We continue with the world’s easiest theme here on the blog. Today, we share how we do chocolate bark which is super-fast and super-simple to make. Also, it’s possible to put whatever you have home on top and you can make several different batches at the same time. That’s what we call student friendly!
This is what you need
- Oven pan
- Parchment paper
- Chocolate (if you have a little dark and a little white chocolate, you can make nice patterns)
- Toppings (like roasted almonds, licorice, caramel, marshmallows, dried fruit or candy canes)
This is how you do it
- Put the parchment paper on the oven pan.
- Chop your toppings into small pieces.
- Melt the chocolate over hot water using the double boiler method. If you have one light and one dark, use different boilers.
- Pour the chocolate onto the parchment paper (darkest first, then the lighter), spread it out using a spoon or spatula. A fork is nice to have if you want to make patterns.
- Sprinkle over the toppings and then let it rest until the chocolate has hardened completely.
- Break into smaller pieces and serve!
There you go. Hope you enjoy!
Ps. Another – possibly less artsy – way to to it, is to throw the toppings into the bowl of chocolate, whisk everything around and put out little clusters on the parchment paper. It's just as yummy.