These Halloween Chocolate Covered Strawberries are so fun to make. Get the whole family involved to make these spooky strawberries for a fun Halloween tradition.

Halloween Chocolate Covered Strawberries on a black platter
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From ghost strawberries to jack-o-lantern strawberries, we love these Halloween themed chocolate covered strawberries. Out of all of our Halloween desserts, these are my favorite.

Although I do love these Pumpkin Rice Krispie Treats and Witch Hat Cookies! Another family favorite is this Halloween Puppy Chow Recipe, Halloween Bark and Halloween Spider Cookies .

Also check out Halloween Chocolate Covered Oreos.

Why We Love This Recipe

With only a few simple ingredients, it’s so easy to make these fun and festive strawberries. They will be the star of your Halloween party.

Plus, they are so easy to make and taste amazing.

Ingredients

Strawberries, orange, white, purple, green candy wafers, black gel icing and chocolate chips
  • Strawberries. The berries need to be washed and dried.
  • Candy Wafers. I used orange, white, purple and green candy wafers.
  • Black gel icing tube. This makes it easy to make the faces.
  • Mini milk chocolate chips. The miniature size is perfect to use on strawberries.

Find the complete ingredients for this recipe at the bottom of the page.

Step By Step Instructions

  • Step 1 – Prepare Strawberries – Rinse strawberries and pat dry making sure there is no moisture.
Melted candy wafers in a bowl.

Step 2. Melt each of the wafer colors using separate microwave safe bowls.

Baking sheet lined with parchment paper.

Step 3. Next, line a baking sheet with parchment paper.

Strawberry dipped in melted wafers.

Step 4. Dip each strawberry in the melted white wafers. Once coated, place on parchment paper and allow to set. 

Strawberries on baking sheet decorated with faces.

Step 5. Once the chocolate sets, use a piping bag with the same white melted wafers. Then drizzle back and forth across the berry. Allow to dry. Then use the black gel tube and make three dots for the eyes and mouth.

Strawberry dipped in green melted candy wafers.

Step 6. Next, make the Frankenstein’s by dipping a berry in melted green wafers. Place strawberry on parchment paper. Then quickly add one mini milk chocolate chip to either side of the berry for the bolts. Once the chocolate has set, add eyes, mouth, and forehead scar with the black gel icing tube.

Strawberries dipped in orange coating.

Step 7. Finally make the pumpkins. Dip each berry in melted orange wafers. Then place on parchment paper and allow to set. Next, fill a piping bag with orange melted wafers. Then apply straight lines horizontally. Allow to dry, then with using the black gel tube, add two triangle-shaped eyes and a mouth.

FAQs

How to Choose the Best Strawberries?

When selecting the right strawberries, I try to buy the ones that are bright red and without bruising. This makes the strawberries flavorful and not mushy.

I like to find larger size strawberries, so they are easier to dip into the melted chocolate.

Can I Use Frozen Strawberries?

This recipe is best to use fresh strawberries. If you try to use frozen strawberries, they will turn into a mess once they have thawed.

How to Prepare Strawberries?

Once you bring home your fresh strawberries, I like to go head and give them a good wash with water. Then place them on a paper towel lined baking sheet and let them dry.

They need to be completely dry before dipping into the melted chocolate. If you try to dip to early then the chocolate will not stick to the strawberry.

How to Melt Chocolate?

Since this recipe is called for colorful melted chocolate, we used wafers. They will melt just like any chocolate in the microwave, but it is best to heat in 30 second intervals.

We recommend to heat then stir after each time. This allows you to slowly melt the wafers and to closely watch them so they do not burn.

If you prefer you can melt the chocolate in a double boiler instead of a microwave-safe bowl.

Expert Tips

  • Strawberries – Make sure to wash and dry strawberries before dipping into the melted chocolate.
  • Melting Chocolate – Don’t over melt the chocolate or it will burn and the chocolate will taste burnt.
  • Dipping Strawberries – Follow the recipe on when to add the decorations and went to allow the melted chocolate to harden.
  • Prepare Baking Sheet – Make sure to line the baking sheet with parchment paper or wax paper for easy cleanup. This also helps when serving the strawberries.
  • Toothpicks – You may need to use a toothpick to make the face on these strawberries. They help with making small dots.
  • Candy Eyes – Instead of using black frosting, use candy eyes to decorate the strawberries.
  • Change the Chocolate – Instead of using wafers, you can melted candy melts or melted white chocolate. Then add in food coloring to create the color that you prefer. Candy melts come many different candy colors so it is fun to get creative.

More Topping Ideas

Here are some fun topping ideas to add or change when making these chocolate covered strawberries.

  • Chopped Nuts
  • Shredded Coconut
  • Mini Chocolate Chips
  • Sprinkles – White, Chocolate or Colored Sprinkles is what we usually use.
  • Crushed Graham Cracker Crumbs
  • Crushed Pretzels

Storage

Store leftover Halloween Strawberries in the fridge. They are best served within 48 hours of making them. We recommend serving them the same day you make them.

Cover the container with plastic wrap or a lid.

Halloween Chocolate Covered Strawberries on a black platter.

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Halloween Chocolate Covered Strawberries

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These Halloween Chocolate Covered Strawberries are so fun to make. Get the whole family involved to make these spooky strawberries for a fun Halloween tradition.
Prep Time 15 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes
Servings 16
Cuisine American
Course Dessert
Calories 105

Ingredients

  • 1 pkg package strawberries washed and dried
  • Orange candy wafers
  • White candy wafers
  • Purple candy wafers
  • Green candy wafers
  • Black gel icing tube
  • Mini milk chocolate chips
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Instructions

  • Rinse berries and pat dry
  • Melt wafers in microwave safe bowls according to package directions
  • Lay out a piece of parchment paper to set dripped berries
  • For the Mummies: Dip berry in melted white wafers. Place on parchment paper and allow chocolate to set.
  • Once the chocolate has set, fill up a piping bag with the same white melted wafers and drizzle in straight lines back and forth, across the berry.
  • Allow to dry, then with using the black gel tube, mark three dots to represent the eyes and mouth.
  • For the Frankenstein’s: Dip berry in melted green wafers.
  • Place on parchment paper and quickly add one mini milk chocolate chip to either side of the berry for the bolts. Once the chocolate has set, add eyes, mouth, and forehead scar using a black gel icing tube.

Nutrition Facts

Calories 105kcal, Carbohydrates 13g, Protein 1g, Fat 6g, Saturated Fat 3g, Polyunsaturated Fat 0.2g, Monounsaturated Fat 2g, Cholesterol 4mg, Sodium 16mg, Potassium 94mg, Fiber 1g, Sugar 12g, Vitamin A 9IU, Vitamin C 17mg, Calcium 40mg, Iron 0.2mg

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