Chocolate and raspberries are a winning combination. In the Prairie Fruit Cookbook I include a recipe for making these amazing chocolate raspberry cups. Today’s raspberry chocolate recipe is much, much easier.
This recipe, and I use that term loosely, comes from fellow blogger Sasha Libby from her blog Saucy’s Sprinkles. It is the ideal recipe for those who…
- always bring buns to the office potluck and are looking to surprise everyone with something different yet super easy
- are quietly whipping up breakfast in bed for someone special
- are looking for a healthy snack kids can make themselves at a party
- are entering the kitchen for the first time
- are looking for more reasons to eat raspberries
- want to decorate cupcakes, cakes or other confectioneries with something a little different
Not sure what to do? Here’s a close up.
Okay, here’s the full recipe.
Easiest Chocolate Raspberries EVER!
- chocolate chips
- Rinse raspberries in a fine mesh sieve or colander. Be gentle!
- Lay on a clean towel and allow to dry for half an hour. Go ahead and do something else while they're drying.
- Insert one or two chocolate chips (depending on size of raspberries) pointy side down into raspberries.
- Place on serving plate or use to garnish something else.
- Eat and enjoy!
Yield as many raspberries as you've got!
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