Decadent chocolate covered strawberries are always a favorite treat on Valentine’s Day! What better way to say “I Love You” than chocolate, strawberries, and a homemade treat from the heart? Your loved ones will be touched by your creativity, and you can bask in the glory of making something so delicious. Click through this round-up of 14 mouth watering chocolate covered strawberry ideas to find tips and tricks on melting chocolate, and new twists on this old favorite.
These Easy Chocolate Covered Strawberries are made extra delicious with toppings like toasted coconut and sprinkles! If you are worried about melting chocolate in the microwave, this post has fool-proof tips. (via Culinary Hill)
Not only a perfect treat to surprise your sweetie with on Valentine’s Day, but also great for bridal showers and weddings. These Chocolate Covered Champagne Strawberries have the extra depth a special occasion deserves! (via Frosting and a Smile)
When whoopie pies and chocolate covered strawberries got together, it was a match made in temptingly delicious treat heaven! Chocolate Covered Strawberry Whoopie Pies look beautiful and taste even better! (via Carmel Moments)
Getting creative with decorating can be as easy as using a toothpick to get this scalloped look on your chocolate covered strawberries. Your loved ones will think it took you all day. Don’t worry, it’s our little secret! (via Confessions of a Foodie Bride)
Imagine yourself sipping on this rich and creamy Chocolate Covered Strawberry Milkshake, topped with *gulp* hot fudge. Now imagine yourself sharing this scrumptious treat with your sweetheart…. wait, go back to enjoying it by yourself, quietly, uninterrupted! On an unrelated note, if Valentine’s Day is actually “Single Awareness Day” in your life, this post is for you! (via Yammie’s Noshery)
These handsome little chocolate tuxedo strawberries are easier to put together than they look, but have an oh-so impressive presentation! Give them as gifts to all of your sweethearts! (via Tide and Thyme)
Chocolate Cupcakes with Strawberry Cream Cheese Frosting would be amazing enough on their own, but add a Chocolate Covered Strawberry on top and the decadence is off-the-charts! This is a brilliant combination of cupcakes and chocolate covered strawberries! (via The Cake Blog)
A cute and unique way to present chocolate covered strawberries is making them in an ice cube tray. This works great for anyone who isn’t sure about melting the chocolate and getting that perfect coating on the strawberries. Just fill an ice cube tray with chocolate, and dunk! (via Cheap Recipe Blog)
These treats are absolutely sinful, and torturous! Perhaps that’s the reason they are called “Tortured Strawberries“, or perhaps not. The other name for this treat, Chocolate Covered Strawberries in Bruleed Marshmallow Crème, better describes the heavenly sin that is about to enter your mouth! (via Perry’s Plate)
I know what you’re thinking because at first glance these plaid chocolate strawberries are simply gorgeous!! But wait, because you’re about to find out that they are actually stuffed with a cookies and cream filling! Oh ya, you read that right. (via 1 Fine Cookie)
A Roasted Strawberry Bundt Cake topped with White Chocolate Ganache and…. you guessed it, Chocolate Covered Strawberries is the perfect dessert for your family on Valentine’s Day! It covers all the bases of Valentine “yum”! (via Confessions of a Bright-Eyed Baker)
Citrus and strawberries go together like you and your sweetheart on Valentine’s Day! Citrus Chocolate Covered Strawberries are coated with white chocolate and sprinkled with a delicious citrus sugar that are melt-in-your-mouth good! (via Grin and Bake It)
These Chocolate Covered Love Struck Strawberry Hearts would not only be a cute treat for your sweet Valentine, but they would also make an adorable classroom treat for the kiddos. Little ones would love to get their hands on little strawberry hearts made just for them! (via Cooking Classy)
Hope you found some inspiration to treat your loved ones with this Valentine’s Day! What other chocolate covered treats do you enjoy making?