How Do I Store Chocolate Covered Strawberries? Get rid of them after about 2 days. Strawberries don't have a awful long life after they arrive at the supermarkets, and you can only anticipate to keep them as long as you would if they weren't covered in delectable chocolate.
When you store them in the fridge, keep in a plastic container with waxed paper/parchment to separate each layer of the cooled chocolate. covered strawberries. Keep them on the bottom shelf/ bottom drawer (veggie/fruit) drawer, as this is the coldest area of your fridge.
Choose a covered plastic container to store your chocolate covered strawberries in. Make sure the container is large enough to hold all of the chocolate covered strawberries without squishing or crowding.
Lay the chocolate-covered strawberries on a piece of parchment or waxed paper and store them in the refrigerator for 8 hours to harden thoroughly the chocolate. Remove them from the refrigerator and allow them to come to room temperature if you are going to eat them right away. Do not let the chocolate covered strawberries warm up if you are going to store them.
Put additional piece of paper in and then add your second layer of strawberries. Continue layering the chocolate covered strawberries, placing a piece of paper between each layer, until the container is full or you have used up all of the strawberries.
End your layering action with a piece of the parchment or waxed paper and then put the lid on your container. Place the container in the refrigerator on the bottom shelf or in the bottom vegetable drawer, as this is the coldest spot in the refrigerator. Chocolate-covered strawberries need to be kept very cold when storing.So why am I reading about chocolate covered strawberries on this page.
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