There’s no tastier, cuter way to celebrate Easter Sunday than with these picturesque Easter White Chocolate Covered Strawberries! Fresh, juicy strawberries are coated in deliciously sweet white chocolate. These are festive no-bake treats that you do NOT want to miss out on!

Orange drizzled strawberries are placed on a white surface.

Easter White Chocolate Covered Strawberries

Every Easter, I love serving a big dessert. Something that really steals the show and makes people say wow! One of my favorite show-stealing Easter desserts to make is my famous Bunny Oreo Ice Cream Cake.

However, more than anything, I love serving little treats like these white chocolate covered strawberries that anyone can just pick up and snack on. I think that all holidays call for a bit of excess – excessive hugging, gift giving, and sugar eating! So, why not serve these adorable strawberries alongside your main dessert? The more treats, the merrier!

Strawberries are always delicious, but I especially love enjoying them when they’re at their ripest, which conveniently is springtime! These juicy berries are always best this time of year, which is what makes these Easter strawberries even better.

Oh, and if you have any little ones, they’re going to LOVE helping you with this recipe almost as much as they’ll love eating the final product! Coating the strawberries is a bit messy, but a whole lot of fun. Also, as much as I’m sure they love carrots, they’ll probably like these sweet treats that look like carrots even more.

A strawberry is being dipped into a bowl of melted white chocolate that's been dyed orange.

How to Make Them

Making these chocolate covered strawberries is truly a breeze. Get ready to dip!

Rinse. Start off by rinsing the strawberries in cool water. This is important, as you never know what might be on those fresh berries! After they’ve been rinsed off, dry them thoroughly with a paper towel, then arrange them on a towel. Let them air dry for at least 10 minutes on the towel. You want them to be completely dry so the chocolate sticks!

Melt. In a microwave safe bowl, melt the white chocolate in 30 seconds intervals. Be sure to stir the chocolate every 30 seconds so it doesn’t burn or melt unevenly! Stop microwaving once the chocolate is completely melted and smooth.

Color. Stir in the food coloring to the melted chocolate. Just use a few drops at a time, though, and add more until you reach the desired color. Remember, you can always add more food coloring, but you can’t take it out once it’s been stirred in.

A strawberry dipped in orange chocolate is being removed from the white bowl.

Dip! This is when your kids can start helping you out! Dip each strawberry, one at a time, into the colored chocolate. As you dip the berries, turn them in the melted chocolate to fully coat them. Before removing from the bowl, let any excess drops of chocolate fall from the berry.

A piping bag is drizzling more chocolate onto a parchment sheet full of coated strawberries.

Place. When placing the coated berries onto a sheet of parchment paper, be sure to push the strawberries forward about 1/2 inch to help avoid the chocolate puddle from forming at the tip of the berry.

Set. Transfer the baking sheet full of berries to a cool, dry place to allow the white chocolate to fully set.

Drizzle. Transfer the remaining chocolate to a zip top bag and snip off a corner. Then, drizzle the chocolate onto the berries. This is what creates the carrot ridges!

Strawberries are placed in even rows on a prepared baking sheet.

Set. Once they’ve all been drizzled, allow the chocolate to set again.

Serve. Serve the strawberries immediately, and enjoy!

Jelly beans are placed next to chocolate covered strawberries.

How long will these Easter themed strawberries stay fresh?

In an airtight container lined with a paper towel, these sweet berries will stay fresh in the fridge for up to 2 days!

The paper towel is extremely important to use during storage, as it will absorb any excess moisture from the berries.

How can I use extra strawberries?

If you have any strawberries left over, have no fear! I have quite a few strawberry recipes that will make sure those berries aren’t wasted.

You could always make something like Strawberry Puree or Strawberry Jam if you want something delicious that you can always keep handy! If it’s a strawberry dessert you’re craving, you can’t go wrong with the BEST Strawberry Rhubarb Crisp.

Strawberries and jelly beans are placed on a baking sheet.

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Orange drizzled strawberries are placed on a white surface.

Get the Recipe: Easter White Chocolate Covered Strawberries

An easter treat that's sweet to eat! White Chocolate Covered Strawberries are made to look like little carrots for a fun snack that's perfect for the holiday.
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  • 24 whole strawberries, rinsed and dried thoroughly
  • 10 ounces good quality white chocolate, If using bar chocolate, finely chop before melting
  • Orange Food Coloring, I like to use a gel paste


  • Rinse berries in cool water and dry thoroughly with a paper towel. Arrange in a single layer on a towel and allow to air dry for 10-15 minutes (or until completely dry.)
  • Place the chocolate in a microwave safe bowl and heat at high power for 30 seconds. Stir and heat in 30 second increments until melted and smooth.
  • Stir in the food coloring until the desired color is achieved.
  • Dip the strawberries, one at a time, in the chocolate turning to coat. Allow the excess to drip off the strawberry and place on the baking sheet lined with parchment. Push the strawberry forward 1/2 inch to help avoid the chocolate puddle from forming at the tip of the berry.
  • Repeat with the remaining berries until all are coated.
  • Allow the chocolate to set and serve.


Strawberries can be coated in chocolate up to 24 hours in advance.
Calories: 135kcal, Carbohydrates: 16g, Protein: 2g, Fat: 8g, Saturated Fat: 5g, Cholesterol: 5mg, Sodium: 22mg, Potassium: 104mg, Fiber: 1g, Sugar: 15g, Vitamin A: 10IU, Vitamin C: 14mg, Calcium: 51mg, Iron: 1mg