• 300 grams (10.6 ounces) white chocolate
  • 40 grams (1.4 ounces) raspberry yoghurt
  • 50 grams (1.8 ounces) raspberry puree
  • 15 grams (0.5 ounces) cocoa butter
  • 30 grams (1.1 ounces) liquid invert sugar syrup
  • Optional: 3 grams (0.1 ounces) balsamic sauce


  • Microwave-safe Cup

    Perfect for melting your chocolate in short pulses without burning.

  • Saucepan

    Essential for simmering raspberries, sugar, and cocoa butter to blend flavors beautifully.

  • Strainer

    Helps remove raspberry seeds to achieve a smooth and luscious puree.

  • Blender

    Perfect for whipping the raspberry mixture into the melted chocolate, ensuring a silky texture.

  • Fridge

    Necessary to firm up your truffles before rolling and dipping them.


Step 1

1. Place the white chocolate in a microwave-safe cup. Melt it in the microwave in short bursts, stirring occasionally until smooth. Be careful not to overheat the chocolate, as it can burn quickly.

Step 2

2. Heat the raspberry puree, liquid invert sugar syrup, and cocoa butter in a saucepan until boiling. Strain to remove the seeds and sieve well to achieve a smooth consistency. You can also use a fine mesh strainer to ensure all seeds are removed.

Step 3

3. Stir the raspberry yoghurt into the strained raspberry mixture until well combined. Make sure the mixture is still warm when you add the yoghurt for a smoother blend.

Step 4

4. Pour the raspberry mixture into the melted white chocolate and blend with a hand blender until the mixture is smooth and well combined. Whip the mixture thoroughly to incorporate air, which will create a better texture for the truffles.

Step 5

5. Transfer the mixture to the fridge and allow it to set for 24 hours. After 24 hours, roll the chilled mixture into small balls and refrigerate again for another 8 hours. Use a small scoop or spoon to ensure uniformly sized truffles.

Step 6

6. Dip the chilled truffle balls in melted white chocolate, then immediately coat in raspberry powder. Optionally, add 3 grams of balsamic sauce to the truffle mixture for an extra layer of flavor.


These white chocolate raspberry truffles are a **showstopper** at any party! 🍫💖 For an elegant touch, serve them on a **tiered cake stand** alongside a selection of teas and coffees. If you’re hosting a **wine night** with friends, pair these delightful morsels with a crisp **rosé or a fruity** prosecco – the acidity will balance the sweetness of the truffles beautifully. For a fun and eye-catching dessert table, arrange the truffles on a **platter with fresh berries** and a dusting of powdered sugar. Want to make it extra special? Add a drizzle of **balsamic sauce** on the side for dipping - it enhances the raspberry flavor gorgeously! 🍷🥂


Looking to make these **truffles gluten-free**? 🌾 No problem! The recipe is already naturally gluten-free, so no modifications are needed. For a **vegan** twist, use vegan white chocolate and replace the yogurt with a plant-based raspberry yogurt alternative. 🌱✨ The result? Deliciously creamy truffles that are perfect for everyone, no matter their dietary preferences!


  • How do I avoid burning the white chocolate in the microwave?

    Melt the white chocolate in short pulses, stirring in between, to avoid overheating.

  • Can I use fresh raspberries instead of raspberry puree?

    Yes, you can. Just puree and strain them to remove the seeds before using.

  • How can I ensure the chocolate and raspberry mixture combines smoothly?

    Make sure both mixtures are at similar temperatures and whip them well with a blender.

  • What can I use if I don't have liquid invert sugar syrup?

    You can replace it with honey or corn syrup as a substitute.

  • What is the best way to store these truffles?

    Store them in the fridge in an airtight container to keep them fresh for up to a week.

  • How can I make the truffle coating smoother?

    Make sure the dipping chocolate is fully melted and the truffles are chilled before dipping.

Nutrition facts

Raspberry & yoghurt truffles
Recipe Yield:Approximately 20 truffles
Calories:Per truffle
Calories (Min - Max):65 - 80
Total Fat:5g
Saturated Fat:3g
Total Carbohydrate:6g
Total Sugars:5g