White Chocolate Biscuits

One thing is for sure and that is I will be making variations for these white chocolate biscuits. I have shaped them like biscotti but they didn’t harden as I would expect them to. They were however delicious and you can elevate them by drizzling some white chocolate over the top once baked.

White Chocolate Biscuits
White Chocolate Biscuits
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Our weather is usually very consistent. The wind blows in Gordons Bay throughout the summer months. A south easterly wind ensures that our heat wave is not unbearable which is a good thing. Very seldom this wind brings rain and is known as a black south easter. But most times it is just hot and breezy. And it will stay this way until we leave for overseas at the end of April. But this year was completely different. We had a lot of rain in March which was right in the middle of our grape harvest season. This unexpected wet weather has affected the quantity of grapes picked for wine making. It also led to an early winter. Never before have we had the heating on over Easter. And by the middle of April I was wearing my winter clothes. No gentle easing into the cold.

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My autumn clothes of light weight pants and thin long sleeve tops were ignored. By the end of April it was thick jerseys and a scarf for me. This made packing for overseas much easier as I was not wearing the clothes I needed for Italy. But it left me not quite sure what to do with the heated towel rail and autumn duvet. I did not want to turn the towel rail on before we left for overseas as it seemed a waste for one week. But the towels do not dry if we have consistent cold weather. And I also cannot sleep at night if I am cold, and it seems neither can Holly as she has taken to sleeping on the bed with us. For sure, the last thing I want is a 15kg dog snuggled up to me all night!

White Chocolate Biscuits


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White Chocolate Biscuits

These are the perfect sweet biscuit
Recipe Category: Baking
Makes enough for: 13 biscuits
All Rights Reserved: An original recipe from Lavender and Lime


  • 200 g flour, plus extra for dusting
  • 66 g xylitol
  • 33 g coconut sugar
  • 5 mls baking powder
  • 2 eggs, lightly beaten
  • 90 g white chocolate, roughly chopped


  • Preheat the oven to 180° Celsius
  • Place the flour, xylitol, sugar and baking powder into a mixing bowl and whisk to combine
  • Slowly pour in the eggs while you mix the ingredients together
  • Once a dough forms, add the white chocolate and mix in
  • Tip the dough out onto a lightly floured surface and knead until smooth
  • Roll to form a sausage shape then flatten to be 5cm wide and 3cm high
  • Place onto a lined baking tray, place into the oven and bake for 30 minutes
  • Remove from the oven and leave on the tray to cool for 15 minutes
  • Reduce the oven temperature to 160° Celsius
  • Remove the biscuit log from the tray, trim the ends and cut into 2cm thick slices
  • Place each slice cut side up onto the baking tray and place back into the oven
  • Bake for 15 minutes then remove the tray from the oven
  • Place the biscuits onto a wire rack until completely cool
  • Store in an airtight container
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6 thoughts on “White Chocolate Biscuits

  1. *smile* Well, since ‘weather’ travels basically west to east . . . we also have had the coolest and wettest May on record methinks . . . am talking of the central east coastal + somewhat inland in Oz. I have had my ‘heatbank’ on for a month and had to add a bedroom radiator for the last week . . . I am at 3oo metres tho’. Do you know I have not eaten a biscuit for about 30 years . . . but your homemade ones just may be copied 🙂 !

    1. I am a little bit of a biscuit lover – nice to have something to nosh on at work when I am stuck at the desk. Stay warm 🙂

      1. *smile* Understood – ’tis a ‘need a hug’ habit – I have mine! As I was born with heart valve problems which I have not let bother me but . . . I don’t do half the exercise you do . . . that counts too!

  2. white chocolate sounds like a wonderful addition here tandy. We don’t get much winter here in brisbane but we’ve had a few cold nights and we do have a feather doonah on now 🙂

    1. I need a feather doonah all year! Except for the few days of heatwave that is. I keep an eye on the Aussie weather as I have friends and family all over and l like to see what the temperature is 😉

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