Chocolate Ricotta Stuffed Strawberries

Chocolate Ricotta Stuffed Strawberries

Chocolate Ricotta Stuffed Strawberries

Love is in the air and Valentine’s Day is just a few days away. For those of you who, like me, are watching their girlish figures this dessert recipe is for you! These chocolate ricotta stuffed strawberries are not only delicious, they’re filling too! They’ll satisfy even the biggest sweet tooth.

The strawberries at my local Costco looked absolutely amazing this week. So I knew I was either going to dip a few in chocolate or come up with something creative. This was the creative option. And it took all of 10 minutes to prep and make.

Make a few for you and your significant other or a whole platter for a party! Everyone will be glad you did.

Chocolate Ricotta Stuffed Strawberries

Chocolate Ricotta Stuffed Strawberries prep and ingredients

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Chocolate Ricotta Stuffed Strawberries
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Serves: 30

  • 30 fresh strawberries, hulled
  • 1 cup part skim ricotta cheese
  • 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
  • 2 tablespoons agave nectar
  • 1 tablespoon unsweetened cocoa powder
  • 2 tablespoons mini chocolate chips

  1. In a mixing bowl, combine ricotta, vanilla extract, agave nectar, cocoa powder and mini chocolate chips with a spatula.
  2. Grab a sandwich bag and cut a corner off (about ¼ of an inch opening). Spoon ricotta mixture into the bag and seal shut.
  3. Fill each strawberry with filling in a spiral motion using the bag. Place filled strawberries on a plate as you finish the rest.
  4. Cover plate with plastic wrap and put the filled strawberries in the refrigerator over night to set (or for a few hours – this is optional).

Nutrition Information
Serving size: 1 Calories: 25 Fat: 1 Carbohydrates: 3 Protein: 1

Chocolate Ricotta Stuffed Strawberries stuffing

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  1. How interesting !! never would have thought of this combo, will have to give it a try thanks for sharing !
    Michelle M. recently posted…My Smokey Sultry Valentine’s Day Eye LookMy Profile

  2. I never would have thought about using Ricotta! They look and sound delicious! I’ll have to try this someday.
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  3. You know I like easy and these look easy enough. Oh… and delicious! I want one right now! Who cares if I need to eat breakfast still! Strawberries make it work for breakfast, right?
    Mariah recently posted…14 Valentine Day Desserts Recipes #ValentinesDayMy Profile

  4. They look super yummy! I have made cheesecakes with half ricotta and they were awesome (when I was on WW) so I know these would be scrumptious!
    Amanda recently posted…The Hopper from Dish NetworkMy Profile

  5. I am such a fan of desserts made with Ricotta. This looks divine!
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  6. It is a darn shame that I hate strawberries… I wonder if I could downsize and do raspberries!? That really looks yum!
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  7. So yeah, I’m basically drooling all over my keyboard this morning. Those stuffed strawberries look so yummy.
    Tiffany C. recently posted…Free Wreck-It Ralph Valentine’s Day CardsMy Profile

  8. I would have never thought of using ricotta cheese. Great idea and they look yummy!
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