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A cheap bag of chocolate chips will not taste as good or melt easily. High quality chocolate (or baking chocolate chips) tastes less processed, melts easier, and really helps give the strawberries a nice beautiful coat after dipping.
Yes, you can melt chocolate chips in the microwave as long as they are a high quality brand of baking chocolate chips. I like to use these Ghirardelli Baking Chips . To microwave them, set your microwave at half power and stir the chocolate every 30 seconds until smooth.
Store chocolate covered strawberries in a cool location. You may store them in the refrigerator, uncovered, up to one day, leaving them on the same baking sheet you placed them on after dipping. If serving them the same day you make them (which is preferred), store them, uncovered, on your counter away from sunlight or heat.
Chocolate covered strawberries are best enjoyed within 1 or 2 days maximum. The chocolate on the strawberries will cause them to sweat and release moisture, so they are really best enjoyed the same day they are made.
Very good. I added coconut oil to the chocolate while melting , then took the dish off the heat and added a few unmelted chocolate chips which tempered the melted chocolate by making it glossy when they melted in.
You can order chocolate covered strawberries on the Mrs. Fields website. To place an order, start by selecting the gift of your choice. Our collection includes several varieties of chocolate-dipped berries.
Finding the perfect present can be an incredibly daunting task, but our chocolate covered strawberries are ideal for every occasion imaginable. Whether you're looking for a Valentine's Day gift, an anniversary present, or a sweet surprise for memorable events, show loved ones just how special they are with a box of deliciously decadent, hand-dipped strawberries delivered straight to their door.
At Mrs. Fields, we take great pride in ensuring your chocolate strawberry delivery arrives where it needs to. However, it's not enough for us to simply send them your way and call it a day. Our associates carefully pack your berries in protective insulation and ship them overnight with ice, so you receive only the freshest treats. Rest assured that you won't receive melted chocolate upon arrival.
If you're wondering where to buy chocolate covered strawberries, look no further than Mrs. Fields. From strawberries wrapped in luxurious white chocolate to strawberries coated in a sweet shell of crunchy crushed nuts, there's something for every budget. Whether you're looking to spend $30 or $50, our selection of chocolate-dipped berries features a variety of sizes, ranging from gourmet personal gifts to big batches for the whole family.
You will be able to select the delivery date for your chocolate covered strawberries during checkout. Once you choose a chocolate-dipped strawberry assortment, we'll ask you a few important questions, such as the recipient's shipping address and when you would like the sweet gift delivered. After that, you can sit back and relax. We'll deliver your order on your chosen delivery date.
When you order with Mrs. Fields, you can get chocolate covered strawberries delivered right to your doorstep. All you have to do is place an order online and we'll package and ship chocolate covered berries to your chosen address while ensuring that they arrive fresh and in good condition.
Mrs. Fields offers a wide selection of treats for all occasions. Whether you're looking for a Valentine's Day gift or a get-well gift basket, you can find what you're looking for in our collection. In addition to chocolate-dipped strawberries, we carry treats such as:
Plump, juicy strawberries are dipped in your choice of milk, dark, or white chocolate. Great for a summer treat, anniversary, wedding favors, birthday, or any day!Please note: Please order 48 hours in advance.
The ingredients list is very simple and has milk chocolate, white chocolate and strawberries. They contain milk and soy and may contain peanuts but are gluten-free. The strawberries are healthy and have vitamin C as well as antioxidants but the chocolate is not healthy.
I am very pleased with the quick response and very delicious chocolate covered strawberries for my mother. She loved them. I was raised in Jacksonville, Florida, and will always do business with local shops.
The best part about making chocolate-covered strawberries is that you only need two simple ingredients. Yes, just two ingredients or more if you plan to fancy them up with white and dark chocolate as well as some additional toppings like sprinkles, nuts, or mini chocolate chips.
After you dip the strawberries in the dark chocolate and the chocolate is still wet, you can roll the strawberry in additional toppings or add another drizzle of melted white chocolate over the top of it. Here are a few fun toppings that work really well with these chocolate-covered strawberries.
Chocolate-covered strawberries always look and taste their best the day they are made. You can store leftovers in an airtight container lined with a paper towel that catches the extra moisture. Keep them in the refrigerator for up to 2 days.
Since these strawberries are made with just strawberries and chocolate, the chocolate quality is pretty important. Not to mention that you want a smooth melted chocolate that will dry firm enough and not be tough to dip into.
I like to use Ghirardelli dark chocolate melting wafers (which also come in white and milk chocolate) because they are pretty foolproof, but they also have dark chocolate baking chips that would work well.
Add the chocolate to a microwave-safe bowl and heat in 10-20 second intervals. Start with a little more time, then as the chocolate begins to melt, shorten the intervals so that you overheat the chocolate which can cause it to seize. After each interval, stir the chocolate well, using as much residual heat as you can to help melt the chocolate.
