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forget chocolate covered strawberries, try something new and even more delicious!
instead of showing up to a party with the overly-done chocolate covered strawberries, surprise your friends with these crowd pleasers. i took them to an all girl wine night and they were a HIT!

Posted by maura h. Published See maura h.'s 19 projects »
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  • Step 1

    first off, wash your strawberries and mint leaves. the finished product will be completely edible.

  • How to make a chocolate covered strawberry. Chocolate Filled Strawberries - Step 2
    Step 2

    use a melon baller or a small spoon to scoop out the insides of the strawberries. don't hallow too much or you'll have a hole in the berry which will cause the chocolate to leak out. put the hallowed strawberries in a muffin tin to keep them upright for easy pouring

  • How to make a chocolate covered strawberry. Chocolate Filled Strawberries - Step 3
    Step 3

    (here's the melon baller i have. the jagged edge end works so well with this project). i was going to try chocolate and white chocolate, but ended up only using the chocolate. play around, have fun.

    put the chocolate chips into a microwave safe bowl and melt in the microwave. start in small increments because each microwave varies. you do NOT want to burn your chips

  • How to make a chocolate covered strawberry. Chocolate Filled Strawberries - Step 4
    Step 4

    spoon the melted chocolate into a sandwich bag and snip a SMALL hole in one of the corners with scissors. squeeze the chocolate into each strawberry, filling it up

  • How to make a chocolate covered strawberry. Chocolate Filled Strawberries - Step 5
    Step 5

    stick your mint leaves into the chocolate and put in the freezer or refrigerator until the chocolate has set

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craftylilred
craftylilred · Plattsburgh, New York, US · 75 projects
nom nom nom nom... looks good Tongue
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maura h.
maura h. · 19 projects
haha! i bet they'd be good with green frosting on top, acting as the leaves too. mmmm frosting
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Lacey
Lacey · La Cañada Flintridge, California, US · 30 projects
great idea! only, minus the yucky mint! ;-p
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