White Chocolate Spelt Cookies

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These white chocolate cookies are easy and fun to make. It is basically a white chocolate vanilla bean cookie dough, shaped into balls and rolled it in a mixture of Dutch-process cocoa and powdered sugar. I shaped the cookie balls a little too small, so the final result doesn't look as thick as the original recipe I found on Eat the Love. Still, they are very delicious!
Would like to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a Very Happy New Year. Hope you all enjoy your Holidays!

Cookie DoughCoating
  • 40 ml Buttermilk, well shaken
  • 1/2 tbsp Honey
  • 1 tsp Vanilla extract
  • 1 tbsp White rum
  • 110 g White chocolate, chopped
  • 200 g White spelt flour
  • 35 g Fine milk powder
  • 1 tsp Baking powder
  • 1/3 tsp Sea salt
  • 60 g Unsalted butter at room temperature
  • 160 g Granulated white sugar
  • 1 Vanilla bean
  • 1 Large egg
  • 50 g Granulated white sugar
  • 50 g Dutch-Processed cocoa powder
  • 25 g Confectioners’ sugar
  1. Preheat the oven to 180C/350F and line a baking sheet with a piece of parchment paper. Melt the chopped white chocolate in a metal bowl placed over a pot of simmering water (making sure the metal bowl doesn’t actually touch the hot water). Measure the buttermilk in a glass measuring cup and add the honey, vanilla extract and rum. Stir to dissolve the honey into the buttermilk.
  2. Place the white spelt flour, milk powder, baking powder and salt in a medium bowl and stir vigorously with a balloon whisk.
  3. Place the butter and sugar in the bowl of a stand mixer fitted with the paddle attachment. Split the vanilla bean lengthwise and scrape the seeds out of the pod into the butter and sugar. Cream the butter together with the sugar and vanilla seeds on medium speed until fluffy. Beat in egg until well combined. Add the melted white chocolate and beat to incorporate.
  4. Add a third of the dry ingredients to the butter and beat to incorporate. Add half the buttermilk to the batter and beat to incorporate. Repeat with another third of the dry ingredients, the remaining buttermilk mixture and ending with the dry ingredients.
  5. Mix the cocoa powder and confectioners’ sugar together in a small bowl until uniform in color. Place the granulated sugar in another small bowl. Scoop a tablespoon of the dough out of the bowl and roll it into a ball, then roll it in the granulated sugar first then the cocoa powder mixture. Set on the lined baking sheet and repeat with the remaining dough, placing the cookies about two inches apart from each other.
  6. Bake in the oven for about 10 to 12 minutes or until the bottom edges of the cookie start to look golden brown. Let cool on the baking sheet for five minutes before moving the cookies to a wire cooling rack.

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Gloria Baker 23/12/13 19:44

Delicious dear Angie!
Happy Holidays dear!!

Rosa's Yummy Yums 23/12/13 19:46

Divine, I'm sure.

Merry Christmas and best wishes for 2014!



Tricia @ Saving room for dessert 23/12/13 19:53

Merry Christmas Angie! These look perfectly lovely to me - small enough to pop right in your mouth! Have a blessed holiday season and a wonderful New Year!

Anne ~ Uni Homemaker 23/12/13 19:54

I love these cookies Angie...... especially the rum here. YUM! Have a fantastic Christmas and best wishes for the coming year. Pinned! :)

Sam Hoffer @ My Carolina Kitchen 23/12/13 19:59

Love the two color combination in these cookies. Merry Christmas and happy new year to you too Angie.

Cailee Joy 23/12/13 20:49

These look amazing!! I love white chocolate... so creamy and delicious!! thanks for sharing!! :)

Alida 23/12/13 21:58

Beautiful Angie! I really like white chocolate and even better with the texture of spelt.
I wish you a nice Christmas and and all the best for the new year! X

Belinda 23/12/13 22:06

Fantastic - the chocolate takes me over the edge!

Yelena Strokin 24/12/13 01:20

Delicious looking cookies! Marry Christmas!

Ann Jones 24/12/13 02:08

Beautiful cookies! I really need to use more spelt flour like you do :) I hope you have a very Merry Christmas!

Erica 24/12/13 03:06

I am a huge fan of white chocolate and love the addition of rum! These cookies sound amazing! Happy holidays, Angie!

