Chocolate-Raspberry Cups Halloween Candy Recipe – 1 Point Value

Weight Watchers Chocolate Raspberry Cups

With the passing of yet another Halloween sugar induced candy coma, I couldn’t let this holiday get too far past without writing about an amazing Weight Watchers Halloween candy recipe! I swear, I will eat almost ANYTHING that is chocolate-raspberry flavored, so when I found this Weight Watchers candy recipe for chocolate-raspberry cups, I thought I had died and gone to heaven. With just 1 Weight Watchers Point per serving, I couldn’t wait to give these babies a try! They looked so cute and are a perfect treat to take to a holiday party or get together. I am planning on making them for Christmas and using some decorations on top to make them festive. The best thing is, these chocolate-raspberry cups are so rich and decadent, that it’s easy to feel satisfied after eating just 1 or 2. So this year, stay away from your kids’ bag of Snickers and Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups and make your own gourmet, diet-friendly candy! You’ll be really glad you gave this Weight Watchers Halloween candy recipe a try!

Weight Watchers Chocolate-Raspberry Cups Candy Recipe

Ingredients:
– 6 tbsp semi-sweet chocolate chips
– 3 tbsp Smucker’s Seedless Red Raspberry Jam, or similar product
– 12 fresh raspberries (washed and dried)

Directions:
Place chocolate chips in a small microwavable bowl and microwave on high, stirring every 15 seconds, until chocolate is melted and smooth, about 1 minute.Spoon 3/4 teaspoon of melted chocolate into a small foil candy cup (1-inch wide by 3/4-inch high). Use a small flat paint brush to spread chocolate evenly over bottom and up sides. Place one whole raspberry, upside down on top of chocolate, on the bottom of each cup. Repeat with remaining cups, place them on a plate and refrigerate for 3 minutes or until chocolate is firm. Spoon 3/4 teaspoon of jam into each chocolate-lined cup. Tap bottom of each cup on counter to settle jam.Reheat remaining melted chocolate in microwave, stirring every 10 seconds, until chocolate is completely smooth. Spoon 1/2 teaspoon of melted chocolate over top of jam in a foil cup. Use brush to spread chocolate to sides so that it seals in jam. Repeat with remaining 11 foil cups. Refrigerate 3 minutes or until chocolate is firm, or allow chocolate to firm up at room temperature, about 3 hours. Enjoy!

Yields 1 candy per serving
Each serving = 1 Weight Watchers Point

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Comments

  1. I’m assuming these are mini foil liners?

  2. ShannonMarie says:

    How do you store these? My concern is the fresh raspberry in the middle. Do they need to be refrigerated if not eaten in the first day? I think these would make great Christmas treats but only if I can make them ahead. Thanks!

    • Yeah, you'll definitely want to refrigerate or freeze them. Once in the fridge, they'll keep for about 5 days, and in the freezer, they're good for about a month. :)

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