DIY with Katie Pope: Valentine’s Day Bark

Chocolate bark to share with loved ones this Valentine's Day

Break the bark into pieces and share with family, friend, and loved ones... or keep it to yourself.

Katie Pope

Break the bark into pieces and share with family, friend, and loved ones... or keep it to yourself.

Katie Pope, Staff Writer

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  • Wax paper, Whisk, Baking Sheets, Tooth picks, Two bowels, Red/pink food dye, Sprinkles, Semisweet or dark chocolate chips, White chocolate.

  • Lay a piece of wax paper on a baking sheet to prevent mix from sticking.

  • Melt 2 cups of chocolate in the microwave.

  • Melt 1.5 cups of white chocolate in the mircowave.

  • Whisk about 3-4 drops of red food coloring into the white chocolate.

  • Pour milk chocolate on the baking sheet.

  • Spread the chocolate around into a thin layer

  • Pour the pink chocolate on top of the milk chocolate.

  • Use a tooth pick to swirl the two chocolates together.

  • Decorate the bark with sprinkles and any edible decorations of your choice.

  • Place the baking sheet into the fridge for about 30-45 minutes or until solid.

  • Break the bark into pieces and share with family, friend, and loved ones... or keep it to yourself.

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