast with this hearty treat. Dip the berry in your favorite yogurt, then in a mixture of granola (or cereal) and dried fruit.
Put a tart-sweet twist on fresh strawberries by dipping them in creamy lemon curd, then freshly shredded lemon peel.
For a tangy twist, try dipping strawberries in honey then salt and cracked black pepper.
This dipper is ultra refreshing. Dip berries in a mixture of honey and lime juice, then in coarse sugar and snipped fresh mint.
For a so simple (and delicious) dessert, try dipping berries in melted caramels. Tight on time? Rich caramel ice cream topping also works well.
For a tropical treat, dip strawberries in buttery vanilla frosting, then in crunchy toasted coconut.
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