5 Easy Ways To Diy Chocolate Covered Strawberries

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Gold Strawberries With Chocolate Scroll

Dip a dry soft bristle art brush in gold luster dust, and cover five of the white-dipped strawberries. Apply 3-4 coats of the dust to intensify the gold color. Heat three ounces of semisweet chips in the microwave until melted. Transfer to a piping bag and snip a very small hole on the end.  Starting at the cap portion of the berry, pipe melted chocolate in a looping crisscross motion, traveling toward the point of the strawberries. 

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Glittering Burgundy Strawberries

Apply an even coat of piping gel using an art brush to five of the pink-dipped berries.  Place a berry on a paper plate and sprinkle with burgundy glitter until entirely coated. Repeat the process with the other four berries.  Allow the berries to stand until dry, about 20 minutes. Transfer each one to a cupcake liner, and place in the fridge until ready to serve.

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Marbled Strawberries

Heat three ounces of semisweet chips in the microwave at 30-second intervals until melted and smooth. Pour the chocolate into the leftover white candy (reheat if needed), and stir briefly with a spoon until the chocolate marbles the white candy.  Dip the five plain (undipped) strawberries into the mixture, and turn them halfway as you remove them from the melted candy.  Let stand until set, about 15 minutes.

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Nonpareil-Dipped Strawberries

Use an art brush dipped in piping gel to evenly coat five pink berries three-fourths of the way up, leaving one-fourth of the pink coating near the cap exposed. Place the white nonpareils in a cup, and dip each berry into the sprinkles.  Lightly tap the berry on the edge of the cup to remove excess nonpareils. Let the berries stand on the parchment paper until set, about 15 minutes.

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Gold Glitter-Kissed Strawberries

Pour edible gold glitter into a small container. Lightly coat the tips of five white candy-dipped berries with piping gel or corn syrup.  Dip the coated ends of the berries into the glitter. Transfer them to parchment paper to dry, about 15 minutes.  Transfer each strawberry to a cupcake liner, and place until ready to serve.