Chocolate Bark

Hope all of you are having a great week! πŸ™‚

Today I’m sharing the recipe of one of my most favourite things to make (and eat!) and are perfect for this time of year – Chocolate barks. They are easy to make and can be customized to include almost any topping you fancy… πŸ™‚ This would also make for the perfect personalized gift in case you’re looking forward to adding a personal touch to your gifts this year πŸ™‚

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CHOCOLATE BARK

Ingredients

All in desired quantities

Milk Chocolate Bar/ Chocolate chips

White Chocolate Bar/ Chocolate Chips

Milk

Glycerine

Toppings (I’ve used walnuts, crushed candy cane, almonds & sweetened coconut flakes)


Method

  1. Melt the milk and white chocolate in two separate bowls with approximately 1 tablespoon of milk in each
  2. Once the chocolate melts, add a teaspoon of dissolved glycerine in water to the mixture
  3. On a baking tray, layout a greased parchment paper and put the chocolate mixture on to it and spread evenly
  4. Once the chocolate mixture is semi-solid, add the toppings and slightly press it down with a laddle
  5. Either let the chocolate cool in the freezer or outside in room temperature until it solidifies.
  6. Take the parchment paper off the chocolate layer once it solidifies and break it into pieces.
  7. In case you’re looking to make batches for gifts, wrap them in cellophane sheets with Christmas ribbons and accessories πŸ™‚
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