Chocolate-covered fruit

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A booth selling caramel apples and chocolate-covered fruit at the Christkindlmarkt in Salzburg, Austria

Chocolate-covered fruit include:

Other chocolate-covered fruit such as blueberries, pomegranate, strawberries,[1] oranges, dried apricots, and other candied fruits and citrus peels. Dark chocolate, milk chocolate and while chocolate are used for decoration. Nuts, coconut, chocolate chips, sprinkles, and other toppings are sometimes added. During the Christmas season chocolate covered fruits are sold at European markets.

Cordials include cherries or cherry fillings and also often include liqueur.

Strawberries are often dipped in chocolate. This is a traditional gift for Valentine's Day in the United States. Strawberries are also served with chocolate fountains for dipping, often on wooden skewers. Chocolate fondue with various fruits is eaten for dessert.



Various brands make fruit covered chocolate candies including:

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