Raspberry Candy Jellies Recipe

Sugar Work By deedee4420 Updated 16 Mar 2007 , 12:44pm by deedee4420

deedee4420 Posted 5 Mar 2007 , 7:11pm
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If someone could help, I am looking for a recipe to make raspberry candy jellies to dip into chocolate.
I had a supplier that sold me a slab of jellies that I cut into pieces and dipped into dark chocolate. The supplier is no longer able to get the jellies for me and I have a monthly standing order for them.
If anyone has a raspberry candy jellies recipe they would be willing to share please let me know.
I tried a lemon candy jellies recipe I found on the internet but it did not turn out right. Any suggestions are welcome also.

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kbrown99 Posted 5 Mar 2007 , 8:29pm
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I don't know about raspberry jellies, but Alton Brown made some sour jellies for a Halloween episode. You could probably adapt it to make raspberry jellies and just leave out the citric acid or whatever it was he used to make it sour.

kbrown99 Posted 5 Mar 2007 , 8:32pm
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Actually, I just looked at the recipe and he just uses straight lemon and lime juices and added zest. I still think it wouldn't take much to adapt it to raspberries.
Just go to www.foodnetwork.com and look up "Acid Jellies". Hope that helps.

GatuPR Posted 5 Mar 2007 , 11:25pm
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BlakesCakes Posted 6 Mar 2007 , 7:51am
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I took a class last summer and we made raspberry pate de fruit. As I recall, we were told that it could be cut and enrobed in chocolate--just eliminate the final sugar coating.

Here's a recipe similar to what we made:


Sounds delicious to me, but I like "jellies"...


deedee4420 Posted 6 Mar 2007 , 6:05pm
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Thank you for all your help.

Everyone is always so willing to help I will try the recipes and let you know which one works best.

Again, thanks!!!

deedee4420 Posted 11 Mar 2007 , 2:28pm
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Just wanted to thank everyone again for all your help!

I tried all the recipes and the one BlakesCakes suggested from perfect puree turned out the best. I found seedless raspberry puree from a gourmet shop in town and used that. The jellies came out tasting and looking great I poured them into a jelly roll pan and was able to cut them in the rectangular shape I needed when they firmed up.

I dipped them in dark chocolate and I am all set for my orders.

Everyone here is GREAT!!!!

BlakesCakes Posted 11 Mar 2007 , 8:52pm
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Great news, deedee! I hope the customer really likes them--you've made some very gourmet treats.

I may have to make some of these to spoil myself--someday.


Confectionary2 Posted 16 Mar 2007 , 1:32am
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YUMMMM! I guess it is to late for a pic?

deedee4420 Posted 16 Mar 2007 , 12:44pm
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Yes they are delicious, actually this recipe tastes better than the ones I used to purchase to dip in chocolate.

They are already sent to my client, so I am sorry I can't take a picture but they were little rectangular jellies dipped in dark chocolate. I will make them again and take a photo at that time.

Again, thanks to everyone!!

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