Raw Raspberry Ruffle Bar Recipe

Chocolate Raspberry Truffles

What is that one fruit that you cannot resist? Would you like to try some raspberry recipe for this summer?

Raw Raspberry Ruffle bar
đź’—Raspberry Ruffle Centre
1½ cups (150g) unsweetened desiccated coconut
150g coconut cream
2 Tbsp unrefined liquid coconut oil
4-6 Tbsp maple syrup (dependant on taste) OR liquid sweetener of choice
1 tsp vanilla bean paste
3½ heaped Tbsp raw raspberry powder or you can use raspberry in its raw form and make a powder out of it.

đź’—Raw Chocolate Coating

200g Loving Earth Dark Chocolate (OR sub your favourite raw or dark chocolate)
In a large bowl, mix the desiccated coconut, maple syrup and the coconut cream until they are well combined.
Add the liquid coconut oil, vanilla and raspberry powder and mix until a sticky mixture is formed.
Line a tray with greaseproof paper. Shape the coconut mixture into 10 even sized bars with your hands.
Place in the fridge to harden whilst you melt the chocolate.
Melt the chocolate slowly over a bain-marie, ensuring it does not get warm.
Dip each Ruffle bar in the chocolate, making sure each one is covered in a thick, even layer of chocolate.
Gently press some freeze dried strawberries or raspberries on top of each bar, and drizzle the remaining chocolate over to decorate. Place back on the greaseproof paper.
Leave to harden in the fridge again before eating. They will keep for 2 weeks in an air-tight box in the fridge!

I hope you all would try this amazing recipe once and If you have already tried this healthy recipe at your home, then do let me know in the comments section below how it turned out. Also share your favourite dish name with me:)

Happy Friday!


1.Coconut water with ice

In addition to guzzling coconut water post-hot yoga flow (it’s a clutch alternative to sports drinks, since added sugar is nixed but it’s still high in electrolytes) or mixing it in to your go-to a.m. smoothie, there are many other ways to enjoy the refreshing ingredient. And they might surprise you: Think on a popsicle stick, in a soup, or even in a wine glass (hello, sangria).

INGREDIENTS:Coconut water,coconut slices,ice

PROCESS:1.In a glass add coconut water with ice cubes.

Optional is you can add coconut slices to the coconut water.

This summer drink coconut water,refreshing and cool.

2.Kokum energy drink

I usually avoid buying the readymade kokum juice as I find them too sweet and also white sugar is added to it. I prefer to make my own Kokum sherbet.

INGREDIENTS:Kokum,sugar(as per reqirement),mint leaves


1.Grind kokum fruit in a grinder.

2.Then add some mint paste to the kokum paste.

3.Next add some water to the paste.

4.Stain the roughage and get the liquid of kokum juice.

5.Add sugar at last

6.Next decorate the glass with mint leaves and kokum juice and drink with your friends and family.

3.Maple cranberry energy drink

if you’re not a fan of bourbon, I think you’ll still like this recipe. The maple and cranberry flavors play so nicely together!

INGREDIENTS:cranberry juice,maple syrup,salt as per requirement,1 star anise optional


Mix all the ingredients together and then stain the juice.

4.Chia energy drink

What I do know is that I’m seeing gains in speed and strength all across the board – and it started that very day.

The drink itself is fun and a little weird – in water the chia seeds expand and surround themselves with a jelly-like substance, and look reminiscent of frog spawn.

The taste is fairly neutral – that’s where the lime and syrup or honey come in.

Try it and see for yourself…

INGREDIENTS:2 TBSP CHIA SEEDS,water,lime juice,honey

PROCESS:Add all the ingredients together and keep it in the fridger for 2 to 3 hours and then have it.