White Christmas (food)
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|Place of origin||Australia|
|Main ingredients||Raisins, glacé cherries, desiccated coconut, icing sugar, milk powder and rice bubbles|
|Cookbook: White Christmas Media: White Christmas|
The hydrogenated oil is melted and combined with the dry ingredients. The mixture is poured into a rectangular baking tin and left to set, usually in the refrigerator. Once set it is cut into squares for eating.
It is a popular Christmas food item, especially as it can easily be made by children.
- Chocolate crackles, a sweet similarly using Rice Bubbles and hydrogenated oil.