Twice a year (for Sweetest Day and Valentine’s Day) we sell our hand-made, hand-dipped chocolate covered strawberries.

After we go through and hand-inspect each berry, our “dippers” hand-dip each strawberry in chocolate (milk or dark) and then do a chocolate drizzle over the top in the other type of chocolate. Every day we sell these, we make them fresh right before we open the store and then throughout the day.

Unfortunately, chocolate-covered strawberries have a short shelf life, they are really at their best in the first day, maybe two. This is due to the amount of liquid in the strawberry and the tendency of it to get a bit mushy with time. However, that shouldn’t matter to anyone, because who will have any left after a day anyways?