Strawberries dipped in chocolate coating

Chocolate Dipped Strawberries

  • Author: Liz
  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Total Time: 5 minutes


Easy to make decadent treat that everyone will love.


Strawberries, cleaned,washed and dry

Almond Bark, chocolate and white chocolate

Candy Melts

Crushed cookies – Oreos or whatever you like

Sprinkles – Chocolate Jimmies, Mini Heart Sprinkles


Microwave safe bowls for melting chocolate

Prep bowls for sprinkles and cookies

Resealable bags and rolling pin to crush cookies

Plastic squeeze bottle for drizzling chocolate

Baking sheet lined with parchment paper or silicone mat


Line a baking sheet with parchment paper or a silicone mat.

Lay out all the toppings. Chop cookies or nuts, add sprinkles to a small prep bowls. Set out paper plates to work over top of when adding sprinkles

Place cookies in resealable bags, seal and crush with rolling pin

Prepare strawberries, making sure the stems and berries are clean and free of any spots

Place cookies and sprinkles {or other toppings} in separate bowls

Add chocolate to microwave safe bowl. The amount will depend on how many strawberries you are coating. Typically 3-4 chunks of Almond Bark is a good place to start. You don’t want a lot because it can get hard quickly. However, you want enough so that the strawberries can easily be dipped and coated.

Microwave Almond Bark starting with 1 minute. Then stir. Heat for 30 second intervals, stirring after each time. You want small pieces of unmelted chocolate in the bowl, then stir the chocolate until it’s completely melted. The reason for this is to prevent the chocolate from burning.

Dip strawberries in melted chocolate and immediately add sprinkles or toppings.

Immediately roll in toppings or add sprinkles and place on lined baking sheet to set

For multiple colors, coat strawberry with one type of chocolate and let set about 5 minutes, then add other color/type of chocolate

For drizzling the chocolate, melt in microwave then use either a spoon, fork or plastic squeeze bottle to drizzle melted chocolate.

After the strawberries are all done, set them aside to harden. This should take only 5-10 minutes, at the most.


  • To harden the chocolate covered strawberries, you can leave them on the counter or place in the refrigerator for a short time – up to 15 minutes
  • Do not store the chocolate strawberries in the refrigerator, the chocolate may get spots and look chalky
  • Use the chocolate strawberries on the same day you make them. The strawberries can begin to weep and become sticky.

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