Sprinkle and Swirl Bark

September 22, 2015


Chocolate bark is something I had never made before. I always thought it was kind of boring, and it didn't even require any baking - so I always wrote it off. But, as it turns out, chocolate bark is actually pretty amazing.

How To Make Chocolate Bark

Let me tell you why. First, it is SUPER easy to make. Like I said before - no baking required. Second, it is totally customizable. There are so many ways to dress up your bark. You can add nuts, flavorings, colors, sprinkles - the possibilities are endless. And lastly, it is perfect for entertaining - beautiful, easy to serve, and delicious.

Chocolate Bark with Swirls - Quick Recipe

So now, I am a chocolate bark convert. A true believer. All those years I thought I was too good for it, and I was really just missing out.

Chocolate Swirl Bark

So if you haven't made some yet, the time is now. This is a simple white chocolate swirl bark dressed up with some sprinkles and edible foil. But like I said, it's totally customizable. So go crazy!

Sprinkle and Swirl Bark

Ingredients

  • 1 pound white melting chocolate
  • 1/2 pound blue melting chocolate
  • 1/2 pound pink melting chocolate
  • Sprinkles for decorating

Directions

1. Prepare a baking sheet with parchment paper. Melt chocolates in the microwave at 20 second intervals until completely melted. Using a pipping bag or spoon, put large dollops of chocolate in random places across the pan.

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Sprinkle And Swirl Bark


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Ingredients

  • 1 pound white melting chocolate
  • 1/2 pound blue melting chocolate
  • 1/2 pound pink melting chocolate
  • Sprinkles for decorating

Directions

1. Prepare a baking sheet with parchment paper. Melt chocolates in the microwave at 20 second intervals until completely melted. Using a pipping bag or spoon, put large dollops of chocolate in random places across the pan.

2. Using a knife or lollipop stick, make swirling motions all over the pan to combine chocolates together.

3. While the chocolate is still melted, add decorative sprinkles.*

4. Place chocolate in fridge for at least one hour. Once it is set up, break into pieces and serve.

*Side note: If you are using edible foil, let the chocolate dry before applying it.

*makes about 16 pieces






Comments (5)




Alexis

08/19/17 09:54 AM

I am seriously using this for my gender reveal party in 2 weeks. It looks sooo good


Lindsay Nathanson

08/19/17 06:06 PM

Amazing! Let me know how it turns out!


Jessica Holmes

09/24/15 05:58 AM

This is so beautiful! Love your gorgeous blog!


Lindsay Nathanson

09/24/15 06:28 PM

Thank you!


Sarah Surette

09/23/15 08:16 PM

Not a white chocolate fan, but this looks so pretttttyyyyy! Like everything else you make...


Lindsay Nathanson

09/23/15 08:51 PM

Thank you! And the great thing about bark is that you can make it any kind of chocolate you want. I am going to try a dark chocolate next.


Ida Pahus

09/23/15 03:45 PM

Love this recipe! So beautiful and looks easy to make. Thanks for sharing! :D

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Lee Ann

09/23/15 11:39 AM

Would this not be GREAT at the holidays with white chocolate, dark chocolate, milk chocolate and gold/silver sprinkles ... and maybe gold foil? I think I just planned my holiday gifts! Thanks, Lindsay!
Lee Ann


Lindsay Nathanson

09/23/15 04:01 PM

This is perfect for holiday gifts! You can even flavor it with peppermint oil and decorate with candy canes!



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