Introduction: Seriously Simple Halloween Chocolate Dipped Ghost Strawberries
I love Halloween.
Every year( except maybe during a pandemic), I subject my family to Halloween gatherings, costumes, and decorations to get us into the spirit of this most epic of celebrations!
I discovered an Instructable on making chocolate dipped berries which served as my inspiration for this recipe.
In case you find yourself in the need of a quick and easy last-minute treat or portable dessert guaranteed to please, these little spooky babies won't let you down.
Five easy steps are all you're going to need....honest.
Strawberries....you'll want really nice ones : Save On Foods
White Chocolate Melting Wafers : Bulk, Save On Foods
Edible eyes : Save On Foods
Tray...round one if you have it.
Parchment paper : Save On Foods
Small microwavable glass...a little bigger than the largest berry.
Step 1: Wash and Dry Your Berries.... Really Dry.
I gently blot with a paper towel or let them air dry.
Step 2: Microwave Your Wafers on High for 40 Seconds Until Most Are Melted, Then Stir Until Smooth.
You can add a few more seconds if needed to get a smooth melt.
Step 3: Grasp the Berries by Their Greens and Dip Them Into the Chocolate Gently Rotating to Cover Completely.
Step 4: Lower the Berries Onto the Parchment Tracing a Zig Zag Path to Create the Tail.
Don’t worry if this takes a couple of trial runs to look good. Fails will happen, I suggest you eat the evidence.
Step 5: Before the Chocolate Hardens Completely(about a Minute), Gently Place the Eyes Into the Chocolate.
Step 6: Bonus Step: Voila! Enjoy the Accolades!
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