Raspberry Shortcake Hearts: Great For Valentine’s Day

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Raspberry Shortcake Hearts: Great For Valentine’s Day.

Hello friends. Are you looking for something to bake over the next week or so? Fancy making some of these Raspberry Shortcake Hearts?

Raspberry Shortcake Hearts: Great For Valentine's Day

Preparation Time: 20 minutes
Baking Time: 15 minutes
Portions 6

Raspberry Shortcake Hearts: Great For Valentine’s Day


150 grams Allinson Wholemeal Self Raising Flour

25 grams Ground Rice

50 grams Billington’s Light Muscovado Sugar

1 Lemon Finely grated zest

150 grams Butter (chilled) cut into pieces

125 grams Mascarpone cheese

1 tbsp Billington’s Golden Caster Sugar

1 Silver Spoon Create Natural Almond Extract drop

200 grams Raspberries

1 tbsp Billington’s Golden Icing Sugar

Raspberry Shortcake Hearts: Great For Valentine's Day

How To Make Raspberry Shortcake Hearts:


1.) Preheat the oven to 200°C/Fan 180°C/Gas Mark 6. 

2.) Put the Wholemeal Self Raising flour into a processor with the ground rice, Light Muscovado Sugar and lemon zest.

3.) Add the butter and blitz for a few seconds until the mixture turns into crumbs, then continue blending until the dough forms into a ball.

4.) Roll out on a lightly floured surface and stamp out 6 heart shapes using a 5cm cutter, put onto a greased baking sheet or into a flexible heart shaped moulds.

5.) Bake for 15 minutes until the shortcake is pale brown and thoroughly cooked through. 

6.) Remove from tray or moulds and cool on a wire rack.

7.) Meanwhile, mix together the mascarpone cheese, Golden Caster Sugar and almond extract.

8.) Split the shortcakes and serve with a generous dollop of mascarpone, some raspberries and a sprinkling of golden icing sugar.

Raspberry Shortcake Hearts: Great For Valentine's Day

Raspberry Shortcake Hearts: Great For Valentine’s Day.

Guest Post Credits- Baking Mad.

What do you think about these Raspberry Shortcake Hearts?

Great For Valentine’s Day.

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Raspberry Shortcake Hearts: Great For Valentine's Day

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    • 17 January 2020 / 06:57

      Thanks for the comment 🙂

  1. alice
    13 January 2020 / 15:59

    These are so pretty. I haven’t made many things with rasperries but I would have to keep this recipe and give it a try.
    thanks for sharing with us at #OMHGWW

    • 17 January 2020 / 06:56

      Thanks for stopping by lovely 🙂

  2. 13 January 2020 / 00:06

    Looks so delicious! As you mentioned this will be perfect for Valentine’s day. Thank you for linking with us at #HomeMatters Linky Party.

    • 17 January 2020 / 06:56

      Thanks for hosting and hopping over 🙂

  3. Cherryl Ehlenburg
    8 January 2020 / 01:37

    These look festive and sound delicious!

    • 17 January 2020 / 06:56

      Thanks for stopping by 🙂

  4. passion fruit, paws and peonies
    15 February 2019 / 15:53

    These are divine looking and relatively simple – winner! xx Maria

    • 17 February 2019 / 17:31

      Thanks for stopping by Maria 🙂

  5. Parents TLC
    14 March 2012 / 15:07

    Looks so good:) Thanks for this post… I found you on victoria's voice44. Would love for you to come over to my parenting social site. parentstlc.comHave a wonderful day:)…

  6. 15 February 2012 / 22:15

    @alissa apel,thanks I just got your message you found it 🙂

  7. 15 February 2012 / 22:15

    @the belly dancer thanks 🙂

  8. alissa apel
    15 February 2012 / 22:03

    That does look great!!!I'm trying to figure out how to follow you back via linky follower. I don't see a linky follow button anywhere. I'm new to it.

  9. The Belly Dancer
    15 February 2012 / 21:02

    It looks so cute! But I want to eat it!

  10. 27 January 2012 / 18:34

    Thank you for the invite would love to link up :0)

  11. simplydesigning.blogspot.com
    27 January 2012 / 18:29

    Oh this looks so pretty!! It sounds delish!!If you are interested, I host a weekly Friday link party, I'd love for you to come and link up! Have a great weekend!AshleySimply Designing

  12. 27 January 2012 / 15:02

    Hi Ashley thanks for following,popping over to follow you back 🙂

  13. Ashley
    27 January 2012 / 13:54

    Looks delicious! I'm a new follower from the hop!Ashley

  14. 26 January 2012 / 22:41

    @Michelle Thank you 🙂

  15. Michelle
    26 January 2012 / 22:03

    tweeted this one!

  16. 26 January 2012 / 07:30

    Thanks for the comment Jean 🙂

  17. Jean
    26 January 2012 / 06:25

    This looks so very delicious!! I'm sitting here late at night and saw your post and now have the sudden urge to bake! haha Thanks for the share!