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Friday, March 11, 2016

Easter Carrot Chocolate Covered Strawberries

Easter is just around the corner and I am so ready to surprise my family with a delicious, creative and slightly healthy Easter themed treat.  This time of the year there are a ton of treats and candy so I decided to spend a little time planning a treat that also includes strawberries.  Yummy!

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Easter Carrot Chocolate Covered Strawberries


This perfect Easter treat is super easy to make and can feed a large crowd too! Plus, as a mom, I am loving the fact that my kids and family members will be having a sweet treat but also getting some fruit on a day full of treats!  

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Ingredients:

Strawberries
Bag of candy melts - orange

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Directions:

1.  Rinse strawberries and let dry completely. 

2.  Melt candy melts in bowl. 

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3.  Dip each strawberry into the candy melts, making sure to cover the entire strawberry but leave the stem free of candy.  

4.  Place on wax paper once dipped.  Dip all strawberries and let dry on wax paper. 

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5. Carefully take spoonfuls of melted candy and drizzle each candy covered strawberry with a little extra melted candy. 

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6.  Sprinkle orange sugar on all strawberries. 

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7.  Let set in the refrigerator for at least 30 minutes prior to serving!  Enjoy!!!!

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Easy right?  And they are delicious, who doesn't love chocolate and strawberries?  So good!!  I cannot wait to decorate our dessert and treat table with these adorable Easter Carrot Chocolate Covered Strawberries!!  


   


What fun treat do you make for Easter?

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13 comments:

  1. That a cute idea! How clever! I know those would be a huge hit at our Easter dinner!

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  2. Oh, these are brilliant! What a great idea. I love how you've themed it for Easter. We don't get candy melts easily here in the UK but thanks to your post I can see they are available on Amazon.

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  3. from the first glance, i actually thought that there were pumpkins! they are too beautiful , i doubt that i could eat them. thanks for the recipe, and Keep up the good work, you are very talented!
    ps: I've joined your site. hope to read more from you!

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  4. I love how simple these are to make, and how cute they look! And bonus points for turning fruit into a dessert the kids will eat. These will make a great dessert on Easter - thank you for the idea!

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  5. This looks so great for a springtime table. I love the flavor of the strawberries and the look of the 'carrots'. I think with a few bunnies on the table, too, it would be a definite hit and an unexpected surprise for the kids!

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  6. Adorable. So cute. Making this for work potluck and Easter celebration. And the best part is they are so easy to make.love it

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  7. Adorable. So cute. Making this for work potluck and Easter celebration. And the best part is they are so easy to make.love it

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  8. That's just lovely! I'm sure the kiddos would have a blast with these. And who can argue with a project that helps them get their daily fruit? Great idea!

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  9. Wow, I really love this idea! Strawberries disguised as carrots not only look great, but are sure to trick young ones into eating some fruit. I've never seen orange coloured chocolate before, but I'm sure it would be easy to create with some food dye. Thanks for sharing :)

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  10. These are actually so genius! I'm always on the lookout for easy themed desserts for holidays and celebrations. Can't wait for Easter to come so that I can make these!

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  11. Oh My Goodness! What a CUTE idea! Just when I think I have seen everything the interwebz has to offer I find something cool like this! Thanks for the great idea!

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  12. Omg so cute and who doesn't like chocolate covered... anything! Haha! And you feel extra good eating these because they look like carrots! Hahaha.

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  13. This is so fun!! I can't believe I've never seen this before. Strawberries are the perfect shape to make these cute carrots...

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