If you love white chocolate biscuits, you'll adore these cranberry and white chocolate scones! Scones are a lot like biscuits, but generally richer and creamier, making them a terrific teatime treat. Do your best to serve these warm from the oven, and slather with whipped cream or butter, if you like.
Coconut and a sweet glaze top these wintry-looking white chocolate cookies. And they couldn’t be easier to make: They start with purchased cookie dough and require only a small handful of other ingredients.
The combination of white chocolate and macadamia nuts never fails to impress. Here, the dynamite duo stars in white chocolate cookies that are as easy to make as any other drop cookie recipe you’ve ever baked.
With a filling of sweet mascarpone layered with gem-colored raspberry preserves, these stunning white chocolate cookies can easily double as dessert. Put them out on a table of holiday appetizers and mini-sweets.
This luscious truffle recipe is quick and easy to make. For a fresh twist on the classic variation, we've dipped it in white chocolate instead of dark.
When you want to make a lasting impression, finish a holiday meal with this tall beauty. The striking cranberry filling is flavored with orange, cinnamon, ginger, and cloves—a bright and refreshing contrast to the lavish white chocolate frosting.
You can fill this white chocolate fudge with dried tart cherries or cranberries, as well as sliced almonds. For an even more decadent treat, top each square with creamy vanilla frosting.
Here, rich white chocolate filling billows over the dark chocolate crust, with a double-dose of mint flavor throughout. And it all takes just 20 minutes to put together.
These white chocolate cranberry cookies make lovely food gifts for the holidays. They’re basically shortbread, made extra-festive with cranberries and a two-ingredient white chocolate icing.
This white chocolate custard, topped with a sweetened and spiced layer of fresh cranberries, will make an impressive ending to a holiday gathering. For extra glamour, top with a little edible gold glitter.
A basic shortbread recipe requires only butter, flour, and sugar. Add just a few more ingredients for these spectacular cherry and white chocolate cookies. They’re perfect for gift-giving or for serving on a holiday buffet.
Filled with raspberry preserves and covered with a fluffy white chocolate frosting, this red velvet cake makes a gorgeous centerpiece for your holiday table. P.S.: When choosing a white chocolate bar for this recipe, be sure to select one that has cocoa butter in the ingredients listing.
Add a crown of raspberry to baked white chocolate cookies, then drizzle with an easy white chocolate icing for one spectacular treat. Keep the drizzle in mind and use it the next time you want to add an extra white-chocolate flourish to other cookie recipes.
White chocolate biscuits studded with almonds make a one-of-a-kind topping for this cherry cobbler. If you really want to go all out, serve with our sweet almond-mascarpone topping. If not, a scoop of vanilla ice cream will make everyone happy, too.
This irresistible dessert starts with three pistachio-studded layers of tender, buttery cake. But what knocks it out of the park is the extravagant white chocolate frosting. P.S.: If you’ve never made a true buttercream frosting, take our word for it: The time is now!
Here, the ever-popular duo of white chocolate and macadamia nuts stars in a four-ingredient confection. You’ll also love the way the lemon candy adds a sweet-tart angle to the clever version of white chocolate bark.
Drizzled with a white chocolate glaze and sprinkled with toasted almonds, this moist cake is a sumptuous treat. The graceful swoops and curves of a fluted tube pan shape it into something simply beautiful.
The simple brownie gets a stylish makeover thanks to white chocolate and macadamia nuts. You’ll love the easy white chocolate icing—it’s made simply by sprinkling chopped white baking chocolate over the warm brownies, waiting for the chocolate to melt, then spreading over the uncut brownies.
This white chocolate peppermint bark is so simple the kids can help make it. To add extra holiday appeal, use red-and-white candy canes to top half the recipe, and decorate the other half with green-and-white candy canes.
These white chocolate cookies brim with white chocolate, macadamia nuts, and figs, plus brown sugar for extra richness. For a finishing touch, drizzle our one-ingredient white chocolate icing.
This recipe transforms ever-popular pecan sandies into show-stopping white chocolate cookies. Another time, use the versatile glaze as a white chocolate icing for other cookies from your kitchen.
White chocolate, macadamia nuts, and coconut make a terrific trio for this magical confection. The extra-easy recipe can be made in a microwave.
With a few extra stir-ins, classic rice-cereal treats become a batch of dashing white chocolate cranberry cookies. A touch of cinnamon and a sprinkling of nuts bring even more to love.
Here’s a recipe for white chocolate cranberry cookies in an easy-to-make cookie-bar form. Serve the goodies as a sweet, casual snack. Or, transform them into a simple dessert by topping them with a whipped cream topping spiked with cinnamon.
These are the type of decadent white chocolate cookies you’d expect to pay handsomely for at a stylish bakery-café. Instead, you can make this easy recipe at home for a lot less. Better yet, these easy drop cookies freeze beautifully for up to three months.
For a great gift idea, give a bundle of these satisfying white chocolate biscuits with a package of gourmet coffee or tea. P.S.: The recipe goes easy on fat and calories, so they’re an especially good gift for the health-conscious.
Cookies in a jar are great for gift-giving any time of year. This creative and colorful recipe layers white chocolate, macadamia nuts, coconut, and dried apricots with the base ingredients for a simple-but-sublime drop cookie.