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Not So Classic Chocolate Filled Strawberries
15-20 strawberries (the larger the better)
1 bag of Milk Chocolate chips (I use the 11.5 oz Guittard milk chocolate chips)
1. Cut the stems off your clean strawberries and carefully scoop out the top of the berry. The deeper you scoop the more chocolate it will hold. I used large strawberries so I scooped about an inch down.
2. Pour the entire bag of chocolate chips in a glass bowl and heat in the microwave for 30 second intervals. Make sure to take your bowl out every 30 seconds to stir the chips. Continue until all chips are melted.
3. Place your strawberries in an egg carton so they sit straight up. You could also use little Dixie cups. Now you can either spoon your melted chocolate into the berries or use a funnel or piping bag. I used a little baby spoon and it worked fine. Your choice.
4. Place in the refrigerator for about 10 minutes until they harden a bit. Enjoy!
Note: As many of you have noted there is a small chance that salmonella could be found in an empty egg carton so always wash your egg carton with soap and hot water (and then dry) before you use it or simply use an ice cube tray or mini muffin tin to hold the berries while the chocolate hardens. I save all my egg cartons after I wash them because they come in pretty handy for organizing as well.
(Thanks to lilyshop.com for recipe)
Even though you splurged with the calorie count at the table, you can still have a refreshing dessert to finish your meal.
Simply cut up and skewer your favorite fruit (cherries, grapes, oranges, berries) and serve with fruit dip made of equal parts vanilla lowfat yogurt, and light cream cheese mixed well with 1 tsp. sugar and zest of one lime.