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Vodka Soaked Chocolate Covered Strawberries?

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I saw this on Pinterest and was wondering if anyone has tried it? I'm helping my best friend's husband for Valentine's Day and these seem like something she would love!

 

http://www.thoughtfullysimple.com/vodka-soaked-berries/

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post #2 of 8
That's a neat idea! I've heard of doing that with watermelon for a party, but not strawberries. Makes me wonder how doing that with a raspberry-champagne would be.... mmmm. If you do a test run, let us know. icon_biggrin.gif
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Omg I am so trying these for my sister.  She loves vodka and has a big sweet tooth.  Thanks so much for sharing.

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I am making an experimental batch for Valentine's Day with chocolate whipped cream flavored vodka. I'll let you know how it goes! :D

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Yum! If I was closer I would gladly be a taste tester icon_biggrin.gif let us know how they turn out
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Well, I gave them a shot! I let them soak in some Pinnacle Chocolate Whipped Cream Vodka for 24 hours, and I wasn't a big fan. Maybe I'm just not a vodka person? I have a feeling if I had soaked them in my favorite Moscato wine I would be singing a different tune! They were still good though!

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post #7 of 8

Curious... because strawberries are already juicy and soaking in vodka or your favourite!!!! isn't there a problem with them being so wet after dipped in chocolate?  Don't they seep after 24 hrs or is the idea to eat them immediately???

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post #8 of 8

now i never made these nor ate any--but i just heard talk of them -- some of my work mates told me they made alcohol filled strawberries by injecting that little cavity inside the strawberry --served them at work -- it was a big hit of course -- i would imagine you would need to eat all in one bite for success?

 

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