11 Chocolate Covered Creations That Will Make Your Mouth Water


Food always tastes ten times better when there's chocolate involved, and you can dip just about anything you like in it. Fruit and nuts are the obvious choices, but did you know you can also dip potato chips in chocolate for a delicious, double-whammy treat? Or how about marshmallows, pretzels or Oreos? With the holidays fast approaching now is the perfect time to get creative and make these chocolate covered treats.

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Chocolate Covered Coconut Clusters

Coconut and chocolate is a wonderful combination. Whip up some coconut balls before freezing them and then dipping them in chocolate.  Instructions here.


Chocolate Covered Strawberries

Make about 20 large, chocolate-covered strawberries in 15-20 minutes. It's easy. Instructions here.


Chocolate Covered Pretzels

Check out these delicious chocolate-covered pretzels. Using white chocolate with red stripes keeps it festive. Instructions here.


Chocolate Covered Oreos

Covering Oreos in chocolate is positively sinful. Make it festive with Christmas-themed toppings. Instructions here.


Chocolate Covered Peanut Butter Cheesecake Bites

Peanut butter and chocolate are amazing together! Add cheesecake into the mix, and you may as well be in heaven. Instructions here.


Chocolate Covered Potato Chips

Potato chips dipped in chocolate are a deliciously sinful treat, and they can keep for up to a week in an airtight container.  Instructions here.



Chocolate Covered Tangerines

Mandarins slices covered in chocolate make a quick and creative dessert or treat. Instructions here.


Chocolate Covered Marshmallows

Melt chocolate in the microwave before dipping marshmallows into it using a toothpick to hold them. Instructions here.


Chocolate Covered Gummy Bears

Mix chocolate with a little shortening before melting it. Then dip gummy bears into the chocolately goodness and leave to set. Chewy and so, so good. Instructions here.


Dark Chocolate Nut Clusters

This recipe calls for one and a half cups of almonds and a cup of melted dark chocolate. Instructions here.


Chocolate Covered Coconut Pops

This recipe involves coconut oil to be mixed with the chocolate coating and then added to frozen coconut. Instructions here.

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