Sunday, December 21, 2014

Peppermint Bark


 We love Peppermint Bark. This Candy is super easy to make and it's naturally Gluten Free.


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Peppermint Bark

In a Microwave Safe Bowl add:
10 oz. Dark Chocolate Morsels
Melt in the Microwave,, in 30 second increments.
Mine took a total of 1-1/2 Minutes to melt. Stir with a Rubber Spatula

Take a Large Cookie Sheet, turn upside down.
I used Reynolds Non-Stick Pan lining Paper or you can use Parchment Paper (Spray a little cooking spray on the cookie sheet to help it stick) You could also use Silpat baking mats.

Using an offset Spatula
Spread out the Chocolate, to an even thickness
Refrigerate until cooled and hard: about 20 minutes.

In a Microwave Safe Bowl Add:
10 oz. White Chocolate Morsels
Melt in the Microwave,, in 30 second increments.
Mine took a total of 1-1/2 Minutes to melt.
Add 1-1/2 tsp. Pure Peppermint Extract
Stir with a Rubber Spatula
Cool for a few minutes

Use either Candy Canes or Peppermint Starlight Candies
I used the Starlight Candies, approximately 20-22 Candies
Place into a Ziplock bag
Using a Meat Mallet or a Wooden Rolling Pin crush the candies into different size pieces.

Using an offset Spatula
Spread out the White Chocolate, to an even thickness
Sprinkle on the Crushed Peppermint Candies, Gently push them into the White Chocolate to help them stick.

Place back in the Refrigerate until cooled and hard. About 30 Minutes.

You can cut the Bark with a knife or break them apart by hand which is more traditional.

Store in a container in the Refrigerator.

 

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2 comments:

  1. So yummy for my tummy!
    Florida Pam i am :)

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