Strawberry bombs

Strawberry bombs are a delightful and visually stunning dessert, perfect for impressing guests or enjoying a special treat. The recipe involves creating a decadent filling, typically a mixture of cream cheese, powdered sugar, and vanilla extract, which offers a rich and creamy texture with a hint of sweetness and a dash of vanilla’s aromatic warmth. This filling is then piped into hollowed-out fresh strawberries, large and ripe, with a vibrant red color and a juicy, sweet flavor.

The strawberries are prepared by cutting off the tops and carefully removing the inner core, creating a small cavity for the filling. Precision is key to maintain the integrity of the strawberry’s shape. Once filled, these strawberries are often dipped in melted chocolate, dark, milk, or white, depending on preference. The chocolate coating adds a layer of indulgence and a satisfying snap when bitten into.

For an added touch of elegance, the chocolate-dipped strawberries can be drizzled with a contrasting chocolate or adorned with decorative elements like sprinkles, crushed nuts, or a dusting of powdered sugar, which not only enhances the visual appeal but also introduces a variety of textures.

The strawberry bombs are then chilled to set the chocolate and firm up the filling, making them a refreshing and rich dessert. When served, they offer a harmonious blend of flavors: the natural sweetness and slight acidity of the strawberry, the creamy and sweet filling, and the rich, smooth chocolate. The result is a delightful burst of flavors and textures with each bite, making strawberry bombs a memorable and enjoyable dessert experience.


°300g (2 cups) flour

1 egg

°45g (1/4 cup) sugar

°pinch of salt

°7g dry yeast

°140 ml (3/5 cup) hot milk

°40 g (1/4 cup) softened butter

+For the decoration:

°Whipped cream

°Strawberries, chopped

°Granulated sugar


In a medium bowl, integrate sugar, yeast and milk and stir to dissolve.

Whisk the egg. Add the flour and salt, and begin kneading the dough with a spatula. Then keep kneading together along with your palms till you get an elastic dough.

Add the softened butter and keep kneading till the butter is properly integrated into the dough.

Form a ball with the dough, cowl with a tea towel or plastic wrap and permit upward thrust for an hour.

Divide the dough into eight elements and roll every right into a ball. Cover and permit stand 30 mins.

Flatten every ball a bit and roll it right into a ball again. Cover and permit relaxation for every other 30 mins.

Fry the balls in warm oil over low warmth for 2-three mins on every side.

Cool barely and reduce in 1/2 of lengthwise, like a burger bun.

Garnish 1/2 of with whipped cream and chopped strawberries, near with the alternative 1/2 of, sprinkle with icing sugar and serve.

Enjoy !

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