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  • Mandy * Vintage Butterfly Studio * Thompson

    Chocolate covered strawberries fill an ice cube tray with melted chocolate, add strawberries and chill in the fridge...fruity chocolate bar! Genius

  • Deborah Falbo

    Fresh strawberry chocolate bar. Lightly spray an ice cube tray with Pam. Take strawberries that have been cored and filled with mascarpone cheese. Then fill ice cub tray with melted chocolate, add strawberries and chill in the fridge...fruity chocolate bar!

  • Alyssa Snyder

    fill an ice cube tray with melted chocolate, add strawberries and chill in the fridge...fruity chocolate bar! (Might work better with Styrofoam egg carton)

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