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Chocolate Drizzled Strawberries and Cream

This simple and elegant looking recipe is a snap to make and is a delicious treat for dessert or snack. Great for small or large gatherings.

Servings 8
Author Tori


  • 8 large fresh strawberries washed in cool water, gently pat dry with paper towels
  • 6 tbsp whipped cream cheese
  • 3 tbsp powdered sugar
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract

chocolate drizzle

  • 3 tbsp semisweet chocolate chips


  1. After your strawberries are washed and dried, hull them and cut a small slice off the end to make them look neat. If you don’t have a tool that can take the small core out you can use a small paring knife to make a small hole and cut off the thin slice. Set the strawberries aside for just a bit.In a small bowl, mix the whipped cream cheese with a fork. Add in the powdered sugar, you can switch over to a small whisk if needed or a rubber spatula. Add in the vanilla extract and mix again until creamy.  Using a Ziploc bag, fill with cream, push cream all the way down to one side. Snip off the tip of bag. If you have a pastry tip, you can put that into a Ziploc or pastry bag and push all the way to one side of either bag and make an opening. Fill each strawberry with the cream. You will have more than enough to fill each strawberry so go ahead and overfill.Put the strawberries away in the fridge while you melt the chocolate.In a microwave safe dish, melt the chocolate for about 20 seconds. Take out and mix. Heat in the microwave once more for 20 seconds. If you need to melt more, then repeat for about 10-15 seconds and mix until smooth and shiny. Take a small zip lock sandwich size bag and fill with the chocolate. Tilt the bag while doing this so that the chocolate is all the way to one side on the bottom. Snip off a small corner of the bag and drizzle over the strawberries until all of them have a nice design. Place back in fridge until set (this should only take a few minutes). Or, you can dip a fork or spoon, and drizzle over each strawberry. One is just a little fancier but both ways look nice. Enjoy!