Children In Need Chocolate Bark

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It’s Children in Need tomorrow! And what better way to get involved in the fun than play around with chocolate?

This is a quick and easy treat to make, and the kids can even get involved too. You could even tie these up with a piece of string and sell them at the bake sale!

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Children In Need Chocolate Bark

Ingredients:

  • White Chocolate (~120g bar)
  • Yellow gel food colouring
  • Hundreds and Thousands
  • Chocolate Sprinkles (or chips)
  • Marshmallows
  • Any other sprinkles e.g nuts, dried fruit, etc…
  1. Prepare a baking tray with clingfilm or grease-proof paper. Melt your chocolate in the microwave for 1 minute and stir until smooth.
  2. Pour out the chocolate and spread it evenly. You’ll need to work quickly because you want all of your bits and pieces on there before the chocolate cools. Squeeze a little bit of food colouring over the chocolate and then swirl it with the flat edge of a spoon, this will make a pretty marbled effect. Go as subtle or as crazy as you like with your toppings.
  3. Pop the bark into the fridge for 1 hour to set. Once it’s cooled, take it out and break it into pieces. That’s it!

I hope you like this recipe, if you want to see more of my recipes, here are a few more sweet treats to enjoy:

And don’t forget to follow me on Pinterest to see all of the AMAZING recipes I share and save on there!

 

 

 

 

 

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Lifestyle and Beauty Blogger| My name's Imogen Beth Clegg and I share things from my life, travels and favourite products! Grab a chair, make a brew and get reading, I hope you'll stay for a while...

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