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Wine Infused Strawberries

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There’s something about strawberries that makes me think of warmth, sweetness, and the changing of the seasons. Or maybe that’s just the wine in theseย Wine Infused Strawberries that has me feeling really good about life today. Seriously, I didn’t think the concept of chocolate-covered strawberries, as simple as it is, could ever be improved upon. But I suppose if there’s anything I should have learned about life so far, it’s that the addition of wine to just about anything is a recipe for success. And speaking of recipes…let me give you the rundown on how to step up your strawberry game.

Wine Infused Strawberries

What You’ll Need to Make Wine Infused Strawberries:

  • 1 pint of strawberries
  • 1 cup white chocolate
  • 1 cup strawberry wine
  • 20 plastic pipette tubes

Infused Strawberries

How to Make Wine Infused Strawberries:

And the best part about these upgraded chocolate-covered strawberries? They’re so super easy, you’ll barely have any extra time to sample the strawberry wine. The first thing you’ll want to do is melt your white chocolate. You can do this in a double boiler, but if you’re lazy like me, you can just chop up the chocolate into a bowl and stick it in the microwave. Heat it in 20 second increments, stirring after each one, until it’s all completely melted. Dip the strawberries in the white chocolate and place them on a cookie sheet, then put them in the fridge to let them set. Depending on how thick you make the chocolate layer, this should take about 15 minutes. While you’re waiting, you can fill the plastic pipette tubes with the strawberry wine – now’s the time to sneak a few samples, if you’re so inclined. Once the chocolate is set, place the wine-filled pipette tubes into each strawberry. Then, enjoy!

Wine Strawberries

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8 Comments

  1. These look amazing but how do you squirt the pippette off nto the strawberry without it coming out everywhere? Mine ended up very messy to eat. What did I do wrong?

  2. Now after injecting the pipette will the liquor fo into the strawberry or how do you get the strawberry to actually taste like the liquor you are using because i made some and they tasted like nomarl strawberries they had no touch of liquor. HELP PLS!!

  3. Hi I love your idea I wanted to know how long they will last I wanted to put them in a basket for mothers day

  4. Oh my goodness, your pictures are fabulous and these strawberries look amazing! Totally on my level ๐Ÿ™‚ Have to pin because they look so good! Thanks for sharing and hope to see you back at #HomeMattersParty

  5. I have not heard of infusing strawberries, but I’m in! Thanks for linking up to Merry Monday! Pinned & Sharing on G+! Have a great week!
    Kim

  6. These are a hoot! I bet they are delicious. I can imagine taking these to Bunko or something like that. ๐Ÿ™‚

    Please join us for Thoughts of Home on Thursday. We’d love for you to share this. ๐Ÿ™‚

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