If you’ve never made chocolate bark before, you are in for a special treat! This chocolate bark recipe is not only super easy to make, it can also be customized to match any season or holiday of the year!
Calling all chocolate lovers!!!
Are you ready for a delicious treat that is not only super cute to give as a gift, it is also soooooo easy to make?
Enter: Chocolate Bark.
This Easter Chocolate Bark looks darling wrapped up and given to neighbors and friends, but it also makes a good addition to your kids Easter baskets!
I’ve seen recipes out there that over-complicate the whole chocolate bark process. They say you need special oils or ingredients, and you have to have a double boiler or “it just won’t work.” But this chocolate bark recipe is simple and tasty and you can make it without any gadgets – I promise!
So if you’ve never melted chocolate because you don’t have a double boiler, guess what? I don’t either. I simply put a small metal mixing bowl on top of a sauce pan with an inch or two of boiling water. Place the pieces of chocolate in the bowl and continually stir it until all the chocolate is melted and smooth!
You can switch up the candy and toppings and make it for any holiday! (But this Easter Chocolate Bark sure is cute, isn’t it?)
Also, making chocolate bark can be a creative and fun recipe for the kids to help you make! Mine LOVE sprinkling all the toppings on the melted chocolate. We probably make this recipe 3-4 times a year and it never gets old!
Here are a few more recipes we think you’ll love –
Easy Chocolate Bark
Easy Chocolate Bark
- 1 pound dark chocolate
- 1 cup approx various candies and sprinkles
- pinch of salt optional
Melt chocolate in a double boiler, or place your chocolate pieces in a metal mixing bowl, then set it in a sauce pan of boiling water. Stir constantly until completely melted. Remove from heat.
Immediately spread the melted chocolate into a thin, even layer on a rimmed cookie sheet that has been lined with foil.
Lightly tap the pan on the counter to force any air bubbles out.
Sprinkle candy toppings + salt (optional) evenly across the chocolate.
Tap the pan again to settle the toppings into the chocolate.
Freeze until chocolate has hardened.
Break into pieces and enjoy!
It seriously does not get any easier than that! 🙂
Tell me about your favorite chocolate bark recipes and toppings in the comment section below!