White chocolate bark is a great Christmas treat!


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Ingredients (serves 4)

  • 200 g Block of White Chocolate
  • Handful sprinkles

Method

  1. Break up the chocolate and place in a microwave safe bowl, and place in the microwave for 60 seconds.
  2. Using a fork, stir the chocolate so there is no lumps.
  3. Spread onto baking paper, and sprinkle on the sprinkles. Place in the fridge to set, once set, you can break it up how you like.


  • What a fantastic way to personalise some white chocolate for gifts. Thanks so much for sharing.

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  • Thanks for sharing this delicious white chocolate creation.

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  • Yummy I love white chocolate and 100s and 1000s

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  • Smarties sprinkled on top would be great too

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  • Love the sprinkles. I guess you could put other things on there too like dried fruit and nuts. Yum!

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  • This would look great , enlarged on a cake. I agree.

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  • Why not make it onto a shape for a birthday cake (e.g.: a flat 5 say 15cm tall and 10cm wide). It would look pretty impressive on a cake!


    • yes i keep getting tricked everytime that i see this pic! i think that it is a star! it would look really good as a shape! you could put in just blue sprinkles and make it a star shape and serve up at a kids party for a frozen theme.

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  • Awesome, quick, yummy treat enjoyed by kids and adults

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  • it’s a real thing at the moment…

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  • this is a fun recipe plus so easy that the kids could make it. i reckon that those sprinkles make this so colourful and cute! you could add oreo bits as well or instead.

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  • White chocolate bark looks so incredibly yummy! Thanks.

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  • So easy and so yummy, thanks for sharing!

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  • Can’t get any easier than that and it looks great. thanx.

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  • they would also look good if they were cut into star shapes too.

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  • Very nice. I guess you could add some nuts too if you want.

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