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Traditional white Christmas recipes makeover

There’s something reassuring about the traditional recipes that abound during the festive season. Christmas puddings, truffles, gingerbread, mince pies and, of course a good old fashioned white Christmas slice. People pull out their family recipes, or go in search of tried and true recipes. So we’ve taken the traditional white Christmas recipe and given it a makeover with these delicious twists.

Traditional white Christmas recipe

The recipe for a traditional white Christmas has remained almost unchanged for decades. It’s familiar, it’s easy and it’s almost essential to have on offer at pre-Christmas parties or to make for the kids as edible gifts. Plus, you have to say, if it ain’t broke, why fix it? So here, in all it’s traditional glory is the recipe for white Christmas.

 

White Christmas with Chocolate, Craisins and Pistachios

Not straying too far from the traditional recipe, here dried fruit mix has been swapped out for craisins and pistachios. It’s still got that Christmassy vibe with pops of red and green mixed in with the white. Once the slice has chilled, the cut white Christmas bars are dipped into melted chocolate for a grown-up chocolatey twist.

 

 

White Christmas Minty Treats

If there’s another treat that’s synonymous with Christmas, it’s candy canes. These mint-flavoured sweets hang from the tree, get stuck into cards and are given out with sweet abandon during the silly season. So why not combine that minty candy cane flavour with white Christmas to make a fresh and fun edible treat. You can get the edible Christmas decorations like the santas, holly, candy canes etc from the baking aisle of supermarkets or cake decorating stores. Get your kids involved and enjoy making these white Christmas minty treats for your Christmas event.

 

 

 

*DISCLAIMER: Copha is a contributing recipe Partner at myfoodbook.com.au. This article features content sourced from Copha and our own opinions. For more information visit the Copha website.

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