Frozen Chocolate Raspberries with Peanut Butter

chocolate covered frozen raspberries on plate

Treat yourself to the irresistible combination of juicy raspberries, creamy peanut butter, and luscious dark chocolate. These frozen chocolate raspberries with peanut butter create a mouthwatering fusion that guarantees to satisfy your sweet cravings.

With minimal effort, you can whip up a scrumptious and healthy sweet snack that’s not only delicious but also perfect for sharing! If you are looking for other delicious No Bake Vegan Desserts you can view the full collection here.

Ingredients & Substitutions

To create these delightful frozen chocolate raspberries with peanut butter, you’ll only need three main ingredients: juicy raspberries, creamy peanut butter, and luscious dark chocolate.

However, if you’re looking to switch things up, there are some fantastic substitutions you can consider. If raspberries aren’t readily available, you can easily swap them out for other berries like strawberries or blueberries to add a different fruity twist.

Likewise, if you’re not a fan of peanut butter, feel free to experiment with alternative options such as almond butter, cashew butter, or any other nut butter that tickles your taste buds.

Lastly, if you prefer a different chocolate flavor, you can explore using milk chocolate or even white chocolate for a delightful variation. The best part of this recipe is its flexibility, allowing you to tailor it to your liking and get creative with the ingredients. So go ahead, unleash your culinary imagination, and savor the sweet results!

Helpful Tools

To make the process of creating these frozen chocolate raspberries with peanut butter even more enjoyable, it’s helpful to have a few essential tools on hand. Here are some recommended items that will aid in preparing this delightful treat:

  • Baking Sheet: A baking sheet lined with parchment paper provides a clean and convenient surface for arranging the raspberries and setting the chocolate-coated berries.
  • Double Boiler or Microwave-Safe Bowl: To melt the chocolate, you can either use a double boiler, which gently heats the chocolate without scorching it, or a microwave-safe bowl if you prefer a quicker method. Both options work well; choose the one that suits your preference and equipment availability.
  • Fork and Spoon (for Chocolate Coating): Using a fork and spoon combination, you can efficiently coat each raspberry in the melted chocolate. The fork helps lift the raspberry out of the chocolate, while the spoon assists in pouring the chocolate over the berry.
  • Freezer: The freezer plays a crucial role in setting and solidifying the chocolate-coated raspberries. Ensure you have enough freezer space to accommodate the baking sheet and allow the dessert to freeze properly.

How to Make Frozen Chocolate Raspberries

Start by covering a baking sheet with parchment paper. This will provide a clean surface for your delicious creation.

Spread out the juicy raspberries evenly on the baking sheet, leaving a little space between each berry. This allows them to freeze and set properly.

raspberries on baking sheet top view for frozen chocolate raspberries

Use a fork to carefully flatten the raspberries. This step makes it easier to apply the peanut butter later on.

Now, it’s time to add a dollop of creamy peanut butter on top of each raspberry. Feel free to be generous with the amount!

raspberries with peanut. butter on baking sheet

Once you’ve added the peanut butter, place the baking sheet in the freezer. Allow the raspberries and peanut butter to freeze for about 30-60 minutes. This will give them a delightful frozen texture.

While waiting for the berries to freeze, melt your dark chocolate. You can either use a double boiler or microwave it in short increments. Stir the chocolate occasionally for smooth and silky results.

vegan frozen chocolate raspberries on baking sheet

Once the raspberries are frozen and the chocolate is melted, it’s time to coat the berries. Take a fork and carefully dip each raspberry into the melted chocolate. Use the fork to lift the raspberry out of the chocolate, allowing any excess to drip off.

For an aesthetic touch, you can drizzle thin lines of the remaining melted chocolate over the berries using a spoon. Get creative with your designs!

chocolate covered frozen raspberries in hand vegan

Place the chocolate-coated raspberries back on the baking sheet and return them to the freezer. Let them sit for around 5 minutes, allowing the chocolate to set and become delightfully crunchy.

Just before serving, take the frozen treats out of the freezer and let them sit for a few minutes to soften slightly. This will enhance the flavors and make them even more enjoyable to eat.

