Recipe To Make Orange or Raspberry Chocolate Covered Jellies

by Sharon Hunter
(Mount Horeb, WI)

I have been searching high and low for a recipe for these to make orange or raspberry chocolate covered jellies candies, as they are my boyfriend's and my favorites.

I would also like to know where I can get the recipe for the Brach's candy (nougat's/with red, yellow and orange in a white base). I would very much like to surprise my man for the holidays if I could get these.

Thanks so much for your time and efforts. Hope you can help me!!!!!

Thanks much,
Sharon Hunter

Hi Sharon,

My mom loves those Chocolate Raspberry Covered Jellies, too. I wish I did have a recipe for you. I'm posting your question so maybe someone else can help you.

Meanwhile, are you referring to candy corn by Brach's? If so, there's a nice recipe for homemade candy corn at Homemade Dessert Recipes that I think you'll like.


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chocolate covered rasberry sticks
by: Jeanie

Hi Sharon and Angie: I'm another chocolate raspberry lover and OHHH what I'd give to have a recipe for making them!! If you get the recipe, will you share it with me??? Thanks.

Makking Chocolate Covered Jellies
by: Angie

Hi Sharon and Jeanie,

Thinking recently about the dilemma of how to make the chocolate covered jellies.

How about using a recipe for Turkish Delight and modifying it slightly for the raspberry or orange flavor?

Let me know if you achieve success with this. It's about the best I could come up with so far.

here's a link
by: Anonymous

found this link:
Made them once and were too strong flavored,but instead of raspberry extract I had used "artificial raspberry flavor". Thought that meant extract, but evidently it doesn't. Just finished making these with only a half teaspoon of the "flavor" and the warm product tastes wonderful off the spoon. Can't wait till tomorrow to taste and dip in choc.

Raspberry Jelly Candy
by: Angie

Oooh! Sounds yummy. Thanks for the link. I think it will hit the spot for several people who have been looking for just such a recipe for raspberry jelly candy and other flavors.

Please let us know how it turns out once you've dipped it in the chocolate, etc.

Recipe to make orange or raspberry chocolate covered jellies
by: Angie

Just an update for those of you who are on the search for this chocolate covered raspberry or orange jelly sticks.

I've added a recipe on the chocolate raspberry jelly sticks page.

I don't see why you can't adjust it to make any flavor you want! Now promise that you'll report back here once you've made them so we can hear the results! :)

Recipes for Chocolate Covered Jellies
by: Rebecca

I was searching for the recipes myself, and found the recipe for the raspberry covered jellies. Then I found the recipe for Orange Slices. I think if you use the orange slice recipe and pour it onto the chocolate base of the raspberry jellies, and then cut them and dip them in melted chocolate, you will have your orange sticks. I am going to try it.
The links for the recipes are below. The last link is one that actually uses orange peel boiled and then simmered in simple syrup, and those are then dipped in chocolate. I love that recipe, but it is not a jelly. They are simple and really good, though, and I am sure the orange peel is good for you.
Good luck. I hope this helps!

A recipe found on Internet NEW
by: Roni


3 Tbsp unflavored gelatin (I used 4 of the little packets)
2 cups sugar
1/2 cup hot water
1/2 cup cold water
2 Tbsp frozen orange juice concentrate
2 Tbsp lemon juice
1/2 tsp lemon extract
1 tsp orange extract
5-6 drops orange food coloring
Soften the gelatin in cold water and set aside. Combine sugar and hot water, stir until dissolved. Bring to a boil in a saucepan over medium-high heat. Add the gelatin mixture and slowly boil on medium-low heat for 20 minutes. Remove from heat and add the remaining ingredients. Pour into well-greased molds. I purchased this mold from Amazon, but I also used two mini loaf pans for the remainder of the mixture and the loaf pans worked just as well as the silicone mold. Let stand over night and then dip into melted chocolate. I used the Chocoley Milk Chocolate and it was wonderful, but I’m sure that you could use dark chocolate too. I also drizzled a little white chocolate on top just for fun. Enjoy!

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