Chocolate Dipped Strawberries
Strawberries and chocolate make a scrumptious pairing. From cakes and souffles to tarts and parfaits, you will find heavenly recipes starring strawberries and chocolate.See Popular Chocolate Dipped Strawberries Recipes
A truly memorable treat on their own, these yummy morsels also can be used to embellish cakes, tortes, tarts, and many other festive desserts.
Make a fun activity out of dipping and decorating pretzels in a selection of candies and sprinkles for this holiday-themed dessert.
Call on the sweet berries of summer for this fresh pie recipe. It's pretty enough to attract special attention at a cookout or summer party.
The melted white and dark chocolates make a dazzling "marble" design on these fresh strawberries. Serve them for a light dessert or as a sweet appetizer at a party.
Serve these sweet berries on a Valentine's Day dessert tray. The strawberries are dipped in semisweet chocolate then drizzled in white chocolate.
Almond-flavored cream cheese adorns the chocolate-dipped strawberries in this recipe. Add a platter of these luscious bite-size treats to a dessert buffet or use them to garnish another dessert.
Chopped strawberries and cocoa nibs are a colorful addition to vanilla ice cream.
Ready in minutes, this rich chocolate fondue is ideal for a romantic night in or a get together with friends.
As my Recipe.com colleague and I wandered the streets of the Iowa State Fair in a fried-food delirium, she suddenly grabbed my arm and pointed. There is was, the sign for "Bacon on a Stick." Oh yes.
The candles are lit, soft music is playing in the background and dark chocolate-dipped strawberries are waiting to be devoured for dessert. It's dinnertime on Valentine's Day, and you're just pulling the entree out of the oven: No-Stir Risotto with Heart Shaped Beets. Beets?!
With Valentine's Day just around the corner, this recipe for strawberry salad with balsamic is a great one to perfect!
This cute bento box Fruity Crab makes a refreshing and healthy snack your kids will love.
It's Valentine's Day--have you loaded up on sweets for your sweet? If not, you best get shopping, and wouldn't you know, there are plenty of ways to show your love that go beyond the expected conversational candy hearts, traditional cupcakes aswirl with pink icing or those ubiquitous chocolate samplers. In a story for CNN's Eatocracy blog, Food & Wine magazine's restaurant editor Kate Krader fills us in on Valentine's Day goodies that are sure to win you some serious points for originality.
Maybe it's because their ruby-red color evokes the emotion of love, and they have a delicate heartlike shape, or maybe it's their intoxicatingly sweet flavor--whatever the reason, strawberries and Valentine's Day are inexorably linked. Lucky for us! There are so many things to do with these amazing berries, some of them easy, some a little more advanced.
There's no use pretending. Chocolate recipes make us go weak in the knees -- er, the heart. Whether you're talking about an icy cold chocolate sherbet, a warm, molten chocolate cake, or a delicate chocolate souffle, there aren't many of us who can turn down a chocolate dessert.
It's easy to get cynical about Valentine's Day in this day and age -- judging from the TV commercials, if your sweetheart doesn't come bearing a diamond necklace (or a Lexus), your love is really just ho-hum. Now, we'd be kidding ourselves if we said that we'd turn down a nice diamond right about now. But honestly, neither do we think it would be any more special than, say, the hubby and the kids trying to whip up some French toast for breakfast, or maybe some a few strawberries hand-dipped in chocolate.