Buckeye Bark-the amazing flavor combination of chocolate and peanut butter without all the work!
I mentioned a few days ago on Facebook that I was playing with melted chocolate again. I just can’t help myself sometimes. It’s just too easy to whip up a fabulous treat.
My son is the Buckeye maker in our house. It’s his thing. No one else is allowed to make them. But he’s been slack. Things like school, friends, the XBox, have been monopolizing his time.
I’ve given him the love of creating in the kitchen. I don’t want to take it away by making “his thing.”
So what’s a mom do do when searching through the cabinets, I spy the peanut butter just sitting at the front of the shelf?
Don’t tell my son, but this may just be better than his Buckeyes!
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- 1 package candy making chocolate almond bark
- 2 cups creamy peanut butter
- 1 teaspoon vanilla
- 1 cup powdered sugar
- Melt chocolate according to package directions. Pour half of melted chocolate onto a parchment lined baking sheet. Using a spatula, spread chocolate to create a large chocolate slab. Place in freezer for 10 minutes to solidify.
- Mix together peanut butter and vanilla then stir in powdered sugar until smooth and creamy.
- Spread peanut butter mixture over chilled chocolate slab to cover entirely.
- Pour remaining melted chocolate over top of peanut butter layer. Carefully spread to edges to completely cover peanut butter.
- Return to freezer for 5-10 minutes to set top layer of chocolate. Cut Bark into desired sized pieces and enjoy.
- Store in an air tight container. No need to refrigerate unless in a warm climate.
Chocolate almond bark comes in a variety of package sizes, usually 16-20 ounces depending on brand. Both will work fine with this recipe.
recipe source ChocolateChocolateandmore.com
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