Here’s a little treat for you raspberry lovers that I adapted from an idea I found on Pinterest. These little beauties are great any time of day. They’re yummy for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Trust me, I’ve eaten them for all three & every time they were delish.Read this original post from Moore Minutes to see how she made her Frozen Yogurt Stuffed Raspberries & a few other healthy snack ideas.For some reason, the first thing I thought of when I read the post was, “Oohh! Wouldn’t these be great stuffed with cream cheese? And chocolate. Yeah, chocolate.”And when I saw some beautiful raspberries the other day, I decided to give it a try.Want to try some for yourself? Here’s what to do:Wash the berries & let them dry. Mix together 8 oz. of softened cream cheese & 1/2 cup of powdered sugar. (This is plenty to fill about 2 cups of berries.)Pipe the filling into the raspberries using a pastry bag or mechanical pastry bag. You may be able to do this with a ziploc bag with the corner snipped off if you don’t have the pastry bag & tips. Just be sure the cream cheese is softened & the tip is not too small, otherwise it’s tough to pipe it out.After that, I added a little chocolate chip to each one just because I think chocolate makes almost anything better.They’re pretty & yummy. In fact, they’re pretty yummy.There really are a ton of possibilities with this & many of them are listed in the original post. My sister made her version by stuffing mini chocolate chips in the berry & topping with a little whipped cream. I’ve got you thinking now, don’t I? What version will you try? I’m sharing this post with a few of these friends. Visit them for more inspiring ideas!
Browse the Archives
Browse by Tag
Back-to-School Birthdays Blogging Chalkboards Christmas Crafting Decorating Dining Room DIY Entertaining Faith Fall Family Family Room Free Printables Front Porch Furniture Redo Gift Ideas Giveaway Humor Inspiration Kids Kitchen Life My Style Our House Outdoor Decorating Painting Paper Crafting Parties Piano Room Pretty Preppy Party Recipes Screened Porch Seasonal Shelves Sewing Sponsored Post Spring Summer Tablescapes Thanksgiving Thrift Store Finds Travel Valentine's Day Wreaths