Brighten the kitchen table with these beautiful and easy-to-make Colorful Chocolate Covered Strawberries. These are dipped in spring colors and decorated with fun spring-colored stripes. They say Hello Spring!
Don’t they just make you smile?
They’re not too fancy, which I love. I made the stripes a little more whimsical to give them a fun flare.
Make sure you take a look at some of our other chocolate-covered strawberries. I think you’ll really love these fancy looking chocolate covered strawberries, or these easy-to-make rainbow chocolate-covered strawberries, rainbow chocolate-covered strawberries
I almost named them Graffiti Chocolate Covered Strawberries. That’s what they kind of remind me of.
They are so much fun. I love the bright colors. You could almost leave them plain like the photo on top. I like that too.
But, the fun stripes give them that added touch of love.
Of course, you could always stick to one contrasting color. I love this look, as well.
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Beautiful and Easy Chocolate Covered Strawberries | Kid Friendly Things To Do
Make these beautiful and easy to make chocolate covered strawberries to welcome spring.
- Prep Time: 5 min.
- Cook Time: 20 min.
- Total Time: 25 minutes
- Yield: about 3 dozen 1x
- Wilton Chocolate Melts (4 spring colors) – I chose bright blue, yellow, pink and lavender
- Fresh strawberries – About 3 cartons
- 4 glass microwave safe bowls
- silicon spatulas
- wax paper
- forks – 4
- Pick about 3 dozen of the best strawberries from the cartons
- Rinse and dry the strawberries – divide them into 4 groups of 9
- Melt your first color of chocolate in one of your microwave safe bowls
- *Place the melts in the microwave for 1 minute and stir while it’s still warm until smooth
- Dip one group of your strawberries into the first color – tilting it all different ways until all of the strawberry surface (except for the very top) is covered in chocolate
- Lift up and hang over the bowl allowing excess chocolate to drip
- Transfer to a sheet of wax paper to dry
- Melt the second color of chocolate and do the same with the next group of strawberries
- Continue until all 4 colors are melted and all 4 groups of strawberries are dipped
- You can start with the last chocolate you used because the chocolate is probably still smooth
- *If it’s not – just pop the chocolate into the microwave for about 15-30 seconds and stir again until smooth
- Dip a fork into the melted bowl of chocolate and going in a back and forth motion over the strawberries with a contrasting color – let the chocolate drizzle over the coated strawberries
- *Keep dipping into chocolate to get more and swinging the fork back and forth over the strawberries
- Continue to reheat the other colors of chocolates and using forks to spread that color over the strawberries
- *So –
- the purple strawberry should have, yellow, blue and pink stripes
- blue will have purple, yellow and pink
- pink will have purple, yellow and blue
- yellow will have purple, blue and pink
- That’s it!
You don’t have to make 3 dozen. If you want less, then just pour out less chocolate into your bowls. You can use leftover chocolate for some other project.
Happy Spring and Summer – Finally!