Elegant and easy to make - this is a great recipe for parties or a romantic evening. White chocolate may be drizzled over the milk chocolate for a posh look.
Turn the strawberries upside-down and insert by the skewers into a piece of styrofoam for easy cooling, or simply place them on a sheet of greaseproof paper.
- 13 Jan 2012
Chocolate can be a mystery, so Here is a tip to keep your chocolate from becoming too thick. When you are melting over a double boiler, don't let the water touch the bottom of your upper pan. Heat until only 1/2 of the chocolate is melted, then remove from heat and stir gently until it is all melted. The chocolate should actually be cool or tepid to the touch. If it's hot, chances are it will sieze up and thicken. If it does that, no amount of heating or stiring will fix it. - 14 Feb 2007 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
Sooooo Good! I am giving one dozen of these to my Mother and Father in law for their 9th anniversary. I am on a fixed budget and it only cost me $4.50 to make these - No Kidding! $2.50 for Strawberries (18), and the chocolate (milk & white) was on sale for $1.00 a bag each! They look gorgeous and taste even better. I also used a small crock pot instead of a double boiler which worked out well. I dipped the strawberries in milk chocolate, let them cool in the fridge for approx. 15 minutes and then took a toothpick, dipped it in white chocolate and strung it over the milk chocolate. AWESOME!!! Check out the photo! - 20 Sep 2005 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)