Are you someone with food allergies to dairy or lactose intolerance?
Or perhaps you're looking to cut down on carbs or are seeking diabetic-friendly recipes?
Whatever the case, you're in the right place! This sugar free chocolate covered strawberries recipe is the perfect treat to indulge in, especially with Valentine's Day right around the corner. Not only is it gluten-free and vegan, but it's also sugar-free, making it keto-friendly for those on a low-carb diet.
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- 1/2 cup of dairy and sugar-free dark chocolate chips . We used sugar free dark chocolate chips by Camino brand as these 100% Cacao and were top 14 allergen free (including dairy, gluten, peanut and tree nuts). While it's possible to use white chocolate chips, we couldn't find any that were sugar-free.
- Fresh strawberries, washed and dried. Ensure they are ripe strawberries for the best flavor.
- Optional: 1/2 tbsp of coconut oil or Wowbutter for creamy texture.
- Microwave safe bowl.
- Parchment paper.
- Cocktail skewers.
- Preparation: Begin by preparing your strawberries. Cut off the green part and slice them in half. This will make it easier for dipping and give you more chocolate-covered surface to enjoy. A flat surface also enables easy placement of these on parchment paper.
- Melting Chocolate: In a microwave-safe bowl, place your sugar-free dark chocolate chips. If you feel like adding a little twist, mix in some chocolate chips and coconut oil for a smoother texture. Microwave in 30-second intervals, stirring after each interval, until the melting chocolate is smooth and creamy.
- Dipping Process: Once your chocolate is melted, it's time to dip! Hold a strawberry by the skewer and gently dip the strawberry into the chocolate, ensuring it's coated evenly.
- Setting: Place the chocolate dipped strawberries on a tray lined with parchment paper. This helps in easy removal once set.
- Chilling: Refrigerate the strawberries for about 10 minutes or until the chocolate has solidified. One indication for solidifications is that the chocolate surface becomes non-reflective.
- Serving: Once chilled, they're ready to be served! Feel free to enjoy life and share these delightful treats with loved ones, especially on special occasions like Valentine's Day.
Video Walk Through
Here is a step by step video. During the rehearsal for the video, we started with melting chocolate chips instead of preparing strawberries first 🤦♂️. Therefore, we recommend starting with cutting strawberries first as shown in the video.
Whether you're making these for a loved one or treating yourself, these sugar and dairy free chocolate covered strawberries are sure to be a hit. They're not only perfect for those with allergies but also those who are simply looking to enjoy a healthier version of this classic treat. We have also included some commonly asked questions about chocolate covered strawberries.
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How long do chocolate covered strawberries last at room temperature?
Chocolate covered strawberries last about 4-6 hours at room temperature. We recommend consuming them quickly for optimal taste freshness.
How long do chocolate covered strawberries last in the fridge?
Chocolate covered strawberries last up to 2-3 days in the fridge when stored in an airtight container.
How to make white chocolate covered strawberries?
To make white chocolate covered strawberries follow our recipe, but use melted white chocolate chips instead of dark. Ensure even coating and chill as suggested.
Are chocolate covered strawberries gluten-free?
Yes, the chocolate-covered strawberries from our recipe are gluten-free, but always check the labels of the chocolate and any other ingredients you use to ensure they do not contain any gluten-containing additives or cross-contamination. Additionally, if you have celiac disease or a severe gluten allergy, it's essential to use certified gluten-free chocolate and ingredients and prepare them in a clean and gluten-free kitchen to avoid any potential contamination
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