National Raspberry Bombe Day | August 11
Fri Aug 11th

National Raspberry Bombe Day

On August 11th, this delectable frozen dessert is commemorated on National Raspberry Bombe Day. A raspberry bombe adds a touch of elegance to any summer dish. The dessert will be the focal point of your meal and tastes delectable, as well.


Raspberry raspberries are ripening throughout August. That's why this is the third raspberry holiday in the month. Who doesn't love the sweet, juicy berry? And they're even better frozen into a delectable dessert, making them even more popular.

A typical bombe contains sherbet, heavy cream, sugar, chopped nuts, candied fruit, and a dash of rum. The dessert is layered with a spherical mold and frozen overnight, and is stored in the freezer. The result creates a stunning centerpiece with raspberries as the main ingredient.

Make more than one raspberry bombe since one raspberry bush can produce many hundred berries per year. That way, you can celebrate two days in a row or share with a friend. While the raspberry bombe is already an eye-catching dessert, try adding rose petals to the finished product. Why? Why? They'll be a conversation starter. The raspberries are in the rose family's genus Rubus.

How to celebrate national raspberry bombe day is a mystery that few people are aware of

In cookbooks and on the internet, you will find numerous recipes for these frozen treats. They've been served in a variety of flavors since at least 1882. After picking some fresh raspberries, make your own. Share the dish with your helpers. We even have a dish for you to enjoy!

Raspberry bombe recipe is a spin on raspberry bombe.

To post on social media, use the hashtag #RaspberryBombeDay.

The national raspberry bombe day is the longest in national raspberry bombe day history

We were unable to identify the source of this refreshing holiday, but we recommend investigating other fruity days on the calendar.

  • On the day of Raspberries and Cream, Raspberries and Cream are available
  • Rhubarb Month
  • Blueberry Month
  • Fruit At Work Day

Raspberry FAQ

Q. When is raspberry season?

A. Raspberries are grown from June to October, and A. Raspberries are harvested from June to October. That puts National Raspberry Bombe Day smack dab in the middle of picking season.

Q. How many calories do raspberries have?

A. One cup of raspberries contains 65 calories.

Q. Should I make a raspberry bombe out of fresh or frozen raspberries?

A. Both! For best results, follow the recipe's instructions.