These cute chocolate covered strawberry hearts don’t have to be made for Valentine’s Day. Add them to a cake, pancakes, waffles, and more! You won’t believe how easy these strawberry hearts are to make, and it can be done in just a few simple steps.
Are you ready to wow your friends and loved ones with your strawberry skills? It’s the perfect homemade heart-shaped treat!
Easy Chocolate Covered Strawberry Hearts Recipe
I won’t prattle too long before getting to this recipe, but if you still aren’t sure if you can make these strawberry hearts, keep reading!
I am just like you, too busy to spend hours in the kitchen, but love to make homemade recipes. The easier the better, and this recipe checks both of those boxes.
These chocolate covered strawberry hearts are so cute, so yummy, and will put a smile on anyone’s face. Trust me. This is a fun treat you are going to want to re-create over and over again!
How do I make Chocolate Covered Strawberry Hearts?
Making these strawberry hearts is actually relatively easy. There isn’t much to make them, and you only need a few things on hand.
Here is a list of what you will need for this yummy treat:
- fresh large strawberries
- chocolate candy melts
How do I cut strawberries for decoration?
There are several posts out there that will talk about specific tips and tricks on how to cut strawberries in order to make hearts. I have found that only one thing really matters: your strawberry should be short and fat. 🙂 Seriously, those make the best strawberries to cut and then place side by side to create the shape of a heart.
How do I cut a strawberry to make a heart shape?
If you use the short and fatter strawberries, you won’t have to do anything special. These strawberries actually form the perfect shape of a heart once sliced and placed side by side.
If you are using a larger or longer strawberry, just make sure they are not knobby and don’t have many imperfections to them.
3 Easy Steps to Make Chocolate Covered Strawberry Hearts
First, you want to cut the tops of the strawberries off and then hell them if necessary. Don’t judge me, but I don’t usually do that extra step because it is usually not needed.
Once the strawberry tops have been cut, place them side by side to form the shape of a heart.
Melt the chocolate per instructions and then cover the heart-shaped strawberries. I like to drizzle different colors on the tops to make them stand out a little more.
Allow the chocolate covered strawberry hearts to cool on a wire rack, or place them in the refrigerator for faster cooling.
How do I serve Chocolate Covered Strawberry Hearts?
You can serve chocolate covered strawberry hearts in several different ways and here are a few ideas:
- packaged by themselves
- as a cake topper decoration
- with pancakes or waffles
How do I store Chocolate Covered Strawberry Hearts?
Once you have your hearts made, make sure you store them in a cool dark place, such as your refrigerator tightly covered or in an airtight container. Ripe, cut fruit ages relatively fast, so these strawberry hearts should be consumed within 24 – 48 hours of creation.
3 Steps to Easy Valentine Hearts
They are super simple to make and relatively healthy (minus all of the chocolate of course). That’s me trying to convince myself that eating a bazillion of these will actually be good for me. Ha!
Well, maybe not my waistline, but emotionally I will be completely satisfied!
I have a sneaky suspicion that all of the kiddos in class and teachers will be ecstatic about receiving these yummy treats for a Valentine’s Day gift. What are you doing for Valentine’s Day? Anything special?
Make sure to give these delicious Chocolate Covered Strawberry Hearts a try, and I promise you will be Queen (or King) of the day.
If you liked this recipe, you might also like these other desserts:
- Valentines Day Dessert Truffles
- Chocolate Covered Heart Shaped Cake Pops
- Valentine Chocolate Heart Pops
- Chocolate Ganache Cake Roll Recipe
- 3 Ingredient Red Velvet Cake Mix Cookies
2 Ingredient Chocolate Covered Strawberry Hearts
- 12 Strawberries short and round
- 1 cup melted chocolate milk chocolate and white
- Take the strawberries and cut the tops. Remove the hull if needed.
- Place cut strawberries side by side to create the shape of a heart.
- Melt chocolate per instructions on the packaging. Cover strawberries with chocolate.
- Store for up to 2 days in the refrigerator in an airtight container.
- Perfect for a Valentine's gift, or as a pancake or dessert topping.
- Serve immediately. If not serving immediately, store in an airtight container for up to 48 hours.
These look yummy and simple. I’m wondering if they fall apart when you pick them up, or does the chocolate hold them together? I’ll definitely try them this Valentine’s Day. I also liked your video. I’m thinking about making some videos, so I have a lot to learn!
You would LOVE these!!!
These look so good they’re making my mouth water! I’ve been on a big strawberry kick lately. I think I could make these for myself and be very, VERY happy!
These are so good! I can promise you would be VERY happy! 😉
Yum. I can almost taste them. And I love the shape. I would never have thought of this to be able to make them heart-shaped.
I’ll make them for Cassidy!
He’s going to LOVE them!
Sharon - Her Organized Chaos says
This is so great!!! I’m over here wanting to eat my computer because of how delicious these look LOL. I would love if you linked this up on my blog for Crafty Chaos Tuesdays! Thanks so much for sharing.