Bursting with fresh raspberry flavor and studded with chunks of melted dark chocolate, these Raspberry Chocolate Chunk Cookies take classic chocolate chip cookies to a whole new level!

You can never have too many chocolate chip cookie recipes, right? Be sure to also check out our Copycat Levain Chocolate Chip Cookies, Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies, and Pecan Chocolate Chip Cookies!

raspberry chocolate chip cookies on a wire rack and one cookie broken in half and stacked on another

These cookies are the creation of my oldest daughter, who has recently become really interested in my job as a food blogger. A few weeks ago we had bought a bunch of raspberries just for snacking and Clara said, "Mom, I've got a great idea. How about making raspberry cookies for your blog?"

She's in 2nd grade and often coming up with recipe ideas and then encouraging me to share them on here.

A while back her big ideas that persisted for a while were brownies with whipped cream and pomegranates with chocolate chips.

An image of balls of chocolate chip cookie dough with raspberries lined up in rows on a baking sheet.

I have to admit that I was skeptical at first about this raspberry cookie idea, but she kept after it. For weeks. So the other afternoon we decided to give them a try.

And she was definitely on to something because these were delicious!

Soft and chewy raspberry chocolate chunk cookies on a piece of parchment paper.

I happened to have a big bar of dark chocolate from Trader Joe's in the cupboard so I chopped that up to stir into my favorite basic cookie dough base along with some frozen raspberries. Because I love the combo of dark chocolate and raspberries.

And many of my readers do too, judging by the reactions I got to the raspberry chocolate tart and white chocolate raspberry truffle ice cream recipes I shared last year!

You could totally just use semisweet chocolate chips and make these raspberry chocolate chip cookies if you don't have a bar of dark chocolate on hand though. Or you can even buy bags of chocolate chunks so you don't have to chop up a bar of chocolate yourself.

It's important to use frozen raspberries in these cookies because otherwise they would fall apart when you add them to the dough.

Even frozen, raspberries are pretty delicate and you don't want to stir to much or it will crush them and you won't get the same big bursts of raspberry flavor that make these cookies so wonderful.

I think these are perfect for Valentine's Day, but they would be delicious anytime.

An image of dark chocolate chunk cookies with raspberries cooling on a wire cooling rack.

Valentine's Day Traditions

Speaking of Valentine's Day, it's coming up so soon! Just two weeks away! What do you do to make Valentine's Day special at your house?

If you are like us and always stay in on Valentine's Day, this chicken madeira or this creamy roasted garlic & mushroom risotto would make a delicious and romantic date-night-in dinner. Especially with some fresh, warm Lion House dinner rolls slathered in raspberry butter.

We always make cut-out sugar cookies and decorate them together sometime during the week of Valentine's Day. I've got lots more yummy Valentine's Day worthy recipe ideas in my archives that you can check out!

Chocolate chip raspberry cookies on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper.

We have a tradition called "Secret Cupid" that my friend Rachel introduced us to back when Clara was just a toddler. Years ago when my husband and I were starting the adoption process for the first time, I became acquainted with a girl named Rachel who was also going through the adoption process with her husband at the same time.

Long story short, it's 7 years and 4 kids later between us and we are still friends who have never met in person but have communicated a lot online via social media, texting, and even the occasional phone call. My mom ran into Rachel at the airport once, and I met their oldest son's birthfather while renting skis in Utah. The world really is so small, especially once you factor in connections through adoption and our faith as members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Rachel & I keep talking about trying to meet in person, but it just hasn't happened. Yet.

Rachel started an amazing podcast called "3 in 30:  Takeaways for Moms" right around the time I was starting House of Nash Eats. If you are a mom, regardless of the age of your kids, you should definitely listen to her podcast because it's fantastic. The format is set up to give 3 actionable takeaways that moms can implement that week to help them feel better, be better, do better, etc.

Anyway, all that is to say that Rachel is the one who introduced our family to the idea of Secret Cupid around Valentine's Day and it has become one of our girls' most loved family traditions. It's actually caused me to love Valentine's Day, which was never really a favorite of mine before.

When they were smaller, I just did little things like cut out their sandwiches with a heart-shaped cookie cutter and told them Secret Cupid had done it. Now that the girls are 7 and 5, the way it works is we each draw a name and for the 2 weeks before Valentine's Day, we do acts of service and love for that person, becoming their "Secret Cupid" and trying to really think about how we can serve each other better.

