White Chocolate Strawberry Ghosts #SundaySupper

 

 

 

Strawberries dipped in a  mix of white chocolate and coconut with just a hint of coconut oil are a ” melt in mouth” delish  treat ! When my sunday supper team decided to do a trick or treat theme I knew this was wanted to make. I saw this recipe for strawberry ghosts in the “Taste Of Home” website and loved it. I made some modifications to the recipe. I added coconut oil instead of shortening. I also added shredded coconut flakes which gave the strawberries a nice rough aged ghostly look.  Added bonus they tasted great. Turned white chocolate into gourmet white chocolate. I got my kids involved which was great. My 9 yr old decorated the faces and was so proud of her efforts I didn’t have the heart to display the ones I decorated :) ! The best way to get the chocolate all smooth and to a dip consistency is to use a double boiler where the chocolate does not touch heat directly. I did not have a double boiler, so I made one. I put a shallow dish with water on the stove and heated it. I then put the chocolate in smaller dish and placed it in the pan with the boiling water. Worked great and I had my own double boiler. All in all, we had a great time making these treats and I hope you enjoy making them too !

 

 

 

Nutrition Wise !

One cup of strawberries contains over 13% of the RDA of dietary fiber which is so essential for so many things including keeping  digestion regular and curbing overeating  It is a low-calorie fruit bursting with Vitamin C . Coconut oil has healthy monounsaturated fats which do not stored by your body but get burnt as fuel for energy. Chocolate is just icing on anything you eat and when you add it to berries makes a decadent reasonably healthy dessert :) !

Ingredients ! Some good stuff here ! 

 White Chocolate Goodness !!

 

White Chocolate Coconut Strawberry Ghosts

Ingredients

  • 1lb strawberries
  • 4oz white chocolate chips
  • 1oz dark chocolate
  • 2 tablespoons coconut oil
  • 2 tablespoons shredded coconut flakes

Note

The coconut adds to the texture making it more ghost like . Added bonus, it tastes great too.

Directions

Wash and dry strawberries.
Melt white chocolate according to instructions or in a double boiler. Add coconut oil and stir till smooth. Add coconut flakes.
Dip strawberries in white chocolate coconut mix and place on a plate or waxed paper. Freeze for five minutes.
Remove from freezer, paint eyes and mouth with a toothpick. Allow to dry .

 

My Sunday Supper team has created a storm treat ! Check them out !! On the menu for our Trick-or-Treat #SundaySupper Halloween Party:

Bewitching Brews

 

Ghoulish Gruel:

Haunted Snacks:

Spooky Sweets:

Please be sure you join us on Twitter throughout the day, this Sunday (October 28th) during #SundaySupper.  We’ll be meeting up at 7:00 pm (Eastern) for our weekly #SundaySupper live chat where we’ll talk about all things Halloween.  All you have to do is follow the #SundaySupper hashtag, or you can follow us through TweetChat.

We’d also love to feature your favorite Halloween recipes on our #SundaySupper Pinterest board and share them with all of our followers, too.

Comments

  1. Those strawberries are so cute! I love the ghostly faces and I know they would be so good to eat.
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  2. Strawberries go so well with chocolate, and the coconut sounds really good! I might just skip the decoration and serve them to adults! Have a nice day Suni!
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  3. As soon as I saw these on FB, I knew I couldn’t wait to see this recipe! SO cute!
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  4. Chocolate dipped strawberries are one of my favorite things !
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  5. Love the spooky strawberries! Great recipe as always!
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  6. Chocolate covered strawberries are always a huge hit- plus these are just adorable. I know the kiddos would have a great time making them. And everybody would have a great time eating them ;)
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  7. These are so cute. Love the idea!!
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  8. Ooooh, sppooky! I totally love these! Great job and healthy, bonus!!!!!!!!!! Fantastic job!
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  9. Oh, how DELISH! Berries + White Chocolate + Coconut = a magnificent treat!!! And you’ve made such cute ghosts :)

  10. Such a cute twist on the classic chocolate covered strawberry! Love it!
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  11. This looks great! Thanks for sharing. I can’t wait to make it.
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  12. These are so cute, they remind me of Van Gogh’s “Scream”
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  13. it’s very creative recipe :). I prefer give this strawberry ghost to children than candies :)

  14. Pretty wild Sue! Never tried strawberry and coconut together, sounds yummy!
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  15. OMG those are perfect for Halloween, and so easy to make. I can see my boys loving those. You can bet we’ll be making them this weekend. We may even add some chopped nuts to some to give a few of the ghosts some hair on top!
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  16. Love it! So easy to throw together for a last minute festive treat.
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  17. Wow! These look super cool and super scary. Thanks for the recipe-am surely going to try this out with my kiddo. Happy Halloween!
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  18. What a great treat for hallowen, they look so good its a shame to eat them but i supose i will have to force myself yum yum.

  19. The pictures are giving me a carving. The recipes seem to be easy and less time for preparation. Thanks for sharing these delicious recipes.

  20. hee hee! I love this recipe! They are so cute. I’m glad your children got invovled in decorating the ghosts. Love the addition of coconut and coconut oil too.
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  21. lol…how fun! I never would have thought to make ghosts with strawberries!
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  22. This would make a great alternative to candies! Thanks for sharing!

  23. What a fun and healthy snack for Halloween. Love these, and so would my 7 year old!

  24. These are going to be a god-send in my home, Sunithi. We are all candy lovers and despite our best efforts have really struggled with alternatives in the past! These look delicious and will be so much healtier than what we currently eat! Thank you so much.

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