Chocolate covered strawberries are so fun to serve for kids, and adults love them, too!
Strawberries White chocolate Oil-based food coloring Sprinkles
You can make chocolate covered strawberries using simple ingredients and just a few easy steps!
For carrot strawberries: Melt white chocolate in 30 second intervals in the microwave. Stir until smooth, then add orange food coloring and stir.
Dip strawberries with the leaves still intact, up the body of the berry without covering the leaves.
Place dipped strawberries on wax paper and allow to set.
Pour remaining orange chocolate in a piping bag or zip-lock bag. Cut a small tip off the edge of the bag.
Drizzle over the berries to create decorative lines.
For bunny strawberries: Melt white chocolate without food coloring. Dip berries in the chocolate to cover them completely and allow to set.
Pipe a small mound of chocolate near the top of the berry and shake on sprinkles.
To make them look like bunny tails, make the piped chocolate slightly teardrop-shaped.
For egg strawberries: Trim the leaves off. Melt white chocolate and dip berries, then allow them to set.
Stir in desired food coloring color and pour into a bag. Cut a tip off the edge of the bag. Drizzle over top the berries and add sprinkles.
You can store your chocolate dipped strawberries in the fridge for up to two days. Enjoy!