Halloween Chocolate Covered Strawberries

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These Halloween Chocolate Covered Strawberries will add a spooky touch to your menu. They’re also great to serve at Halloween parties or to let your guests decorate! And a fun addition to this Halloween Charcuterie Board.

When you think of Halloween, typically fruit doesn’t come to mind. Most of us think of huge amounts of candy. And nagging our kids to brush their teeth after consuming all those sugary treats. 

close up of mummies and spider chocolate covered strawberries for Halloween

Today I am sharing a tasty alternative to the candy – spooky chocolate-covered strawberries! The options don’t end with mummies and spiders. You can also decorate them as jack-o-lanterns, Frankensteins, or just with festive sprinkles. 

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Have tweens and teens in the house? That can be a difficult age group to cater to, so I put together a guide for How to Create an Unforgettable Halloween Party Ideas For Tweens & Teens. I cover fun things to do and a few things NOT to do. You can thank me later. 

And if you’re planning a Halloween trip to Disneyland, you’ll want to check out these tips to make the most of your trip.

What You Need to Make Halloween Chocolate Covered Strawberries 

ingredients labeled for halloween chocolate covered strawberries

Strawberries – you’ll want to select juicy, ripe berries. The amount will depend on how many you want to make, but with the ingredients listed here you can make about 12. 

neon green candy melts  

white candy melts  

black candy melts 

coconut oil or vegetable oil 

If you want to change up the colors, you totally can! Just grab candy melts in the colors of your choice. 

Gadgets Needed 

Parchment Paper  

Piping bags or ziplock bags  

How To Decorate Chocolate Covered Strawberries for Halloween

Line a baking sheet with parchment paper. Rinse and dry your strawberries and place on the baking sheet. 

two image collage show the strawberries being dipped in melted chocolate and setting aside on a baking sheet

You’ll need 3 small microwave-safe bowls, one bowl per candy color. Follow the instructions on the packages to melt the candy melts. 

DO NOT overheat your chocolate! It will seize and be ruined. 

Pro Tip: adding a small amount of coconut oil or vegetable oil to the candy melts will help thin out thick chocolate.  Stir the chocolate making sure no lumps remain.

For the Mummy Berries:  

Once you’ve melted the white chocolate, carefully dip the strawberries. Place the coated berries on the lined baking sheet until the chocolate hardens. 

Pour the remaining white chocolate into the piping or Ziploc bags and cut a small hole on the end. If you are using a Ziploc bag you will be cutting one of the corners. 

two image collage showing the candy being piped onto the mummy halloween strawberries

Gently squeeze the bag in a zig-zag pattern to make the mummy strips across the berries. 

Prepare another bag with melted black candy melts, and pipe the eyes on. 

Before serving or storing, allow the chocolate to set up by leaving it on the baking sheet. 

For the Spider Berries:

Dip the remaining strawberries in the melted neon green chocolate, letting them rest for a few minutes on the baking sheet. 

two image collage piping the spiders and webs

Using the black candy melts, pipe a triangle on the strawberry then make vertical lines inside of the triangle. Finish it with horizontal lines – the idea is to create a web appearance. 

Pipe some spiders if you’d like, then letting the berries harden on the baking sheet. 

plate of halloween chocolate covered strawberries as mummies and spider webs with spiders

How Long Do Chocolate Covered Strawberries Last?

Like fresh berries, these have a short shelf life. Chocolate coated berries will last for 1-2 days before getting too soft.

Can I Freeze Chocolate Covered Strawberries?

The short answer is no. The strawberries will release their juices as they thaw making them an inedible mess.

Tips for Storing 

  • Store uncovered in the fridge. A single layer is best but you can place a piece of parchment paper in between if you need to do a double layer.
  • These can be made a day in advance to cut down on the stress of preparing for a Halloween party.

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close up of mummies and spider chocolate covered strawberries for Halloween

Halloween Chocolate Covered Strawberries

These Halloween Chocolate Covered Strawberries add a spooky touch to your menu. Great to serve at Halloween parties or let your guests decorate.
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Course: Appetizer, Dessert, party food
Cuisine: American
Prep Time: 20 minutes
Resting Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 35 minutes
Servings: 12
Calories: 35kcal
Author: Lori



  • 12 large Strawberries
  • 1/4 cup neon green candy melts
  • 1/4 cup white candy melts
  • 2-3 tablespoons black candy melts
  • Coconut oil or vegetable oil  , optional


  • Wash the strawberries and thoroughly pat dry with paper towels. Place on a parchment paper lined baking sheet.
  • Using 3 small bowls, melt the candy melts according to package instructions. Be careful not to overheat the chocolate. Stir the chocolate to make sure no lumps remain.
  • *Tip – adding a small amount of coconut oil or vegetable oil to the candy melts will help thin out thick chocolate.

For the Mummy Berries:

  • Dip each berry in the white candy coating. Let sit on parchment paper lined tray for 10-15 minutes or until set.
  • Add remaining white candy to a piping bag or ziplock bag and cut a small hole in the tip.
  • Create lines back and forth and diagonally across the chocolate coated berry.
  • Pipe on eyes with black chocolate.
  • Allow to set on parchment lined tray for 5-7 minutes, until chocolate has hardened.

For the Spider Berries:

  • Dip each berry in the neon green candy coating. Let sit on parchment paper lined tray for 10-15 minutes or until set.
  • Using the black chocolate, pipe a large triangle on the chocolate covered strawberry. Then pipe vertical lines inside the triangle, followed by horizontal lines between the spaces left on the vertical lines to make the spider web.
  • Allow to set on parchment lined tray for 5-7 minutes, until chocolate has hardened.


  • Change up the colors and patterns for other holidays and celebrations.
  • Berries can be made a day ahead of time. Store uncovered in the refrigerator for 1-2 days.
  • Optional ingredients are not included in Nutritional Information.
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Serving: 1strawberry | Calories: 35kcal | Carbohydrates: 5g | Protein: 1g | Fat: 2g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 1g | Monounsaturated Fat: 1g | Sodium: 6mg | Potassium: 41mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 5g | Vitamin A: 3IU | Vitamin C: 16mg | Calcium: 4mg | Iron: 1mg

Nutritional information is provided as a reference, using an online calculator. We recommend verifying the information independently for accuracy.

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