White Christmas

As Chrissy Day is approaching, so too are the memories of my favourite festive delight. Each year for Christmas, my Mum would prepare her famous rocky road and White Christmas, which was essentially a white version of rocky road. This year I decided it was the perfect time to recreate this recipe and share it with you! I'm rather impressed I nailed it on the first go, and hope you find it as delicious as I do.

What You'll Need;

200g white couverture chocolate

4 tbsp coconut butter

2 tbsp coconut oil

1/2 cup chopped macadamias

1/2 cup coconut flakes

1/2 cup brown rice puffs

1/2 cup goji berries

1/2 cup sultanas

To begin, chop the macadamias in half and add them to a large bowl with the coconut flakes, brown rice puffs, goji berries and sultanas. Set this bowl aside, and fill up a small pot 1/2 way with water and bring to a boil on the stove top. Take out a slightly larger heat proof bowl, and place it over the boiling water. In the bowl over the boiling water, add the chopped up chocolate, coconut butter and coconut oil. To ensure your choccy doesn't burn, keep stirring and have the water level low enough so it doesn't touch the bottom of the bowl. Once the mixture is melted and well combined, take it off the heat and pour it into the dry mixture. Combine all ingredients thoroughly and pour into a lined baking tray. Pop the dessert into the freezer to set overnight...or for a couple of hours, if you can't wait!