Friday, December 28, 2012

#RECIPEFRIDAY: Toffee Crunch Chocolate Bark!

Of course...

The first thing that comes to mind when I think of the word 'bark' is...

Teddy!

WoOf!

But today...

I'm not talking about my little Teddy Bear (nope!)...

I'm talking about tasty edible bark!


Although, mind you...

I'm sure Teddy would bark for a taste of it!  ;)


Throughout the many holiday parties we've attended over the past week...

Celebrating January Babies!

I came across a dessert that had me at the first bite!


It was a dessert that left me wanting more to the point where I had to tell myself...

STOP! (And get yourself the recipe!)

On it!

As you know...

I typically don't put up (or make) 'unhealthy' recipes but...

Seeing that it's the holiday season and all...

I thought it would be the perfect time to share with you something I had, enjoyed and then...

Made myself! 


Plus...

I'll have you know that the bonus about this delectable recipe is...

It's simple and easy to make! (Just my kind of baking!)

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So...

On this edition of #RECIPEFRIDAY...


I have for you a dessert recipe that is sure to please! (Well, I hope so! lol)

Toffee Crunch Chocolate Bark!

by *CaNdY FiT*
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 15-20 minutes

Ingredients

Instructions
  1. Pre-heat your oven to 350F
  2. Line a baking tray with tin foil and place your soda crackers in a row
  3. Over medium-low heat, melt your butter and mix in your brown sugar until it's dissolved
  4. Pour the mixture over the sodas crackers and place in the oven to bake for about 6-8 minutes (crackers will float a bit)
  5. Remove the tray from the oven and cover with chocolate chips
  6. Return to oven for 1-2 minutes to melt chocolate (you could, alternatively, melt the chocolate over the stove top and pour onto the crackers)
  7. Remove from oven and spread the chocolate with a knife or spreader of sorts
  8. Top with pumpkin seeds and cranberries (or you can add these ingredients when adding the chocolate chips)
  9. Refrigerate overnight
  10. Remove tin foil and break into pieces
  11. For safe keeping: Put the bark in a Tupperware container lined with wax pepper and place in the fridge.

***This recipe was given to me by my Aunt, which was given to her by her friend. The only changes I made were the amount of crackers and chocolates chips used as well as the addition of the cranberries and pumpkin seeds.***


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I may have to do a few extra crunches for some extra bites that be hiding in my fridge ;)


Perhaps...

A crunch for a crunch! (lol)


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Okay so...

Now it's your turn!

Is there a recipe this holiday season you've been loving? (Grab the button below, plug it into your post and share the goods!)

RecipeFriday


I can't wait to see what you've got cooking!

Have a great weekend!

Questions FU You...

Have you ever made Bark? What kind did you make?
What are your plans for New Years Eve?

Stay Tuned FU More On *CaNdY FiT*

21 comments:

  1. I swear, your recipes get more delicious by the week!

    As for New Year's Eve, as boring as it sounds, I think I might just go to bed early. I want to wake up feeling refreshed and get 2013 off to a great start.

    It's not often that I get the house to myself, so some peace and quiet for a night actually seems more appealing to me at the moment.

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  2. I'm just going to drool a bit on my computer..... YUM! I haven't made any sort of bark in a long time but now I want to...thanks! And as for New Year's Eve'ing it up - I'm totally an old lady stuck in a 20 something body. I'll be asleep before midnight.

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  3. I had this at an event too! I cooked this weekend but nothing super original....so I had nothing for recipe Friday! I still heart you promise ;)

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  4. One of my students made me some bark with soda crackers in it too....delicious! I'm happy you posted the recipe because I've been craving it. Yum!!!

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  5. Mmmmm, looks good - then again I like most anything with cranberries. :)

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  6. Oh that looks so good. I've never made the toffee using crackers. Such a great idea.

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  7. This looks so awesome! I love the healthy toppings on top of the chocolate too! Always makes me feel so much better about indulging ;)

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  8. Looks yummy and I'm loving your apron! So cute ;)

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  9. OOOOOH toffee and chocolate make a wonderful flavor combination. I've made bark before, but never with soda crackers - your recipe is definitely awesome and a must-try!

    Happy weekend to ya!

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  10. Gah! I can't believe I banned sugar before making this. I LOVE the crack... errr... cracker-based bark!

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  11. omg this recipe looks SO good! would be perfect to make and give as gifts too!!

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  12. ohmygoodness that looks amazing!!

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  13. holy amazing! toffee squares are my favorite!!

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  14. UHMMM yum! I love pumpkin seeds + cranberries so this is right up my dessert alley!

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  15. Yum! I had a dark chocolate peppermint bark at Christmas that was divine. Love your apron!

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  16. OMG I don't even remember the last time I had BARK... And now that I think about it, I don't think I ever have! Clearly I am missing out!!! LOL

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  17. hehe, love the dog and BARK! I'd be doing the same.

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  18. Ooooooomg, I want this bark in my kitchen right now. It looks amazing!!

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  19. Oh, wow- that sounds fantastic!! Sorry, no recipe this week... it was largely a lazy blogging week. But I think I'll be back next week! :)

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