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White Raspberry and Chocolate Creams

This Valentine’s Day, celebrate your love with homemade White Raspberry and Chocolate Cream Candies!

white raspberry and chocolate creams

White Raspberry and Chocolate Creams

White Raspberry and Chocolate Creams


  • 3 ¾ cups powdered sugar
  • ¼ to ½ teaspoon pure raspberry extract (depending on how strong you would like the flavor to be).
  • 4 ounces of softened cream cheese
  • 8 ounces of milk or dark chocolate for centers


  • Prep: line baking sheets with parchment or wax paper and clear enough room in your refrigerator for them.
  • You may opt to use your hands or a mixer to combine the cream cheese and powdered sugar. If your cream cheese is still a bit too chilled then the heat of your hands will help soften and combine everything easier.
  • Slowly add the powdered sugar to your cream cheese, we did about ½ to 1 cup at a time, make sure it was fully incorporated and then added more. You’ll be looking for a consistency that is moldable but not sticky. Once fully combined you’ll add the raspberry extract, again, mix or knead thoroughly.
  • Remove the kneaded ball from the bowl and loosely wrap up in a damp cloth or paper towel. Make sure it does not start to dry or it will crumble and your candies won’t stay together. Use your hands to create uniform balls, you may choose any size you like or a mix of sizes. They make brilliant tiny bites as well! You’ll only want to form a few balls at a time before creating the indent, we used the end of a honeycomb stick, a melon baller, smaller teaspoon… would also work to create a shallow well for the chocolate in the next step. Once all of the candies are created cover tightly and chill for a few hours.
  • Once your raspberry creams are fully chilled you may start the chocolate step. Following the instructions on the package melt the chocolate, we used the microwave method. Use a very small spatula to scoop and pour into each cream well (we found this method to take a little time but was much less overall work and less messy)! Where the creams are still cold the chocolate will start to set very quickly. Cover tightly and put back in the refrigerator to fully set. They should be fine to be out for a couple hours during a party, keep in mind they are done with cream cheese, so keep chilled and covered as much as possible.

Now that says love.  Enjoy!

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About Virginia

Hi there! My name is Virginia, and I am the author/owner of That Bald Chick. I am a Christian, wife, mother of three, full time homemaker, homeschooler, and ministry volunteer in addition to being a blogger. In my free time *cough* I enjoy reading, writing, taking walks with my family, and listening to music.


  1. This looks absolutely delicious! I love anything that says chocolate. I will have to make these for the family but I may not end up getting any. Thanks for the recipe.

  2. These looks o delicious and easy to make! Perfect for Valentine’s Day!

  3. Oh my goodness, these look so amazing, I love white chocolate and adding raspberry??? YUMMY!

  4. I hope that mine turn out to look as beautiful as your do! I am going to make these for friends and family on Valentines Day.

  5. I am having a sweet attack and it is all your fault! LOL!

  6. These look so yummy and easy to make.

  7. Wow these look fabulous!! They would be perfect for Valentines Day too!

  8. OMG. This is NOT going to help my 2014 diet!!! I LOVE chocolate and I love raspberry. You are a troublemaker!!!!! hahaha

  9. these look really delicious! and different than just “any” raspberry recipe

  10. Wow, these look so perfect and very tasty! They would make great Valentines Day gifts!

  11. Wow these look fabulous and beautiful! And I love easy they are to make!

  12. What a truly elegant homemade sweet. These would make for some very special Valentine treats. I am sure my teen would love to make some for her new boyfriend. Thanks for the tip.

  13. They look so professional! I’ll make this for my husband

  14. These looks amazing and delish!

  15. I am drooling! those look delicious! Great post! These would be perfect for Valentine’s Day.

  16. Oh those look amazing! I love white chocolate and raspberry together.

  17. These are so pretty and elegant, and my husband loves white chocolate! Thanks for hooking me up with a great gift idea!

  18. Those are just spectacular looking! Truly guest worthy and I want one or four now!

  19. Did you say chocolate? I love just about everything chocolate and these look awesome!

  20. Wow, this just looked and sounded like the most scrumptiou thing. I wish I could have tasted them right thorugh my monitor.

  21. Pop a googly eye on these and they’d be great for Halloween! LOL

  22. Oh that sounds so so good, and not too hard to make either! I’ll have to pass this recipe to my mom, she does a lot of chocolate making.

  23. Those look amazing…I wish I could try this recipe but it has two wicked migraine triggers.
    Perfect recipe to pass on and just in time for Valentines day too!

  24. O wow! Yum!!!

  25. oh. my. yum. and they look so easy to make!!! simple ingredients…I love it!

  26. My husband and I aren’t getting each other gifts this year for Valentine’s Day. I think I’m going to surprise him with these because he LOVES raspberry. This is perfect!

  27. These look delicious!! Love how pretty they look plated up, too. Thanks so much for the recipe. I pinned it for later 🙂

  28. Those look delicious and sound pretty easy to make! I want to try this!!

  29. That is one pretty little dessert.

  30. These look fantastic!! And they’re beautiful too. Can’t wait to try them!