It might sound like just "one more thing" but it really is so fun and we keep it super easy. Our older daughter had the idea last year to organize all of their shoes in their closet since our younger daughter could never find shoes when we needed to go somewhere.

They both LOVE making beds for somebody else when they are acting as Secret Cupid. Or if they happen to be setting the table they will make sure that the other person has their favorite colored cup or bowl or whatever.

Last year even set up a "Secret Cupid Store" (just a few little gifts or treats from the dollar section at Target like nail polish or socks or activity books laid out on our bed that the girls get to "shop" from one at a time to use in their service rendering, gift-giving endeavors) thanks to Episode 15 from Rachel's podcast.

Our girls are already so eager to do Secret Cupid again this year, not because they love getting things from Secret Cupid, but because they have so much fun being Secret Cupid. In fact, our youngest daughter, Rose, never let Secret Cupid die after Valentine's Day 2018 and at least 2-3 times/week she still draws us little pictures or tries cutting out hearts from construction paper and leaves them on our nightstands then comes running to say that she's pretty sure Secret Cupid has been in our room. It's seriously the sweetest.

I'm pretty sure Secret Cupid would love some of these raspberry chocolate chunk cookies this year. Do you have any favorite Valentine's Day traditions? Tell me in the comments below! 

Some of our other favorites are heart-attacking Paul's car while he is at work and looking forward to the flowers and chocolate covered strawberries he brings home every year.

An image of raspberry chocolate chip cookies on a baking sheet.

How to Make Raspberry Chocolate Chunk Cookies

  1. Cream the butter and sugars together using a stand mixer or hand mixer until light. I find that about 2 minutes on medium speed in my stand mixer is just right.
  2. Mix in the eggs and vanilla until combined. Be sure to scrape the sides and bottom of the bowl so everything is evenly incorporated.
  3. Add the flour, baking soda and salt, mixing just until combined. You don't want to overmix the flour in cookies because that's when cookies start to get dense or tough. Just mix until no streaks of flour remain.
  4. Stir in the chocolate chunks and frozen raspberries. Definitely don't overmix in this step or your raspberries will completely break apart. I find that just mixing for a second or two on low does the trick, but you could also just use a spatula to do that job.
  5. Scoop 2-tablespoon size balls of dough onto a parchment lined baking sheet, then bake for 10-12 minutes in a 350 degree oven until the cookies are just set around the edges. Be careful not to overbake.
  6. Cool completely and store in an airtight container for 3-4 days.
An image of raspberry dark chocolate chunk cookies cooling on a wire rack.

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Raspberry Chocolate Chunk Cookies

4.90 from 155 votes
Amy Nash
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Total Time 20 minutes
Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Servings 24 cookies
Bursting with fresh raspberry flavor and studded with chunks of melted dark chocolate, these Raspberry Chocolate Chunk Cookies take your classic chocolate chip cookies to a whole new level!


  • 1 cup salted butter, softened (227g)
  • ¾ cup light brown sugar, packed (150g)
  • ½ cup granulated sugar (100g)
  • 2 large eggs
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 2 ½ cups all-purpose flour (353g)
  • 1 teaspoon baking soda
  • ¼ teaspoon salt
  • 1 cup dark chocolate chunks
  • 1 ½ cups frozen raspberries (210g)


  • Preheat oven to 350°F.  Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and set aside.  
  • In the bowl of a stand mixer with a paddle attachment, beat the butter and sugars on medium speed until light and creamy, about 2-3 minutes.  
  • Add the eggs and vanilla and beat again until combined, scraping down the sides and bottom of the bowl as needed.  
  • Add the flour, baking soda and salt and mix again on low speed until combined.  
  • Gently stir in the chocolate chunks and frozen raspberries, trying not to mash the raspberries too much.  
  • Use a 2-tablespoon cookie scoop to drop balls of dough onto the parchment lined baking sheet, about 2-inches apart.  Bake for 10-12 minutes.
  • Cool on the baking sheet for a few minutes before transferring to a wire rack to cool completely.


