Fresh ripe raspberries are stuffed with white chocolate for a simple and sweet treat! Plus, Raspberry Rockets is fun to say! Perfect for Valentine’s Day or anytime.
I’d like to say that I was so consumed with Superbowl food (like my cheesy corn dip and mini tortellini kabobs), that I completely spaced on Valentine’s delicacies. But the fact is V-Day falls so close to Haley’s birthday that all my focus is always on her special day. Also, if it doesn’t involve a large group or having the day off from work, then it ain’t no holiday!
But I know most of you are expecting soooomething. Come on Amy! Show me a red and white cake…some heart shaped cookies…a picture of people kissing…something!
So I bring you these Raspberry Rockets – raspberries stuffed with white chocolate. They’re red and white, involve chocolate, and no cooking. A great after-school-snack or welcome-home-from-work-dear goodie, or I-could-have-just-given-you-fruit-but-stuffed-chocolate-inside-it treat that says I love you.
if when you make these, be sure to buy ripe, but firm raspberries, very gently rinse them and allow them to air dry before stuffing them.
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