Salted Caramel Chocolate Bark recipe makes a quick, easy, impressive treat during the Christmas holiday season. Gooey caramel layered over rich dark chocolate and sprinkled with salty pecans is guaranteed to be gobbled up fast!
Hello! This is Melissa, from MamaGourmand and I’m dropping in Megan’s holiday cookie exchange series as a guest blogger. I’m excited to share Salted Caramel Chocolate Bark recipe with Pip and Ebby readers!
Ever since the best chocolate bark in the world has been conquered, it's been a homemade chocolate bark explosion around here!
The possibilities are endless - turtle bark, white chocolate bark, peanut butter bark, and this ooey gooey Salted Caramel Chocolate Bark. It's a madness I cannot stop.
Gourmet bark makes the perfect gift for the holidays. Making homemade bark is fast, easy, economical, and can be made in advance. Check out how to make chocolate bark to discover some unique ways to gift it.
Salted Caramel Chocolate Bark tastes like homemade turtles, which are so popular at Christmastime. Fortunately, bark is simpler and quicker to make.
Instead of pulling individual pieces of caramel and meticulously setting pecans in small dollops of chocolate, Caramel Chocolate Bark comes together in minutes. It’s like the cheater’s version of sheet pan turtles with same delicious results.
Substitutions for Salted Caramel Chocolate Bark
If you happen to not be a pecan fan, some suggested substitutions are:
lightly crushed pretzels
peanuts or almonds
drizzle melted peanut butter chips over top
instead of sprinkling with salt, decorate with festive sprinkles, or both!
M & M's or other chopped candy
crushed cookies, such as Oreos or Nutter Butters
FOR FULL RECIPE AND A TUTORIAL ON HOW TO EASILY TEMPER CHOCOLATE IN THE MICROWAVE, CLICK HERE.
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