Our delicious chocolate covered strawberries are an amazing taste sensation. In this delectable treat, juicy strawberries’ inherent sweetness is combined with the silky, velvety smoothness of rich, melted chocolate.
Chocolate Covered Strawberries:
Each bite is a symphony of flavors as the sweet and delicious chocolate coating coexists peacefully with the juicy, tangy strawberries. A precise sweetness balance is produced by the mixture, tantalizing your taste senses and leaving a lingering, pleasing impression. Intense chocolate flavor combines with the strawberry’s inherent fruitiness to create a delectable and decadent experience that fulfills both fruit & chocolate desires.
While the chocolate coating creates a velvety, silky-smooth covering that envelops the fruit, the plump, juicy strawberries offer a delicious and refreshing bite. The chocolate melts on your tongue as you take a mouthful, creating a pleasant contrast with the strawberry’s firmness. The end result is a divine fusion of textures that heightens the pleasure of every bite.
Prep Time: 10 min
Cook Time: 10 min
Total Time: 20 mins
- 2 lb. fresh strawberries with stems attached on them
- 10 oz. chocolate
- Begin by washing and thoroughly drying the strawberries. Because chocolate and water don’t go well together, it’s crucial to thoroughly dry the strawberries. The chocolate won’t stick to the strawberries if they are even the slightest bit damp!
- Add a few toppings, such as chopped nuts or coconut, if like, to each person’s individual tiny dish. Use parchment / waxed paper to line a sheet pan.
- To melt the chocolate, place it in a microwave for thirty seconds, stirring and removing it after each one. To prevent burning the chocolate, stir frequently!
- As you hold a strawberry by the stem, dip it into the melted chocolate, lift it, and give it a tiny twist before letting the extra chocolate drip back into the dish. The strawberry can now be dipped in coconut or nuts or left unadorned before being placed on the sheet of parchment paper. Continue by using the remaining strawberries.
- Use a fork to dunk in melted white chocolate, then drizzle it over the strawberries to create a strawberry with white chocolate drizzle.
- It will take around fifteen mins to chill the strawberries enough for the chocolate to solidify.
- Choose strawberries that are firm, ripe, and imperfect-free. They ought to smell pleasant and be a bright crimson color. The taste of the chocolate-covered strawberries will be much improved by the quality of the strawberries.
- Melt some fine chocolate and coat the strawberries with it. You can use white or dark milk chocolate, based on your preferences. Make sure the chocolate has a flavour profile you like and that it can melt.
- Melt the chocolate in a double boiler or in the microwave. To prevent burning or overheating, stir it constantly. Avoid adding any moisture to the chocolate because doing so could cause it to seize.
- Make sure the strawberries are totally dry before dipping them in chocolate.
Calories: 40 Kcal, Carbs: 4g, Protein: 1g, Fats: 2g
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: How to make chocolate covered strawberries?
- Dry off and wash fresh strawberries.
- Use a double boiler or a microwave to melt premium chocolate.
- Let the extra chocolate drip off before dipping each strawberry in the melted chocolate.
- Place on a wire rack or baking sheet covered with parchment paper.
- Add optional extras like sprinkles or chopped nuts.
- Allow the chocolate to cool and harden.
- Dispense and savor!
Q: What things can be covered in chocolate?
- Ice Cream balls
- Peanut brittle
- Homemade fudge
- Candied citrus peels
- Jelly beans
- Strawberry butter