7 Fun Ways to Eat Strawberry Belts
If you have tried Li Hing Mui Strawberry Belts, you know how addictive they can be! It is impossible to eat only one piece and most people love it so much that they can eat a whole packet in one sitting!
But did you know that there are many ways in which to eat this tasty candy? Although the most popular way to eat this treat is just as it comes, you can definitely get creative with it. So check out these 7 fun ways to eat Li Hing Mui Strawberry Belts!
1) Strawberry Belt Sushi
You will be hard-pressed to find someone who doesn’t like sushi. So why not combine it with your favorite candy treat - strawberry belts! All you will need is a pack of our world-famous strawberry belts and the fillings of your choice. These fillings can be anything you like to eat and that will go well with strawberry belts. We like to make strawberry belt sushi with gummy candy or marshmallows! Simply take a strip of strawberry belt and roll it inwards into a roll with your filling of choice. You will now have rolls of sushi almost too pretty to eat that you can pick up with chopsticks or your fingers!
2) Strawberry Belt Tangrams
Do you have kids in the house and are you looking for some fun and educational games for them? Make learning fun by creating tangrams (spatial awareness puzzles) out of their favorite candy - Li Hing Mui Strawberry Belts, Rainbow Belts and Lychee Belts. All you need to do is cut various, interlocking shapes on your belts, mix them up and then match the tiles up. After you have had fun building the puzzle, you can eat your delicious result!
3) Strawberry Belt Flowers
If you are looking for a fun and creative way to spend a rainy day with your children, why not make strawberry belt flowers? Make a candy bouquet to share with a friend and brighten their dreary day!
4) Lunch Box Snack
Not a fan of eating fruit but you know you need to include something fruity in your lunchbox? Why not include some Li Hing Mui Strawberry Belts for the perfect, after lunch treat? Just make sure your friends or schoolmates don’t see your strawberry belts as they will want some for themselves!
5) Strawberry Belt Ravioli
Because Li Hing Mui Strawberry Belts are a tasty sweet and salty candy, they combine well with many other flavors. Strawberry belt ravioli is a creative and very special way in which to eat this scrumptious candy treat. Take a few pieces of strawberry belt and stuff the square with anything from mascarpone cheese, yogurt, Li Hing Mui gummy candy, jam or even chocolate and you will receive a sweet and salty surprise as you bite into it!
6) Party Snack
It can be difficult to decide what to make if you are throwing a dinner or having a party. People have such varied tastes in food but most folks absolutely love candy! Take your boring dinner party to the next level with Li Hing Mui Strawberry Belts and an all you can eat candy bar!
7) Strawberry Belt Cake Decorations
Need to make a cake but are stuck on ideas on how to decorate it? If you have some spare Li Hing Mui Strawberry Belts lying around, why not shape these into pretty shapes to decorate the cake? They make excellent (and delicious) creative cake toppings. You can even use them to decorate your batch of cupcakes, brownies or use them as an edible table topping!
Oprah uses Rainbow Belts on her cupcakes, but we think any kind of candy belt would look cute. Check it out here!