A couple of weeks ago, before we moved house (I can’t believe we’ve been in our new place almost a week already!) I made some gluten and dairy free raspberry and white chocolate cupcakes. Raspberry with chocolate is such a delicious combination, and as it worked so well for my Raspberry and Dark Chocolate Oat Bars I thought I’d try white chocolate this time!
Growing up I was always a huge fan of white chocolate, whether it be Milkybar, Cadbury’s dream bars or those white chocolate jazzies from the pic’n’mix counters. However, as my symptoms worsened I found I wasn’t able to tolerate much white chocolate anymore. I didn’t imagine that dairy free white chocolate would taste very good, but I was pleasantly surprised! The Sainsbury’s Free From White Choc Chips worked really well in these cupcakes, so I’d definitely recommend them.
The recipe below makes 12 cupcakes. Due to the use of fresh raspberries these are best eaten and shared on the day they’re baked, or the following day.
I’ve shared quite a few cupcake recipes on my blog, so if you fancy trying some of my other recipes, click on the links below:
I hope you enjoy making, and of course, eating these cupcakes. Let me know how they turn out in the comments below.
I'm Alice, a food blogger in the UK. I follow a low FODMAP diet (gluten free, onion free, garlic free and low lactose) for IBS. Check out my latest posts for tips on eating out, product reviews and recipes.