Technically, white chocolate is not chocolate because it lacks cocoa solids. But it is terrific. If you're not already a fan of white chocolate, recipes for White Chocolate Flan, White Chocolate Brownies, or White Chocolate and Almond Pound Cake will quickly make you love the stuff.
Fresh berries nestled atop a creamy filling and drizzled with chocolate make these meringue shells a dessert you won't be able to resist.
These tiny coconut-dusted truffles take only an hour to make. To cut prep time even more, make square truffles. The Triple chocolate truffles have a traditional truffle center that's draped in melted chocolate then drizzled with white chocolate.
Swirl some of the ruby red sauce through the filling, and drizzle the rest of the sauce over the cheesecake wedges when serving.
Impress guests with this three-ingredient holiday dessert. Make sure the white chocolate is almost set before adding the peppermints to ensure the candies don't melt.
To create the foamy layer on top of this winter drink, blend some of the hot chocolate mixture in a blender until frothy, and spoon it on each serving.
Lime juice adds a fresh taste to this fudge. Serve it at spring parties and celebrations.
Frozen puff pastry sheets make these bite-size desserts easy to prepare.
If you wish, you can substitute fresh Key lime juice or regular lime juice for the bottled juice. Fresh Key limes can be found in Hispanic markets.
The steps and time to make this beautifully delicious dessert is worth the taste and compliments received.
Garnish a wedge of cheesecake or a dish of ice cream or sorbet with a pair of these lacy leaf trims.
With their candy-clay bows, these fancied-up cupcakes are real showstoppers guaranteed to bring compliments to those patient enough to make them. Candy clay -- a pliable mixture of candy coating and corn syrup -- is similar to fondant, but when freshly made, it is much easier to work with.
Make these easy chocolate candies for Easter baskets or to serve with Easter dinner. Pudding mix provides the chocolate for the centers. For the coating, you can choose either dark chocolate, milk chocolate, or white chocolate.
This super-sweet white chocolate fondue is meant for dipping. Pound cake or fruit chunks make tasty dippers.
This Christmas or winter pie blends layers of tart cranberries with a fluffy white-chocolate mixture. The lattice top is whipped cream.