Elisabeth Foodandthrift 24/12/13 06:51

Angie, I love the combination of the white chocolate, and rum in this amazing and yummy cookies!
Love the recipe, and the photos tell it all! ...thanks for sharing!
Merry Christmas, and a Very Happy and prosperous New Year! xoxo

Geraldine Saucier 24/12/13 07:05

These cookies look delicious:). Perfect for the Holidays.
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year:)

Sonia ~ Nasi Lemak Lover 24/12/13 07:13

This cookie is perfect for Christmas ! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year, Angie!

Jessicas Dinner Party 24/12/13 07:53

I actually like the way yours look better!

Elzbieta Hester 24/12/13 08:46

Yummy cookies! Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year :) ela

Esther Lau 24/12/13 09:43

Angie, this cookies sound perfect for Christmas!!! Merry Christmas & Blessed New year to you and your family :)

kitchen flavours 24/12/13 10:05

Hi Angie,
These cookies looks wonderful! Wish i could have some to snack on right now!
Wishing you and your family A Merry Christmas!

Norma Chang 24/12/13 13:49

I like your smaller version, this way I do not feel guilty eating an extra one or 2 or 3. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

Christine Ho 24/12/13 14:44

Love smaller and thinner version of cookies.
Merry Christmas, Angie !

Jeanette | Jeanette's Healthy Living 24/12/13 16:00

Angie - these look and sound incredibly delicious! Love how you rolled the cookies in a little cocoa powder - so fun! Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to you!

Jeannie Tay 24/12/13 17:17

That looks really crispy and delicious! Merry Christmas to you!

My Inner Chick 24/12/13 17:19

d e l e c t a b l e!

I love the look of these, Angie.

Merry Christmas! Xx

lena 24/12/13 18:54

they look wonderful to me ! Merry Xmas to you, angie!

SavoringTime in the Kitchen 24/12/13 19:38

I love the pattern that the white chocolate and cocoa make on your delicious-looking cookies. Merry Christmas, Angie, and a Happy and Healthy New Year!

grace 24/12/13 20:24

i love the speckled look of these! what a fine and wholesome treat. :)

Julia | JuliasAlbum.com 24/12/13 20:38

Angie, these cookies are so beautiful and I love how you stacked them (you know that I love STACKING cookies mile high :)) Pinning, and Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays, my friend! ;)

Cheap Ethnic Eatz 24/12/13 20:58

So nice, these cookies sound delicious and love the idea of rolling them in cocoa powder! Happy holidays to you and your family!

Lenia 24/12/13 21:16

Merry Christmas,dear!All the best to you and your family!

Ann Low 25/12/13 01:38

These cookies look so pretty. Can I have a piece?
Merry Christmas and a Very Happy New Year to you and your family.

Amelia 25/12/13 01:59

Hi Angie, very delightful and addictive cookies. Excellent presentation!
Merry Christmas to you and family. Have a wonderful holiday.

Liz Berg 25/12/13 03:07

Thick or thin, I'd be thrilled with these white chocolate cookies! Merry Christmas, Angie!! xo

Anne Regalado 25/12/13 09:56

Angie , I'm late ! Any leftover of those pretty delicious cookies ? :D

Wishing you and your family a Merry Christmas !

Munatycooking 25/12/13 11:12

They look beautiful Angie, is it possible to skip the rum? Happy New Year my dear :)

The Yum List 25/12/13 11:33

Lovely and perfect timing for Christmas. I'm imagining them with some sort of cranberry topping.

Guru Uru 25/12/13 12:35

Such delicious cookies, and healthy as well :D
Longing them!

Happy Holidays!

Karen (Back Road Journal) 25/12/13 15:14

Merry Christmas, Angie, I hope you have a wonderful day.

Elisabeth Foodandthrift 25/12/13 15:39

I stopped back again...Angie! Wishing you a Very Merry Christmas!

Helene Peloquin 25/12/13 15:45

Looks so good. Merry Christmas!

Fimère 25/12/13 16:30

ces cookies sont parfaits et délicieux
bonne fête

Nammi 25/12/13 16:44

hey Angie just dropping to wish you happy holidays

ray 25/12/13 17:05

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you Angie! :)

Ivy 25/12/13 19:26

Merry Christmas to you and your family. Your cookies look perfect and delicious!

Blog do Chocolate 25/12/13 20:36

White chocolate cookies, Angie... wow, I love them, they are so pretty ! :)
Merry Christmas ! :)


dentistvschef 25/12/13 20:36

Beautifull cookies Angie!
Merry christmas and God blessed you all the way then!

Layla @ Brunch Time Baker 25/12/13 22:34

Angie these cookies look very unique and delicious! I love how the white and chocolate just blend without actually mixing! Happy holidays :)

AL Tan 26/12/13 02:54

Awesome creation. Thanks for sharing.

