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Raspberries can appeal to culinary imagination all the year round. Some ideas for all seasons are presented below:

Spring – Raspberries join the game…

Raspberries are excellent as fruit that can be used to make a delicious, ideal ingredient of desserts, pancakes and sandwiches, which usually stays in the kitchen for a very short time only – the unique GRANDMOTHER’S RASPBERRY JAM!

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  • 1 kg of big, ripe raspberries
  • 1 glass of fresh red currant juice
  • 3 glasses of sugar
  1. Dust the raspberries washed gently in water with sugar and leave for 20-30 min.
  2. Heat slowly until they boil
  3. Pour fresh red currant juice on the raspberries and cook together from the moment of boiling for 20 minutes.
  4. Pour the hot mass into heated jars and close tightly.
  5. Pasteurize at 85oC for 15 min.
  6. Place the jars in a cool, dark place, possibly known to only a few members of the family – so that they have a chance to stay there longer than a month ;)

Summer – Raspberries are still here!

In summer, nothing can be better than cold raspberry dessert with fresh cream, but how can it be made?

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The raspberry has many faces - now a raspberry dessert -
the Granny’s invention!


  • 2 spoonfuls of corn flour
  • 1/2 glass of water
  • 1/4 glass of sugar
  • 2 glasses of raspberries
  1. Mix corn flour with a little water.
  2. Boil water, sugar and raspberries in a small pot for about 5 minutes.
  3. Add corn flour and cook for additional 1 minute.
  4. Mix the in a mixer or rub through a sieve to obtain a smooth, homogeneous mass.

Autumn –Time to say goodbye to raspberries – but are you sure? ;)

Raspberries can accompany us even in autumn. We present a simple recipe with raspberries (can be frozen). You can prepare it with your child, and then invite the Granny to taste ;)

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Raspberry Cocktail Mix


  • 1l of cooled milk
  • 2 glasses of raspberries
  • 2 spoonfols of sugar powder
  • A flat teaspoonful of vanilla-flavored sugar
  1. Place all the ingredients in a high container and mix
  2. Prepare beautiful servings – pour the cocktail in, then decorate with mint leaves, whole raspberries, whipped cream – use your imagination
  3. Wait for applause ;)

Winter – Raspberries will find their way to your table!

Warm, home-made winter lunch – preferably sweet – is a dream of each little gourmand – and of adult ones too!!

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Dumplings with raspberry surprise!


Dough :

  • 2 glasses of flour
  • 1/2 glass of water
  • An egg and a spoonful of oil


  • About 1/2 kg of Raspberries (fresh or frozen)


  • Molten butter and cream with sugar


  1. Boil water (with a little salt) in a pot.
  2. Prepare soft, elastic dough from the listed ingredients.
  3. Roll it out to obtain a thin layer.
  4. Cut it with a knife into squares or use a glass to cut circles.
  5. Put the fruit fill in the middle of each piece and fold.
  6. Press the outer edges together to close the fruit fill inside.
  7. Put the ready dumplings into boiling water (a few at a time) and mix.
  8. When they come to the surface, fish them out – and they are ours.

Why are our grannies so fond of making raspberry preserves?

Our grannies use to tell us that raspberry juice is the best medicine for cold and that after raspberry juice we get calmer and more even-minded oh, those raspberries!!!