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Just made this recipe last weekend. Found it on the back of a Nestle white morsels package and just had to try it. Glad to find it on zaar as this is a definite keeper. The only thing I noticed that it a little different is the nestle recipe calls for 1/2c sugar instead of 1/3c used in this recipe. Everyone certainly loved these and I will be making them again! Thanks for posting!
SIMPLY OUTSTANDING!!! I made these for desert for a family dinner. My in-laws love them, as did my husbands uncle. I love the combo of almond and raspberry. My husband wanted MORE!!! This one will be done again and again and again. Thank you!!!
These are delicious. You do have to cut them small, as they're very sweet. I can't wait to make them again and try different flavors of jam!! Thanks for sharing.
I first tired this recipe on the back of some white chips. I was so glad to find it on Zaar because I could find the recipe again. I love it!! It is a hit no matter where I take it.
Try these with cherry jam for a different, but equally outstanding taste. We also melt the butter on the stove then stir in the chips during step 4, so that they are melted and smooth. Cut them small, they are very sweet. These have become a new favorite for dessert with coffee. Thanks for a great recipe!
This recipe is very delicious, and simple to make.I was looking for a recipe to use up some ingredients I had lying around. I used strawberry jam because that's what I had. I can imagine it would be even better with raspberry. It sort of reminded be of candy and cake at the same time.If you are a white chocolate fan, you'll love this recipe.