Easy 3 Ingredient Chocolate Bark: Simple marbled chocolate bark is made to look like Spider Webs and adorned with gummy spiders for a Halloween treat.
This post has been sponsored by Surf Sweets. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
Well I am at it again.
Playing with my food.
I just can’t help it when I do something SO simple and create something fun and festive for my kids (okay and me to enjoy!)
Easy 3 Ingredient Chocolate Bark
You guys doesn’t this Spider Web Chocolate Bark scream Halloween to you?!
Just like my Pumpkin Cheesecake with Chocolate Jack-O-Lantern Face and Spider’s Web Black Bean Dip, this Simple Chocolate Bark is made with ingredients you can feel good about splurging on–just quality dark and white chocolate.
But of course NO spider’s web would be complete without a spider right?
I am in love with Surf Sweets Spooky Spiders.
Just like my allergy-friendly chocolate bark, all Surf Sweets Candy are made with real ingredients, no artificial colors, no high fructose corn syrup, and free of the top 10 food allergens (free of: peanuts, tree nuts, dairy, wheat, soy,
eggs, fish, shellfish, sesame, sulfites.)
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Meaning that you can top this easy chocolate bark recipe with a Spooky Spider and ALL kids can enjoy this treat despite any food allergies they may have.
My daughter’s first comment when she was looking at these Surf Sweets Spooky Spiders, was that her best friend who has severe allergies could enjoy them! And then she sampled these gummies and said–Wow, these are really good Mom….like REALLY good!
And as parents know, kids are the toughest critics!
What did she think of my Marbled Chocolate Bark Recipe?
She said it was simply adorable and DELICIOUS!
Pretty sure your kids will agree and you will be happy about serving your kids Spider Bark Chocolate Bark because it is simple to make and is made with ingredients you can feel good about treating your children (and yourself) with.
Steps to Make Dairy-Free Chocolate Bark
- Melt your Chocolate. I place my white chocolate in a bowl and and my dark chocolate in a bowl and microwave each for 30 second intervals in the microwave, stirring after each interval until melted and smooth. This took me about 3 minutes for the dark chocolate and 2 minutes for the white chocolate–but it will be determined by your microwave’s power.
- Pour your dark chocolate onto a non-stick silpat or wax paper. and spread out to an even layer.
- Put your white chocolate into a pastry bag or plastic sandwich bag with tip cut off on one side and pipe swirls randomly over dark chocolate.
- Using a toothpick, run lines through the white chocolate, creating a spider web effect.
- Let harden at room temperature or in the fridge.
- Adorn with Surf Sweet’s Spooky Spiders and cut into small servings.
A Few Notes Marbled Chocolate Bark
- You can also melt your chocolate over a double boiler instead of in the microwave, just be sure to not get any water in your chocolate to prevent it from seizing up.
- Have your silpat or piece of wax paper next to microwave or stove so you can put your spoon on it in-between stirring chocolate to keep your counters clean.
- Place your pastry bag or sandwich bag in a tall glass and drape sides over the rim of the cup so that it is easy to scoop the melted white chocolate into the bag.
- If you don’t have toothpicks to drag through chocolate, use the tip of a butter knife or a metal kebob skewer.
- Work quickly. Once your chocolate is melted, it is best to complete your bark in 5 minutes. And this recipe is so easy, you can do just that!
- Store in the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks.
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3 Ingredient Easy Chocolate Bark
A DIY Marbled Chocolate Bark Recipe that is turned into a Halloween Chocolate Bark with 2 simple steps.
- 2 ounces dairy-free white chocolate cut into chunks
- 8 ounces dairy-free chocolate chips or bar, cut into chunks
- 12 Surf Sweets Spooky Spiders
Place white chocolate and dark chocolate into 2 seperate glass bowls and microwave each at 30 second intervals, stirring between each interval until melted and smooth.
Pour dark chocolate onto silpat or wax paper and spread to thin 1/8 inch with back of spoon or spatula.
Place melted white chocolate into a pastry bag or sandwich bag with tip cut off, and piple swirls randomly over chocolate.
Using toothpick or butter knife, drag through the white chocolate to create what looks like spider webs.
Allow chocolate to set up in fridge.
Adorn each web with a gummy spider and cut to serve.
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