15 Sweet And Rich White Chocolate Recipes You Have To Try

Chocolate is a common ingredient in a wide variety of recipes. However, white chocolate is not as common and can make your home cooking really stand out.

Sweet And Rich White Chocolate Recipes You Have To Try

Whether you’re looking for a new twist on an old favorite or want to try something completely different, why not get some white chocolate and treat yourself to something delicious?

These 15 sweet and rich white chocolate recipes are ones that you definitely have to try!

1. Homemade White Chocolate Mocha Recipe

You don’t need to go to Starbucks or your favorite coffee shop to get a white chocolate mocha anymore as with this recipe, you can make one at home.

The ingredients list is pretty small as all you need is a cup of your favorite coffee, some high-quality white chocolate, milk, and sugar. You can use any type of milk you want but the higher fat it is, the richer your mocha will be.

You can also add some heavy cream to the top for some extra indulgence. It’s best to use strongly brewed coffee as the addition of the chocolate and milk will soften the taste.

2. Raspberry White Chocolate Chip Cookies

White chocolate chip cookies are a great alternative to the regular chocolate chip cookies and the addition of raspberry makes these a great Valentine’s treat, too.

The cookie mixture is made from oats, all-purpose flour, baking soda, softened butter, sugar, egg, and vanilla extract.

The raspberries and chocolate chips need to be softly added to the mix as well with some of the raspberries held back so they can be added to the mixture as you make your cookies.

Once mixed, they only need around 10 to 11 minutes in the oven before they are done.

3. Raspberry and White Chocolate Strudel

The addition of white chocolate gives this German dessert an interesting twist. In all, these delicious dessert will take only 30 minutes to prep and bake, making it a relatively quick and easy dessert to make.

The main ingredient that you will need are sheets of phyllo dough which will make a flaky and light crust when baked. The filling is made from raspberries, white chocolate chips, lemon zest, cornstarch and sugar.

Once baked, it can be served either hot or cooled.

4. White Chocolate Banana Bread

Banana bread is one of those staple recipes that every home cook knows how to bake because of how easy and common it is. This recipe takes this old favorite and adds a new twist with some white chocolate.

The recipe begins as all banana bread recipes do, but when your batter is finished and mixed you should then add some white chocolate chips to it before baking for around an hour.

This recipe is best with very ripe bananas and high-quality white chocolate that has a high cocoa content.

5. White Chocolate Brownies

Like banana bread, brownies are another staple recipe of many families. Who doesn’t leave these gooey and chocolatey treats?

The consistency of these brownies is heavy, thick, and buttery, so they’re less doughy and gooey than the milk chocolate varieties but they’re just as delicious.

You will need some white chocolate that is finely chopped for the brownies and you can use some melted white chocolate chips for drizzling sauce for those finishing touches.

The brownies will take around 40 to 45 minutes to bake and if you do use the drizzling sauce, give this a few minutes to set before you serve.

6. White Chocolate Cranberry Cookies

The addition of cranberry to these cookies makes them an ideal choice for the festive season but they’re also good all year round. They’re and ideal choice for cookies that will make an impression and aren’t your regular chocolate chip option.

You can use either sweetened or unsweetened cranberries, depending on your own preference but you shouldn’t use fresh cranberries. The recipe doesn’t require any eggs so don’t forget to sneak a taste of your raw cookie dough before you bake the cookies!

7. White Chocolate Fudge Recipe

Fudge is a high in sugar treat that kids love but is also a favorite of many adults. It makes for ideal party food as it is best served in small bite-sized shapes, ensuring there is plenty to go around your guests.

The fudge is quick to make and only requires white chocolate, condensed milk, vanilla, and salt. Once the mixture is melted and fully mixed together, you can leave it in the fridge for an hour to set.

You can add some colored sprinkles on top to give it a colorful and festive appearance.

8. White Chocolate Ice Cream

Making your own ice cream at home has become very popular over the last few years and this recipe instructs you on how to make your own white chocolate ice cream.

You will need to chop your chocolate into small pieces so that it will melt more easily as you make the ice cream.

Once everything is mixed together correctly, let your ice cream maker do the work and you will have a refreshingly chocolatey, but light, ice cream that will taste delicious either on it’s own or when served with chocolate cake.

9. White Chocolate Macadamia Nut Cookies

Macadamia nuts and white chocolate are always a winning combination and there is nothing better than macadamia nuts, white chocolate, and cookies.

It’s best to use both white and brown sugar for this recipe as the brown sugar will give you the chewy and moist consistency that you need for this type of cookie.

The cookies only take around ten minutes to bake in the oven so even the most impatient cookie addict won’t have long to wait. You can get even more flavor out of the cookies by roasting the macadamia nuts before adding them to your cookie mixture.

10. White Chocolate Mousse

This white chocolate mousse is fluffy and smooth and will make a lovely dessert for Valentine’s day or any time of the year. It doesn’t need many ingredients, just egg yolks, granulated sugar, heavy whipping cream, white chocolate baking chips.

You can add some vanilla to bring out the chocolatey favor if you wish. As with all mousse recipes, the key is to whip the cream fully and make sure it has enough time to chill.

11. White Chocolate Oreo Cookies

Oreos are a popular ingredient in cookies and this recipe adds them to white chocolate cookies. Simply make some cookie dough as normal and then add in some crushed Oreo cookies and white chocolate chips.

The cookies only need about seven to nine minutes to be baked, making them a quick but delicious treat.

12. White Chocolate Peppermint Bark

Nothing says Christmas like peppermint bark! It looks festive and thanks to the peppermint extract, it tastes festive too. This bark uses both white chocolate and dark chocolate to make it taste really indulgent.

Once the mixture is prepared, you just need to leave it in the fridge for 30 minutes to set. You can then break it into small pieces and enjoy the taste.

13. White Chocolate Raspberry Tart

No baking is required with this delicious white chocolate raspberry tart. It has a white chocolate filling that is mixed with a raspberry coulis to get a lovely marbled effect.

Decorate the top of your tart with a circle of raspberries to make a cheesecake that looks as good as it tastes. Serve a slice with some raspberries and more of your coulis to make it look and taste even better.

14. White Chocolate Raspberry Truffle Cheesecake

This decadent white chocolate raspberry cheesecake is egg-free and has a luxurious velvet texture.

It has a crust made from chocolate cookies or crackers and the cheesecake filling is made primarily from white chocolate, cream cheese, and seedless raspberry jam. It can be served with some fresh raspberries, coulis, or additional chocolate.

15. White Chocolate Truffles

For our final recipe, we’ve chosen something versatile enough to be a dessert, snack, or even a gift for a loved one. They’re ideal for Christmas but can also be eaten all year around.

You will get better and more delicious results if you use a high-quality white chocolate and heavy cream that has a high fat content. Once your ganache has set you can roll into truffle sized balls and decorate each one with some shredded coconut.

If you don’t like coconut, this can be substituted for chopped nuts, sprinkles, or even dark chocolate.

Final Thoughts

White chocolate can be used in a wide variety of different recipes. Whether you’re looking for a new cookie recipe, a cheesecake, mousse, or brownies, there is a white chocolate recipe out there.

We hope that these 15 sweet and rich white chocolate recipes will set your tastebuds alight!

Rebecca Holmes