Chocolate & raspberry pots

Chocolate & raspberry pots

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(15 ratings)

Prep: 15 mins Cook: 10 mins


Serves 6
These individual fluffy chocolate mousses are a great way to get kids into the kitchen to build their skills

Nutrition and extra info

Nutrition: per serving

  • kcal320
  • fat18g
  • saturates11g
  • carbs33g
  • sugars33g
  • fibre1g
  • protein7g
  • salt0.1g
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  • 200g plain chocolate (not too bitter, 50% or less)
  • 100g frozen raspberry, defrosted or fresh raspberries



    A member of the rose family, raspberries have a wonderfully intense, sweet taste, and many…

  • 500g Greek yogurt
  • 3 tbsp honey



    Honey is made by bees from the nectar they collect from flowers. Viscous and fragrant, it's…

  • chocolate curls or sprinkles, for serving


  1. Break the chocolate into small pieces and place in a heatproof bowl. Bring a little water to the boil in a small saucepan, then place the bowl of chocolate on top, making sure the bottom of the bowl does not touch the water. Leave the chocolate to melt slowly over a low heat.

  2. Remove the chocolate from the heat and leave to cool for 10 mins. Meanwhile, divide the raspberries between 6 small ramekins or glasses.

  3. When the chocolate has cooled slightly, quickly mix in the yogurt and honey. Spoon the chocolate mixture over the raspberries. Place in the fridge to cool, then finish the pots with a few chocolate shavings before serving.

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Comments (18)

UnicornChef's picture

Great recipe! Have made this many times now - I use less honey though. Have made this for many dinner parties, I just put it all in one big dish. Tasty quick and easy dessert that looks and tastes a lot more professional!

lurvlyloz's picture

It was easy quick and tasted nice. There was a strange edge which wasn't nice but not horrible either.

Would make again but not in a rush

maddy_norridge's picture

My son originally submit this recipe to the magazine for printing and we have only just realised it was added to the website. When he designed this recipe he used honey greek yoghurt, not additional honey which we still think is much better. Maybe if you found it too rich with the honey you could try his original method. Thanks for all your lovely comments.

kirstensmith's picture

This was very simple to make. I used 0% greek yoghurt. I don't like sickly sweet desserts but I found it too 'yoghurty'. I don't know if that because I used 0% and maybe full fat would have been more creamy. It was nice but not nice enough for me to make again

Norma. mackey's picture

Loved the fact it was so quick to put together but would leave out the honey the next time unless you're a real Winnie the Pooh which our family are not! Yes would try again if under time constraint.

SF's picture

3/5 because the topping was lovely. Maybe I did something wrong, but when I got these out of the fridge to serve, some water had collected at the bottom of the bowls, which was a little off-putting.

hannahjd81's picture

So easy to make, and very rich. I substituted the Greek yoghurt for 0% fat and it still tasted fab. Great dinner party dessert for busy people!

aprzybysz2's picture

Really nice, super quick, although a littlebit too rich for me. next time I will try to make chocolate topping from half of the ingrediens

aimeelj's picture

They're super quick to make, I didn't add honey as I didn't have any in but they were nice anyway. I'll be making them again very soon and will try them with honey.

shlush's picture

Very quick and easy to make despite being quite a tasty and impressive dessert.
I will definitely be making this again in the future.

waleez's picture

Way too much honey for me !! Next time will just leave it out !

hturner8's picture

really easy to make, i put a bit less yoghurt in them. they were fab

allie80's picture

Very easy to make and really tasty. Everyone gobbled it up and I was asked for the recipe.

elisaponsele's picture

Super easy and pretty. Good taste too although you feel you shouldn't have too much.

minicoopergirl's picture

Would this work in a larger bowl, as would like to make for a larger number of people. Would I double it or trebble the mixtures serving 6-8 people, thanks.

gem-murray's picture

These were yummy really easy to make. Left out the honey and used 70 per cent chocolate.

rachelghostheart's picture

Really easy and yummy tasting - My four and six year old made this - I only melted the chocolate for them. We had to use strawberries as my daughter has something against raspberries :( They loved eating it after making it themselves. And have already asked to make it again. Really quick easy simple kids recipe and adults will enjoy eating it too :)

cumeada's picture

A thoroughly successful dish that any six year old can make and anyone can enjoy

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