Here is how to make triple chocolate bark especially for all the chocolate lovers. It has milk chocolate, dark chocolate and white chocolate, so you get three bowls to lick clean!! Yum! Did you love licking the bowls when your mum was baking when you were little?
This is such an easy treat to make. All you have to decide now is whether to keep it for yourself or give it as a gift???
What you’ll need to make triple chocolate bark
- 100 g Milk chocolate
- 100 g White chocolate
- 100 g Dark chocolate
- Grease proof paper
- 9″ * 12″ baking tray or similar size baking tray
- Optional: Handful of sliced almonds
- Optional: Handful of desiccated coconut
How to make triple chocolate bark
- Melt each of the chocolates separately in bain maries. Try to do this at the same time, so the chocolate doesn’t set. I could only do two at a time and it worked out fine. Obviously you can use the microwave to melt chocolate but it is so easy to overcook chocolate. That’s why I prefer to use a bain marie.
- Line the baking tray with grease proof paper.
- Spoon chocolate on to the baking tray, try to distribute the spoonfuls evenly around the tray so you will have different types of chocolate beside each other. Spread the chocolate out so it covers the base of the baking tray.
- Marble the chocolate by dragging a cocktail stick over and back through the melted chocolate until you are like the pattern.
- Optional- toast desiccated coconut and almonds by frying them in a pan, without oil, until they are golden. Scatter toasted almonds and desiccated coconut on top of the melted chocolate.
- Put the baking tray in the fridge for two hours. Or if you are really in a hurry,like I was, pop it in the freezer until set.
- Break the chocolate slab into pieces.
- Cut a big square of cellophane and place chocolate bark in the centre. Gather the cellophane around the triple chocolate bark and tie a ribbon around it to seal it.
That is all there is to it. I was in a hurry when I made the triple chocolate bark. I needed a gift and had to go to a meeting so I practically threw it together. It only took thirty minutes from start to finish, making it perfect for last minute gifts.
If you make the triple chocolate bark, be sure to send me a photo or use the #procrastimake.