PEPPERMINT CHOCOLATE CHRISTMAS BARK
Christmas is just around the corner and many of us have already started attending parties and functions. This recipe for Peppermint Chocolate Christmas Bark is really easy to make and it is sooooo delicious! You will be the talk of the party when you take this dish along to your next event.
There are a number of ways that you can serve Christmas Bark:
1. Arrange the Christmas Bark on a plate, wrap with cellophane or cling wrap and take it along to your next party.
2. Make a few different flavours of Christmas Bark and put them all on the same plate to show a range of colours – we have some more flavours to share with you later this week.
3. Wrap the Christmas Bark in cellophane bags and tie a bit of ribbon around the top. This is a simple but effective gift idea.
4. Put the Christmas Bark into a Christmas themed tin or container.
Do you have any more ideas? We’d love to know. Please send us a reply email or share your Christmas Bark ideas on our private Facebook group.
- 500g milk chocolate, broken into pieces
- 5 drops doTerra peppermint oil
- 2-5 candy canes, broken into small pieces or use a candy of choice (red & green lollies) or nuts.
- Add the pieces of chocolate (500g) to the bowl and chop for 20 seconds/speed 8.
- Melt the chocolate for 3 minutes/50 degrees/speed 3.
- Scrape down the sides and continue melting until all the chocolate is completely melted.
- Add doTerra peppermint oil (5 drops) and mix 10 seconds/speed 3.
- Line a baking tray with baking paper. Pour the chocolate evenly on the tray. Sprinkle broken pieces of candy canes on top of the chocolate.
- Freeze for 10 minutes.
- Pull out of freezer and snap the chocolate into pieces.
- Store in an airtight container and keep refrigerated.
- Chrystalla and Sia are Wellness Advocates of doTerra Essential Oils. The peppermint oil used in this recipe makes a huge difference to the tast of the Christmas Bark. If you would like to learn more about using essential oils in your cooking then please let us know and we will invite you to our next online information session.
- Use the turbo function to break the candy or nuts into pieces: Turbo/.5 sec/repeat as needed.
- Cinnamon oil is also a nice flavour to use when making Chocolate Christmas Bark.
- If you like this recipe then you might also like the recipe for Cinnamon, Nut & Berry Christmas Bark
- Make an ice chocolate or hot chocolate with the leftover chocolate in bowl – instructions below…
How To Make A Hot Chocolate Using Left Over Chocolate in The Bowl
Step 1: Add milk (250g) and mix 10 seconds/speed 8.
Step 2: Cook for 3 minutes/90 degrees/speed 4.
Step 3: For frothy top, mix again 30 seconds/speed 8.
Step 4: Pour in to a cup or mug and add chocolate sprinkles on top. Enjoy!