Raspberries – pink and very popular!


Oh how romantic … raspberries are part of the rose family. All in pink and wonderfully sweet, they are simply a fruit to love. Coincidentally, they also provide us with vitamin C, iron, calcium and phytochemicals. It is not surprising that the entire fruit, including leaves, flowers and roots, has always been used in natural medicine.

Anyone who has ever had a crush on raspberries will certainly remain loyal to them, even if they can be somewhat sensitive at times. Therefore, handle these soft fruits carefully, store them in a cool place and only for a short period of time. Eat quickly!

Delightful recipe ideas 

If your heart beats a little faster when you think about delicious raspberries, give our three romantic recipes a try.


For the first date: “Lovely” raspberry punch

Carefully stir some raspberries into a mixture of chilled apple or passion fruit juice, lemon juice, raspberry syrup and fruit tea. Pour some of the liquid into ice cube moulds and freeze. Chill the punch for 1 to 2 hours. Shortly before serving, add cold mineral water and the ice cubes. Done!

For a cosy breakfast: Warm raspberry porridge

Briefly boil the oat flakes together with milk and water in a saucepan and then continue to cook over a lower heat. Sweeten the porridge with honey and serve decorated with raspberries.


As a little present for your crush: “Raspberry kiss” jam

Wash the raspberries and stir in a saucepan with jam sugar. Add vanilla seeds scraped from a vanilla pod, bring the entire mixture to the boil, stirring all the time. Boil for 3 minutes.

Fill jars to the top with the fruit mixture. Close, invert and leave upside down for 5 to 10 minutes.

Your Dole team wishes you lots of fun trying these recipes!




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