Apr 27, 2014

Easy Peasy White Chocolate Bark


I realize I'm a little late on posting this, but I wanted to share it with you guys anyway! Here's a little something I made for my work potluck for Easter. I made white chocolate bark! Click through to see how I made this yummy deliciousness.


I purchased these at Bulk Barn: Hershey's Eggies, Hershey's malted eggs, unsalted almonds, mini M&Ms, chocolate coated marshmallows (in the bunny wrapper), toffee bits, mini marshmallows and Merkens wafers in white and pink.


Begin by chopping all the candies/chocolates in small pieces (except the mini M&Ms, mini marshmallows, toffee bits and Merkens chips):


Heat up some water until it starts simmering:


While simmering, place a handful of the white Merkens chips in a stainless steel bowl and place that bowl on top of the simmering water to create a double boiler:


Keep stirring until all the chocolate is melted. You can keep adding in Merkens chips depending on how much melted chocolate you need.


Once all the Merkens chips have melted, line a tray with parchment paper:


Then pour in the melted white chocolate and tilt the tray to help it spread out.


Once it's spread out, sprinkle in the chopped up candies/chocolate. Of course, you can use whatever you desire--including dried fruit!


I melted a little bit of the pink Merkens chips and diluted it with a bit of canola oil. This made it easier to drizzle using a spoon.



After letting it sit overnight in room temperature, I lifted the parchment paper out of the tray and broke the slab into smaller pieces. You now have chocolate bark!


It was a hit at the potluck!


Will you try making this at home? Let me know how it turns out!

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