White chocolate and raspberry floedebolle

Floedebolle is a dessert native to Scandanavia. Danish chef, Christoffer Hruskova shares his white chocolate and raspberry floedebolle recipe - a divine treat with raspberry giving the sweet treat a summery edge

First published in 2015




White chocolate and raspberry floedebolle


  • Bain-marie
  • Piping bag 1-2cm nozzle
  • Food mixer
  • Sugar thermometer
  • Round pastry cutter


Start the white chocolate and raspberry floedebolle by rolling out the marzipan to a thickness of 1/2 cm and use a pastry cutter to cut into 1 1/2 cm rings. Set aside on a tray, evenly spaced out
  • 100g of marzipan
Combine the sugar and glucose in a pan and bring to 117˚C. While the sugar mixture is coming to temperature, place the egg whites in a food mixer and set to the lowest speed
  • 45g of sugar
  • 25ml of glucose syrup
  • 30g of egg white
When the sugar mixture reaches 117˚C, remove from the heat and pour into the egg whites in a slow, steady stream. Increase the speed of the mixer during this process and leave to mix until cool
Once cooled, the egg whites should be very thick, stiff and glossy - this is an Italian meringue and is rarely baked. Add in the crushed raspberries and whisk briefly to combine. Place the mixture into a piping bag and pipe over the marzipan rings to achieve an upside down cone effect
Melt 200g of the white chocolate in a bain marie until it reaches 49˚C. Remove from the heat and add the remaining white chocolate and stir until smooth
Slowly pour the white chocolate over the meringues to cover completely in an even coat. Leave in the fridge until set and then serve
First published in 2015

Christoffer Hruskova has built his success on using traditional Scandinavian cooking and preserving techniques to create awe-inspiring dishes and now owns a bakery, The Bread Station, in London Fields.

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