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No-bake Christmas Chocolate Bark Recipe

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No-bake Christmas Chocolate Bark Recipe

This is so easy, that I kinda don’t know why on earth I haven’t made it before. It’s so simple, especially being no-bake, that the kids can make it, and so delicious even the adults will want to eat it. For me, there’s something about the mix of the chewy {gummie bears} and the chocolate together. It’s brilliant. Someone needs to invent chocolate coated gummie bears if they haven’t already.

No-bake Christmas Chocolate Bark Recipe

We’re away from tomorrow until just before Christmas, so I’m not sure if I’ll do baked goods as gifts for my family. I’m actually planning on having the most relaxing, almost lazy Christmas ever. Usually I’m sweating it out in the kitchen all day, and then spending all night cleaning. This year we’re using paper plates and cutlery {I’ll get biodegradable environment, don’t worry}, and I’m asking everyone to bring a dish.

No-bake Christmas Chocolate Bark Recipe

NO-BAKE CHRISTMAS CHOCOLATE BARK

Grab a block of milk chocolate and a handful of your favourite lollies. It’s best to go to a lolly shop and get a bit of pick n mix so you don’t have loads of leftover lollies. Melt the chocolate in the microwave in 20 second intervals {so it doesn’t burn}. Place a piece of baking paper on a tray, and pour melted chocolate over the baking paper. Spread using a spoon until about 5mm thick. Place lollies over the bark, and sprinkle with 100s & 1000s. Place in the fridge to set. Cut into pieces and share with someone you love.

No-bake Christmas Chocolate Bark Recipe

How are you spending Christmas this year?

@Fatmumslim