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    The perfect holiday snack for your next family gathering or office holiday party. These Santa Hat fruit arrangements by Julie Mulligan are sure to be a taste hit.

    What you need:

    • Strawberries
    • White melting chocolate
    • Coconut flakes
    • Mini marshmallows

    Author: Julie Mulligan.

    Step 1: Remove the Stem From the Strawberry

      • Don’t cut off the stem. Gently pull it away to preserve the shape of the berry.

      Step 2: Add White Chocolate

        • Dip the bottom end of the strawberry into your bowl of melted white chocolate. Make sure you cover about a quarter of the berry.

        Step 3: Add Your Coconut Flakes

          • Hold your dipped strawberry over the bowl of shredded coconut, then with a spoon drop, sprinkle your coconut flakes onto the chocolate.
          • Once the chocolate is covered, place the berry on a plate dipped side down.

          Step 4: Add the Marshmallow

            • Dip a mini marshmallow into the melted chocolate and the place on top of the berry.

            Step 5: Happy Holidays!

              • Now that you've completed your Santa Hats, enjoy these tasty treat with your favorite holiday beverage.
              Great, easy and quick, will be making these treats for my daughters birthday at Christmas.
              <p>Thank you so much for sharing =)</p>
              <p>Thank you so much for the great instructable. For anyone looking for measurements I used 2 small cartons of strawberries, half a bag of Ghirideli melting chocolate, 1/4-1/3 bag of coconut, and maybe 20 marshmallows. Other than the strawberries running out I was surprised how much coconut we used after I chopped it nice and fine.</p>
              <p>Thanks for sharing =)</p>
              <p>Just made a test batch. They not only look good, but taste great as well! Thanks!</p><p>Dipping into coconut works just as fine as sprinkling some over.</p>
              <p>Yummy!</p>
              <p>Just an amazing job - well thought of, so cute and so easy. You're a genius! Merry Christmas .... maybe Santa would like these instead of cookies ;-)</p>
              <p>He will...if you make enough,that is.</p>
              <p>i was pretty sure he wasn't THAT fat. Oh wait wrong guy, your right.</p>
              I have a good question though.. How do u hold these lol. It was a little messy when I held it lol
              <p>hold it on the side and bottom at the same time like in the picture(you may need to click the picture for clarity) </p>
              <p>Cute and quick! Thanks! Also, just a thought-- if you are (like me) allergic to coconut, you could replace the coconut flakes with a good Divinity recipe.</p>
              Just to let you know &quot;a strawberry IS NOT A BERRY&quot;... But a banana is!<br>Oh and love these!! Definitely going to make some
              <p>These look really good, I am going to try them for Christmas get-together.</p>
              <p>These look really good, I am going to try them for Christmas get-together.</p>
              <p>celebration will be wonderful, thank you)</p>
              <p>Squeal! The perfect treat to bring to the staff Christmas party! Seriously, these are just adorable. :)</p>
              Wow this is so cute! I would have never thought of this! Thanks so much I love cooking and crafting with food sometimes. I made it and it turned out really good thx
              <p>I never knew that strawberrys resemble santa hats till today.</p>
              <p>Who would've thought!? </p>
              absolutely beautiful presentation
              <p>Appreciate the kind words. We are definitely looking to make similar presentations in the future. </p>
              <p>Awesome !</p>
              <p>I think this may solve some of the small Christmas gifts problems. Thanks!</p>
              <p>Glad we could help Raitis. Good luck and go for it! </p>
              <p>Super cute. Nice to get some fresh fruit on the appetizer tray along with the other sugary snacks.</p>
              <p>Yes Laura! It complements those sugary snacks nicely. Thanks for reading.</p>
              <p>Beautiful! I want to make these for my family's Christmas brunch! </p>
              <p>Definitely worth it and I bet they'll all enjoy! Thanks for commenting :)</p>

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