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Chocolate candy bark

Lookin’ for a tasty way to polish off those Halloween leftovers?
Don’t binge! Whip up a batch of this sweet ‘n’ satisfying, no-bake chocolate bark. Wrapped up in colorful plastic, it makes a great gift for coaches and teachers. Maybe they’ll put in a good word for ya during conferences…


What You’ll Need:


8 oz. chocolate (pick your fave: dark, milk or white)

Assorted candies, nuts or dried fruit

Gallon-sized plastic bag


Parchment paper-lined baking tray (plastic wrap or wax paper works, too)


Access to a refrigerator


What You’ll Do:


1. Pick out some complimentary candies—Butterfingers and M&Ms? Yum!—and take them out of their wrappers. Toss ‘em into a plastic bag, squeeze out all the air and seal. Then take it outside (or over a cutting board if Mom says it’s OK) and crush the candy into small pieces using a hammer.


2. Melt your chocolate of choice in a nonstick saucepan or a double boiler (heatproof glass bowl over a pot of boiling water). Stir occasionally.


3. Once the chocolate is melted, pour your candy (plus nuts and dried fruit if you like) in with the chocolate and combine.


4. Pour the mixture over the parchment paper-lined baking tray. Use a spatula to spread it evenly and push it into the corners. Aim for ¼-inch thickness.


5. Place the tray into the refrigerator until the chocolate hardens, which will probably take an hour or two. Cut it into squares and perform a taste test. Delish!

BY BRITTANY TAYLOR ON 11/1/2013 12:00:00 AM

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