DIY Chocolate Covered Strawberry ‘Carrots’

Carrots are not just for the bunnies this Easter! You want to make the easiest, cutest, most festive little treats for your family?! Well here it is! These adorable little carrots treats are perfect for both children and adults alike! Check out how to make to make your own in 5 easy steps!

I made these little carrots last year and I knew I wanted to make it a tradition! They are so simple, but they really bring a big impact to your Easter dinner table!

SUPPLIES:

  • Strawberries
  • Orange Chocolate Melts
  • Piping Bag (optional)
  • Parchment Paper

STEP 1: Melt the chocolate in a bowl or cup deep enough to dip the strawberries in.

STEP 2: Dip the strawberry in the chocolate. Try to cover the strawberry all the way up to the stem. Once you dip the strawberry in completely, pull it out and allow it to drip the access amount back into the bowl before setting it on the parchment paper.

STEP 3: Place the chocolate covered strawberry on the parchment paper to allow the chocolate to harden. The parchment paper prevents the chocolate to stick to anything.

STEP 4: Place the left over chocolate in a piping bag. Cut the tip of the piping bag (the closer you make the cut toward the tip of the piping the thinner the chocolate flow will be. The further up the bag the thicker the chocolate flow) and pipe the chocolate across the strawberry to make little “stripes”, thus creating a more realistic carrot texture. Allow this chocolate to harden completely before serving.

Created and photographed by Auburn Artisan

STEP 5: Enjoy your delicious treats!

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