Chocolate bark is fast & simple to make at home and can be customized with a variety of toppings. Pick your favorite chocolate — milk, semi-sweet, bittersweet, and even white . . . Dress it up with dried fruits, nuts, or other toppings such as pretzels, crumbled cookies, mints, cereals, or even sprinkles. This festive treat will wow your guests and would also make a great hostess gift!
This is, indeed, a festive fall treat, made with white chocolate, dried cranberries and apricots, and pistachios. It would make a perfect addition to your Thanksgiving table, giving your guests a nice alternative to the traditional desserts around this time. To get the full article and the recipe for White Chocolate Bark, click the link to follow me over to A Lucky Life blog.
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Oh, twist my rubber arm! What a gorgeous, delicious and inviting photo! YUM!
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Looks so fancy! Love it. ♥
This looks beautiful – I will be giving it a go very soon!
the chocolate bark looks amazingly gorgeous, looking forward to your next post Daisy ^^
Thank you for visiting. Have a look around. I’ll be posting again after the Thanksgiving holidays.
Hi Daisy, this looks great! One question: any substitute for this silicone mat ie. putting the chocolate on parchment paper in a sheet pan instead? Thanks!
Yes, you certainly may use parchment paper. As a matter of fact, in the original recipe for Ina Garten, she uses parchment paper. I hope you try this recipe and like it as much as I do.
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Daisy, these white chocolate barks look spectacular!
Thanks, Angie. Hope you come back again.
These would make a beautiful treat to add to any Holiday desert or even to accompany a place maker. Lovely.
Thanks for visiting and taking the time to post a lovely comment.
Such a beautiful photo.
Thanks, Michelle, for your comment and for being a regular visitor.
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Absolutely beautiful. Have never made chocolate bark before…will have to give it a try. Perfect, affordable gift for Christmas as well. Nice job =)
Thanks, Jenn! I appreciate the compliment. You’re right. This is a great gift and so easy, too.
I love the lighting and colors in this photo.
Me too. Sometimes, everything comes together and the photos really turn out well. This is as “fall-like” as we get in LA.
gorgeous bark! Really nice and colourful!
Love it! Thanks for the reminder – I adore chocolate bark 🙂
Your welcome. Thanks for visiting.
I’ve never seen bark done like this before.. It’s so pretty and fall festive! What a great idea!
Thanks, Barb! It’s a nice way to use white chocolate. It makes the dried fruit really stand out.
I never would have thought to put dried fruit in chocolate bark, but this looks delicious! And so pretty too.
Yes, I didn’t think of it either until I saw Ina Garten’s recipe. And I never used white chocolate before, either. It really makes the fruit stand out.