I have made various versions of this and i have a few tips. If you want to use white chocolate add an extra oz. Start it of as if you were making bechamel, the indicated amount of butter, then the flour and cook it till it smells nutty. Then add the sugar (no need to add less sugar, it won't turn out as sweet as you'd think), then the milk and chocolate. That way you won't taste the flour, since white chocolate isn't tasty enough to cover it up (i learnt it the hard way and it took a more than generous splash of vanilla to fix it up) I top it with chopped strawberrys and it's a hit when entertaining (anything topped with strawberrys looks so conneticut you'll leave everyone thinking martha stewart catered) once i also felt like eating this and didnt have any chocolate, turns out half a pot of chocolate frosting (betty crocker, but that's just cause i had some in the fridge for late night picking) does the trick (cut a bit of sugar off) One other thing, don't waste the eggwhites make a pav top it with some more stbrrys.
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I have made various versions of this and i have a few tips. If you want to use white chocolate...