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How to make Gender Reveal Party Strawberries

If you’re hosting a Gender reveal party, you’ll want fun Gender Reveal party food to offer your guests! And what better treat than these fun Gender Reveal Party Strawberries.

Not only are they super easy to make, but these Gender Reveal party strawberries are super delicious too. Plus the strawberry part is healthy!

We did plain pink and blue strawberries, but you can add more sprinkled o edible glitter if you want additional decoration.

So read on to learn how to make your own easy Gender Reveal Strawberries.

And if you prefer a video tutorialscheck out our quick video below.


  • Strawberries
  • white chocolate
  • Rose Rood Coloring
  • Blue Food Coloring
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  1. Wash and dry your strawberries
  2. Melt the white chocolate in the microwave or in a pan of water
  3. Pour the melted chocolate into 2 separate bowls
  4. Add pink food coloring to one bowl and blue food coloring to another and mix well
  5. Carefully dip the strawberries into the melted chocolate
  6. Place on a tray covered with parchment paper and refrigerate until firm

Enjoy! These are a great Gender Reveal party food idea, really easy to make the day before the party and just keep in the fridge!

gender shows strawberries

Top Tips for Displaying Strawberries in Sex

If you want to make your Gender Reveal strawberries part of the actual Gender Reveal, you can always layer your chocolate color so there is a hidden inner layer showing. First, dip the strawberries in your light colored chocolate and allow to set. Then dip again in melted white chocolate (uncolored) and decorate with sprinkles or edible glitter. Then, when your guests bite into their strawberries, they’ll know the baby’s gender by the inner layer! A really sweet way to do a Gender Reveal!

For more Gender Reveal Party Food ideas click here and for more Gender Reveal party ideas check out our Gender Reveal ideas here.

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Jane Sheriff is the founder, creative director, party planner and mother of three. She started Darling Celebrations in 2012 to share easy and beautiful ideas for celebrating life’s special events.

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