This Strawberry Chocolate Chip Bundt Cake is a delicious and fun way to say, “I love you” to your family and friends. Chocolate chips and chocolate covered strawberries make this easy cake a pretty treat for any party or dinner.
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Some of the things I remember doing when I was much younger were playing outside, climbing trees, and hiking through the woods. It was a much simpler time without the internet and all these gaming devices that kids have now.
We used our imagination and played with leaves and sticks. It’s kind of funny to look back at how much of a tomboy I was growing up. That isn’t me at all now. Getting dirty and being outside too much isn’t my cup of tea now.
One thing that I used to be opposed to was the color pink. Tomboys didn’t wear pink! It was blue all the way. Fast forward 20+ years and now I’m a girlie girl who wears pink and loves cute clothes and accessories. Funny how that happens.
Not only do I like to wear pink, but I love baking pink food too. A few years ago I made these pretty strawberry cheesecake cupcakes that are always popular this time of year, so this year I wanted to make a fun pink cake.
I have noticed lately that I have a thing for bundt cakes. Seriously, every cake I have made lately has been a bundt. What can I say, “I like big bundts, and I cannot lie.” LOL!
I found these fun stickers and straws at Target and thought they would make a fun decoration for the top of the cake. They aren’t necessary, but they are totally cute!
These bundt cakes are so soft and delicious that they really do not need any frosting. But I also have a thing against naked cakes, so I like to add chocolate drizzles. Again probably not necessary, but it really does make the cake that much prettier. And really extra chocolate is never a bad idea!
The last thing I added to the cake were some chocolate covered strawberries. You can use store bought ones if you want, but they are very easy to make on your own.
The biggest thing that I have learned with doing chocolate covered strawberries is that room temperature berries dip better. Cold ones tend to get slimy. And we know that slimy and chocolate is not a good combo!
Make sure you use a good quality chocolate for dipping. Not only will it work better, but it will taste much better too. I rolled a few of them in mini chocolate chips for some texture. You could use nuts or sprinkles too. Sprinkled berries would look so fun on top of this cake.
Use a little bit of the melted chocolate to attach the finished berries to the top of the cake, and push the decorated straws into the back. Then get ready for everyone to think you bought the cake from the store because it looks so fancy! True story!
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