Drunken Chocolate Covered Strawberries takes fresh berries to a whole other level!

Drunken Chocolate Covered Strawberries infused with alcohol is the next best thing, similar to its plain equivalent, but BETTER! A simple yet elegant dessert to spoil yourself or those special people in your life, this is a different take to drunken strawberries normally coated in granulated sugar.

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DRUNKEN CHOCOLATE COVERED STRAWBERRIES

A versatile how-to if you will, Drunken Chocolate Covered Strawberries can be made with whatever alcohol you like! Serve them at parties, gatherings, brunch, on Mother’s Day, birthdays OR for your special someone on Valentine’s Day.

A close up photograph of a chocolate covered strawberry.

WHAT YOU NEED TO MAKE THEM

STRAWBERRIES: Use firm, vibrant-coloured ripe strawberries for this recipe. Wash them well before soaking in alcohol. ALCOHOL: You don’t need an expensive bottle of alcohol for this recipe. although I do recommend using your favourite brand. CHOCOLATE: Dark, semi-sweet, milk chocolate or white. Use your favourite, because drunken strawberries covered in ANY chocolate are a hit wherever you serve them!

HOW TO MAKE ALCOHOL INFUSED STRAWBERRIES

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So easy and quick to make, our platters run out in seconds after putting them out.

First, SOAK strawberries in a bowl of your alcohol of choice. Cover and refrigerate for about one hour.

A bowl of strawberries soaking in alcohol | coral-beachresortsharjah.com DRY strawberries with paper towels. DIP in chocolate.

A collage demonstrating how to dip strawberries in chocolate | coral-beachresortsharjah.com REFRIGERATE to set!

Strawberries on a baking sheet lined with baking paper with fresh chocolate dipped strawberries

WHAT DO YOU SOAK STRAWBERRIES IN?

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I’ve found over the years that the best tasting strawberries have been infused with a spirits or dry alcohol. Prosecco, Champagne, Vodka, Rum, White wine, Red wine or Rosé work really well with strawberries. Coating them in chocolate locks in their sweet syrup, which mixes with the flavours of alcohol in every bite!

HOW LONG SHOULD YOU SOAK STRAWBERRIES IN ALCOHOL?

It takes an hour of soaking for strawberries to absorb alcohol flavours, however, you CAN soak them overnight for a stronger flavour. The longer they soak, the more alcohol these drunken strawberries will absorb.

Don’t discard the alcohol once you’re done. Reserve it for other uses, for example: sangria, cocktails, or simply save it to drink later.

Drunken Chocolate Covered Strawberries are too easy!

A close up photograph of a chocolate covered strawberry.

MORE RECIPES WITH STRAWBERRIES

Strawberry Rosé Slushies (Frosé) Frozen Strawberry and Mango Margaritas Strawberry Coconut Mojitos

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