Sweeten The Table With White Christmas

02:54' 07-12-2018
An important part of the Christmas tradition is food. Apart from the Christmas Dinner, its the custom to have many bowls and plates around with snacks such as sweets, nuts, dried fruit, cake and biscuits.

    Kết quả hình ảnh cho White Christmas sweet

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    One favourite is “White Christmas”, a sweet which is usually only made at this time of the year. There are many recipes for it, and they're all basically simple, so you can vary them to suit your own tastes.

    For instance, this recipe, by Cassandra on the Allrecipes site, includes a cup of rice bubbles, but you can substitute any dry cereal like corn flakes.

    Also, dried fruit can be replaced by berries. Whatever you use, the dried fruit should be chopped into small pieces, about the size of currants or raisins. Traditional White Christmas always includes glace cherries.

    Copha is a type of vegetable cooking fat made from coconut oil.

    Preparation and cooking time are less than an hour, but it has to be put in the fridge for a couple of hours to chill.

    The ingredients listed here will make 24 slices.


    • 1 cup powdered milk
    • 1 cup rice bubbles
    • 1 cup icing sugar
    • 1/2 cup desiccated coconut
    • 1 cup mixed dried fruit
    • ½ cup glace cherries
    • 250g copha
    • 2 tsp vanilla essence


    • Melt the copha, and leave it to cool.
    • Cut the dried fruit into small pieces.
    • Mix all the dry ingredients together, then add the melted copha and vanilla and mix.
    • Pour into a slice tin or baking tray, lined with baking paper, and press the mixture evenly into the tray.
    • Chill in the refrigerator until it has set firm.
    • Cut it into squares.

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