Chocolate Bark

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Chocolate_Paleo_Bark-1Heyy! So here’s a quick and easy dessert idea for you for the Holidays. It’s pretty cheap to make in large quantities and it won’t make you feel all that guilty for eating!

Now in this I use a few different dried Fruits, but feel free to add nuts, shredded coconut, different kinds of dried fruit, you could add Vanilla into the chocolate {or peppermint or cinnamon}. Totally customize it to what you like! Your guests will love it and you’ll love the lack of work behind it :)

The ingredients are basically as much as you want, there’s no set in stone amount {which makes it even better!}

Ingredients:
• Chocolate
• Raisins
• Dried Cranberries
• Chocolate Chips

How To:
• Melt your Chocolate {I did it in a bowl over simmering water… you could use the microwave if you’re super pressed for time. Just be careful not to burn it!}
• Lay a piece of parchment paper over a cookie sheet or some kind of flat portable surface {I’ve used plates, pizza trays, cookie sheets, cutting boards, etc}. And spread your melted chocolate in an even layer over it

• Top it with your remaining ingredients or whatever you’d like {I made this for my Dad and he likes A LOT of raisins and cranberries so I went over board}. Then gently pat everything down so it sinks into the chocolate.

• Chuck it in the fridge for a few hours to harden. When done pull out and break apart. Transfer to a serving dish and either serve right away or stick back in the fridge until ready.

Boom… Easy right? Now you might be thinking this isn’t “totally paleo”, but for the holidays, for a nice treat for yourself I say go for it. Use the best chocolate you can find ingredients wise, make sure it’s dark… and you should be fine!

Happy Holidays!

Comments

  1. Louise says

    Yum! We did a chocolate fondue tonight for dessert, and I’d forgotten how much fun it is and really quite healthy too. Thrift stores seem to always have fondue sets for sale. Good quality melted chocolate with a bit of cream or coconut cream if you don’t do dairy, a splash of vanilla or wee bit of coffee or orange juice to flavour it, and fresh fruit.

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