Day Bark

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I enjoy all the ubiquitous chocolate barks during Christmas and decided to do a Valentine riff on it.

– 5.5 ounces good-quality Bittersweet Chocolate – 5.5 ounces good-quality Semi-sweet Chocolate


My toppings included the following, but you can add anything you'd like! – 3.5 tablespoons candied orange rind – 4 ounces dried cherries – Nonpareils

By simply melting semi-sweet and bittersweet chocolate, pouring it into a pan, sprinkling the desired topping, letting it sit for 2 hours, and cutting it with a heart-shaped cookie cutter, I have the perfect Valentine’s Day Chocolate Bark.

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And…it’s been scientifically proven that a little dark chocolate is actually pretty good for you! So, this is a healthy Valentine’s Day treat! You’re welcome.

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