Sparkling Berry Bites

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 These Sparkling Berry Bites look like they took all day to make.  I took these to a family Christmas party and everyone thought that they were so fancy.   I think that the berries look like they have a dusting of snow… they are just so pretty!

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I like pretty desserts.   I like them even more when I don’t have to spend all day on them!   The base is just a simple butter cracker like Ritz and on top of that I put a layer of white chocolate cream cheese (Philadelphia brand).   Then I added some sparkling berries and sparkling mint.

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 To make the “sparkle” on the berries I just dabbed a thin layer of egg beaters onto each berry.

sparkling berry bites 5 Then I rolled each berry in sugar.  (The kids really love to do this part too!!!)  That is it!  I laid them on some paper towels to dry before putting them on the crackers.   For the mint leaves I just  painted one side with the egg beaters and dipped the one side in the sugar.

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The sugar adds a beautiful touch.

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Sparkling Berry Bites
  • Assorted fresh small berries like raspberries, blackberries and blueberries (one to three berries for each cracker)
  • Ritz or similar butter crackers
  • Philadelphia Simple Indulgence White Chocolate Cream Cheese
  • Pasteurized Egg Whites (you will need about ¼ cup)
  • sugar (about ¼ cup)
  • fresh Mint leaves (optional)
  1. Start off by painting each berry with a thin layer of egg beaters and rolling each berry into the sugar. Do the same for the mint leaves if you are using them, but only apply the egg beaters and sugar to one side. Set the berries and mint leaves on a paper towel to dry (about 10 minutes). Assemble crackers with a layer of the cream cheese either by spreading it on with a knife or piping it on with a tip. Once the berries and mint leaves are somewhat dry (they might be a little sticky) lay them on top of the cream cheese. You should be able to fit one to three berries on each cracker.


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    • Rachel says

      Happy New Year to you too! I wanted something that really described what I “think” my blogging style is…

  1. says

    These really do look like such a fancy appetizer!!! What a great idea, and love the “sparkling” berries! I’m looking for more things to make for New Year’s Eve and this sounds really good! Thanks for sharing! Hope you had a great Christmas! :)

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