This post about Chocolate Covered Strawberries is sponsored from Driscoll’s. All the opinions expressed are 100% our own. Nothing shouts Valentines Day Dessert more than a Chocolate Covered Strawberry. However, we decided to make our strawberries with a twist and all the amazing chocolate flavor.
Everything tastes better on a stick, why not a chocolate covered strawberry? Create a fun centerpiece or a large display for a Classroom Valentines Day Party. I recommend using smaller sized strawberries for these.
Cut off the stems and insert a lollipop stick into the flat end of the strawberry.
Dip it into your melted chocolate. Try a variety of dark, milk and white chocolate if you are making a large display to give your guests choices. Cover the entire strawberry and tap your arm allowing any excess to fall back into your cup.
Place your strawberry lollipop into some styrofoam and allow this layer to harden completely.
You can then dip the strawberry into another color chocolate or just fill a sandwich size ziploc bag with chocolate and decorate as you desire.
What a festive way to say I love you this Valentines Day.
Show your Disneyside this Valentines Day with Mickey and Minnie Chocolate Covered Strawberries.
I used larger strawberries for these. Dip them entirely with chocolate and allow to harden completely.
Melt red chocolate discs and allow to cool slightly before dipping half of the strawberry in the red.
Immediately add white ball sprinkles for Minnie and Mickey
Don’t forget Minnie’s Bow. I used 2 heart candies and used a small red chocolate dot to connect them together. Allow them to cool and them add them to the chocolate covered strawberries.
Once the chocolate Covered strawberries are solid, place them on a platter and serve them to your Valentine.