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Chocolate Covered Strawberry Carrots In Dirt!

Healthy (adjacent), adorable, and festive- these strawberries masquerading as carrots are a must have this Easter season! Sitting on a bed of crushed cookies and pudding, this cute and delectable dessert is the best that the Easter season has to offer- the promise of fresh fruit and chocolate!

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Recipe:

AuthorCarley KnutsenDifficultyBeginner

Ingredients
 Fresh Strawberries
 Orange Chocolate (melted)
 1 Box Chocolate Pudding Mix
 2 cups Cold Milk (for the pudding)
 Chocolate Sandwich Cookies (crushed)

Chocolate Covered Strawberries
1

In a wide mouth bowl, melt the orange chocolate in the microwave until completely smooth. Holding the strawberry by the stem, dip the berry into the chocolate, covering as close to the stem as you can. Hover the covered berry over the bowl so any excess chocolate can drip back into the bowl, then set on a wire rack until the chocolate sets. Repeat with remaining berries.

Pudding Cups
2

Prepare the pudding as directed by the box, adding milk to the powder and mixing for 2 minutes. Once the pudding has set, carefully spoon the pudding into clear cups. Cover the top of the pudding with crushed cookies, rest the finished "carrots" on top, and serve. Store any leftover "carrots" and pudding cups in the fridge.

Ingredients

Ingredients
 Fresh Strawberries
 Orange Chocolate (melted)
 1 Box Chocolate Pudding Mix
 2 cups Cold Milk (for the pudding)
 Chocolate Sandwich Cookies (crushed)

Directions

Chocolate Covered Strawberries
1

In a wide mouth bowl, melt the orange chocolate in the microwave until completely smooth. Holding the strawberry by the stem, dip the berry into the chocolate, covering as close to the stem as you can. Hover the covered berry over the bowl so any excess chocolate can drip back into the bowl, then set on a wire rack until the chocolate sets. Repeat with remaining berries.

Pudding Cups
2

Prepare the pudding as directed by the box, adding milk to the powder and mixing for 2 minutes. Once the pudding has set, carefully spoon the pudding into clear cups. Cover the top of the pudding with crushed cookies, rest the finished "carrots" on top, and serve. Store any leftover "carrots" and pudding cups in the fridge.

Strawberry Carrots

Thanks to Lil’ Luna for the recipe!

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