{homemade raffaello spread}

May 1, 2012

If you love coconut, you’ll love this easy recipe! Raffaello, even though they’re a rare treat for me, are one of my favorites. They’re so delicious creamy and coconutty. Yum!

Their website says: “Raffaello, the only pleasure that transports you to a carefree world.” - I wouldn’t go quite that far, but they are extremely delicious!

Luckily, my mom shares the same opinion, so we were on the same page about trying out this Raffaello spread.

I’m partying here! ♥

{homemade raffaello spread}


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  • Prep:

Raffaello, the only pleasure that transports you to a carefree world.” ;)



  1. Heat butter in a saucepan until completely melted.
  2. Add the white chocolate to the butter and melt.
  3. Add sweet condensed milk, vanilla and coconut flakes and mix well.
  4. Fill into a jar while the mixture is still warm.

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  1. I love Raffaello! And I guess I do get pretty carefree when I eat them, As I always end up having too many! :) But is it just me or is there no recipe in this post? x
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  2. This l,ooks so good and I l-o-v-e Raffaello. (Really, I love anything coconut!) I see a print recipe button, but I’m not hooked up to a computer. Is there another recipe link?
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  3. Raffaello is oh so great!! I’m very much in love with his. Thanks for the recipe!
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  4. Oy! Sieht guuut aus! Ich werde das Rezept die nächsten Tage einmal ausprobieren. Ich glaube ich werde eine Hälfte der Masse mit ein paar grobgehackten Mandeln “pimpen” und dann mit der Family ein kleines Testnaschen veranstalten.

  5. SOunds pretty tasty!!! Might have to give this a try!! :) Thanks for sharing! Hope you have a great Tuesday!! xo Holly
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    • Thanks a bunch, Holly! Let me know how you like it! ;)
      I hope you’re having a fabulous day as well! Mine’s almost over, but we had a wonderful day. It’s a holiday here in Germany today and the hubby and I spent the day with my dad and his girlfriend. We all went for a bike ride and ended the day with a yummy dinner at a café by the river beach. So much fun! :)
      xo! Vanessa

  6. Love Raffaellos!! Definitely have to try making the spread! Thanks for the recipe :)
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  7. I’ve never had this before, but it sounds divine!
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  8. Hi Sweetie! I am saving this to my recipe files. I have some people in my life that LOVVVVE coconut! I have never heard of this! YUM.…xo Diana
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  9. Ohmygosh..I LOVE those Rafaello coconuty bites of bliss. I need to try this spread pronto!
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  10. Thanks for linking to Take-A-Look Tuesday — - you were featured today!!
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  11. Hört sich superlecker an! Das wird bei Zeiten ausprobiert! Lieben Dank fürs Rezept ;-)
    Liebe Grüße
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  12. you had me at raffaello!!!!! although i’m curious to try this out, i can’t imagine anything added or being done to a raffaello could contribute to this utmost deliciousness :))) mmm.… guess what i’m going to buy tomorrow… ;)
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  13. I’d never heard of a Raffaello before but looking at the recipe, they must be heavenly. I’ll definitely be giving this recipe a try. Thanks for sharing at It’s a Keeper.

  14. That looks so delish! Thanks for sharing on Pin It and Win It Wednesday @ http://www.cheapcraftymama.com!!
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  15. These look so good! Thanks for sharing over at The Winthrop Chronicles!
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  16. Debra Kapellakis says:

    I am going to make this.

  17. Wow, this looks DELICIOUS! I cannot wait to try this. Pinning right now!

    Thanks for linking up!
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  18. This looks and sounds so good!!! Found you on Nifty Thrifty things. I have never tried one of those snacks but want to now!!!


  19. You’ve been featured at Wednesday Whatsits!
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  20. I never heard of this before but anything made with sweetened condensed milk and coconut, I’m in. Thanks for linking up to the Piece of Cake Party!
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  21. This sounds so delicious! I am a huge coconut fan, this is a must try! Pining it so I wont loose this post.
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  22. Mmmmm — love Raffaello — mmmmm
    Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
    Hope you have a fabulous week!
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  23. I have never heard of this Raffaello. I love coconut. How would I use this in recipes? Thanks

  24. I’ve never heard of Raffaello but those ingredients sound SOO good together. Definitely something I’m going to pin.
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  25. This is totally AWESOME!!! I can’t wait to try this! Drooling just thinking about it :)
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    • Oh, I’m so happy to hear you liked it! ;)
      It should definitely be refrigerated. As for the shelf life, it’s a little hard to say and homemade things. I would just use your judgement on it and trust your nose and eyes.
      I’m sorry I can’t be of more help..
      I hope you’re having a fun week!
      xo! Vanessa

  27. I would really love the recipe for this creme and your German Poppy Seed Marzipan Loaf but I can’t seem to find the links? I tried to read some of the previous comments but I don’t speak German :(


  28. Lynn Jemlich says:

    I just found this blog while searching for a recipes with coconut and almond (such a great combo). I think this would be delicious spread on croissants dough before rolling and baking or as a filling for stuffed french toast. My mouth is watering just at the thought of such indulgence. However, I can’t seem to pull up the recipe. Has it been too long since it was posted? Any chance you could either repost it or send it to me? I would be truly grateful.
    Thank you, Lynn

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