Homemade Raspberry Ruffles

4.5/5 - (6 votes)

Raspberry Ruffles are a delicious chocolate treat from my childhood. Desiccated coconut, raspberry flavouring and dark chocolate combine to make Raspberry Ruffles.

It is quick to make a delicious homemade version. Jelly powder provides the raspberry flavour. Simply combine the desiccated coconut and jelly powder with condensed milk and sugar to create the flavoured filling. Then coat that filling with coat it with your preferred dark chocolate.

Raspberry Ruffles

Desiccated coconut is used for the paste, although it can be ground a little for a finer result. Although I used 2 packets of raspberry jelly powder the amount required is a matter of taste. Certainly just one packet would give a good result. Condensed milk binds the ingredients creating a paste. The paste is used to form into balls. Then chocolate coats the balls, creating the raspberry ruffles.

My Ruffles

My ruffles had the perfect texture. They tasted so good and were so easy to make. Although I made them for myself they are perfect as little Christmas gifts. Personally, I kept these to myself.

Homemade Raspberry Ruffles – Video

Another easy chocolate treat is Chocolate Caramel Bars.

Homemade Raspberry Ruffles

Recipe by geoffcooCourse: Desserts, Stove top recipesCuisine: SweetsDifficulty: Easy


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  • 2 sachets(23g) raspberry jelly powder

  • 200g(2 2/3 cups) desiccated coconut

  • 160g(1/2 cup) condensed milk

  • 60g(1/2 cup) icing sugar

  • 250g(9 oz) dark chocolate


  • Mix the jelly powder into the icing sugar.
  • Add that mixture into the coconut and stir to combine.
  • Pour in the condensed milk and mix everything into a thick paste, using your hands to pull it all together.
  • Create 24 balls of the paste, about 18g (2/3 of an ounce) each and place them on a tray.
  • Melt the chocolate on a bain-marie or in a microwave(stirring every 10 secs).
  • Dip each ball in the chocolate to coat it entirely.
  • Drain the excess chocolate and place the balls on some parchment paper until the chocolate coating has set.

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