melted chocolate or white chocolate coating
your choice of filling such as coconut, pecans, almonds, toffee, corn flakes, Rice Krispies or any other nuts, etc.Line a cookie sheet with waxed paper or greased foil. Melt the chocolate as directed on package.
Combine the melted chocolate coating and your choice of filling ingredients in a bowl until well mixed. Work quickly as the chocolate will harden as it cools.
Spread the chocolate mixture onto the prepared cookie sheet. Let the bark cool and harden and then break into pieces.
You can also spoon the chocolate mixture into desired shapes instead of spreading it out and tint the chocolate as desired for holidays.
For Christmas you can make wreaths with green chocolate and corn flakes and for Easter you can make nests from yellow chocolate and coconut.
In this case, instead of spreading the bark on a baking sheet and breaking it into shards when it hardens, you spread it in a pan, so the resulting candy is thicker and can be sliced up in squares or bars
Remove from microwave & stir until chocolate is completely melted. Microwave the chocolate in a medium microwaveable bowl, on HIGH for 2 minutes or until chocolate is almost melted, stirring after 1 minute. 5 (9 ounce) packages semisweet baking chocolate
Not only is it Valentine's Day and not I have to miss out on all those delicious chocolates that are floating around this time of year… but it's also my birthday month and I can't even indulge in some birthday cake or treats like these gorg red velvet cookies