Raffaello is a spherical coconut–almond confection that Italian manufacturer Ferrero brought to the market in 1990. Raffaello is simply, pure pleasure - Piacere Puro. I’m not a very talented baker, at all, but I’m going to try and make it this weekend. Hello! The Raffaello recipe is a unique, harmonious blend of carefully selected ingredients of excellent quality: coconut from the Pacific Islands, white almonds from California and a delightfully smooth cream. Diese heiße, weiße Schokolade lädt zum Wohlfühlen nur so ein! Your ideas sound so yummy! Thanks. Using a tablespoon or a small ice cream scoop take a little bit of the coconut mixture, add an almond to the middle of it. […] Notes When making the frosting, cream cheese should be really soft. Two days ok before the event? Add the eggs, one at a time, beating well between each addition. In the microwave, melt the chocolate and coconut oil by heating in 10-15 second intervals until the mixture is smooth and thin. Pinned. Non-Returnable Currently unavailable. Happy baking , […] Peanut butter oder ähnlichem mag. Would I be able to make the cake in advance & freeze so I can simply ice it the day before I need it? It looks extremely tasty. Thanks for sharing your recipe. To store: store at room temperature in a covered container for up to 3-4 days. This reminds me of Almond Joy candy bites. If you don’t have coconut oil, it’s fine to use butter, but then you might just have to store them in the fridge. Hello from New York! is there anyway I can put white chocolate into the cake batter? Add the melted chocolate to 2 ½ cups coconut. Add 4 tbsp melted butter or coconut oil to 2 cups chocolate chips and microwave for about a little more than a minute in the following pattern: 20 seconds+20 seconds+10 seconds+10 seconds+10 seconds, stirring after each one. Now throw a couple rolled candies into the white chocolate, coat each one in chocolate, allow excess to drip off an. . Yes the cakes are thin the batter is thick but the cake should be moist and somewhat light. Thank you! , Hi Min! Good morning i was wondering if i cant find desiccate coconut can i used dried coconut instead. Add Ferrero Raffaello 24 Pc Boxed Chocolates 240G Add add Ferrero Raffaello 24 Pc Boxed Chocolates 240G to basket. Try to make the candies very small, the ingredients are rich and you want them to be one small bite. If anything, I would decrease the amount of white chocolate per recipe until you have desired consistency, but not knowing what you’re using and not having experimented myself, i wouldn’t know for sure exactly by how much you should change it. Feel free to get in touch if you'd like me to bake something for you. Raffaello® is a sheer, delicate pleasure. It’s a lot of money for ingredients to just throw it out? Once the mixture is cool, whip the mascarpone and icing sugar for 10 seconds or so, till just combined. Thank you Natasha. Set aside and allow to cool completely. Top with a layer of sliced strawberries, and then the second layer of cake. Beat in the vanilla. Well, sure you could do the same thing with dark chocolate. or would it throw out the cake texture and taste altogether? Rafaello is made with Almonds, but Ferrero Rocher is made with hazelnuts. I pressed the mixture into silicone chocolate molds, set them in the fridge for a bit and they actually set. So the mixture just needed to be chilled a little? My cakes turned out super thin and the batter was very thick, is this how it was supossed to turn out? 24. Raffaello is a gentle yet flavorful chocolates that would please even a more demanding individual. Using a tablespoon or a small ice cream scoop take a little bit of the coconut mixture, add an almond to the middle of it. Now quickly while it's still somewhat soft roll in the coconut. I'm Natasha, a Melbourne based pastry chef and custom cake creator. My sister, who lives a floor up from me and who always gets to taste test my stuff, said they’re better than the original and recommended I bring these to our Thanksgiving dinner next week. Transfer to a tray. I always love your photography of all your finished cakes too x. Hello Natasha, Will definitely make these for X-mas =), […] White Chocolate Coconut Candy {Let the Baking Begin} ~ Just like a Raffaello, but even better, you […], Hi I noticed in the video you use sweetened condensed milk with the coconut but the ingredients it states white chocolate & butter with the coconut I’m guessing both will can be used , I usually make cherry ripe or bounty balls with sweetened condensed milk , glazed cherries chopped & coconut then dip in milk or dark chocolate I’ve also made some very yummy experimentation 1 too with marshmallows , peanuts chopped , popping candy with coconut , sweetened condensed milk then dipped in milk chocolate, Hi Mara, Hashtag your photos #LetTheBakingBeginBlog so I can see your creations and for a chance to be featured! X, I'm Natasha, a Melbourne based pastry chef, blogger and custom cake & dessert designer. Here you'll find beautiful European Cakes and Desserts as well as other savory dishes my Ukrainian family enjoys. Stir in the white chocolate until it's completely melted and incorporated. Thanks. In a stand mixer fitted with paddle attachment, beat the butter and sugar until very light and fluffy. Using hands (you can wear disposable gloves to keep the mixture from sticking to your hands) form a ball, then roll between the palms of your hands until it’s smooth. At home, it is impossible to replicate the wafer shell of the Raffaello candy, so instead, the proportions of chocolate to coconut create crunch-like texture by not making the white chocolate too soft.