Yi Reservation 26/12/13 06:07

Thanks for the wonderful cookie again these white chocolate cookies are to die for! Happy holidays!

CQUEK 26/12/13 13:53

May this Christmas marks the beginning of a wonderful year for us. Have a joyous Christmas!

Debra Eliotseats 26/12/13 14:50

I love your idea of rolling the dough in cocoa powder. Basically, I love everything about this recipe!

motherrimmy 26/12/13 19:13

There's still a lot of holiday left, so I'm still cookie making. These sound terrific. I'm a white chocolate fan for sure!

the Squishy Monster 26/12/13 19:42

I love the look and sound of these, Angie! Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, my friend =)

Viviane Bauquet Farre - Food and Style 26/12/13 22:04

You're becoming the Spelt Queen, Angie! These cookies look great. Happy holidays!

Lora 27/12/13 01:17

Love this recipe especially the white chocolate part. Yum!

sprinklesandsauce 27/12/13 01:23

These cookies look so cool! Love that pattern!

mjskit 27/12/13 05:00

Oh YUM! These are definitely cookies for the cookie monsters in this house! The coating gives them such a pretty appearance. Hope you are having a wonderful holiday Angie!

Joanne 27/12/13 13:54

Yum! I love that these have both some white and regular chocolate flavors in them!

Soni 27/12/13 14:20

Love the white chocolate and these sound healthy and delicious!

Amy (Savory Moments) 27/12/13 14:48

Angie, I Iike all the spelt flour cookies you have been posting! These ones look especially good to me and they look pretty too!

Ashley 27/12/13 16:05

I love the sound of these cookies with the buttermilk, vanilla bean and white chocolate! Happy holidays!!

Claudia 28/12/13 03:13

Something new and different (in my world). Thanks for the simple but pretty! Love having a new cookie recipe. Happy New Year, Angie. May it bring good things.

Rosita Vargas 28/12/13 05:01

Un lujo de galletas mi querida Angie se ven muy irresistible me encanta,Abrazos y Feliz Año Nuevo abrazos y abrazos.

Monica 28/12/13 05:15

Happy Holidays and all the best for a great 2014! These cookies are so interesting, in a very good way.

Juliana 28/12/13 23:17

So cute these cookies, Angie...I love the look of it...
Happy New Year my dear :D

Kathy 29/12/13 01:25

These cookies look divine and sound so yummy! Wishing you a Happy New Year, Angie!!

Balvinder Ubi 29/12/13 02:45

I still find them pretty. Happy New Year!

Rebecca Subbiah 29/12/13 04:39

tasty as always have a wonderful 2014

Mich PieceofCake 29/12/13 04:39

Wish I could have a stack of these cookies! Wishing you a Happy New Year! And a wonderful 2014 ahead!

Nisa Homey 29/12/13 05:56

So delicious, happy new year!! Pinning!!

Shu Han 29/12/13 08:04

Yay! More spelt cookies! Love spelt because it's one of the healthier grains out there that's better digested. Makes a cookie somewhat less sinful hehe. Great white chocolate version- looks stunning. Only wish I saw this in time for Christmas... but oh well, New Year Eve parties and Chinese New Year is coming ;)

Shirley Tay 29/12/13 11:01

Dropping by to wish you Merry X'mas & Happy 2014 from Luxury Haven! xoxo

Pamela @ Brooklyn Farm Girl 29/12/13 19:52

Love the appearance of these cookies! Happy new year!

Asha Shivakumar 29/12/13 20:20

Happy Holiday my dear!!
These cookies are awesome. The top just looks so beautiful, lovely. Enjoy.

Tessa 30/12/13 02:18

Looks delicious Angie! I've never tried spelt flour before.... I guess I need to find some and try it! Have a wonderful new year!

Reeni Pisano 30/12/13 03:35

I love the crackly tops on these Angie! So pretty! Hope you had a great Christmas! Happy New Year! xo

Helene Dsouza 30/12/13 14:19

Look at those beauties!! Your cookies are sophisticated and I would prefer your thinner version then the thick original. I wish you a happy new year!

Abbe@This is How I Cook 31/12/13 04:20

I will eat these one day-I promise!

Velva 4/1/14 03:01

Happy New Year Angie! The cookies look delicious. They are even healthy, which is a good start to the New Year. Look forward to enjoying your blog in 2014.

My Little Space 21/1/14 09:56

OMG...these cookies are irresistible !


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