Since 1950, Nutella has spread love around the world. That’s five decades of chocolatey hazelnut goodness! If you’ve ever wondered how someone came up with something so delicious, remember: (Nutella covered strawberries) Necessity is the mother of invention! When cocoa was in short supply during World War II, it all began.
Nutella ganache-covered strawberries are one of those things made for each other. This recipe uses both sugar and Nutella.
First, you’ll need a pound of unblemished strawberries. If there is a defect in the strawberry, it will release juice while the chocolate cools.
What Is The Best Way To Make Chocolate Covered Strawberries With Nutella?
- Strawberries, 1 pound, ripe
- Crushed nuts (almonds or pecans): 1 cup
- White chocolate weighing 14 lbs
- Nutella or chocolate chips weighing 12 lbs
Steps to follow:
Strawberries should be thoroughly dried with no droplets of water present. Line a baking sheet with nonstick foil or wax paper.
If you are using dark and white chocolate, melt them separately in the microwave for 30 seconds at a time.
Put the baking sheet, melted chocolate, and crushed nuts together once the chocolate is fully melted.
Lift and rotate the strawberry as you remove it from the chocolate, allowing the excess chocolate to drip back into the bowl as you lift and rotate it.
Don’t touch the strawberries once you have placed them on the baking sheet; otherwise, you will disturb the gorgeous chocolate shell.
Put the chocolate hazelnut dipped strawberries on the baking sheet after dipping them in crushed nuts and rolling them in the nuts to coat them.
Transfer the melted white chocolate into a plastic zipper bag’s corner and seal. Cut a small tip off the bag’s corner if you want to drizzle white chocolate on chocolate covered strawberries with Nutella.
Draw creative scribbles on the strawberries’ top by drizzling chocolate from the corner’s hole gently.
Put strawberries dipped in Nutella in the fridge for half an hour to set the chocolate.
You can serve chocolate covered strawberries with Nutella chilled or at room temperature. Chilled chocolate has an incredible crunch, while room temperature chocolate is softer.
Tasty Recipe You Should Know About Nutella covered strawberries:
While chocolate and strawberries are the best of friends, chocolate and water are enemies. Make sure your strawberries are dry before you dip them in chocolate. If you touch them with water, the chocolate will seize, or become grainy, lumpy, and crumbly. This is not good, especially if the chocolate is going to be dipped and you want it smooth and glossy.
I hand dry each strawberry, make sure they are completely dry and lay them out on paper towels to air dry. Then I prepare the chocolate and heat it over a double boiler.
During the drying process, prepare the chocolate. The chocolate is to be heated using steam from a double boiler. A double boiler is a device for indirectly heating something using steam from water. Place a heatproof bowl on top of a small saucepan and bring the water to a simmer. When the water comes to a boil, steam will heat up the bowl! Put your chocolate in the bowl and heat it!
Q1. Are there any allergens present in your product that customers should be aware of, such as nuts or dairy products?
Ans: Our strawberries are covered in a sweet and creamy Nutella ganache, which means that there are no nuts or dairy products involved.
Q2. Can customers customize their order with different toppings or drizzles on top of the Nutella ganache?
Ans: Yes, customers can customize their order with different toppings or drizzles on top of the Nutella ganache. Some popular toppings include whipped cream, strawberry jam, chocolate shavings, and nuts.
We have a variety of toppings and drizzles that you can choose from to make your Nutella covered strawberries exactly how you want them. You can even choose to create your own unique recipe by mixing and matching different toppings and drizzles.