Kishmish in chocolate glaze

Kishmish in chocolate glaze; how can you make it at home? Indeed everyone has tasted chocolate-covered strawberries… But can use the same cooking principle to make various other chocolate-covered fruits. Raisins are perfect for this kind of dessert.

Suppose you find yourself in a situation where you must prepare a quick delicious dessert. In that case, raisins in chocolate are a dessert from that series. Spend minimal time on cooking, and your guests will be satisfied with nothing less than a slice of cake, which will probably take less than 1.5 hours to cook. Any fruit in the chocolate glaze is an excellent way to enjoy the taste of berries and chocolate simultaneously.

When preparing this dessert, it should note that the grapes are not only sweet, fragrant, and tasty but also significant. Well, and, of course, that pitted them! It is also essential that the raisins are ripe but at the same time vital without damage. Cook this delicious dessert, experiment with tastes and combinations, and spoil your loved ones with new treats.

Depending on preferences and the nature of the holiday, chocolate can be white, milk, or black. If the berries are lovely, dark bitter chocolate with a cocoa content of at least 70% will emphasize the taste. Can pair sweet and sour fruit with milk or white chocolate.

  • Calorie content per 100 g – 75 kcal.
  • Servings – 1 bunch of grapes
  • Cooking time – 15 minutes cooking, 15 minutes cooling


  • Kishmish – 1 bundle weighing about 200-250 g
  • Dark chocolate – 1 bar
Kishmish in chocolate glaze
Kishmish in chocolate glaze

Cook raisins kishmish in chocolate glaze

  • Remove the grapes from the vine, place them in a sieve and rinse under running water. Place on a paper towel and dry. If you come across unripe or damaged berries, remove them.
  • Break the chocolate into pieces of any size and place them in a deep container.
  • In a water bath (place the container with chocolate on a pot of boiling water so that the first one does not touch the boiling water) or in the microwave, melt the chocolate. Make sure it doesn’t burn, or it will taste not very pleasant. Dip the grapes into the soft chocolate mass and turn them several times so that they are evenly covered with chocolate glaze on all sides. For this process, it is most convenient to string the raisins on a toothpick or skewer.
  • Place the glazed fruit on parchment paper or baking and refrigerate for 15-20 minutes. If time is short, you can put the dessert in the freezer for 5-7 minutes.
  • Serve the finished dessert at the table. You can serve raisins in chocolate with an ice cream scoop, freshly brewed coffee, or tea.


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