Carrot Chocolate Strawberries

Chocolate Covered Strawberry Carrots | @candiquik

I was scrolling through my Google + feed the other day and realized I completely *almost* forgot to share these with you!

I made them over a year ago after seeing them online and not getting around to making them until after Easter. So I made them, took photos and told myself I’ll remember to post them in the Spring when it’s close to Easter. Yeah umm, I almost forgot to share. But luckily it’s not too late!

You may have seen these popping up all over the web here and here – because they are TOO cute and simple not to make!

Here’s a step-by-step tutorial:

Carrot Chocolate Strawberries - @candiquik

Wash strawberries and make sure they are completely dry

Carrot Chocolate Strawberries - @candiquik

To color the Vanilla CandiQuik coating I used two packets of the Duncan Hines Frosting ¬†Creations (orange creme flavor)…they work perfect!

Carrot Chocolate Strawberries - @candiquik

Dip strawberries in the colored coating and place on wax paper to dry.

Once they are dry, using your spoon or a piping bag, drizzle a little extra coating across the strawberries.

How easy was that!?

*yields approximately 30-40 strawberries*

Carrot Chocolate Strawberries - @candiquik

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    • says

      Thanks, Elizabeth! It’s frustrating how difficult oil or powdered colorings can be to find. Many smaller towns don’t have a craft store that carries them so some people are forced to buy them online. At least this is a good alternative. And yes – it gives the coating a light flavor as well!

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