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  • Linda Mullin

    Ice tray + strawberries + melted chocolate = super simple chocolate covered strawberries

  • Chocoholics Philippines

    How to make Chocolate Strawberry Tray. 1. Melt chocolate. 2. Get ice cube tray, 3. Pour chocolate, 4. Drop strawberries in 5. Refrigerate 6. Wait for chocolate to harden then ENJOY!

  • Chelsea Harper

    Melted chocolate in an ice cube tray with a strawberry. Easy chocolate covered strawberries!

  • Brittney Cable

    Photo: It's the berries. Fill an ice tray with berries, add melted chocolate, refrigerate until chocolate hardens. Break apart pieces. You can use chocolate bark, or any type of chocolate melted.

  • Brita

    Fill ice cube tray with melted chocolate. Put strawberries in. Place in fridge till frozen. Strawberry chocolate bar!

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