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Mini Strawberry Santas

Rated as 4.35 out of 5 Stars

"You can easily make these little Santas as a holiday dessert yourself. All you need are strawberries, whipped cream, and some chocolate sprinkles. Your kids will love these yummy treats and can help put them together."
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Ingredients

20 m servings 64 cals
Original recipe yields 16 servings

Directions

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  1. Cut the hulled-side strawberries so they can stand up on a plate. Slice the tip off each strawberry to make the 'hat'; set aside.
  2. Beat cream and confectioners' sugar in a glass or metal bowl until soft peaks form. Lift your beater or whisk straight up: the whipped cream will form soft mounds.
  3. Spoon a large dollop of whipped cream on top of strawberry base for the 'face' and 'beard'. Set the 'hat' atop the 'face'. Add a dot of whipped cream, using a toothpick, on top of the 'hat' for the 'pom-pom' and 2 dots on the strawberry base for 'buttons'. Place 2 sprinkles on the 'face' for 'eyes'.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 64 calories; 5.7 g fat; 3.2 g carbohydrates; 0.5 g protein; 20 mg cholesterol; 6 mg sodium. Full nutrition

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I made marscapone whipped cream instead of just regular whipped cream, and used mini konpeito (Japanese sugar candy) for the eyes.

Most helpful critical review

The whipped cream started melting as I was assembling, so I gave them out to eat while I was making them. They ate them before I could make more. So they were delicious but not too pretty.

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I made marscapone whipped cream instead of just regular whipped cream, and used mini konpeito (Japanese sugar candy) for the eyes.

I ended up adding red sprinkles for the mouth/nose as well. kids gobbled them up in no time :-)

The whipped cream started melting as I was assembling, so I gave them out to eat while I was making them. They ate them before I could make more. So they were delicious but not too pretty.

Very cute presentation. They went very fast at a dessert potluck. Had to keep them in the fridge until right before serving as the whipped cream began to get soft. Not too sweet at all. Used twe...

Cute, but better eat them quickly. Whipped cream doesn’t stay fluffy for long and you will shortly have strawberries floating In cream.

Was going to give 3.5 stars. Easy enough to do, but make sure strawberries are sweet even to eat. Had a few sour ones. Yuk

If you don't want to fiddle with these use Cool Whip in a piping bag with a smaller type tip opening. Easier to layer precisely without that "blob" look and the two buttons on front then look 'p...

I used silver balls for the eyes. Will make it again , as it was such a conversation point! Very yummy too

I sweetened up the strawberries with truvia and put them in the fridge first. Turned out really delicious and so, so cute! ????