Tips & Tricks

  • Choose Ripe and Juicy Raspberries: Opt for ripe raspberries that are plump and juicy to enhance the flavor and texture of your frozen treats.
  • Flatten Raspberries with a Fork: Gently press down on the raspberries with a fork to create a flat surface. This makes it easier to add the peanut butter and keeps everything in place.
  • Explore Different Peanut Butter Varieties: Experiment with various types of peanut butter, such as crunchy or honey-roasted, to introduce different textures and flavors to your recipe.
  • Stir Chocolate While Melting: When melting the chocolate, stir it occasionally to prevent burning and achieve a smooth consistency throughout.
  • Allow Excess Chocolate to Drip Off: To achieve a glossy finish, let any excess chocolate drip off the raspberries before placing them back on the baking sheet. This ensures a clean and polished appearance.
  • Get Creative with Toppings: Consider adding extra toppings such as crushed nuts, shredded coconut, or a sprinkle of sea salt for added texture and flavor complexity.
  • Place Baking Sheet in Coldest Part of Freezer: To expedite the freezing process, position the baking sheet in the coldest part of your freezer. This helps the raspberries and chocolate set more quickly.

FAQ: Frozen Chocolate Raspberries

Can I use frozen raspberries instead of fresh ones?

While fresh raspberries are recommended for this recipe, you can use frozen raspberries if fresh ones are not available. Keep in mind that frozen raspberries may have a softer texture once thawed.

Can I use a different type of chocolate?

Absolutely! While dark chocolate is commonly used, you can experiment with milk chocolate or even white chocolate for a different flavor profile. Just adjust the sweetness according to your preference.

Can I substitute the peanut butter with a different nut butter?

Of course! Feel free to swap out the peanut butter with almond butter, cashew butter, or any other nut butter you enjoy. The choice is yours to create a flavor combination that suits your taste buds.

How long can I store these frozen chocolate raspberries?

If stored in an airtight container, these treats can be kept in the freezer for up to 2-3 weeks. However, they are best enjoyed within the first few days to ensure optimal taste and texture.

Can children help with this recipe?

Absolutely! This recipe is a great opportunity to involve children in the kitchen. They can help with tasks such as flattening the raspberries, adding peanut butter, or drizzling chocolate. Just ensure proper supervision during the melting and handling of hot ingredients.

chocolate covered frozen raspberries on plate

Frozen Chocolate Raspberries with Peanut Butter

Indulge in the delightful combination of juicy raspberries, creamy peanut butter, and luscious dark chocolate with these frozen chocolate raspberries. In just a few easy steps, you can create a scrumptious and healthy sweet treat!
5 from 4 votes
Prep Time 15 minutes
Total Time 1 hour 15 minutes
Course Dessert, Snack
Cuisine American, French

Ingredients
  

Instructions
 

  • Cover a baking sheet with parchment paper. Spread out the raspberries evenly throughout the baking sheet. Leave a little space between each berry.
  • Carefully flatten the raspberries using a fork. This will make it easier to apply the peanut butter.
  • Next, place a small dollop of peanut butter on top of each raspberry.
  • Place the baking sheet into the freezer, and allow the berries and peanut butter to freeze (about 30-60mins).
  • Melt your chocolate either using a double boiler, or microwaving for 30 second increments. Using a fork and a spoon, carefully coat each raspberry in the chocolate, using the fork to lift the raspberry out of the melted chocolate bowl. If desired, use the remaining melted chocolate to drizzle thin lines overtop of the berries for aesthetic.
  • Place back on the baking sheet, and place back in the freezer to allow the chocolate to set. (about 5 mins) Before serving, allow them to sit out for a few minutes to soften. Enjoy!

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Conclusion

These frozen chocolate raspberries with peanut butter are a delightful treat that combines the tanginess of raspberries, the creaminess of peanut butter, and the richness of dark chocolate. With their easy preparation and customizable options, they are perfect for satisfying your sweet cravings.

Whether you enjoy them as a quick snack, a party treat, or a special frozen dessert, these frozen delights are sure to bring joy and delight to your taste buds! If you’re interested in more plant-based frozen recipes like this, feel free to explore my complete Vegan Frozen Desserts Recipes Collection here.

8 thoughts on “Frozen Chocolate Raspberries with Peanut Butter

  1. Rebecca says:

    5 stars
    WOW these are so so good! Chocolate and raspberries are my favourite combo, these are the perfect healthy treat!!

  2. Angela says:

    5 stars
    These were so delicious and pretty easy to make just the freezing takes time

    • spicyveganfood says:

      Thank you so much Angela! and yes the freezing does take a little time but worth it in the end!

  3. Becca says:

    5 stars
    Yum these were really tasty. I used a very dark vegan chocolate and was so nice.

  4. Riley says:

    5 stars
    These are delicious! Didn’t last very long in my house.

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