Chocolate Covered Jimmy Strawberries

Happy Valentine’s Day !

Here is the simplest recipe for Chocolate Covered Jimmy Strawberries.

Okay, I admit they don’t look as professional as Martha Stewart brand or Edible Arrangements brand, but they are so much fun and low cost/budget to make at home.

Ingredients

  • 21 Large Strawberries
  • 2 Cups approx, Dark Chocolate pieces (or leftover chocolate)
  • 3 tbsp Butter
  • 1 Cup Chocolate Jimmies

Method

  1. Wash and dry strawberries with towel.
  2. Melt chocolate pieces in microwave on 50% power level till soft. Do not over micro. Add butter.
  3. Dip each strawberry holding the leaf stem into chocolate. Use a spoon to paste chocolate in left out spots.
  4. Immediately dip into the cup of jimmies and roll around.
  5. Place stem side down on tray.
  6. Refrigerate for 2 hours.
  7. Enjoy with Mom.

Here are some photos of the process:

 

Chocolate Covered Jimmy Strawberries

Chocolate Covered Jimmy Strawberries

Chocolate Covered Jimmy Strawberries
Chocolate Covered Jimmy Strawberries
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6 thoughts on “Happy Valentine’s Day !

  1. I used to have plain varyali but they stick to our teeth so dont have them. I used to have all the other things with it – like badam, kaju, chaar magaz etc. in Mumbai ages ago when I went on a visit there.

    By the way, in which State r u?

    I must say u r doing a good/great job for all of us. My hats off to u!

    Love Roshan Patel

  2. Yes, thats exactly what the jimmies look like. Of course they are made entirely of chocolate.

    I like Varyali, have you had roasted varyali? I roast raw varyali, add salt and enjoy them.

  3. Thanks Rita for your sweet explaination of Jimmies. I understand, v get them in Karachi, Pakistan too. I think they r multicoloured tiny varyali like things (sprinkles) that r put on cup cakes also

  4. Jimmy or Jimmies are little bits of chocolate sprinkles. We get them in US, probably you will find them in the icecream, cakes aisle. So I put the melted chocolate on the strawberries and dip them into the jimmies. See the photo, some are coated with jimmies and some without.

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