Make your own Chocolate Bark Recipe that's full of amazing superfoods like nuts, dried fruit, and seeds. Who can resist a chocolatey snack that is loaded with amazing flavors and to top it off, good for you too? This decadent chocolate snack is very versatile. Use your imagination and enjoy the most delicious vegan treat.
Chocolate Bark Recipe Ingredient
- bittersweet chocolate - this recipe uses Divine 70% bittersweet chocolate.
- nuts - use raw unsalted nuts if you want to keep it a "superfood" chocolate bark. almonds, walnuts, cashews, etc.
- dried fruit - cranberries, cherries, blueberries - gives sweetness to the bark.
- chia seeds - are loaded with nutrients and protein.
- dash of Himalayan salt - optional, always adds a little flavor pop to chocolate.
Easy Chocolate Bark Recipe
This is a great recipe to make for a quick snack It is also great to bring to a party or pot luck. Wrap it up with clear party wrap. Put some pretty ribbon on it and you are good to go!
The versatility of chocolate bark is vast. Use any of your favorite nuts or seeds to the bark.
Chocolate Bark FAQs
What is the best way to melt chocolate?
I use a double boiler to melt chocolate. Many people prefer to use the microwave. Use the power on 50% so the chocolate melts properly.
Should I refridgerate the chocolate bark after it is set?
Let the chocolate set on the counter. If it is refrigerated too soon, it can develop condensation marks.
Where should the chocolate be stored?
Once you make the bark, store in a cool dry place.
How long can you keep bark after it is made?
It can keep for quite a while in a well-sealed container.
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- Devine Bittersweet Chocolate - a favorite brand to use for this recipe.
- Raw Unsalted Nuts - this is a variety pack of mixed nuts that is awesome for many recipes.
I love a good chocolate treat in my savory dishes as well. You should give my Chicken Mole recipe a try. It's rich decadent, spicy and the flavor is powerful!
Pro Tips for great chocolate bark
- When using a double boiler, don't boil the water, let it simmer.
- Add some of the chocolate into the top of the double boiler, let it melt, then add more chocolate to "temper" chocolate which makes it smooth.
- Use wax paper or parchment paper to line the bottom of the baking tray before adding the melted chocolate.
Give chocolate bark as a gift:
- place in pretty boxes with clear tops to display the treats.
- Holiday boxes work well too.
- Gift bags are a great way to share bark as a gift.
How to Make Chocolate Bark
- Heat a double boiler over medium heat.
- Melt some of the chocolate in a double boiler.
- Once melted, add remaining chocolate to melt.
- Place parchment paper on a baking tray.
- Spread the chocolate on the prepared tray.
- Be sure to even the chocolate out and it's a thin layer.
- Sprinkle the nuts, dried fruit, coconut on the chocolate.
- Let it sit a few hours. Break apart with a knife.
- Serve and enjoy.
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Easy Chocolate Bark RecipeEasy homemade chocolate bark topped with your favorite nuts, dried fruit, and coconut. Perfect for snacks, hostess gifts, dessert tables.Print Pin RateServings: 12 piecesCalories: 101kcal
- 5.3 ounces Bittersweet Chocolate Bar (1 Devine Bar) Devine 70% bittersweet chocolate is used in this recipe
- ¼ cup chopped assorted raw unsalted nuts Note 1
- ¼ cup assorted dried fruit, chopped Note 2
- 3 Tablespoon unsweetened coconut flakes Note 3
- dash Himalayan salt Note 4
- Place parchment or wax paper on a baking sheet, set aside.
- Place water in the bottom of a double boiler. (Note 5) Put the top pot on the double boiler. Set the heat on the stove to medium-high.
- One the pot is warm, reduce heat to medium.
- Add some of the chocolate to the pot. Let melt.
- Place the remaining chocolate in the pot to melt.
- Stir till smooth.
- Pour the chocolate into the prepared baking pan.
- Sprinkle with nuts, dried fruit, and coconut flakes.
- Let the bark set. It should set within 2-3 hours. (Note 6)
- Once completely set, use a knife or pizza cutter to cut up chocolate bark.
- Serve and enjoy.
NotesNote 1: We use raw unsalted nuts for a "better for you option". Note 2: Cranberries, cherries, blueberries, apricots are all great choices. Note 3: You can use sweetened coconut if you prefer the bark a bit sweeter. Note 4: Himalayan salt is my choice. Kosher salt can be used. The salt adds a great pop to the bark. Note 5: Don't fill pot too much. The water should not be hitting the top pot of the double boiler. Note 6: It can take longer for chocolate to set in warmer months. If refrigerating, be aware that condensation can form on the bark.
NutritionServing: 1piece | Calories: 101kcal | Carbohydrates: 8g | Protein: 1g | Fat: 7g | Saturated Fat: 4g | Cholesterol: 1mg | Sodium: 2mg | Potassium: 101mg | Fiber: 2g | Sugar: 5g | Vitamin A: 6IU | Calcium: 11mg | Iron: 1mgTried this recipe?Mention @Everyday_Eileen or tag #everydayeileen!