Spring Chicks Chocolate Covered Strawberries {Easy Easter Treat}

These little Chocolate Covered Strawberry Spring Chicks are the perfect Easy Easter Treat for the table and for the kids. They are bright and cheerful spring snacks. Of course, they’re yummy too. Come on in, and I’ll show you how you can make these for the Easter table or just for fun this spring or summer:

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Spring Chicks Chocolate Covered Strawberries – An Easy Easter Treat to Make

I love colorful spring and Easter treats. These little spring chocolate strawberries are the cutest. Much like these pastel chocolate-covered strawberries, or Bunny Bait

Chocolate Covered Strawberry Spring Chicks are perfect for Spring fun foods. So adorable - KidFriendlyThingsToDo.com

Who doesn’t love to bite into a chocolate-covered strawberry? These little spring chicks are not only delicious strawberries; they are perfect for the easy Easter treats for the table this spring. The kids will love them.

Besides the Easter Chicks…

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Make-Ahead and Storage:

How long will Chocolate Covered Strawberries Last?

Chocolate-covered strawberries last for one day at room temperature. They will last up to 2 days in the fridge, however, white chocolate will tend to bloom with sugar and you might see little white specks on the chocolate. It will taste the same but will slightly change the look of the chocolate

Tips and tricks for making these Easy Easter Treats…

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  • rinse and dry the strawberries. Make sure they are completely dry from water or the water might mess up your melted chocolate causing it to thicken up too much
  • I have added decorations both while the chocolate is still warm and when it is cold and has completely hardened. I think that waiting until it has cooled off is my preferred method. The candy will stick a little bit faster and you won’t be left holding it until the chocolate hardens
  • decorate the strawberry while it is lying down. When it has completely dried, you can set it up on the leaves to stand
  • placing the strawberry chicks in the refrigerator will preserve them for a couple of days. The sugar bloom on white chocolate is a possibility (white specks). It won’t impact the flavor, just the look of the chocolate

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Are you ready to make these Easter Sweets for the kids? Let’s make sure that you have everything you’ll need…


  • yellow chocolate melts – 1 bag should make at least one dozen treats
  • strawberries – Rinse them and completely dry them with a paper towel
  • blue candies for the eyes – I’ve used both mini M&Ms and Pastel Sixlets. They are both great options
  • orange sprinkles for the beak

Other equipment needed:

  • wax paper
  • microwave proof glass bowl
  • silicone spatula for stirring

How do you make Easter Chocolate Covered Strawberries?

Grab the printable from the recipe card below.

Strawberry chicks easy Easter treat

Spring Chicks Chocolate Covered Strawberries

A fun Easter treat or spring snack
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Course: Snack
Cuisine: American
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 1 minute
Total Time: 6 minutes
Servings: 12
Calories: 175cal
Author: Melissa
Cost: $10


  • wax paper
  • microwave proof glass bowl
  • toothpick


  • 12 oz. yellow chocolate melts
  • 1 lb. strawberries rinsed and dried. not all strawberries will be suitable for dipping. You'll probably weed some out
  • 24 blue candies for the eyes – mini M&Ms or Sixlets are great options
  • orange sprinkles for the beak alternative in notes below


  • Melt your chocolate in the glass bowl – I like to pop it in the microwave for 1 minute, stir and then pop it back in for 30 more seconds
  • Dip the strawberries into the bowl, spin them around to coat, and then set them on wax paper to dry
    How to make and decorate Chocolate Covered Strawberries
  • Dip a toothpick into the melted chocolate to get some melted chocolate on the tip
  • While the strawberries are upside down, use your toothpick to grab some melted chocolate and dot some melted chocolate onto the spots where the eyes and beak will go
  • In no particular order…add the beak – 2 orange sprinkles in a V (the image below has a great visual for this)
  • Finally, add the eyes
  • Flip the strawberry around and TaDa – you have little strawberry chicks.


  • *if it is a particularly warm day, your chocolate might take a little longer to harden. You might have to hold the candies in place a few seconds longer until the chocolate has cooled and thickened
nutrition facts are only an estimate
Beak Alternative:
If you are finding it too difficult to work with the delicate orange sprinkle, try turning using an Orange M&M broken in half turned so it is vertical 


Calories: 175cal | Carbohydrates: 21g | Protein: 2g | Fat: 10g | Saturated Fat: 6g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 0.3g | Monounsaturated Fat: 3g | Trans Fat: 0.003g | Cholesterol: 6mg | Sodium: 27mg | Potassium: 139mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 20g | Vitamin A: 18IU | Vitamin C: 22mg | Calcium: 65mg | Iron: 0.2mg

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