Traditional White Christmas

Traditional White Christmas

Although White Christmas is an Australian culture, I’ve never made it. My nan used to make it all the time, along beside her rum balls but I didn’t have her procedure. I discovered this one amongst all mum’s old methods that I had and made a test run of it a few weeks ago, and I must say that I am super fascinated with this light and fleecy and very delightful Christmas dessert. Christmas is an extraordinary time for a traditionalist. It’s a time to try your hand at the ingredients your grandmother used to cook from roast turkey to plum pudding, thick sauce and brandy butter.


This procedure is fast, pleasant and sure to be a happy season hit with the whole family time to pull out my White Christmas Slice method. An original Christmas masterpiece, this slice is prepared with filled rice (rice bubbles), sultanas, glace cherries, almonds and coconut. But what about the traditional white chocolate? This is no usual white Christmas procedure. I have used an additional unique element. This conventional white Christmas ingredients will have you partying Christmas in style with white chocolate, dried fruits and nuts, and crispy puffed rice.



  • ¾ cup dried fruit medley
  • 3 cups puffed rice cereal
  • 1 cup desiccated coconut
  • ¾ cup pure icing sugar sifted
  • 1 cup skim powdered milk
  • ¼ cup cherries
  • Copha



  • Add the rice bubbles, coconut, icing sugar, powdered milk, dried fruits and cherries to a bowl and mix well.
  • Melt the copha in a separate bowl and pour the melted copha into the mix.
  • Press into tin and freeze until set.


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