Strawberries with pink chocolate

Pink Monday, baby shower, gender reveal or theme party? It doesn’t matter, you don’t need a reason to make this recipe, because these pink Beekers Berries strawberries with chocolate would always make you happy! In this recipe you can read how we make this pink treat.

We at Beekers Berries like to be inspired by the flavors and colors of nature. That’s why we made our own pink sugar for these chocolate strawberries, using the natural color and flavorings of our Beekers Berries raspberries. This way you can have your own sugar decoration in no time, without artificial colors! Splendid on these strawberries with chocolate, but it can also be used as decoration on cupcakes or cake.


Ruby chocolate

You may not expect it, but the pink color in the ruby chocolate we use to decorate the strawberries with has no coloring added. The pink color occurs naturally in the cocoa beans from which the chocolate is made. Therefore this chocolate is not white, milk or dark chocolate, but a unique fourth type. In addition to its unique appearance, Ruby chocolate also has a surprising taste, which is also naturally present in the chocolate. The taste is reminiscent of white chocolate with raspberries, but rather than reading about it, it is better to taste it yourself of course. You can buy ruby chocolate at most baking stores, but sometimes also in the supermarket in the isle with baking supplies.


For 1 box of strawberries




  • Paper cupcake wrappers or parchment paper
  • Saucepan
  • 2 heat-resistant bowls or dishes
  • Spoons
  • Fork
  • Paper towels




Pink sugar
  1. Put the granulated sugar in a bowl and add one Beekers Berries raspberry.
  2. Crush the raspberry with the back of a spoon against the inside of the bowl so that the juice comes out.
  3. Mix the sugar with this juice until it gets the desired color. If necessary, you can repeat step 2 with an extra raspberry.
  4. Put the sugar on a paper towel and pat it dry between two pieces as much as possible. You can now remove the seeds and pieces of the raspberry.
  5. Make sure that the sugar is as loose as possible on the paper so that it can dry properly. Do not cover the sugar, but let it air dry.


  1. Break the chocolate bar into as small pieces as possible. If you use chocolate drops, made for baking, you can skip this step.
  2. Put the chocolates into two separate bowls. Bring a little water to the boil in the saucepan. Reduce the heat to low and place the bowl on the pan so that the steam heats the bowl. This way (au bain marie) the chocolate does not get warmer than 100°C and it will not burn.
  3. Stir the chocolate until it is completely melted and do the same with the other bowl of chocolate.
  4. Prick a Beekers Berries strawberry at the crown on a fork.
  5. Dip the strawberry in the chocolate and twist the strawberry so that it is covered on all sides with a layer of chocolate.
  6. Remove the strawberry from the chocolate in a swirling motion and place on a baking paper or paper cupcake shape.
  7. Decorate the strawberry by dropping some of the sugar decoration straight on the wet chocolate. You can also choose to let the strawberries with chocolate harden in the fridge and then add chocolate stripes with the other color as decoration. Of course you can also let your creativity take over and come up with other patterns or decorations. It’s totally up to you!
  8. Let the chocolate covered strawberries harden in the fridge for a nice crunch.


And… serve! Enjoy,


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