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Strawberry Shortcake Kabobs

Feb 08, 2016Health Matters for Women, Recipes

Nothing says “Be My Valentine” like these easy-to-make homemade Strawberry Shortcake Kabobs—a loving trio of fresh strawberries, shortcake, and a white chocolate drizzle.

Recipe modified from sugarapron.com

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INGREDIENTS:

2 boxes strawberries

1 bag of white chocolate chips

Optional toppings: caramel, milk or dark chocolate

Shortcake:

1 box of white cake mix

3/4 cup of Greek vanilla yogurt

2 egg whites

1 1/3 cups of water

Tip: If pressed for time, pick up a pre-made shortcake or angel food cake from the bakery section of the grocery store.

INSTRUCTIONS:

Combine the cake mix, greek yogurt, egg whites and water in a bowl.

Mix until smooth and pour into a greased cake pan or dish (9x13).

Bake at 350 for 20-25 min until toothpick comes out clean or according to directions on the box.

Cut stems off of strawberries and halve them in order to create uniform sizes.

Cut shortcake into 2-inch cubes.

Take skewer and alternate strawberries and shortcake cubes. (You can fit three or four of each per stick).

In a glass bowl melt chocolate in the microwave for about two minutes stirring every 30 seconds. Once fully melted, insert it into a large plastic bag and cut off the corner tip.

Drizzle chocolate and other toppings all over kabobs and place in fridge to set.

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