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Easter Dipped Strawberries

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These Easter Dipped Strawberries are the perfect way to celebrate Easter! Get creative this Easter by making Easter chocolate-covered strawberries that look like carrots, bunny bottoms, and decorated eggs. 

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If you want to add the cute factor to the dessert table this Easter then looks no further than these adorable Easter Dipped Strawberries. It is a fun activity to do with the kids the day before to get in the mood for Easter! Pair these with our no-bake bird’s nest cookies for even more delicious treats. 

Chocolate-dipped strawberries are always the perfect treat for any holiday. 

How to Make the Chocolate Dip for Easter Dipped Strawberries?

When making any chocolate-covered strawberries you will want to first melt the chocolate and make it smooth and creamy. Once it is the right consistency you will dip the strawberries and place them on wax paper to dry. Once the base layer of chocolate is dry you can begin decorating the strawberries how you would like. 

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Ingredients:

Strawberries 

White chocolate 

Oil-based food coloring 

Sprinkles 

How to Make Easter Dipped Strawberries

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Carrot: 

Melt white chocolate in the microwave at 30-second intervals and stir until smooth 

Stir in orange oil-based food coloring until desired shade is reached 

Dip strawberries (leaves left on) in and cover all the way to the leaves 

Place on a wax paper-lined plate and allow to set 

Pour remaining orange chocolate in piping or food storage bags and cut a small tip-off 

Drizzle over berries 

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Bunny Bottoms:

Trim the leaves off the berries 

Melt white chocolate and dip berries in to cover completely 

Place on a wax paper-lined plate and allow to set 

Pipe a small mound of chocolate near the top of the berry and shake on sprinkles 

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Decorated Egg:

Trim leaves off the berries 

Melt white chocolate and dip berries in to cover completely 

Place on a wax paper-lined plate and allow to set 

Stir in the desired color of food coloring and pour into piping or food storage bag and cut a small tip-off 

Drizzle over berries and immediately add sprinkles 

Allow to set, serve, and enjoy! 

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Tips Tricks and FAQs

  • Be sure to rinse all the strawberries prior to dipping them. Let them dry on a paper towel. 
  • Use a high quality chocolate or melting chocolate when making these. 

Storage

Be sure to store your chocolate-covered strawberries in the fridge in Tupperware. If you want to prevent these from leaking you will want to be sure to put a layer of paper towels at the bottom then some baking soda and cover with another layer of paper towels. This will absorb the moisture and prevent your strawberries from leaking because of the condensation. 

These will keep up to 3 days. 

How far in advance can you make Easter Dipped Strawberries?

These are best enjoyed fresh, but you can make them up to 24 hours in advance. If you opt to do this, you will want to keep them in the fridge to keep them as fresh as possibl

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Easter Dipped Strawberries

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These Easter Dipped Strawberries are the perfect way to celebrate Easter! Get creative this Easter by making Easter chocolate-covered strawberries that look like carrots, bunny bottoms, and decorated eggs. 

Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Additional Time 20 minutes
Total Time 40 minutes

Ingredients

  • Strawberries
  • White chocolate
  • Oil based food coloring
  • Sprinkles

Instructions

  1. Carrot: 
  2. Melt white chocolate in microwave at 30 second intervals and stir until smooth 
  3. Stir in orange oil based food coloring until desired shade is reached 
  4. Dip strawberries (leaves left on) in and cover all the way to the to the leaves 
  5. Place on wax paper lined plate and allow to set 
  6. Pour remaining orange chocolate in piping or food storage bags and cut a small tip off 
  7. Drizzle over berries 
  8. Bunny Bottoms:
  9. Trim the leaves off the berries 
  10. Melt white chocolate and dip berries in to cover completely 
  11. Place on wax paper lined plate and allow to set 
  12. Pipe a small mound of chocolate near the top of the berry and shake on sprinkles 
  13. Decorated Egg:
  14. Trim leaves off the berries 
  15. Melt white chocolate and dip berries in to cover completely 
  16. Place on a wax paper lined plate and allow to set 
  17. Stir in desired color of food coloring and pour into piping or food storage bag and cut a small tip off 
  18. Drizzle over berries and immediately add sprinkles 
  19. Allow to set, serve, and enjoy! 

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