To drizzle the melted chocolate onto the strawberries, you can either add it to a ziplock bag and snip off a small piece of the corner, or you can add it to a piping bag fitted with a small round tip (I used Wilton tip 3) and drizzle it that way. I personally like the piping bag because I feel like I have a little more control.
Chocolate-covered strawberries somehow manage to be both a romantic and easy-to-make dessert. And yet, if you've ever bought chocolate-covered strawberries from a store, you know that such a purchase can be an underwhelming experience.
To make these chocolate-covered strawberries, you'll need 6 ounces of dark chocolate, and 6 ounces of white chocolate. If you're not a fan of dark chocolate, feel free to use milk chocolate. \"I think high quality cooking chocolate is best for these, preferably the highest you can find,\" Rye says. \"As the chocolate is one of only 2 ingredients, you want it to be really good!\" In addition to higher quality, baking chocolate tends to melt better, as it doesn't contain additives that might alter the texture of melted chocolate.
Break the dark chocolate into pieces, and place it in a glass bowl. You can melt the chocolate by either microwaving the chocolate in short bursts, or melting it on the stove. To melt the chocolate on the stovetop, place the glass bowl over a saucepan of simmering water. The bowl should be bigger than the pot, so that the bowl does not touch the bottom.
Cover 2 plates with parchment paper, dip half of the strawberries into the melted dark chocolate, and let them firm up on one of the plates. Dip the other half of the strawberries in the white chocolate, and let them firm up on the other plate.
Once the chocolate has set, about 15 minutes, your chocolate-covered strawberries are ready to serve! If you're not ready to eat them all, you can store leftovers in the refrigerator in an air-tight container. Just make sure to bring the strawberries to room temperature before eating them.
There are two things you need to pay close attention to when making chocolate covered strawberries. 1) correctly melt your chocolate. 2) make sure your strawberries are super mega ultra dry. So how does one go about melting chocolate the correct way There is several ways.
Cut it or break it up into small chunks. Place the chunks in a wide, shallow bowl and put it in the microwave. Heat the chocolate for about 30 seconds on medium high. Remove and stir with a rubber spatula. Place back in the microwave and heat for 15-second intervals, stirring in between with your rubber spatula, until the chocolate is completely melted and has a smooth.
Chocolate hates water and will curdle if you add water to it. When making chocolate covered strawberries it is super important that the strawberries are super mega ultra dry. Wash them, drain them and then take a paper towel to dry each strawberry individually. I recommend leaving the green parts on the strawberries for easier dipping into the chocolate. Make sure the green leaves are patted dry too, otherwise drops of water might run down the dry strawberries.
Product Care: Our confections are always made fresh and best when enjoyed in a timely manner. Storing chocolates in a cool and dry location, away from odors is recommended. Refrigeration is not suggested.
Many people in the United States and around the world like to share special gifts and cards with their loved ones every year on February 14, Valentine's Day. Originally a day to honor a Christian saint, it is no longer associated with any particular faith. It has become synonymous with expressions of love - and most of all, gifts of chocolate. These days, some might feel guilty about sharing such high-fat, high-calorie confections. But nutritionists say a little bit of chocolate can be very good for your health.
In the days leading up to Valentine's Day, Americans buy some $700 million worth of chocolate treats... luscious, creamy and loaded with fat. But recent studies show that dark chocolate can also be good for your heart. Researchers find that dark chocolate and aspirin have similar effects on the blood. They thin out the blood so it flows more easily, even through partially-blocked arteries, and that could reduce the possibility of a heart attack. But for chocolate lovers everywhere, the health benefits are even better than that.\"Research shows that we get flavinoids in dark chocolate,\" said nutritionist Tammy Roberts. Flavinoids are nutrients found in many different kinds of plants. They help protect plants against disease and insects. When we eat food with high levels of flavinoids, these nutrients trigger our immune systems to produce enzymes - proteins - that reduce the risk of some kinds of cancer, heart disease and some other diseases that come with age. In fact, 21 scientific studies involving more than 2,600 participants examined the effects of dark chocolate on the heart. The studies showed that eating dark chocolate lowered blood pressure and improved the ability of insulin to regulate blood sugar. Tammy Roberts says flavinoids are also found in something that tastes great when covered with dark chocolate, strawberries.\"The health benefits of chocolate-covered strawberries are that both chocolate and strawberries contain antioxidants, and antioxidants are important for immune function and preventing infection,\" Roberts added.Roberts says the best Valentine's Day gift combines fruit and chocolate.\"When you give your Valentine a basket full of fruit that has just a little bit of chocolate, then you're really showing them the very best kind of love, because you're giving them a lot of antioxidants and vitamin C with just enough chocolate to make it exciting,\" Roberts explained.Just remember to make it dark chocolate. 59ce067264