Mother’s Day White Chocolate and Rosé Covered Strawberries

Kristin | May 9, 2017

Mother’s Day is right around the corner, and this year it’s especially exciting because it’s the first time I will be celebrating as a new mom! We welcomed our sweet girl Piper into the world this past August, so now my appreciation and gratitude for my own mother has come full circle.

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One way I think anyone can make their mother feel especially loved on Mother’s Day is by creating something to share with her – like these gorgeous white chocolate and rosé covered strawberries. Because let’s be honest – if there’s anything that your mom deserves on Mother’s Day, it’s rosé!

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The great news is that while these are so beautiful for Mother's Day, I also think they would be perfect for a bridal or baby shower. I used edible gold flakes that you can purchase from Amazon, which might be the coolest thing ever. To get the pink ombre affect, I slowly added 3 drops of red food coloring and 1 drop of yellow to the chocolate after every two strawberries. These were delicious and since I know you are all wondering, you can definitely taste the rosé!

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What are your favorite ways to spoil mom? Share with us in the comments below.

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Ingredients:

 1lb California Giant strawberries

1 bottle of your favorite rosé

22 oz white chocolate chips 

Red and yellow food coloring

Edible gold flakes, gold dust, gold and pink sprinkles, edible pearls for decorating

 

Instructions:

Soak strawberries in half a bottle of rosé. You can soak them for a few hours or overnight, depending on how strong of a taste you prefer. After soaking, dry strawberries well with a paper towel. 

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Heat white chocolate chips in microwave in 30 second intervals, stirring each time, until melted. Add 3 drops red and 1 drop yellow food coloring to chocolate. This will create a light pink color. To get the ombre pink look, slowly continue to add 3 drops red and 1 drop yellow after every two strawberries you dip. 

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Decorate with edible gold flakes, gold dust, sprinkles and pearls! Serve with the remaining rosé. 

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