Chocolate Covered Strawberry Popsicles

A little update before we get to this incredible post. I lost my phone. It’s somewhere in the ocean.

I was walking my fussy son on the beach, while my family and I were on a little vacation in Hilton Head. I was a single parent for the week since my husband had to work. So, I had Liam in the moby wrap and had taken a couple of photos of his first beach walk. I slipped it into what I thought was the solid pocket of the moby. Yeah, it wasn’t. It slipped out somewhere while I was wading in the surf. I lost ALL of my photos from the last 4 months…including all of the precious photos of my darling son. It sucks. Just saying. Moral of the story, back up your phone regularly.

My phone is how I am connected to the world. It’s how I communicate with all of you amazing people through the blog, facebook, instagram, twitter, pinterest, etc. I hope that I’ll be back up and running with a phone eventually, but until then, bare with me….and enjoy this refreshing post!

Remember this magic shell?

Yeah, I took it a step further.

These just may be my greatest creation ever.

I just recently purchased a popsicle mold. Let me just say, it’s an excellent investment, especially for the summertime.

It’s so easy to whip up a batch of frozen treats and only takes a few hours of freezing before you get to enjoy them!

These beauties are made purely out of fresh strawberries, then dipped in the amazing dark chocolate magic shell. They are our new favorite go-to dessert in the freezer for a quick and healthy sugar satisfaction!

So, while it’s summertime and fresh produce is at its peak, go ahead and whip some of these popsicles up and thank me later!

Chocolate Covered Strawberry Popsicles

Ingredients

  • 2 cups of freshly puréed strawberries
  • 1/3 cup cold water
  • 2 cups of magic shell

How-To

  1. Blend the puréed strawberries and water together.
  2. Pour into your popsicle mold.
  3. Allow to freeze for at least 4 hours.
  4. Dip in the magic shell.
  5. Enjoy!

Servings: 6 popsicles

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23 Responses to Chocolate Covered Strawberry Popsicles

  1. So sorry to hear about your phone… I know how frustrating an experience that can be!

    On the plus side, these popsicles look fabulous =).

  2. I lost my camera a few summers ago and was heartbroken… I totally feel for you!

    These look fantastic and are so pretty!

  3. Oooooh…such a bummer about your phone! But hopefully you can enjoy a little vacation from the social media world for a few days. :)

    These look amazing! I would never have thought of magic shell for popsicles — perfect!!

  4. I’m sorry for your phone..
    And WOW for the popsicles!

  5. These look so good Caroline! Have a great weekend

  6. Oh noooo, I’m so sorry to hear about your phone! I’m having sympathy anxiety. :(

  7. Evan Thomas says:

    These look fantastic. Now I feel like I need to buy popsicle molds stat.

  8. Tracey says:

    Oh no, SUCH a huge bummer about your phone and the lost photos. I really need to get better about backing mine up. I love these popsicles! Strawberries and chocolate is a match made in heaven :)

  9. Cassie says:

    First, these look amazing, what a great idea! And second, I am so sorry about your phone, I am sure that must be just gut wrenching!!

  10. Julia says:

    That SUCKS about your phone and all the pictures, I’m sorry!!!!! Ugh, my heart hurts for you losing all those precious first pictures of him.
    We lost EVERY SINGLE ONE of our honeymoon pictures as we were backing them up after our honeymoon, so I sorta know how you feel when such precious, once in a lifetime memories, are just LOST!

    But your popsicles look amazing :)

  11. oh my goodness, i’m so sorry to hear about your phone. i know how sad it must feel to have lost your pics. i feel for you, friend!

  12. Elisabeth says:

    Oh, my I just want to cry for you! I can’t imaging loosing newborn photos!

    The popsicles look delicious though. I guess I have a good reason to go get some molds now!

  13. Kat says:

    So delicious! I have to try this!!

    Sorry about your phone. I’ve had mine stolen before. It’s pretty aggravating that you don’t have your photo memories with you anymore.. I get it :(

  14. So sorry to hear about your phone! So not fun!!!! :( But this recipe looks so dang good! Ill be looking forward to this when Im back in the summer heat in three weeks :D

  15. this is such a fun recipe and definitely perfect for summer! I’m so sorry to hear about your phone!! :( I know how you feel… I lost some very special pictures years back when my computer fried.

  16. I didn’t check anything yesterday and was confused by your latest Instagram post when I woke up today. I’m so happy that you got your phone back! And these popsicles look amazing. I love that they don’t have sugar other than what’s in the magic shell! And they look super pretty too. :)

  17. Deborah says:

    So sorry to hear about your phone! I wouldn’t even know how to call my parents without my phone because I don’t know their phone number by heart. (how sad is that!!)

    But these popsicles are beautiful, and I can tell they would taste amazing!

  18. Jenna says:

    Thank you for sharing where you got your ice pop molds at. What an awesome twist on chocolate covered strawberries.

  19. These look so amazing! I will make them and use them to bribe my children :)

  20. Yes! Finally learned that lesson about backing up, the hard way. Love that you used nothing but strawberries and water for the pops.

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  22. Sara A says:

    I’ve been reading your blog for a while but never commented before. But, I used this magic shell on popsicles I made from banana pureed with a little coconut milk and it was so good I had to comment. I’m thinking peanut butter & banana pops + magic shell would be even better! Thanks for the great idea.

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