Toffee Popcorn Bark

Wednesday, 21 December 2016

This is a tasty little gem I clipped from an old issue of Good Food Magazine yonks ago! It looked fabulously delicious and very simple to make.  As you know I can be rather lazy sometimes and simple and delicious are what works best for me!

It's just perfect for all the holiday celebrations we have coming up . . . it would also be great to make and serve at a Hen Night, All Girl's Sleepover night, etc.  It would also make nice hostess gifts to bring when you are invited out for suppers and such . . .  or for a games night.

This delicious snack is the perfect blend of  sweet/salty/crunchy/silky  . . . . filling a craving in all of us have from time to time.

No matter when you serve it, I am sure it will be most, most popular!! It's very scrummy indeed! And in fact it has you thinking . . . how about doing the same thing but adding baby pretzels, and dried berries . . . or chunks of honey granola . . . or . . . pop rocks and smarties . . . or . . . well, you can see where I am going with this. The World is your oyster! Feed your own whimsie!! Whatever floats your boat!

*Toffee Popcorn Bark*
Makes 8 servings
Printable Recipe

This is one of those easy recipes that has you smacking yourself on the forehead and saying "Why didn't I think of that!"

200g milk chocolate(7 ounces)
200g white chocolate(7 ounces)
(I used Green and Blacks for both)
60g of toffee popcorn (about 2 cups)

Line a large baking sheet with parchment paper. Set aside.

Melt the chocolates independantly of each other. Pour most of the chocolate onto the prepared baking tray, swirling it together. Sprinkle on the toffee popcorn, and then drizzle over the remaining chocolates. Chill until set.
Break into pieces to serve.

Simple, easy and delicious.  Works for me!  Bon Appetit!


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