Rachel's daughter Isabella shows us how to make some easy and affordable red, white & blue treats. They found the ideas while surfing Pinterest. For a link to Rachel's Pinterest page click here.
For the pretzels and strawberries. Melt a bar of white chocolate or white bark in the microwave.
For the pretzels we dipped a third of the rod in the chocolate and then coated in sanding sugar.
For the strawberries, make sure they are completely dry, then dip strawberry in chocolate to cover two thirds of it. Then dip the bottom third in blue sanding suagar.
For the ice cream sandwiches, let them melt slightly before dipping the sides into a dish of sprinkles. Put back into the freezer before serving.
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