Lactose free chocolate raisins

Water is running from my mouth the moment I am thinking about chocolate covered raisins. I used to love them so much. It’s just so good! One of the best stores in The Netherlands sell these units (I have even started talking about the yoghurt covered raisins they sell too) and I happen to know that if you live in the UK you have that store too. It’s called HEMA and it has everything you need.

Back to the lactose free chocolate raisins. Supermarkets always disappoint me as they only sell raisins covered in milk chocolate. So I decided to create my own lactose free chocolate raisins with dark chocolate! And they were good.. soo good that I ate them all (in a period of 3 days that is)! Love to hear your opinion if you tried this recipe!


  • 100 gr. dark (lactose free) chocolate
  • 250 gr. raisins
  • parchment paper

Preparation of lactose free chocolate raisins:

Melt the chocolate in a double boiler or just in a bowl above simmering water. Cover a baking tray (that was the easiest for me) with parchment paper. Once the chocolate has completely melted add the raisins and stir with a wooden spoon until they are all covered in chocolate.

Scoop the raisins on the parchment paper (spread them a bit) and let them sit until the chocolate cools down and hardens. You can put them in the fridge for at least half an hour or just leave them on the counter.

WARNING! There’s a good chance you will eat them all if you leave them on the counter. It’s not my goal to be a feeder but sometimes it just happens.


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