Serving: 1cookie | Calories: 208kcal | Carbohydrates: 26g | Protein: 3g | Fat: 11g | Saturated Fat: 7g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 1g | Monounsaturated Fat: 2g | Trans Fat: 1g | Cholesterol: 34mg | Sodium: 153mg | Potassium: 90mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 14g | Vitamin A: 259IU | Vitamin C: 2mg | Calcium: 37mg | Iron: 1mg
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  1. Hey I’m trying this recipe but substituted a few things because I did not have raspberries frozen. I decided to do blackberries with white chocolate chips! They are currently in the oven baking!🥰

  2. Hii, thankyou so much for this recipe they look so good!!!!! I just want to clarify whether you used kosher salt ? or sea salt? and do you think for the vanilla, can i substitute it with maple syrup instead, in your experience will it affect the taste? Sorry for the questions, im new to baking hehe

    1. I just use regular table salt in these, but kosher salt works too. I haven't tried it with sea salt. Maple syrup won't give the same flavor as vanilla, but it might still taste good anyway.

  3. These were to die for! I just want to eat them all day every day! I will trying more of you recipes! Love you!

  4. I have been baking baking for almost 40 years as a hobby..  I havd used many types, and brands of chocolate.  I have to say the TJ’s Pound Plus bars are great to bake with, and use in desserts.  The belgian quality, and price can’t be beat!  I must try these.

  5. this recipe is literally the best. they were so delicious yum. I'm coeliac and substituted the flour for GF flour and added gum they were so perfect. Tanks so much for the recipe QUEEN

      1. Can you explain the process of freezing them? At what stage do you freeze the cookie? Once they’re baker or the step right before baking ?

        1. You could freeze them at either point. I usually prefer freezing balls of cookie dough. You can bake them straight from frozen by just adding a minute or two to your bake time. But you can also freeze the cookies after they have been baked as well.

          1. Amy,

            Thanks for the prompt response! Last question: What's the longest I can keep them frozen in the cookie dough ball form (pre bake)?

          2. They are probably best within a month, but would honestly keep for probably 2-3 if they are in a freezer-safe container.

  6. 5 stars
    Wow, these are delicious. I read ALL the reviews and changed things up a bit. I only used 1 c frozen raspberries, and 1 egg instead of 2. I was hoping to make the dough less wet based in what others had said. The dough was much firmer, and they didn't spread as much. They came out beautiful and taste delicious!!!
    Oh! I also added white chocolate chunks. Game changer!

  7. 5 stars
    These are really great , I used gluten free flour and substituted frozen chopped dark cherries. Need to buy some raspberries but they came out delicious. Followed directions and worked quickly, have made mistakes before and dough can be too runny if beat too long. Making these again for Valentines Day❣️

  8. 5 stars
    Made these today exactly as the recipe stated and they came out perfect! More of a cakey cookie but still delicious and I would make them again!

  9. These look stunning but I live in Australia and our cup sizes are quit different. If you could tell me the weight of each cup of butter, sugar and flour I could figure out the rest, many thanks M

    1. I've been working on getting those added to each of my recipes but hadn't gotten to this one. Just added them for you!

  10. 5 stars
    These were delicious and so easy to make. I added 1/4 cup more flour to keep them from spreading and it worked beautifully. Raspberry flavor with the dark chocolate made this an elevated, very delicious chocolate chip cookie. It was a great addition to the Wedding Cookie Table (A Pittsburgh Tradiition! 🙂

  11. 5 stars
    Super yummy and seriously pretty! I made these for my boyfriend for Valentine's Day and I was so excited since the batter looked super pretty! I'm all about that aesthetic when baking! These are a win for my household and I'll make them again for family events! I'll be looking for a cookbook from you guys because these were delicious!

  12. Hello Amy would these be good glazed? I think I will try these with a lemon glaze as well.

    1. You can but they tend to fall apart in the dough a bit. The frozen raspberries hold their shape better, even then you still need to be careful stirring. But you can definitely use fresh, the raspberries just might break apart more.

  13. 2 stars
    Turned out very soft and cakey, almost wet. Would maybe be better using freeze dried raspberries, but the frozen/fresh raspberries don’t work in cookies.

  14. 1 star
    I run a cottage bakery and was so excited to use this recipe.
    The flavor was lovely. But that's the only positive thing I can say.
    The cookies were flatter than pancakes and absolute wet mush. Raspberry and chocolate are a lovely combo but this recipe needs to be remained using freeze-dried raspberries.
    The level of liquid added by frozen berries simply doesn't work.