STRAWBERRY HEARTS

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Strawberry hearts resting on banana pedestals, surrounding a single strawberry rose deliver an amazing  wow factor. Who would have thought two pieces of fruit could make such a charming presentation?

You can serve strawberry hearts on banana pedestals, surrounding a single strawberry rose to the people you love during birthday, Mother’s Day, Valentine’s Day and other special celebrations or you can treat yourself. You deserve to be pampered and treated like royalty, too.

The strawberry hearts resting on banana pedestals with a single rose look like it takes all day to make, but it doesn’t.  It takes about five minutes or less to do. No joke.

You’re probably thinking carving a strawberry rose is the hard part. It’s not.

If I can do it, you can do it, too. Click here to see How To Carve A Strawberry Rose. See instruction below to learn how to make strawberry hearts and banana pedestals. Go ahead. You can do it!

STRAWBERRY ROSE & HEARTS
Munchie Cooks/MunchieCooks.com

INGREDIENTS

2 LARGE BANANAS

3 LARGE STRAWBERRIES

TOOLS

1 NON-STICK, STAINLESS STEEL, HEART SHAPED COOKIE CUTTER (SMALL)

1 PARING KNIFE

1 CUTTING BOARD

BANANA PEDESTAL INSTRUCTIONS

PEEL BANANA

PLACE BANANA ON CUTTING BOARD

SLICE BANANA TWO INCHES DIAGONALLY

STRAWBERRY HEART INSTRUCTIONS

RINSE STRAWBERRIES

DRY STRAWBERRIES

PLACE STRAWBERRIES ON CUTTING BOARD

SLICE STRAWBERRIES IN HALF

GENTLY PRESS HEART SHAPED COOKIE CUTTER INTO STRAWBERRIES

GENTLY PRESS STRAWBERRY OUT OF HEART SHAPED COOKIE CUTTER

STRAWBERRY ROSE INSTRUCTIONS

RINSE STRAWBERRIES

DRY STRAWBERRIES WITH PAPER TOWEL

PLACE STRAWBERRY ON CUTTING BOARD WITH STEM AGAINST THE BOARD

USE PARING KNIFE TO CUT INTO THE BOTTOM OF THE STRAWBERRY AT AN ANGLE, MAKING A ROSE PETAL SHAPE ALL AROUND IT

USE PARING KNIFE TO BEND THE STRAWBERRY BACK SO IT FORMS LIKE A BLOOMING ROSE PETAL

MAKE SEVERAL ROWS AROUND THE STRAWBERRY TO THE TOP

NOTE: You can add a skewer or lollipop stick to the strawberry before cutting it, if you prefer to serve them that way.

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