Saturday, 17 December 2016

Festive Reindeer Chocolate Bark

Chocolate bark is one of my all time favourite Christmas treats, it's super easy and fun to make for a girly night in or a fun little activity you can do with the family. Christmas is all about those yummy treats and this recipe is super easy and very fast to make, simply melt some chocolate and your good to go. I've seen a few people make these over on Instagram and really wanted to give them a go and share with you all how mine turned out. I really want to have a go at making Snowmen Chocolate Bark so I think that shall be a fun activity to do on Christmas Eve with all of the family. Be sure to let me know if you make these in the comments below, I'd love to see how your's turn out. Enjoy!!
 Ingredients: 
Three bars of Cadbury's Dairy Milk Chocolate (or any chocolate of your choice)
- Two Candy Canes 
- Pretzels 
- Red M&M's 
- Edible Icing Eyes

Firstly place some grease proof paper on a flat tray and start to prepare your ingredients, cutting the pretzels does take some time so it's important to do so before melting the chocolate. The easiest way to break the pretzels in half is by slowly cutting them with a sharp knife directly down the middle. Next up is melting the chocolate, I simply boiled some water in a saucepan and placed a glass bowl on top, you can of course microwave the chocolate but I always seem to burn it that way. Once the chocolate is melted pour and spread it out onto the grease proof paper, I went for a rectangle shape but of course you can do any shape you wish to. It's important to work quickly in the next steps as the chocolate can harder quite quickly. I simply then placed two halves of the pretzels onto the melted chocolate and then added some eyes and a red M&M for the nose, lastly I sprinkled some crushed candy cane all over and placed it the fridge until set, once it's set you can break it into pieces and enjoy! This recipe is super easy and lot's of fun to make.
What's your favourite Christmas treat to make?

Emma x
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6 comments

  1. They look AMAZING! will try and make them this year but I don't have high hopes as I usually mess these kind of things up haha..

    xx Lisa
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    1. Thanks hun, give them a go I'm sure they'll turn out great x

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  2. These look so so cute!! x

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  3. These are fabulous Emma, I love the reindeer on top too! I’ve never made chocolate bark but have heard its fairly straight forward. Looks like you made fun making it too! :-) xx

    Helen | Helens Fashion & Beauty Blog

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  4. Wow this looks so cute! Definitely trying this next Christmas!

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