Step 5: Voila...meet the chocolate stuffed strawberry!

After you've stuffed the strawberry with chocolate, rotate the cap back on and let some of the chocolate ooze over the sides.

You can eat them right away while the chocolate is warm or store them in the refrigerator.

Nutella is good, but don't cheat yourself. So many recipes out there.
Genius!<br /> <br /> And some strawberries, the really big ones, have their own natural cavity in them.<br />
One of my favorite movies! You know, even if no one else does...
Sounds great and as soon as the rain stops, I'm going to get some strawberrys at the market... But one thing I will try is to take the scooped out berry, mash it really well and mix it with the chocolate before stuffing... I think it should work out well... Thanks for the idea...sean.
With strawberries THAT big, I think I'd rather use a melon ball scoop to remove the middle of the strawberries, instead of a knife that has the potential to slice off fingers.GRIN It also seems to me that you'd need to have a way to stand them up in order for the chocolate filling to set up and not run out of the berry, maybe an empty egg carton for that size strawberry. I like the suggestion of serving them in a chocolate bowl. I've served raspberry mousse in shaped chocolate clam shells that were the hit of the party!
I would avoid using egg cartons since salmonella goes from the egg shell to the carton :)
I think i am going to experiment based off of the syringe comment + the natural cavity one. Maybe i can get giant strawberries and a turkey baster and inject chocolate?
You should call these strawberry-covered chocolate.&nbsp; ;)<br />
I'm thinking about&nbsp;filling the middles with sweetened cream cheese (get it good and soft and use a plastic sandwich bag with the corner snipped off to squeeze the filling into the strawberry).&nbsp;&nbsp; Then drizzle the outside with chocolate--- HEAVEN!&nbsp;
Does one keepd the 'door' for eating?&nbsp;It does thave the leaves on it there...&lt;,&lt;<br />
you you could dip just the tip in white choc for extra effect, or fill center with caramel then dip in choc to seal.<br />
&nbsp;imagen how happy you would be if you thought you were just getting a chocolate dipped strawberry (MY&nbsp;FAVORITE&nbsp;FOOD) but it was also filled with chocolate. ahhh
That is awesome!<br />
Now <em>those</em> look good.<br /> Nice twist on the original!<br />
&nbsp;Oh, SWEET!!!
i think the only thing that could make this recipe better would be, instead of Crisco and melted chocolate chips... Nutella.&nbsp; Now that'll make your eyes roll back in your head...<br />
Yes, YES!!!<br />
NOMNOMNOM&lt;3<br />
&nbsp;these look really good, and they're so easy to do. &nbsp;I think I need to go run to the grocery store now! &nbsp;^_^
&nbsp;huh. i always thought of a cooler way to do this that involved marshmallows and a syringe...
&nbsp;oh and milk can also do the job of crisco.. just not as well..<br /> <br />
Hmmm, perhaps... fudge filled strawberries? Or Chocolate dipped chocolate filled strawberries. Or even more odd, chocolate-dipped chocolate dipped strawberry gummi filled strawberries.
Yum! om nom nom nom...
why would you put shortening with the chocolate?
I would guess to keep the chocolate in a gooey/melted state, though it might be just for microwaving or some other reason.
I love it! it looks like something you would see in classy restaurants
Thats a really good idea. I also suggest that you make the "chocolate bowl" and if your family likes it, put the chocolate stuffed strawberries in there as filling. I also want to say, if you want to surprise someone, try to hide the chcolate in the strawberry and let them find the oozing goodness. Happy cooking!
Cool. I like chocolate way better than strawberry cores.

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