When it comes to chocolate most people have a favorite type – dark, milk, or white chocolate. I’m of the sort who likes it all, it just depends on my current mood which one I’d prefer.
I find white chocolate is best when paired with other flavors. It’s perfect for making desserts stand out, and adding that perfect flavor of creamy chocolate. If you love the creamy white candy, then you’re bound to love one of these decadent desserts starring white chocolate.
White Chocolate Desserts
I am personally a lover for all things cheesecake. The white fluffy look you get with a traditional cheesecake like in this No-Bake White Chocolate Peppermint Cheesecake from Cookie Dough and Oven Mitt always gets my tastebuds dancing. However, another great way to eat cheesecake is in bar form as it generally makes enough to feed a bigger crowd. Something like these White Chocolate Raspberry Cheesecake Bars from My Organized Chaos creates a perfect pairing. Finally, cheesecake is always great served as a dip. Homemade Hooplah has us covered for both the dip, and dippers with this Pumpkin Cheesecake Dip with White Chocolate Graham Crackers.
While we’re on the topic of cake like desserts, these other recipes would make a delicious statement for guests during the upcoming holidays. Give this White Chocolate Pumpkin Cream Pie from Everyday Eileen a try or whip up a White Chocolate Raspberry Trifle courtesy of Tastes of Lizzy T. Either one will leave guests feeling like they got a special treat.
While desserts that feed a crowd are great for fancy parties, sometimes you just want to snack on some chocolate. Eating on a Dime gives us a White Chocolate Popcorn perfect for movie nights with the family or anytime snacking. It seems to me that dried fruit and chocolate go well together, which is why this White Chocolate Cranberry Granola from The Country Chic Cottage sounds perfect for a fall snack.
Finally, for a unique combination, you might try these White Chocolate Gingerbread Crescent Rolls from 4 Sons ‘R’ Us. Or combine a little white and milk chocolate in Lori’s Chocolate Milk Chocolate Pudding.
You’ll be glad you tried at least one of these recipes! What’s your favorite type of chocolate?