A type of chocolate product that is white in color and is made with cocoa butter, sugar, milk, and a bit of vanilla extract. White chocolate does not contain cocoa solids so it really isn't a true chocolate, but it is called white chocolate because it contains cocoa butter. To be considered a true white chocolate, this sweet must contain a minimum of 20% cocoa butter by weight, however there are many products advertised as "white chocolate" that do not actually contain the required minimum of 20% cocoa butter. Available as bars of chocolate, morsels, or chips, white chocolate is used in a number of sweet dishes and desserts and is popular as a coating for pretzels and nuts.
White chocolate, coconut, and macadamia nuts combined together to make one irresistible cookie. Decorated for the holidays, this delicious cookie will be the first to disappear from your holiday treat tray.
White asparagus is sweeter and milder than green asparagus. White asparagus is popular in Europe; in the U.S., it's a more of a specialty item. Look for it at farmer's markets or the produce section of gourmet grocery stores.
Cake decorating with chocolate offers many ways to add fun and delicious looking decorations to use when decorating chocolate cakes, white cakes, or any flavor cake that pairs well with chocolate. The chocolate decorations can be used alone or added to other decorating designs.
This soft textured White Creamy Frosting recipe is thick enough for piping and creating shapes. It will remain soft and when made with butter, it has a rich flavor. Because of its ability to hold its shape, it works well for cake, cupcake, and cookie decorating.
Chocolate is used in many candy recipes: cakes, cookies, and for decorating foods such as chocolate covered strawberries. Chocolate shapes, such as chocolate kisses are used in recipes such as Chocolate Drop Pretzels. We have many recipes for satisfying anyone's chocolate cravings.