Dr. Seuss Thing One & Thing Two Dipped Strawberries


Dr. Seuss Thing One & Thing Two Dipped Strawberries

Do you love all things Seuss? If so, you will want to give these Thing One and Thing Two Dipped Strawberries a try. You can make your own Thing One and Thing Two strawberries in just minutes and using just 3 ingredients. Here is how you can get started.

Dr. Seuss Thing One & Thing Two Dipped Strawberries

Dr. Seuss Thing One & Thing Two Dipped Strawberries

Supplies needed:

  • Fresh strawberries
  • White frosting (can be any flavor, just make sure it is white so it can be tinted)
  • Blue food coloring

Easy Recipe for Dr. Seuss Birthday- Dr. Seuss Thing One & Thing Two Dipped Strawberries

Directions:

1. Begin by placing half of a cup of white frosting in a microwave safe bowl.

2. Heat on high for 20-30 seconds. You want the frosting to be liquefied completely.

3. Add in a few drops of blue food coloring. The more you add, the darker the hue will be. Stir well.

4. Dip your strawberries into the colored frosting so the tips are coated. Set on a plate to dry.

5. Place the strawberries in a cool place or refrigerator for a few minutes before serving. This will give the frosting  a chance to harden.

Easy Recipe for Dr. Seuss Birthday- Dr. Seuss Thing One & Thing Two Dipped Strawberries

Your Thing One and Thing Two strawberries are now ready to be enjoyed. Enjoy a copy of the book The Cat in the Hat and then dive in to your themed treats. Children are sure to love the bright colors and sweet taste, and you are sure to love how easy and budget friendly these are.

Gather your supplies and give these Thing One and Thing Two dipped strawberries a try. They make for the perfect Seuss themed snack.

Be sure to check out some of my other Dr. Seuss Crafts & Easy Kid-friendly recipes:

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Strawberry Banana Cat In The Hat {Dr Seuss Birthday Celebration}

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3 Comments

  1. What a fun idea for Dr. Seuss celebrations. My kiddos would love that bright blue frosting. Thank you for sharing. PINNED!

  2. March 6, 2015
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    I bet these are so tasty! They sure are festive for sure! I’ve got a container of white frosting in my fridge and we are going to the farmer’s market tomorrow…hmmm…these may be a possibility for dessert tomorrow evening! Thanks for the idea!

    Thanks for sharing at Inspire Me Mondays!

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