This might just be the best recipe so far. I think I hit the jackpot when I thought of this one.
Chocolate bark has literally changed my life. It makes the perfect snack for days when you need a quick fix on the way out the door, it’s perfect for satisfying chocolate cravings and it’s insanely delicious! I’ll never go back to plain dark chocolate. Chocolate bark is a million times better.
Christmas is now only a few days away, so you’ll probably need some tasty snacks for your holiday parties and family gatherings. This is just the thing you need. It’s so easy (especially this time of year) to make because all you need is a few chocolate bars, some candy canes and a few of your favorite cookies.
I’m so prepared for Christmas. It’s not even funny. I got all my yummy gifts ready and I’ve eaten more cookies in the past two weeks than I can possibly count. (Sorry, not sorry)
This chocolate bark is:
Only 3 ingredients
Easy to share
Let’s get into the Christmas spirit by making some chocolate bark, curling up in some warm, fuzzy blankets and watching a movie. This is the week, everybody, when we should all try to enjoy winter and all the crazy that comes with it. I hope you enjoy this video that I made and please share it on Facebook!
- Chop chocolate and melt in microwave in 30 second intervals until melted, stirring between each time.
- Line large flat surface (like a baking sheet or cutting board) with parchment paper.
- Pour melted chocolate over baking sheet and spread out into a rectangle. (For a sturdier, more substantial chocolate bark, make sure the chocolate is not spread too thin.)
- Chop candy canes and sprinkle evenly over melted chocolate.
- Crumble cookies and sprinkle evenly on top. (If chocolate has hardened at all, press down a bit to make cookies stick better to chocolate.)
- Refrigerate until chocolate is firm.
- Break into pieces and enjoy!
* Store in an airtight container or zip lock bag in a cool space or refrigerator. It's better if in a cool room, but the refrigerator works too.
* Nutrition facts vary too much to guess.