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Fairy Berries: Recipe

Imagine how wonderful it would be to eat the way a fairy eats, everything that is sweet to eat and still good for you. The magic fairy dust (sugar sprinkles) are a must to ensure every fairy can fly!

Level Of Difficulty: EasyMediumDifficult

Time To Prepare: Under 1 Hour

Time Until Ready: Under 1 Hour

Recommended Age: 3 to 8 years

Imagine how wonderful it would be to eat the way a fairy eats, everything that is sweet to eat and still good for you. The magic fairy dust (sugar sprinkles) are a must to ensure every fairy can fly!

What you will need:

  • Large strawberries with stems
  • White chocolate chips (1 cup of pieces will coat about 12 strawberries)
  • Red food coloring
  • Decorating sugar or sprinkles

Step 1

Rinse the berries, then pat them dry with paper towels.

Place the white chocolate in a bowl and melt it in the microwave according to the package instructions. Stir in red food coloring until the chocolate is tinted pink.

Pour the sugar onto a plate. Holding each berry by the stem, dunk it into the chocolate, then roll it immediately in the sugar. Place the berries on a sheet of waxed paper and let the coating harden.

For even more fun

Let your would-be fairies choose their food color and choice of fairy sprinkles or sugar. A plate of berries that are as unique as the fairies themselves makes for more imaginative fun.

Decorate some thimbles (Dixie cups) to enjoy some healthy fairy juice as the perfect complement to these fairy berries.

Author: Ranea Haight

I found my belief in the importance of pretend play through two paths. First, during my childrens’ formative years, I developed an appreciation for crafting, games and dress-up as I saw my kids confidence grow as they succeeded on their imaginary adventures.

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