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White {Chocolate} Christmas

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white chocolate recipes

There’s something so inviting and “wintery” about the look of white chocolate, which makes it perfect for holiday treats! Here are a few yummy recipes links for all my fellow sweet tooth friends out there…ENJOY!

Pictured above, clockwise from top left:
White Chocolate Truffle and Chocolate Fudge Layer Cake
White Chocolate Tiramisu Trifle with Spiced Pears
White Chocolate Cheesecake with White Chocolate Brandy Sauce
White Chocolate Amaretto Cake

white chocolate recipes

Pictured above: Paula Deen’s White Hot Chocolate and Rachael Ray’s White Chocolate-Rum Shake.

Pictured below: White Chocolate Holiday Bark with cranberries & pistachios.

white chocolate recipes

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5 responses to “White {Chocolate} Christmas”

  1. Dawn says:

    OMG, as if I need more reasons to gain weight over the holidays! I love the cheesecake one, anything cheesecake is #1 in my book http//:www.dawnypoo.blogspot.com

  2. These photos could make a person drool. White Chocolate – what a wonderful theme for all sorts of occasions. By the way, your website is really terrific!

  3. I made the pear and white chocolate trifle for my familiy this year for Christmas…they almost licked the bowl.. I had to improvise a few ingredients.. I used equal parts lemonade and applejuice instead of the pear nectar and I couldn’t find the cardemon pods so I used ground alspice and put the liquid through a strainer…Made me have mini food-gasms!!!

  4. That trifle looks amazing! I’m going to have to make that for my next dinner party, for sure. Thanks for the ideas!!

  5. Harsh Ranjan says:

    White chocolate originates from the cocoa (cacao) plant, but it is not ‘chocolate.’ According to the FDA, to be called ‘chocolate’ a product must contain chocolate liquor, which is what gives it the biter intense chocolate flavor (and color) to dark and milk chocolates.