Double Chocolate Strawberry Dipped Cupcakes

Hello everyone! Have you noticed that I’m totally addicted to cupcakes and cookie lately right? So since everyone at home loved my Nutella Stuffed Vanilla Cupcakes Topped with Chocolate Covered Strawberry I had to make a variation of it and let me tell you that these double chocolate strawberry dipped cupcakes are SO yummy!

Double Chocolate Strawberry Dipped Cupcakes

Double Chocolate Strawberry Dipped Cupcakes Recipe

My girl loves strawberry and even though she is not a huge fan of chocolate {she likes it but not like to eat a whole bar (thank God for that LOL)} so I thought that making the strawberry dipped cupcakes would give her the right amount of chocolate, cake and strawberry she likes!



  • 1 Cup all purpose flour
  • 1 ½ tsp of baking powder
  • 1 stick of butter at room temperature.
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 2/3 cup of caster sugar
  • 2 eggs
  • 2 tbsp of sour cream

*Fresh strawberries.

Chocolate Dip and Stuffing

  • 1 tsp of butter
  • 1 cup of Milk Chocolate Chips


Pre-heat the oven to 350ºF {180ºC} and line muffin pan with cupcake liners. I used these cute Easter patterned I got from Wholeport.

Cream the butter on medium speed until it’s very soft and creamy then add little by little the sugar for about 5 minutes.

I a small bowl mix the flour, baking powder.

Start adding to the butter mixture without turning off the mixer the vanilla extract. Wait about one minute and add the eggs one at a time {including the yolks}.

Then little by little add the flour mixture to the batter and the sour cream. Mix for a couple more. Turn off the mixer.

Divide evenly the batter for 10 cupcakes and cook for about 20 minutes. To make sure insert a toothpick in the middle 5 min before and if it comes clean it’s done.

Wait a few minutes and place the cupcakes in a cooling rack. Let them cool completely.

Chocolate Dip and stuffing

Melt the chocolate chips with the butter on bain marie with 1 tbs of butter. When melted mix well and let it cool a little bit.


Dip each Strawberry in the chocolate and place them on a plate and put them in the fridge so the chocolate would harden again.

I made some a hole on the top of each cupcake with an apple corer. I pressed it down then turned it around a bit and pulled most of them and the center piece came out with the tool. So I kept just the top part as a lid.

Fill the hole with chocolate dip, you can use an icing bag or just a zip lock cutting one corner. Put the cupcake lid back.

Then with a spoon I poured some Dip on top of each cupcake and place a dipped strawberry on top.

Serve and enjoy!


Oooh those strawberry dipped cupcakes turned out TOO yummy!!!

What do you think???? Aren’t you mouthwatering??? Like this recipe???

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  1. Mmm, I love chocolate but I think you’re onto something here with not using a chocolate cake. It sounds and looks like the perfect amount. Thanks for sharing on Foodie Friday

    1. Thanks so much Adelina!, Glad you like it! Yeah I think it was a good proportions even though I don’t complain when a cupcake is made completely with Chocolate LOL. I’m kind of weak when it comes to Chocolate! Yummmmmm… But these were Just delicious!

  2. These look almost too good to eat! I’m so glad you shared this at the Frugal Crafty Home Blog Hop because this post will be one of the features at our next party! Thanks so much for sharing this awesome recipe with our readers!

    1. Awww Thanks so much Carrie, I’m glad I linked up there then!!! =D. Thanks so much for the feature. I’ll stop by for sure!

    1. Hi Rachel… I didn’t know you were from Brazil. I was born there, in Sao Paulo but my mom and I left when I was 6yo. I’m glad you like my cupcakes it was so yummy!
      Thanks so much for visiting!

  3. Cami-
    Somehow I always end up at your blog during blog hops (this time from Sunday Showcase)! These look amazing and not good at all for my diet. So… I am going to pin for later when I need a good cheat day!


    1. And I’m glad you do LOL! Always happy to have you around! Well whenever you cheat on our diet I’ll be happy to inspire you!!!

  4. Looks so yummy! I am not sure what caster sugar is…I will have to look it up. I still am trying to figure out how to make a great homemade cupcake!! Will try these.

    1. Hi Elizabeth! I had the same question a few months ago. Caster Sugar is a sugar that is thinner {smaller grain} than regular sugar but not as powder than Icing Sugar. What I like about it is that it easily combine on the batter without leaving crumbs. I’ve struggle to get a good cupcake recipe… This one has been the best I’ve got. The thing is that the environment has a strong influence on the food and here is very dry so the recipes I used to make in USA or in Venezuela here becomes a bit drier so I’ve had to research that and following some tips. I found out that sour cream and some fat ingredients help a lot to have a moister cakes and cupcakes. Hope this one turns out well for you.
      XOXO thanks for stopping by!