How to Cut Strawberries Into Hearts

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This step-by-step guide will show you how to cut strawberries into hearts. With just a few simple cuts, you can turn any ordinary strawberry into a special treat!

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What You Need

All you need to cut strawberries into hearts is a sharp knife, a cutting board, and some strawberries. If you want to get really fancy, you can also use a strawberry huller.


While you can use any type of strawberry, firmer varieties work best for this project. We recommend using organic strawberries whenever possible. You will also need a sharp knife and a cutting board.


You will need a sharp knife to cut the strawberries. Be sure to wash the knife before use.

Cutting board

A cutting board is a durable surface on which to cut food. It is important to have a few different sizes of cutting boards to accommodate the different types of foods you prepare. Choose a cutting board that is large enough for the task at hand, but not too large that it becomes cumbersome to use.

Wooden cutting boards are preferred by many home cooks because they are durable and easy on knives. Bamboo cutting boards are also a good option as they are environmentally friendly and gentle on knives. Plastic cutting boards are less costly than wood or bamboo, but they are not as durable and can dull knives more quickly.


With a sharp knife, cut the green tops off the strawberries. Cut the strawberries in half from the top down. Slice a small triangle out of the rounded side of each strawberry half.

Rinse the strawberries

Rinse the strawberries under cold water. You want to make sure they’re clean so that any dirt or bacteria is washed away.

Gently pat the strawberries dry with a clean towel or paper towel.

Remove the stem from each strawberry by using a small sharp knife to cut around it in a circle. Make sure not to cut too deep, or you’ll cut into the heart of the strawberry.

Hull the strawberries

The first step to hulling a strawberry is to remove the stem. You can do this by taking a small knife and slicing it around the top of the strawberry until the stem pops off. You can also use a paring knife or a strawberry huller, which is a small tool specifically designed for removing the stem of a strawberry.

Next, remove any leaves from the strawberry. You can do this by taking your fingers and gently pulling them off or by using a paring knife to slice them off.

Once the stem and leaves are removed, you should have a smooth, red strawberry that is ready to be cut into hearts.

Slice the strawberries in half

Start with slicing the green caps off the strawberries. Next, cut the strawberries in half length-wise. Finally, cut each strawberry half into two or three pieces, depending on the size of the strawberry and your preference.

Slice the strawberries into thin strips

To start, rinse the strawberries and pat them dry. Next, remove the stem and leaves from each strawberry. Once the stem and leaves are removed, slice the strawberries into thin strips. To do this, first cut the strawberry in half. Then, cut each half into three or four thin strips. Finally, cut each strip into a heart shape.

Arrange the strips into a heart shape

1.Line up the strips in a row on the cutting board, with the longest strip in the middle and the shorter strips on either side.

2.Fold the two shorter strips in half so they overlap in the middle, then press them together to form a point.

3.Fold the longest strip in half and place it on top of the other two strips, aligning the points at the top.

4.Press down on the top point to form a heart shape.


It’s easy to cut strawberries into hearts with a few simple steps. You will need a sharp knife and a cutting board. Start by cutting off the stem of the strawberry. Then, cut the strawberry in half. Next, cut each half of the strawberry into thin slices. Finally, use the tip of your knife to make a heart shape out of each slice.

Use a sharp knife

When cutting strawberries into hearts, make sure to use a sharp knife. A dull knife will squish the berries and make them difficult to cut. Also, be sure to cut the strawberries into even slices so that they roast evenly.

Slice the strawberries evenly

For best results, start with strawberries that are similar in size. Slice the tops off of the strawberries, then cut the berries in half from top to bottom. Next, slice each strawberry half into four equal wedges. To create the heart shape, simply remove the outer two wedges from each strawberry half. Voila! You’ve got a bunch of cute strawberry hearts.

Be careful not to cut yourself

With their small size and round shape, strawberries are notoriously difficult to cut into shapes. But with a little bit of care and the right tools, you can easily cut them into hearts. Here’s what you need:

-A sharp knife: A dull knife will squish the strawberries and make them harder to cut.
-A cutting board: You’ll want a cutting board that has a little bit of give, so the knife doesn’t slip. Look for a plastic or bamboo cutting board.
-Strawberries: Make sure they’re ripe, but not too ripe. The ideal strawberry is red all the way through, with no green or white parts.

To cut the strawberries into hearts, first wash them and then pat them dry. Next, hull the strawberries, which means to remove the leafy part and the stem. To do this, insert the tip of the knife into the strawberry just below the leafy part and angle it up. Then, twist the knife and pull it out.

Once all of the strawberries are hulled, it’s time to start cutting them into hearts. To do this, hold the strawberry in one hand and use the other hand to carefully guide the knife as you slice through the strawberry perpendicular to the center line. When you’re about halfway through, rotate the strawberry so that you’re slicing along the other side of the center line. This will create two symmetrical heart-shaped halves.

If your strawberries are on the small side, you can stop here. If they’re larger, you can slice each half in half again to create smaller hearts. Once all of your strawberries are cut into hearts, enjoy!


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