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4 firm strawberries (1 smaller for the head)
low-fat thick yoghurt or low-fat cream cheese (eg. Philadelphia)
4 small blueberries
1 dried apricot
desiccated coconut, to garnish
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1 Slice the bottom and the top from a large strawberry (body) to make 2 flat surfaces. Place on a serving plate.
2 Cut the top and bottom from the smaller strawberry (head) to make two flat surfaces. Balance on top of large strawberry.
3 Use a spatula to cover balanced strawberries with yoghurt or cream cheese.
4 To make hat, cut a thin slice off strawberry number 3 for the base of hat and use the remainder for the top of hat. Place on top of the ‘head’.
5 Freeze for about 10 minutes to thicken the working surface to make it easier for decorations to stick.
6 To make face, use a small piece of apricot as a nose and sliced blueberries for eyes and mouth.
7 To dress snowman, cut remaining blueberries in half to form buttons. Use dried apricot slices for a scarf.
8 Use cocktail sticks as arms and poke small pieces of raisin at ends for hands. For decoration, add desiccated coconut ‘snow’ around the base.
- Do not use soft very ripe strawberries as they will not hold their shape and the juice will seep through the yoghurt.
- Eat within 15 minutes of making.
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