• 50 grams (1.76 ounces) raspberry puree
  • 15 grams (0.53 ounces) glucose syrup
  • 5 grams (0.18 ounces) lemon juice
  • 110 grams (3.88 ounces) white chocolate
  • 15 grams (0.53 ounces) cocoa butter
  • 12 grams (0.42 ounces) butter
  • 80 grams (2.82 ounces) white chocolate for glazing
  • freeze-dried raspberries for sprinkling
  • powdered sugar for sprinkling


  • Medium Saucepan

    Perfect for heating your raspberry puree, glucose syrup, and lemon juice. Ensure it’s medium-sized to avoid spills.

  • Heatproof Mixing Bowl

    Use this to safely combine hot ingredients with chocolate and cocoa butter. Glass or stainless steel bowls work best.

  • Rubber Spatula

    Ideal for scraping down the sides of your bowl and ensuring every bit of your mixture is well-blended.

  • Blender

    A high-speed blender will help you achieve a perfectly smooth emulsion. Make sure it’s clean and dry before use.

  • Melon Baller or Small Scoop

    This will help you shape uniform truffle balls. Dip it in warm water between scoops to prevent sticking.

  • Cooling Rack

    Essential for letting your truffles set after glazing. Place a parchment paper underneath to catch any drips.


Step 1

Step 1: Combine the raspberry puree, glucose syrup, and lemon juice in a saucepan and bring to a boil. Make sure to stir constantly to prevent the mixture from burning.

Step 2

Step 2: Remove from heat and add the white chocolate and cocoa butter to the hot mixture. Stir until fully melted and smooth. Chop the chocolate and cocoa butter finely before adding to help them melt quicker.

Step 3

Step 3: Once the mixture is smooth, knead it to form an emulsion, then add the butter and blend with a blender until well combined. Allow the mixture to cool slightly before adding the butter so that it integrates better.

Step 4

Step 4: Let the mixture harden until it reaches a malleable consistency. Shape small truffle-sized balls with your hands. Lightly butter your hands to prevent the mixture from sticking.

Step 5

Step 5: Melt the white chocolate meant for glazing. Dip each truffle into the melted chocolate and place them on parchment paper. Use a fork to help lift the truffles out of the chocolate without losing their shape.

Step 6

Step 6: Before the glaze sets, sprinkle the truffles with powdered sugar mixed with freeze-dried raspberry powder. For a finer sprinkle, sift the powdered sugar and raspberry powder together before using.


When it comes to serving these White Chocolate Raspberry Truffles, the possibilities are endless and tantalizing! 🍽️✨ Create a stunning dessert platter by arranging these truffles alongside **fresh raspberries** and **sprigs of mint**. The vibrant colors not only make for a beautiful display but also add extra bursts of flavor. For an elegant touch, place the truffles in individual **mini cupcake liners**. This not only keeps them neat but adds a touch of sophistication to your presentation. If you’re serving these at a party or gathering, consider paring them up with a **sparkling wine or champagne**. The bubbly acidity perfectly complements the sweet and tangy notes of the truffles. Lastly, these truffles make fantastic gifts 🎁. Pack them in a decorative tin or a beautiful box with a ribbon, and you’ve got a delightful treat that anyone would love.


Making these truffles **gluten-free** and **vegan** is simpler than you think! 🌱✨ For a **gluten-free version**, all your ingredients in this recipe are naturally gluten-free, so no change is needed. Always double-check the labels to ensure there are no traces of gluten. To make these truffles **vegan**, substitute the white chocolate and butter with vegan versions. There are excellent dairy-free white chocolates available, and coconut butter or vegan margarine works well in place of dairy butter. Now everyone can enjoy these delightful **White Chocolate Raspberry Truffles** regardless of dietary restrictions! ❤️


  • Can I use dark chocolate instead of white chocolate?

    Yes, you can! The flavor profile will be different, but dark chocolate and raspberry make a great combination too.

  • How do I store the truffles to keep them fresh?

    Store them in an airtight container in the refrigerator. They’ll stay fresh for up to a week.

  • Can I freeze these truffles?

    Absolutely! Once they’re set, place them in a single layer on a baking sheet to freeze, then transfer to an airtight container. They can be frozen for up to 2 months.

  • What’s the best way to achieve a smooth emulsion?

    Ensure all your ingredients are at room temperature before blending. This helps in creating a more uniform texture.

  • Can I add alcohol to the truffle mixture?

    Yes, a splash of raspberry liqueur or even a dash of vodka can enhance the flavor, but do so sparingly to avoid changing the texture.

  • How do I prevent the chocolate coating from cracking?

    Ensure that your truffle balls are not too cold when glazing, as extreme temperature differences can cause cracks.

Nutrition facts

White chocolate raspberry truffles
Recipe Yield:20 truffles
Calories:Per Truffle
Calories (Min - Max):50 - 60
Total Fat:3g
Saturated Fat:2g
Total Carbohydrate:7g
Total Sugars:6g