Enjoy the sweet and tart flavors of spring with our fresh and delicious raspberry recipes.
Known for being antioxidant-packed and full of natural flavor, raspberries are a delicate summer fruit that is worth the wait the rest of the year. Used in refreshing drinks, decadent desserts, and
more, this berry is as powerful in taste as it is in nutrional value.
First up is our Raspberry Chocolate Parfaits. Simple and sweet, these parfaits are fresh and filling with only 198 calories per serving.
View Recipe: Raspberry Chocolate Parfaits
This compote uses frozen fruit, which is as nutritious as fresh and readily available in winter. The honeyed yogurt offers
a sweet balance for the tangy compote, which can be made ahead and refrigerated for up to one week. While Greek yogurt offers
a thicker base for the topping, plain low-fat yogurt can be substituted, if desired.
View Recipe: Lemon Cornmeal Waffles with Raspberry-Rhubarb Compote
Cool off with our delicious raspberry lemonade recipe–perfect for a family gathering or picnic.
View Recipe: Fresh Raspberry Lemonade
Raspberries add bright color and several good-for-you nutrients like fiber, antioxidants, and vitamin C. Almonds are a good
source of vitamin E and monounsaturated fats. Chives, members of the onion family, add phenols and flavonoids.
View Recipe: Mesclun with Berries and Sweet Spiced Almonds
This light, refreshing frozen yogurt makes an ideal finish for a multicourse meal. Serve with biscotti and a garnish of fresh
View Recipe: Raspberry Frozen Yogurt
This make-ahead dessert features a creamy white chocolate filling, a decadent dark chocolate crust, and a crown of glazed
raspberries. For the prettiest presentation, add the raspberry topping within an hour of serving.
View Recipe: Chocolate Raspberry Tart with White Chocolate Cream
Add some color to your cookie tray with these jam-filled thumbprints. This recipe could also be your healthy alternative for
the next school party.
View Recipe: Raspberry Thumbprint Cookies
Limoncello is a lemon-flavored liqueur from Italy's Amalfi coast. It's often savored after a meal. Store it in the freezer,
and serve over ice. If you have trouble finding it, substitute an orange-flavored liqueur such as Grand Marnier. This recipe
earned our Test Kitchens' highest rating.
View Recipe: Summer Berry Medley with Limoncello and Mint
This bright, fruity jam, a tasty topping for toast, is also good stirred into oatmeal or layered with ice cream for a quick
View Recipe: Raspberry-Almond Jam
The vibrant color and fruity flavor of this easy no-cook sauce are the essence of summer. Try it over ice cream, pound cake,
or angel food cake. The optional framboise adds sublime flavor; you can also use a raspberry-flavored liqueur, such as Chambord.
View Recipe: Fresh Raspberry Sauce