Traditionally, white Christmas is made with a mixture of glacé fruit, desiccated coconut, sugar, and rice bubbles, but white chocolate can also be used for a tasty shortcut. It’s bound together with coconut oil, creating a lovely waxy texture and nutty flavour. Here, we’ve provided a few different variations on the classic recipe, including delicious mud cakes and ice-cream. Scroll down for more…
Wouldn’t be the festive season without a plate of this!
This classic white Christmas recipe will have you celebrating Christmas in style with white chocolate, dried fruits and nuts, and crispy puffed rice.
This recipe can be made 1 week ahead. Add chocolate coating up to 3 hours before serving. Note
A classic festive dessert, this beautiful white chocolate Christmas slice is packed full of the sweetness of dried fruit and the crunch of fresh nuts. Wrap in coloured cellophane for a thoughtful gift.
White chocolate fans rejoice! This delicious White Christmas slice is filled with chewy cherries, apricots and coconut. Quick and easy just refrigerate till firm, then serve.
White Christmas is becoming a classic Australian treat for the festive season. It’s not particularly sophisticated, but the taste means it doesn’t have to be.