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9 Recipes for Halloween Chocolate-Covered Strawberries

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These 9 recipes for Halloween Chocolate Covered Strawberries are spooky, cute, and easy to make. Perfect for a simple themed dessert or add to a Halloween Charcuterie Board.

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Halloween-themed strawberries are a fun dessert to make and the kids will love them. Because they’re so simple to make, the kids can even help in dipping the strawberries and decorating them.

Whip up a few batches of these Halloween edible treats for your parties, or for your child to take to school, or just to serve to snack on.

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Why You’ll Love These Halloween Chocolate-Covered Strawberries

  • They’re fun and so easy to make.
  • You can get as creative as you want.
  • They taste delicious!

Halloween Chocolate Covered Strawberries Tips

Be sure to wash and dry your strawberries. Make sure they are completely dry and at room temperature before you dip them as wet strawberries will not hold the chocolate as well and may cause the chocolate to get grainy.

Use toothpicks to hold the strawberries so you can easily dip them.

Always melt your chocolate according to the package directions for best results.

Chocolate-covered strawberries are best served the day that you make them. But they will last about 12 hours at room temperature or 1-2 days in the refrigerator.

You must work quickly when using candy melts, as it can set quickly.

9 Recipes for Halloween Chocolate-Covered Strawberries

Easy Strawberry Mummies for Halloween
Chocolate covered strawberries are such a great party food for any occasion but for Halloween, mummy wrapped strawberries are perfect for the spooky season.
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Easy Strawberry Mummies for Halloween
Halloween Chocolate Covered Spider Strawberries
Strawberry spiders are delicious chocolate-coated treats that are a cute addition to your Halloween treat trays.
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Easy Halloween Chocolate Covered Strawberries — Marley’s Menu
Strawberry chocolate covered skeletons are yet another fun way to add a spooky theme to your Halloween snack or charcuterie boards.
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Easy Halloween Chocolate Covered Strawberries — Marley’s Menu
Halloween Dessert – Strawberry and Chocolate Fudge mice
How cute are these Halloween strawberry and fudge mice? They are delicious, easy to make, and make Halloween finger food.
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Halloween White Chocolate Strawberry Ghosts
Halloween White Chocolate Strawberry Ghosts give the spooky and boo-ti-ful vibe. Not to mention, they are easy to make.
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Halloween White Chocolate Strawberry Ghosts
Halloween Chocolate Covered Strawberries
This Halloween chocolate covered strawberries recipe makes the best Halloween treats that are so fun! Halloween strawberries are so easy!
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Halloween Chocolate Covered Strawberries
Halloween Chocolate Covered Strawberries
More spooky strawberries to make for Halloween. Get creative with your decorating.
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Halloween Chocolate Covered Strawberries
Halloween Chocolate Covered Strawberries
Use Halloween themed colors, sprinkles and more to make your chocolate covered strawberries stand out!
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2 Ingredient White Chocolate Strawberry Pumpkins
Two Ingredient White Chocolate Strawberry Pumpkins are super cute and perfect for your Halloween or Fall dessert or snack needs.
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2 Ingredient White Chocolate Strawberry Pumpkins

No matter how you decorate the strawberries to celebrate Halloween, they will be perfect. Spooky, cute, or scary chocolate covered strawberries will be a hit for everyone!

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