These elegant Mini Raspberry Snow Cakes are the perfect ending for your next holiday gathering. Less than 1 hour to prepare and completely delicious! Sprinkle with powdered sugar and serve warm.
A Little Disappointed
by K. KIMBERLY
, NAPOLEON, OH on Jan. 2008
These were easy to make and looked very appealing. However, I was disappointed with the taste. I just felt like something was missing. My husband liked them but said they could use some frosting. I think I will try them again with some adjustments.
mini raspberry snow cakes
by M. Maryann
, COATESVILLE, PA on Jan. 2008
I made this recipe for my husband and he realy loved them because their was none left over.
mini raspberry snow cake
by p. patricia
, LUFKIN, TX on Jan. 2008
these are quick and easy to make in no time. my grandkids love makeing them with me. they eat them up went they come out of the oven and cool down.
by V. Valentene
, Mooresville, NC on Jan. 2008
I was not impressed with these. I was expecting a more moist cake texture and they turned out harder like a biscuit tea cake after following the recipe exactly. I think they would be better with another kind of fruit.
Excellent Mini Raspberry Snow Cakes
by D. DENISE
, LAKE MARY, FL on Dec. 2007
I made this recipe to see what they taste like before I have my inlaws over for christmas, very easy to make and absolutely delicious. I used strawberries instead they came out wonderful.
Mini Raspberry Cakes
by P. Pauline
, No. Stratford, NH on Dec. 2006
These are so easy, taste great and look beautiful. Read all the reviews there are some great ideas for changing or adding to this recipe. They are great with all fruits and different chocolates in the center. Will make these often for different occasions.
THESE ARE THE BEST!!!
by J. Jamie
, Germantown, MD on Nov. 2006
I found this recipe last year and made it during a baking day with my best friend. We were amazed at how good these were. They are so light and yummy! We ended up eating most of what we made but we really couldn't help it. They are the best!
by K. Kerri
, Big Bear Lake, CA on Sep. 2005
Just pulled them out of the oven and served to my kids. They loved them! I used frozen berries and they turned out wonderful.
, Milford, CT on Dec. 2004
Quick, easy and elegant. I made this tiny cakes the day before my dinner party and warmed them in the microwave prior to serving. Instead of dusting with powder suger I whipped up some cream and served that on top of cakes with additional raspberries. What a hit with my guests, and now they all want the recipe!!
Great w/ Nestle Treasures
by M. Mariko
, Rochester, NY on Dec. 2004
This recipe is very easy and comes out great. I originally printed this recipe when it it suggested using Nestle Treasures (the ones with the fudgy chocolate centers). I'm not sure if they still make them, but when the little cakes were done, they had warm gooey chocolate centers that everyone loved. Definitely recommend.
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