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Dark chocolate bark

We all have our stash of emergency chocolate hidden away somewhere in the house. Personally, I've got a whole drawer of naughty candies and chocolates for when it's really needed, but I try to avoid it as much as possible - so where's that guilt-free yet equally satisfying chocolate stash hiding at??

Here's a super easy and fast recipe to make your own dark chocolate bark. It's really nothing complicated and I'm not sure if I should even be calling it a recipe (simple steps perhaps)?? The beauty of making your own dark chocolate bark is that you get to choose your very own toppings and flavors and keep it healthy all at the same time - you know exactly what's in there!

dark chocolate bark

To make this, all you need is:

- 300 grams of your favorite dark chocolate (I chose an organic kind with 90% dark chocolate)

- Your favorite toppings, I chose Mix & Muesli energy booster with dried berries and nuts, almond slices and dried cranberries for sweetness

- Sea salt


1- Boil water in a pot then place your dark chocolate pieces in a plate on top of the boiling water. Keep stirring until the chocolate is fully melted.

2- Place parchment paper on top of a small square tin (preferably the kind with a removable bottom) and once the chocolate is melted, pour inside. It should automatically spread and have a smooth and flat texture.

3- Simply garnish your chocolate with your favorite toppings, and add a pinch of course sea salt if you like a salt and sweet taste.

4- Place in the fridge for about 1-2 hours, then take it out and break it apart by using a knife first then your hands to break the chunks into smaller pieces.

dark chocolate bark

To store it, you can place in an airtight container or a jar and reach out to it for chocolate emergencies at any time!

dark chocolate bark

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