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Foodie Friday: Strawberry Hearts

Hello Fellow Food Adventurers,2013-01-10 09.27.15

Today I’m  going to show you how to easily embellish any cocktail or drink you’re serving. These are great to float in martinis like a Cosmo or to put on the side the a glass of a strawberry daiquiri.  I’ve also used these when I make someone I love breakfast-in-bed and I always top my waffles, pancakes, or french toast with them. Its just a cute way to incorporate little bits of your love in your food.

Ingredients:

  • Strawberries (as many as your willing to cut)

How to Put It Together:

  1. Cut of the green leafy tops of the strawberry, cutting off as little of the strawberry as possible.
  2. Cut a “V” into the top of the strawberry around where the leaves used to be. Try to place it in the center, its ok if they aren’t because they will be delicious either way.2013-01-10 09.27.45
  3. Place the strawberry “V” side down on the cutting board and slice the strawberry into hearts. I usually like to make them around a 1/2 centimeter thick: you don’t want them to be paper thin.

Now you have edible hearts that you can use for just about anything. Maybe on top of some chocolate cupcakes?

Eat Well & Adventure On,
Kat

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2 comments on “Foodie Friday: Strawberry Hearts

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  2. […] for dinner or maybe a getaway for the weekend, why not make a delicious breakfast made with love and strawberry hearts for your valentine. This French toast is sure to satisfy your love’s tummy and their sweet […]

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