Tropical White Chocolate Bark is an easy to make no-bake treat that’s great for parties. Package up and give as a gift, you’ll love this simple snack.
Tropical White Chocolate Bark
Today I’m presenting my last post for the tasty week known as #Choctoberfest 2018. Hopefully, you’ll agree that there’s been chocolate deliciousness all week long in all forms.
Not only is #Chocotoberfest a celebration of chocolate recipes from 100+ bloggers, but it also includes a huge giveaway that you definitely want to enter! Enter, do it!!! To visit my first 2 posts for #Choctoberfest 2018 click the links below.
Do you make “bark” for the holiday season? I usually make it in some way, shape or form. Most times it will have a pretzel base and milk chocolate with chopped chocolate candies. It is always devoured and leaves me wondering why I don’t make it during other times of the year.
I knew I wanted to make something with white chocolate for #Choctoberfest and that led me to Tropical White Chocolate Bark. Don’t you agree it looks really pretty?
When I make bark I use some sort of base, I think it holds up better. Especially if you are stacking pieces or placing pieces in baggies or packaging to give away.
For Tropical White Chocolate Bark I used good old graham crackers. Don’t crush them! Simply lay them out in on a baking tray. Next step is melted white chocolate morsels spread all over the top of the graham crackers. Prior to spreading the white chocolate, I added in some coconut extract to give this bark an extra taste of the tropics.
The wow factor comes compliments of Sprinkle Pop sprinkles. When I found their Sorbeto Sprinkle Mix it instantly reminded me of a tropical sunset where the pinks, blues, and oranges all blend together in a blaze glory. I just knew it would be the perfect selection to use on Tropical White Chocolate Bark.
Some additional touches I used include swirls of orange food coloring, sweetened coconut flakes, additional white chocolate chips and a sprinkling of crushed graham crackers. There’s really no exact measurements, use as much or as little as you’d like.
Can’t get enough of this tropical white chocolate bark recipe? Try these other recipes!
- White Chocolate Cranberry Coffee Cake
- Coconut Mug Cake
- Cranberry White Chocolate Chip Drop Cookies
- Fluffernutter Truffles
Some tips for making Tropical White Chocolate Bark:
- Almond Bark can be substituted for white chocolate chips.
- Add in chopped dried pineapple.
- Store in a resealable container after breaking apart.
- 12 graham cracker sheets
- 12 oz white chocolate morsels melted
- 1/2 tsp coconut extract
- orange food coloring
- 2 tsp Sprinkle Pop Sorbeto Sprinkle Mix
- 1/2 cup sweetened coconut flakes
- 1/3 cup white chocolate morsels
- 1/4 cup graham crackers crumbled
Lay graham cracker sheets in baking pan. Melt white chocolate morsels according to package direction. Mix in coconut extract. Spread onto the layer of graham crackers. Squeeze drops of orange food coloring randomly over the top, swirl with a tooth pick.
Sprinkle top with: sprinkles, coconut, white chocolate morsels, and graham cracker crumbs.
Allow chocolate to harden at least 2 hours. Break into 2-3" pieces. Place in sealable container.
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