Strawberry Robin Lollipops

Recipe courtesy of Waitrose

Strawberry Robin Lollipops

Strawberry Robin Lollipops: Great For Christmas Parties. Hello friends, so how are you today? Happy Sunday. I have a fun recipe to share with you today. How sweet are these Strawberry Robin lollipops.

Fancy making some with the children? Christmas treats; Vegetarian/Christmas. Add a sweet and festive touch to your Christmas parties with these Strawberry Robin Lollipops! Explore the perfect holiday treat that’s as delicious as it is adorable.

Find out how these delightful lollipops can make your celebrations even merrier. Get ready to unwrap the secrets to a berry delightful Christmas!

How To Make Strawberry Robin Lollipops:

Festive lollipops: Strawberry Robin Lollipops Recipe. Making Strawberry Robin Lollipops is a delightful and creative Christmas adventure that brings a burst of sweetness to any occasion. To start, gather fresh, plump strawberries and wash them thoroughly.

Next, carefully add the strawberries, to the sticks. In a double boiler, melt high-quality white chocolate until smooth, and gently dip each strawberry into the luscious white chocolate, coating it generously.

Place the chocolate-coated strawberries on parchment paper and allow them to set. Now, for the fun part – transforming these chocolate-dipped delights into charming robin lollipops. Dip into the milk chocolate attach a piece of flack for the tail a piece of honeycomb above the robin’s breast for its beak and a dark chocolate curl on each side for its wings

Let your creativity flow by adding additional details with colourful food colour for the eyes. Once complete, let the lollipops chill until fully set. These Strawberry Robin Lollipops are not only visually appealing but also a deliciously whimsical treat that will surely delight both children and adults alike.

Table Of Contents:

  • Firstly, Strawberry Robin Lollipops Ingredients.
  • Secondly, Strawberry Robin Lollipops Method.
  • Thirdly, Other Recipe Ideas.

Preparation time: 30 minutes + setting
Cooking time: 15 minutes
Total time: 45 minutes + setting

Makes: 12


  • 12 strawberries, not hulled
  • 150g pack Cooks’ Homebaking White Chocolate, broken into chunks
  • 150g pack Cooks’ Homebaking Milk Chocolate, broken into chunks
  • 32g Cadbury Flake, cut into thin sticks
  • 12 Cooks’ Homebaking Honeycomb Niblets
  • 24 Cooks’ Homebaking Dark Chocolate Curls
  • Dr Oetker Gel Food Colour Jet Black
  • 12 wooden skewers or lollipop sticks

Strawberry Robin Lollipops:

Red robin lollipops:


  1. Firstly, thread each of the strawberries onto a skewer or lollipop stick, and push the other end of the skewer into a styrofoam block to use as a holder. Alternatively, cut a thin slice from the base of a baking potato or fill a jam jar with sugar, to use as a holder.
  2. Melt the 2 types of chocolate separately in 2 small bowls over a pan of simmering water. Dip each of the strawberries into the white chocolate, leaving an inverted ‘V’ shape uncovered for the robin’s red breast. Allow to set.
  3. Then dip the strawberries into the milk chocolate, leaving an inverted red ‘V’ shape with a border of white around it. After dipping, return each skewer to the stand to set. Before the milk chocolate hardens completely, fix a small stick of the Flake on the back of the strawberry for a tail, a piece of honeycomb above the robin’s breast for its beak and a dark chocolate curl on each side for its wings. Allow to set. Last but not least, add the eyes using 2 dots of black food colouring gel.
Strawberry Robin Lollipops

Strawberry Robin Lollipops: Recipe courtesy of Waitrose. So what do you think of these Strawberry Robin Lollipops? Do you also fancy making some? As always, please share your thoughts in the comments below ↓ Enjoy your weekend.


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Strawberry Robin Lollipops:

Strawberry Robin Lollipops. Finally, lovelies; I hope you like this post? Also hit the tags for more tasty recipes. If so, why not follow along so you never miss a post? So remember you can also share your thoughts here too in the comments below.

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  1. Helen at the Lazy Gastronome
    10 December 2019 / 14:57

    These are so cute!! Thanks for sharing at the What’s for Dinner party. Have a wonderful week!

  2. Lisa L Lombardo
    10 December 2019 / 14:36

    These are so cute and look delicious! I found you on Over the Moon.

    I am sharing a 12 Days of Christmas Cookies Party where all holiday recipes are welcome! I would love to have you share your recipes with us…we’re creating an eBook cookbook with links to all of the original posts to share with our contributors!

    Hope to see you there!

  3. The Charm of Home
    13 December 2017 / 16:02

    Thanks for sharing at Home Sweet Home! Merry Christmas!

  4. Cindy D.
    7 December 2017 / 22:04

    I LOVE the Robin lollipops! I have never seen anything like this before! You are always so creative! These look so fresh & good!- Natalie

  5. Helena TheQueenofCollage
    3 December 2017 / 15:30

    These are certainly naughty but nice. #mmbc

  6. The Lazy Gastronome & Pleasures of the NW
    2 December 2017 / 16:51

    How cute!! What a great idea – Thanks for sharing at the What's for Dinner party!

  7. stephanie
    29 November 2017 / 23:41

    those look so good!

  8. Jess
    28 November 2017 / 21:45

    SO cute!! :)I would love for you to share this with my Facebook Group for recipes, crafts, tips, and tricks. Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J & J!

  9. mummyhereandthere
    27 November 2017 / 18:37

    They look so simple but so beautiful and something that I could manage. They look such a lovely festive treat X #mmbc

  10. Pinkiebag Pinkiebag
    27 November 2017 / 17:44

    Hi, What a fab idea for the festive season I could easily adapt these to be dairy free, so shall be giving it a try #MMBC

  11. Cheryl
    27 November 2017 / 12:59

    What a fun idea. I'll have to squirrel this idea away for the holidays. Bit more healthy than the sugary sweet variety. #MMBC

  12. Kim Carberry
    27 November 2017 / 09:46

    Aww! They are just adorable. They sound so simple to make too x #MMBC

  13. Heather{Our Life In a Click}
    27 November 2017 / 03:27

    These are so adorable!

  14. The Lazy Gastronome & Pleasures of the NW
    26 November 2017 / 21:59

    Those are just too cute! I'd love to have you share at our what's for dinner party!

    • 27 November 2017 / 09:19

      Thanks for the invite. I will hop over now.

  15. Nancy Baten
    26 November 2017 / 20:53

    The look spectaculair!

  16. Tamar SB
    26 November 2017 / 11:53

    Those are Bake Off worthy!