This Chewy, Seedy Healthy Chocolate Bark is crazy good and has quickly become one of my favorite combinations!
Do you ever end up with leftover melted chocolate? Perhaps after making chocolate covered strawberries, chocolate bars, or chocolate to drizzle on top of ice cream? I do…ALL the time, and I hate wasting it. Of course you can always eat melted chocolate by the spoonful, even I’ve been guilty of doing that at times, but that gets a little boring. So, why not do something fun like make this healthy chocolate bark?! That’s exactly how this recipe came about, and I’ve made it a few times since. This Chewy, Seedy Healthy Dark Chocolate Bark contains some of my favorite pantry staples:
This chocolate bark is all about texture. A little crunch from the sliced almonds, seeds, cacao nibs, and one more ingredient that I initially hesitated adding in, but ended up making this bark awesome…chewy dried Gogi Berries!
The slightly bittersweet, dried Gogi Berries compliment the dark chocolate perfectly and add a chewy element to the bark which I love. If you’ve never made your own chocolate bark before, it’s SOOO easy. Simply melt some chocolate over a double broiler, add a little coconut oil to get that rich, melted, pourable consistency. Then, mix in the rest of the ingredients, spread it out on a pan, sprinkle a little more of each ingredient on top, and pop it in the fridge to let it set. DONE! Since there are no major perishable ingredients in this bark, it can keep in the fridge for quite some time.
If you have a sweet tooth and need that afternoon or after-dinner treat, chocolate snacks are the answer…at least they are for me. And while you’re at it, may as well add in some healthy nuts and seeds into the mix, right?! YES! Especially if those healthy nuts and seeds MAKE the chocolate bark taste amazing. So grab your favorite dark chocolate and try your hand at making this Chewy, Seedy Healthy Dark Chocolate Bark! If you do, let me know on Facebook or Instagram, @vegetariangastronomy #vegetariangastronomy. I LOVE seeing and sharing your re-makes!
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Looking for more Healthy Chocolate Bark Recipes?
Looking for more Dark Chocolate Recipes?
- Vegan Dark Chocolate Mousse
- Dark Chocolate Covered Dates Stuffed w/Orange Cream
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