Chocolate Covered Cherries Recipe

Homemade Chocolate Covered CherriesChocolate Covered Cherries are Fun to Make and Delicious to Eat

Chocolate Covered Cherries are one of my favorite treats. They are also one of my fathers’ favorite treats.  A gift of Chocolate Covered Cherries is one of the best gifts that I can receive.

Dipping fruit in chocolate make a delicious treat for my family.  When I started covering fruit in chocolate, I simply could not leave out chocolate covered cherries.

Chocolate covered cherries are extremely easy and fast to make.  They are also delicious!

 

How to Make Chocolate Covered CherriesSupplies and Ingredients for Chocolate Covered Cherries

  • Cherries ~ I used canned cherries, but you could certainly use fresh cherries
  • Chocolate for Melting ~ I prefer Saco Dolci Frutta featured below
  • Wax Paper

 

Homemade Chocolate Covered Cherries

Easy Directions for Chocolate Covered Cherries

Step 1: Cover a cookie sheet with wax paper ~ The cookie sheet will make it easier to move your Chocolate Covered Cherries.

Step 2: Melt Your Chocolate ~ If you use Saco Dolci Frutta,

Chocolate for Chocolate Covered Fruit

you can melt the chocolate in the microwave in their package container. Melt the chocolate in the microwave for 2 minutes on medium and stir the chocolate until it is completely melted. Other chocolates will need to be melted in a double boiler or a microwavable dish.

Step 3: If you use canned cherries, drain all juice and gently dry cherries If you use fresh cherries, wash and dry.

Step 4: Dip the Cherries in the chocolate

Step 5: Set on wax paper to cool

Step 6: When you have dipped all of your cherries in chocolate, serve or eat.

Best if not refrigerated

 

Step by Step Instructions Shown in Photos

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Homemade Chocolate Covered Cherries

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  1. Margaret says:

    Cynthia, what a wonderful idea! I’ve made both fresh and dried fruits or covered in melted chocolate, but I didn’t realize that canned would work, too. My late grandfather loved cherry cordial candies, and these sound like a healthier version of them (without that thick, sugary filling layer between the fruit and the chocolate). Yum!

    • Cynthia says:

      You are exactly right Margaret! They do not have that sugary layer like the store bought brands. There is very little or no liquid in these which, we think in our home, makes them a whole lot better.

  2. Fay says:

    Love these. The problem is they never make it to gifts …

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