Chocolate Bark Recipes
Bittersweet chocolate and white chocolate are marbled together to make a beautiful, easy holiday treat perfect for gift-giving. This chocolate bark is studded with salted peanuts; you may like to try pistachios or cashews as well.
Easy white chocolate bark gets a delightful crunch from puffed rice cereal. Crushed peppermint candies decorate the bark and add a festive holiday flavor.Get the Peppermint Bark Recipe
Peanut Butter Swirl Bark
Smooth peanut butter and two types of chocolate make up this sophisticated version of the beloved peanut butter cup.
Re-create the flavors of a tried-and-true ice cream combination in a form that won't melt quite so quickly.
Chocolate-Almond Wood-Grain Bark
Brush white chocolate, followed by bittersweet, onto a plastic wood-grain texture mat to create the elegant rustic finish on this bark. In place of almonds, you could use pecans, crushed peppermints, or toffee pieces. For gift-giving, tie the bark with a pretty ribbon and finish with a faux-bois gift tag.
Movie Theater Bark
With pretzels, peanuts, raisins, and chocolate, this holiday bark recalls salty-sweet cinema snacks. Adults will enjoy the balance of flavors, and kids will love their favorite snacks embedded in chocolate.
Chocolate-Orange Hazelnut Bark
Filled with chopped hazelnuts and orange zest, and sprinkled with coarse salt, this easy confection is also very adaptable. Vary the types of nuts to suit your tastes, and double or triple the recipe to make gifts for all your friends and neighbors.
Rich milk chocolate makes a pleasing backdrop for a scattering of striped peppermint candy.
Crackly Two-Tone Bark
A top layer of milk chocolate and crispy rice cereal hides a velvety white chocolate underside. Achieve this impressive visual effect by melting and pouring the white chocolate first, then topping it with the milk-chocolate layer once it has cooled.