Love white chocolate? Find delicious recipes for white chocolate cheesecake, white chocolate mousse, cookies and more.
This is a super-delicious cheesecake, which is the perfect end to any meal. A biscuit base is filled with a white chocolate, strawberry and raspberry cheesecake filling.
TRUST ME ON THIS -- Anyone who likes white chocolate will LOVE this cheesecake! Great for dinner guests and parties. This cheesecake will keep (removed from the tin, in an airtight container) for up to 3 days. Takes a while to make but every bit of it is worth it in the end!
This is a dense white chocolate cheesecake that is very smooth and melts in the mouth. There's white chocolate brandy sauce to top it off. I garnish the cheesecake with mint leaves and either raspberries or strawberries.
I made these for the first time last year. Things were a bit tight money wise so I decided to make sweets. Everyone loved them and I have an order for this year. Quick, easy, effective and yummy!
This is an easy to make treat with minimal cooking I make with my daughters (age 3 and 16 months). The youngest likes cleaning out the bowls and whisks.
This biscotti recipe is a little different than others. It will give you a soft biscotti. It will make a wonderful addition to your biscuit plate, when served with tea or coffee.
Deliciously rich, soft and chewy cookies made with white chocolate and macadamia nuts. You can add white chocolate chips if you prefer. Serve these indulgent treats with tea, coffee or on their own.
The star of this recipe is the white chocolate. When the cookies are baked, the white chocolate oozes into the cookie, creating a wonderfully rich treat. The crunch of the macadamia nuts makes these cookies absolutely perfect.
This is a delicious white chocolate three-layer cake recipe. It can be layered with cream and fresh fruit, or with your favourite icing recipe - buttercream or cream cheese icing would both work a treat!
These moreish morsels just look like Christmas puddings. They are really nice for kid's Christmas parties, or even a work do. Place them on a festive platter decorated with some green winter leaves or more mint for a nice touch.
These cakes are rich, delicious and a real treat for any white chocolate lover. White chocolate enriched cakes are drenched in white chocolate ganache and icing.
These delicious cupcakes take very little time to throw together. They are sweet, fruity and totally moreish. White chocolate chips and mixed berries grace these wonderful morsels.
On special occasions I make white and dark chocolate mousse. I love both versions. For a very special occasion, you can make both and then layer the mousse in clear dessert glasses for a very impressive presentation!
Three words describe this dessert - rich, creamy and decadent. You can make this super-easy mousse in one serving bowl or in very small portions. Garnish with fresh raspberries and chocolate curls, if desired.
These truffles are easy to make and taste fab. They are flavoured with white chocolate and coconut rum. Enjoy as an after dinner treat or simply snack on them all day long! Make a big batch and give them away as food gifts.
White chocolate chips and almond flavour this decadently delicious traybake. For the middle layer, use any flavour of berry jam you'd like - raspberry, blackberry, strawberry or even cherry.
This is a three-layer white chocolate cake with a luscious white chocolate cream cheese frosting. The cake is studded with pecans, which you can also use to decorate the top of the cake, if desired.
A nice change of pace for Christmas or any time, these taste like your favourite gingerbread man turned into a chewy cookie! The white chocolate chips are divine, though you could use plain chocolate if desired.
These make a nice change from the norm. They're like Hobnobs but with white chocolate chips in them, and when they're warm - they never last long! Set your timer, these cookies taste best when they are cooked until just light golden brown in colour.
If you like your biscuits or cookies to be crispy, bake longer. If you like them to be softer, leave the cookies on the baking tray for a few minutes before removing to cooling racks.