These Chocolate Covered Strawberry Ghosts will be the hit at your Halloween party! They’re cute and spooky all at the same time, and so simple to make. Who doesn’t love a chocolate covered strawberry?!
I’ve been told I’m really good at making cute food for holidays. I think I’m really good at faking like I’m good at making cute food for holidays. 😉 Every holiday treat I make is super easy because ain’t nobody got time for that! Well, at least I don’t. Ha!
When I was at the grocery store last week, I spotted these really darling candy eyeballs. It’s embarrassing that I got SO excited and bought three boxes of them. Yeah, I’m easily amused. Anyway, I couldn’t wait to get those cute little eyeballs onto some cute little something yummy! Why not some strawberry ghosts?!
I love chocolate covered strawberries because they seem so fancy. If you buy some at those expensive candy stores at the mall, they’re like $5.00 each! Making them at home is so much cheaper, even when strawberries aren’t in season.
I find that simple food, like a chocolate covered strawberry is something that everyone will go for at a party. These strawberry ghosts are so easy to make and would be a fun dessert or snack to serve at your Halloween party this year!
These strawberry ghosts take hardly any time to make. Melt some white chocolate in a bowl in the microwave. When you dip the strawberries, drag some excess chocolate in the front to make a little ghost “tail”. Add some cute little candy eyes and let harden on parchment or wax paper.
Boom. Cutest little Halloween treat that everyone will fight over! What’s your favorite treat to make for Halloween?
Chocolate Covered Strawberry Ghosts
- white chocolate I used Candiquik
- candy eyes
- wax or parchment paper
- Melt white chocolate as instructed on the package. Dip strawberries one at a time in melted chocolate, dragging out some of the chocolate on the bottom to make a ghost "tail".
- Set on wax or parchment paper. Place candy eyes on front of strawberry. Let harden on parchment or wax paper.
- Repeat until you get the quantity of strawberries desired. Serve and devour!