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how to put alcohol in strawberries

how to put alcohol in strawberries

how to put alcohol in strawberries

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how to put alcohol in strawberries
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Drunken Chocolate Covered Strawberries

Drunken Chocolate Covered Strawberries infused with alcohol is the next best thing, similar to its plain equivalent, but BETTER! A simple yet elegant dessert to spoil yourself or those special people in your life, this is a different take to drunken strawberries normally coated in granulated sugar.


A versatile how-to if you will, Drunken Chocolate Covered Strawberries can be made with whatever alcohol you like! Serve them at parties, gatherings, brunch, on Mother’s Day, birthdays OR for your special someone on Valentine’s Day.


STRAWBERRIES: Use firm, vibrant-coloured ripe strawberries for this recipe. Wash them well before soaking in alcohol.
ALCOHOL: You don’t need an expensive bottle of alcohol for this recipe. although I do recommend using your favourite brand.
CHOCOLATE: Dark, semi-sweet, milk chocolate or white. Use your favourite, because drunken strawberries covered in ANY chocolate are a hit wherever you serve them!


So easy and quick to make, our platters run out in seconds after putting them out.

First, SOAK strawberries in a bowl of your alcohol of choice. Cover and refrigerate for about one hour.


I’ve found over the years that the best tasting strawberries have been infused with a spirits or dry alcohol. Prosecco, Champagne, Vodka, Rum, White wine, Red wine or Rosé work really well with strawberries. Coating them in chocolate locks in their sweet syrup, which mixes with the flavours of alcohol in every bite!


It takes an hour of soaking for strawberries to absorb alcohol flavours, however, you CAN soak them overnight for a stronger flavour. The longer they soak, the more alcohol these drunken strawberries will absorb.

Don’t discard the alcohol once you’re done. Reserve it for other uses, for example: sangria, cocktails, or simply save it to drink later.

Drunken Chocolate Covered Strawberries are too easy!


  • 3 cups dry alcohol of choice, (Vodka, champagne, Prosecco, sparkling white wine)
  • 5 ounces (150g) semisweet chocolate, broken into smaller blocks or chopped
  • 5 ounces (150g) milk chocolate, broken into smaller blocks or chopped
  • 2 teaspoons coconut oil
  • 2 pounds strawberries with stems, (1 kg | about 20 strawberries)
  • 2 oz (60g) white chocolate, for decoration


  • Line a sheet pan with parchment or wax paper. Set aside.
  • Place strawberries in a large bowl. Cover completely with vodka (add more if needed). Refrigerate for at least 1 hour, or up to 5 hours if time allows.
  • Drain strawberries, reserve vodka for future use. Thoroughly pat strawberries dry with paper towel. (The chocolate will not stick if the strawberries are not dried well).
  • In a microwave-safe bowl, combine semisweet chocolate, milk chocolate and coconut oil. Microwave in 30-second intervals, stirring in between, until completely melted.
  • Pierce the stem-end of a strawberry with a fork and dip strawberry into the melted chocolate. Lift strawberry just above the bowl and twist around a couple of times to let excess chocolate drip off. Place strawberry on lined pan and repeat with remaining strawberries. Chill until the chocolate sets, about 15-30 minutes.
how to put alcohol in strawberries
how to put alcohol in strawberries
  • To drizzle strawberry with white chocolate for effect: Melt white chocolate using the same directions as above. Dip the tip of a fork into the chocolate and drizzle in a zig-zag pattern over the dipped strawberries. Let set in the refrigerator for a further 30 minutes, or until set.

How to Make Alcohol‐Infused Chocolate‐Covered Strawberries

Who doesn’t enjoy a boozy snack? Try chocolate covered strawberries infused with alcohol! This quick treat can feed a party or just serve as a sweet snack at the end of the day. The boozy snack can be made that much better with added toppings such as nuts, sprinkles and cookie crumbs.

Clean the strawberries by putting them in a bowl and then running them under warm water.
Dump the strawberries onto the paper towels and pat them dry once they have been cleaned.
Lay a piece of wax paper on the cookie sheet, being sure to cover the entire surface.
Put the pot on the stove and set to a medium heat.
Add 1 cup of melting chocolate and 1 tbsp of vegetable oil to the pot.
Continue to stir the chocolate until the sauce is smooth and the chocolate is completely melted.
Pick one strawberry up by the stem and submerge it in the chocolate.
Place the strawberry on the cookie sheet and repeat step 7.
Pour the alcohol into the ¼ cup and stick the point of the clear pipette into the alcohol.
Squeeze the top of the pipette to fill the well with alcohol.
Stick the alcohol filled pipette carefully into the top of the strawberry.
Repeat the last step until all the pipettes are in the strawberries.
Place the strawberries in the fridge for 30 minutes and serve!
how to put alcohol in strawberries
how to put alcohol in strawberries

How do you inject fruit with alcohol?

Every berry is a different size and will accept varying amounts of liqueur. In our experience it is somewhere between ½ teaspoon and 1 teaspoon. Draw the liqueur up into the syringe. Insert the syringe in the top of the berry (we push aside the leaves) and slowly inject alcohol.

Can strawberries absorb alcohol?

The longer the berries soak, the more alcohol they will absorb. You can reserve the alcohol the strawberries soaked in for other uses.

How long do I soak fruit in alcohol?

No matter which version you choose, all you have to do is chop the fruit, put it in a bowl, cover it with your alcohol of choice, and let it sit in the fridge for 2 to 3 hours.

What fruit soaks up alcohol the best?

The Best Booze Soaked Fruits
  • Bourbon Soaked Cherries. If there’s fruit, it counts as health food, right? …
  • Vodka Soaked Strawberries. Straight from the berry patch of your dreams | Recipe.
  • Champagne Soaked, Frosting Covered Strawberries. …
  • Frozen, Beer Soaked Watermelon.

Can fruit soaked in alcohol get you drunk?

Strictly, since the question was “Does the fruit have higher alcohol content than the punch” the answer is no. … Given a long enough time the concentration would be the same in the fruit and the punch. For someone unused to alcohol that could be enough to affect them.

Can I inject vodka into an orange?

‘Juice’ Up Your Citrus
The classic way to get your drink on discreetly is the vodka-filled grapefruit or orange. … The key here is to inject the fruit from many angles (ideally, at least once in every citrus segment if not more) and to depress the syringe gently.

What do u soak strawberries in?

To get extra grime and chemicals off your berries, fill a large bowl with four parts water to one part white vinegar. Place the berries in the bowl so that they are completely submerged with the vinegar wash, and soak for 20 minutes. Rinse the fruit thoroughly under cool water and pat dry with cloth or paper towels.

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