Christmas Chocolate Bark


Christmas Chocolate Bark

We all love a sweet treat at Christmas time, especially if it’s festive themed!

It fills us all with joy and happiness, and we’re here to share one of our favourite recipes with you. Our quick and easy recipe is a great way to get the family together. You could go one step further by adding decorations on the bark to make snowman and reindeer designs. Wrap up the finishing product in some fancy cellophane and give them as little handmade gifts! A thoughtful gift for a friend with a sweet tooth, or the wonderful teacher your child loves.  


400g white chocolate

4 Candy Canes

Red smarties

First off turn your radio on or get some Christmas classics going! Line a rectangular baking tray with baking paper and set aside. Gently warm your chocolate in a bowl, you can do this by popping them into a microwave for 30 seconds at a time, ensure you’re stirring the chocolate to get all the lumps out.

Pour the chocolate into the lined baking tray, pop your candy canes and smarties into a sandwich bag and crush them with a rolling pin. 

Once they're into small shards sprinkle over the top of the chocolate and set in the fridge. 

Why not add cranberries for a Christmas twist. You could switch it up and use dark or milk chocolate to create new flavours! 

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