Too often are raspberries only used for garnish. With this list of recipes, you’ll learn some really creative uses for raspberries in no time. Feel free to mix and match all the toppings and glazes with the different items on this list for even more fun in the kitchen.
Crustless pie may sound like sacrilege, but this recipe is perfect for those of us looking for the perfect gluten free dessert. The homemade whipped cream and scrumptious raspberry filling are perfect to keep on hand for other baking ventures as well.
With Nutured Homes’ raspberry buttercream filled macarons, you’ll transform your kitchen into a French bakery in no time. The step-by-step pictures are incredibly helpful for those of us that are hesitant to try such an illustrious dessert.
Everyone should have a list of mugcake recipes on hand either for baking in tiny kitchens or just having a cozy evening in. This lemon raspberry mug cake is just what you need after a long day of work, school, childcare, or whatever else you spend your time on.
This mousse recipe will demystify the delicacy. The secret is the right gelatin mixture and some heavy whipping cream. If you’re feeling a bit extra, go ahead and add chocolate shavings.
These no bake chocolate raspberry bars will steal the show at any potluck or social gathering. They are all the decadence of cheesecake with none of the fuss. Plus, you’ll want to drizzle the raspberry sauce recipe that’s included on just about everything.
Indulge your fancy side with these lemon raspberry buttermilk scones. If ever there was an excuse to host a high tea, making these scones is it!
Nutritious and delicious start to our day? Yes please! These raspberry breakfast bars are just what you need to put a pep in your family’s collective steps in the morning.
There’s just something magical about thumbprint cookies. They are both surprisingly easy to make and a classic crowd pleaser. Instead of reaching for the strawberry jame next time you make thumbprints, try this raspberry version.
With this recipe in your pocket everyone will be asking where you bought your raspberry sorbet and you get to tell them you made it from scratch. This recipe will even have you wondering why you ever bought the store brand to begin with when making your own is so fun and easy.
Blow your loved ones’ socks off with this multifaceted, yet easy to master cake. It even comes with helpful tips for keeping the whole dessert together while storing it for leftovers… that is if there are any leftovers.
This recipe will teach you how to repurpose that Greek yoghurt you have laying around into one heck of a breakfast and dessert item. Plus, it comes with a topping that you’ll want to experiment with in other recipes.
Move over chocolate and caramel sauce, there’s a new ice cream topper in town! This Raspberry coulis is the perfect addition to any sweet treat that you want to zhoush up.
Looking for something a little thicker than coulis? Try out this syrup that you can even add to seltzer or your favorite cocktail.
Alright, we know the recipe’s title feels like some kind of random snack word generator, but we promise it’s worth trying out (especially if you love desserts that are both sweet and salty). In fact, the end result is quite similar to cheesecake with the crust being made out of pretzels. Maybe just come up with a fancier name for it before serving.
Fan of cinnamon rolls, but you’re suddenly a celiac? Don’t fret, Faithfully Gluten Free has your back with this one of a kind raspberry sweet rolls recipe.
With a name like “overindulgence” and it being adapted from a Paula Deen recipe, you know this parfait must be good. This recipe is a bit of a blank slate ready for your unique touch, making it perfect to combine with one of the sauces or toppings that are also on this list.
Skip the overpriced Italian restaurant and learn how to make your very own panna cotta with this recipe. Once you try it you’ll never need to outsource your Italian desserts again.
All the decadence of cheesecake is packed into these delectable cookies, making them perfect for anyone who loves dessert but is trying to be health conscious. Make them with your very own cake mix or use one of those boxes you’ve been saving for a rainy day.
This pie bar recipe is perfect for when you have that half bag of chocolate chips and some frozen raspberries you’re not quite sure what to do with. Combine it with one of the crunchy toppings already on this list and you’ve got yourself a go-to breakfast bar recipe.
Level up your blondie game with this refreshing lemon, raspberry varient. This is another two in one recipe that includes a glaze you’ll be dying to try on anything and everything.
Here’s a combo that doesn’t get enough love: nectarines and raspberries. The pie-like galette is the perfect pastry to combine the heartiness of nectarines with the uniqueness of raspberries.
Use up those lemons lingering in your kitchen with this scrumptious cookie recipe that requires both the juice and the zest. No matter if you’re working with fresh or frozen raspberries, this recipe will be a delight both to make and serve.
Transform your favorite peach tea into your next favorite dessert with this trifle recipe. You’re guests will be saying “you put what in here?” while they scarf down their helping and go for seconds.
This may be the most complicated recipe on our list, but the ends definitely justify the means. Not only does this recipe teach you everything you need to know about white chocolate based ice cream, it also serve up a master class on raspberry sauce.
Get fancy with your brownies by checking out Hip Foodie Mom’s raspberry cheesecake version. Take a weekend to try out this two parter recipe that requires overnight refridgeration to come out just right.
