Strawberries and Lemonade Fruit Dip

Strawberries on a stick with fruit dip

Strawberries and lemonade fruit dip are a fun way to serve fruit.  This is great for birthday parties, Valentine’s celebrations, spring gatherings or just for fun.  This is a creative, memorable way to serve fruit and dip.

Strawberries on a stick with fruit dip

Strawberries and Lemonade Fruit Dip

I love playing with my food and the holidays always provides the perfect opportunity for us to get in the kitchen, let our imaginations soar and experiment on many levels.  One of my favorite Valentine’s shares is our Strawberry Rosebud Garden served with a simple Lemonade Fruit Dip. 

It’s great for classroom Valentine’s parties, birthday parties or it’s fun on a smaller scale for an after school surprise. 

When I have served this treat at school, I have brought a garden of flowers with one stemmed stick labeled for each child and then I bring extra fruit on the side so that they can continue to skew more for themselves.  I have also discovered that since it’s not uncommon for things to hit the floor, and there’s always a ‘NO five second rule’ at schools, that extra garden skewers on the side are not such a bad idea. 

Lemonade Fruit Dip

Strawberries on a stick with fruit dip


  • 2 oz. frozen whipped topping, thawed
  • 1/3 cup low fat vanilla yogurt
  • 1 tablespoon lemonade concentrate, frozen
  • ¼ teaspoon pure vanilla extract


    1. Fold the whipped topping, vanilla yogurt, lemonade concentrate and vanilla together. 

    2. Serve chilled and with fruit.

Whipped Topping Trade:  The whipped topping can be substituted with Greek Vanilla Yogurt.

Making a Strawberry Rose Bud Garden:  These simple, but fun fruit bites are perfect for birthday Parties, gatherings and/or classroom treats.

Fresh Strawberries

Cookie or Lollipop Sticks (or skewers)

Floral Tape

Green construction paper

Green Styrofoam Block


  1. Rinse the strawberries and slice off the greens so that you have a flat edge to the strawberry.  The strawberries will serve as our rose buds in the garden.
  2. Cut leaves with a stem out of the construction paper.  Note: I use the leaves for the kids to label their names if we are making them together.
  3. Wrap the stem with the floral tap and stop about ¾ of the way up the stem to insert the leaf and continue the wrapping leaving a portion of the stick exposed for the strawberry.
  4. Top the stick with the strawberry and place it into the foam base.
  5. It isn’t necessary but you can create grass from construction paper and add it to the Styrofoam block.

Cookie or Lollipop Sticks:  I typically purchase the 8, 6 and 4 inch sticks to create a staggered garden affect.  

More Dipped Yum:  Check out my easy Chocolate Whip Dip that goes deliciously well with fresh strawberries.  It’s always good to have a great fruit dip recipe on hand.  They make entertaining easy, but yummy.  The recipe link is below the picture so that you can dip away…

Fresh strawberries served with a bowl of milk chocolate whipped dip and a white chocolate whipped dip

Chocolate Whip Dip Recipe Link



27 Comments on “Strawberries and Lemonade Fruit Dip”

    1. Thank you! A big hit at last year’s classroom party…considering it a share for this year as well :)…
      ~ Jodie

    1. THANK you! Great party fun – we used these for my daughter’s birthday as well…
      Thanks for stopping by!
      ~ Jodie

    1. Thank you! My dad will get a kick out of your comment 🙂 Now he’ll be leaving me comments on all of the posts – lol!
      Have a GREAT evening…and thanks for stopping by!
      ~ Jodie

  1. Hey Jodie,
    These came out really cute. What a great idea. Thanks so much for sharing at Wednesday’s Adorned From Above Blog Hop.
    Debi and Charly @ Adorned From Above
    Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures
    Nichi @ The Mandatory Mooch

    1. There’s always more than one way to eat a strawberry – lol!
      Have a GREAT evening & thanks for stopping by…
      ~ Jodie

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