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HOW TO Make Strawberry Santas

Strawberry Santas are the most fun and delicious Christmas treats for the whole family. Easy to make, delicious to eat, it takes only a few minutes to turn your organic fresh strawberries into little cute Santas filled with mascarpone cream.

This recipe makes 6 big Strawberry Santas.

Keep it always homemade, simple and delicious!

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Produced by: BreadLoveAndDreams.com

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Yields : 6 Strawberry Santa

Difficulty : easy

Prep Time : 20 min.

INGREDIENTS

6 big strawberries, washed and dried

4 oz mascarpone cheese

4 oz powdered sugar

1/4 teaspoon vanilla extract

Holiday sequins and pearls, to decorate

Kitchen tools

1 paring knife

1 pastry bag with a small star tip

DIRECTIONS

With a paring knife, slice the stems off the strawberries then cut the top third of each strawberry. Set aside

Prepare the mascarpone cream by whisking together mascarpone and powdered sugar until creamy.

Add the vanilla extract and blend well.

Fill a star tipped pastry bag  with the mascarpone cream and pipe a small amount over the large pieces of strawberries.

Top with the Santa’s hats (small strawberries pieces).

Make pom pom and Santa’ s buttons by piping just a smidgen of mascarpone cream.

Use Holiday sequins or pearls for making eyes.

Dust with powdered sugar for a snow effect.

HAPPY HOLIDAYS!!!

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2 thoughts on “HOW TO Make Strawberry Santas

  1. Nicole December 6, 2016 at 8:22 PM Reply

    Ahhh so cute! I love this! 🙂

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