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How To Make Easy Rose Strawberries

Learn how to easily carve a strawberry into a rose! Perfect garnish idea for ice cream, cupcakes, fruit platters and dipping!
Course Dessert, garnish, Snack
Cuisine American
Keyword flower, fruit cocktail, how to make, strawberry rose
Prep Time 2 minutes
Total Time 2 minutes
Servings 1
Author Divas Can Cook


  • Large Strawberries with pointed tips and leaves, washed and dried
  • Wooden skewer to hold strawberry
  • Pairing knife


  • Insert the skewer into the bottom of the strawberry (where the leaves are)
  • With the pointed end of the strawberry upwards, you are ready to start carving!
  • Starting at the bottom, make a small slit but do not cut all the way through.
  • Use your knife to very gently curl the tip of the "petal" by pressing it back.
  • This is your first petal!
  • Repeat on the other 3 sides of the strawberry until you have four "petals" at the base of the strawberry.
  • Now let's make another row!
  • Starting above the row you just made, between two petals, make another slit.
  • Curl the petal back gently.
  • Repeat on the other 3 sides of the strawberry.
  • To finish the rose, make a slit down the tip and press back gently to curl the tips.



I HIGHLY suggest watching the video that comes with this recipe. It's much easy to understand once you see it in action.
You can create roses with as many rows as you'd like! The more rows, the prettier the rose looks I think, however it does start to get fragile. I usually stick with two rows.