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πŸ“πŸ«πŸ“ Tips For Making Perfect Chocolate Covered Strawberries πŸ“πŸ«πŸ“

posted in Food & Drink > Recipes
02/15/2014
  • SUPPLIES:
- 1 pint Strawberries (rinsed and dried)
- Vanilla Candy Coating
- Chocolate Candy Coating
- Parchment Paper
- Plastic Baggie and Scissors
    SUPPLIES:
    - 1 pint Strawberries (rinsed and dried)
    - Vanilla Candy Coating
    - Chocolate Candy Coating
    - Parchment Paper
    - Plastic Baggie and Scissors
  • 1.Begin by rinsing your strawberries.Place them on a paper towel to dry.I usually do this the morning of when I will be making them.
2.Line a baking sheet or pan with parchment paper. Place Strawberries right next to your pan.Also, place a hot pad next to the pan for when the chocolate is melted
    1.Begin by rinsing your strawberries.Place them on a paper towel to dry.I usually do this the morning of when I will be making them.
    2.Line a baking sheet or pan with parchment paper. Place Strawberries right next to your pan.Also, place a hot pad next to the pan for when the chocolate is melted
  • 3.Melt your Candy Coating.This can be the tricky part,but the trick is to do only 6 cubes at a time on LOW heat,stirringCONSTANTLY with a rubber spatula.It may take at least5 minutes and your hand gets tired,but your candy will melt perfectly.When candy coating is completely smooth,remove from  Heat
    3.Melt your Candy Coating.This can be the tricky part,but the trick is to do only 6 cubes at a time on LOW heat,stirringCONSTANTLY with a rubber spatula.It may take at least5 minutes and your hand gets tired,but your candy will melt perfectly.When candy coating is completely smooth,remove from Heat
  • 4.Hold your pot of chocolate at an angle.Grab strawberries by the stem and dip both sides in the chocolate and place on your parchment paper.NOTE:6 cubes of candy coating will cover between 15-20 small/reg size strawberries.It will also cover 10-12 larger strawberries.

  • 5.Take a sandwich bag and cut the tip of it for the chocolate drizzle part.Set aside.Melt chocolate candy coating (you only need 1 – 2 cubes)in a pan on LOW stirring CONSTANTLY with a rubber spatula.When done pour the chocolate into the un-cut side of the baggie.
    5.Take a sandwich bag and cut the tip of it for the chocolate drizzle part.Set aside.Melt chocolate candy coating (you only need 1 – 2 cubes)in a pan on LOW stirring CONSTANTLY with a rubber spatula.When done pour the chocolate into the un-cut side of the baggie.
  • Using a dish towel,squeeze the chocolate to the other side (it will be hot if you just use your hands) and gently drizzle the chocolate from side to side over the strawberries on the parchment paper. Let set.
    Using a dish towel,squeeze the chocolate to the other side (it will be hot if you just use your hands) and gently drizzle the chocolate from side to side over the strawberries on the parchment paper. Let set.
  • Delicious Chocolate Covered Strawberries that cost about $5 in supplies for about 15 of them. I’d say that’s a ton cheaper than at the store!  
And if you like Chocolate better, do the reverse and dip the strawberries in chocolate and drizzle with the white chocolate.
    Delicious Chocolate Covered Strawberries that cost about $5 in supplies for about 15 of them. I’d say that’s a ton cheaper than at the store!
    And if you like Chocolate better, do the reverse and dip the strawberries in chocolate and drizzle with the white chocolate.
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