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Wine Infused Chocolate Covered Strawberries

I could not think of anything more befitting for valentines weekend more than this. These chocolate covered strawberries are so delicious and indulgent. Valentines day aside, I think every day should be a day to shower the people in your life with affection. Each day is special enough to put in a little effort. I hope that you not only try this out this weekend, but make them during random days within the year. Life is too short to wait for one day out of 365 to do special stuff, right?

I made these in December and I was pretty nervous as to how they would turn out. After I had taken the pictures I realized these looked good. And after I tasted them, oh! They  blew me away! I have to warn you though, once you try these, it is very likely that you will get addicted to them.

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COOK TIME: 40 MINUTES                                                  MAKES:8


8 Strawberries

White and milk chocolate

3 tablespoons of sweet red wine

1 handful of crushed ground nuts



Roughly chop your chocolate and put it in a bowl. Add your red wine and place this over a water bath and mix until molten. After the chocolate has melted, mix it all once again until it is smooth.

I actually wanted to do separate white and milk chocolate dipped strawberries. However the white chocolate looked weird after adding red wine to it so I mixed both chocolates together. Luck may be on your side, and having white and dark chocolates separate will work for you.

cadburies milk chocolate is good for making the chocolate coated strawberries since it melts

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Take your strawberries and dip them in the molten chocolate. Ensure your chocclate is heavy enough to stay on the chocolate but light enough to facilitate the dipping.

adding nuts to chocolate covered nuts adds flavorand pleasant texture

dip the strawberries in the chocolate and allow them to refridgerate for about 30

Plate them then sprinkle your crushed groundnuts over them. Put them in the freezer for about 30-1 hour  minutes to allow the chocolate to set. Once they are set, dig in.

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What makes these chocolate covered strawberries work is how amazingly the flavors compliment each other. The slight acidity of the strawberries goes so well with the sweetness of the chocolate. The sweetness of the chocolate too, goes well with the booziness of the wine. The soft strawberry contrasts so well with the crunchiness of the groundnuts. It is simply one harmonious, almost musical bite.

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These were cleared just as soon as we got them out of the freezer. I ate them with my youngest sister over a glass of wine. It was so amazingly heavenly. It is easy to make so you have no excuse!

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Have a delicious valentines weekend my loves!


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  1. Debbie

    How about I just date those good looking strawberries?

    • kaluhiskitchen

      I can introduce you to them 😀 I am an excellent match maker!

  2. Sean James

    someone needs a new chopping board ahem…otherwise let me give them a try today!

    • kaluhiskitchen

      LOL! I like my chopping board, I find the aged, distressed wood so beautiful! But that aside, you will love this :)))

  3. Ivy

    Really thought they’d be more inspiration for valentines weekend…I must say I was a tad bit disappointed this time:(

    • kaluhiskitchen

      I am sorry my posts did not inspire you. I blog from my heart, and naturally, I can never please everyone. It is ok that you are not impressed. However I tried my best and with V.weekend now behind us, I cannot do anything about your disappointment. I however still feel very good and proud about my valentines week posts because they inspired so many people, and those who tried them loved it. For me, that alone is worth the effort I put in. I cannot read everyone’s mind to know what they want. I will try give my readers what they want, but as I said, I cannot please everyone.

      Be blessed.

  4. ivy

    I was just voicing a comment,a bit hurt by your response-(

    • kaluhiskitchen

      And I appreciate your concern. I too was just voicing my opinion. Do not get offended, I was telling it as it it from my point of view. I put in plenty of hard work, some people liked it and that, for me, makes it worth it. Some people will dislike it, but thats life, and its fine. Really, it is ok that you never liked my valentines day posts, I am not going to take it personally :)). Lets move on.

  5. Ivy

    I actually loved the two recipes..what I meant was that I thought you would do a biggie, like a valentine edition or something…I never said I disliked them at all,I was just anticipating for more than just recipes,that’s all.

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