Today I am sharing a super quick 10-minute recipe for Chocolate Covered Strawberries. These are made with semi-sweet chocolate chips and it is a two-ingredient recipe which makes it super easy!
There is no need to spend big dollars on these when you can make chocolate strawberries at home. They come out delicious too! They are perfect for a nice ending to a romantic dinner. They also taste great with champagne – just sayin’! You can pair these with this white chocolate bark and make your own candy box too!
Hi Friends! It’s a cloudy day here at home so I have been catching up on some reading and doing a little holiday prep. This is one of those recipes that we used to make for Valentine’s school parties. Now many schools will not let you bring in your own baked goods, but back in the day, we used to be able to make these. They were also great for selling at bake sales. Does anyone remember those?
Today, this is the perfect treat to make for parties and gatherings or just to celebrate the day!
This fun and simple candy recipe is made with white chocolate chips and topped with fun sprinkles. Honestly, this is so easy to make and you can even change up the sprinkles for any occasion. These are especially nice for birthdays and anniversaries too!
By the way, these are also great for wedding shower brunches too!
Frequently asked questions for this recipe
How do you make Chocolate Dipped Strawberries?
First, you will need large strawberries. I usually buy a container that has a few large ones in it.
Then all you need is some semi-sweet chocolate chips. You melt the chips and then swirl the strawberries.
Set them on ta parchment paper and chill them in the refrigerator. That’s it!
If you like this recipe, you might also like these candy dessert recipes:
Homemade Salted Peanut Clusters – These are perfect
Milk Chocolate Bark – Made with milk chocolate chips,
You may want to pin this for later.
Chocolate Covered Strawberries
- 12 Large Stemmed Strawberries
- 1 cup Semi-sweet Chocolate Chips
- Wash the strawberries and let dry.
- Heat the chocolate chips in the microwave on 50% power for 45 seconds at a time until chocolate is melted. It will vary by microwave so check after each round.
You can use milk chocolate chips or white chocolate chips instead if desired.
- You can make these the morning of or the day before, but more than that and they will start to break.
- Be sure to use parchment paper for easy cleanup. Waxed paper works too!
- If the chocolate is still a little thick, you can add a teaspoon of shortening and pop in the microwave at 50% power for about 10 seconds.
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