Cheeseboard and other platters are all the rage right now and with this raspberry butter yours will quickly rise to internet and/or friend group frame. It’s also perfect for a sweet and salty addition to breakfast pastries and biscuits.
This recipe goes all out! You’ll love how chocolaty, yet fruity the ultimate result is. Be careful, though, once your friends and family have tried them they’ll keep asking you to make them.
If a whole croissant or crepe is too large for you, but you love the taste: try out this rugelach recipe. These bitesize pastries are utter perfection for anyone craving the perfect bite of pastry, chocolate, raspberry, and nuts.
Raspberry pie is not often on the top of the “most baked pies” list, but this recipe proves that it should be. Break the apple, pecan, and pumpkin cycle with this creamy and juicy alternative.
They may look like a regular cupcake on the outside, but your guests will be delighted to bite in and find the raspberry jam filling. Get fancy and add a buttermilk frosting or one of the many glazes on this list.
Sometimes the best dessert is one that you can drink. This Italian Cream Soda will definitely help you kick that Coca Cola habit you’ve been trying to gt rid of.
Simple and classic are sometimes the best ways to impress. This lemon raspberry bundt cake is sure to wow even the most experienced bakers with its depth of flavor and richness.
Spice… or rather sweeten… up your chocolate chip recipe with some raspberries. This twist on an old classic will definitely have you wondering why you never though to put raspberries in chocolate chip cookies before.
Brighten up your breakfast, lunch, or dinner with these raspberry crescent rolls. The best part is you know there aren’t any filling-less end bites just by looking at them!
Adorable presentation: check! Perfect combo of chocolate and raspberry: check! Easy to make: check! You’ll love making batches upon batches of these bites to give out as presents or bring to any short notice social gathering.
All the fondness of a cream cheese and jelly sandwhich is wrapped into a delightful dough in this recipe. You’ll want to make these for every family brunch. Just make sure to keep a few aside just for you and your morning routine!
We love a recipe that can take a simple cake mix and transform it into something amazing. This white chocolate and raspberry bundt cake is just what you need to start up that love of baking again with as little mess and fuss as possible.
Raspberry cream cheese frosting meets chocolate cookie in this creative recipe. The writer even included a ton of helpful tips for accomplishing these multi-step cookies.
Adding rosewater to your raspberry dessert is a great way to brighten it up and impress your most high brow friends and family. The rosewater adds a nice aroma that makes the raspberry taste really stand out. Try them today as a nice change of pace.
Starbucks prices getting you down? Use that to motivate yourself into learning how to make your own cafe worthy drinks. This raspberry white hot chocolate is simpler than it sounds, and oh so worth the time you’ll take to learn it.
Mousse meets parfait in this exquisite raspberry and white chocolate recipe. Whether you individualize your portions for added “wow factor” or make it altogether like a trifle, your loved ones will always be asking for more.
No you’re not dreaming, this raspberry nice cream recipe has only three ingredients and is completely vegan friendly. It gets all its creamy consistency simply from bananas. It’s perfect for impressing vegan and non-vegan loved ones alike.
The Dutch pancake is as underappreciated as it is delicious and versitile. After you try out this raspberry version, you’ll be looking up all the other toppings you can add.
In this recipe stout isn’t just referring to the cupcake’s squatty appearance, but also to one of its main ingredients: stout beer. Try these out for deeper levels of flavor and the satisfaction of knowing you’ve just baked something with beer in it.
If you’re looking to infuse your family’s breakfast with a bit more nutrients, then this chocolate hazelnut spread and raspberry toast is just what you need. Whether you save it just for special occassions or make every morning a special occassion is up to you.
It takes a long time to get to Australia or New Zealand, so why not bring the delight of one of their national desserts straight to your kitchen? This meringue-based treat is just what you need to beat the next scorching Down-Under-like heat wave.
Get creative with your cobbler by trying out this black raspberry version. It’s chock full of everything you would want in a cobbler plus the extra aroma of lavender.
It’s not just the taste that makes this raspberry dessert a delight, it’s also the fact that it is no bake! If you pack this graham cracker crust and heavy whipped cream based dessert into your fridge the night before hosting an even then that’s one less thing to worry about before your guests arrive.
These turnovers are the perfect treat to throw in a lunch box or stack up decoratively depending on your needs. Be sure to squirell some away just for you.
Expand your imagination with this raspberry lasagna dessert. It’s got all the hallmarks of a crowd pleaser: plentiful, multilayered, and sharable.
Why should s’mores have all the fun when marshmallow pie is just as good? With just five ingredients, you’ll love making it as much as your loved ones enjoy eating it.
Don’t let a lack of a fryer make you think donuts are out of your wheel house. This raspberry donut recipe is full of flavor and tips on how to make your very own donuts.