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September 5, 2012

Don’t dip them, fill them!

It is clear that filled strawberries are much more fun and tasty than dipped ones. Here are 3 simple strawberry filling recipes.


Ingredients Required

3 Dozen Strawberries


Heavenly Strawberries

8oz cream cheese

½ cup powdered sugar

¼ tsp almond or vanilla extract


Inside-out Chocolate

8oz cream cheese

½ cup chocolate sauce

3 x 3/4oz milk chocolate bars finely chopped


Peanut Butter

8oz cream cheese

½ cup peanut butter

5tbs powdered sugar


1. Remove stems and inner part of strawberries to create a bowl. Strawberries can be placed into an empty egg carton to make them stand easily.

2. For each recipe, beat all ingredients together in a bowl until smooth.

3. Using either a pastry bag or a heavy duty plastic bag with the corner cut, pipe mixture into the hole of the strawberry.

4. Refrigerate for 1 hour before serving. Can sprinkle with grated chocolate if desired.


  1. Oh my gosh — I am literally biting my own hand… I am SO going to make these!

    Comment by Symphony38 — September 5, 2012 @ 9:42 pm

  2. This is a raspberry tppoing, but you can easily subsitute strawberries for the raspberries.Warm Raspberry Muscat SauceThis sauce is delicious poured over ice cream or cheesecake!3 tablespoons unsalted butter3 tablespoons light brown sugar1/4 cup Muscat winepinch of cinnamon1 cup of raspberries1. Melt 2 tablespoons of the butter in a skillet.2. Add brown sugar and stir occasionally over medium heat until dissolved.3.Stir in the Muscat and cinnamon and boil for 1 minute. 4. Remove the pan from the heat and stir in the remaining butter.5. Mix in the raspberries and let cool slightly before serving over ice cream or cheesecake.

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