Salted Peanut Chocolate Bark

Salted peanuts scattered over a combination of dark, milk and white chocolate, then sliced into pieces. This would be perfect for when you want a bit of dairy free indulgence. I love mixing salty with sweet, it might sound odd at first but the combination really goes well together

You’ll need;

  1. 180g/6oz of dark chocolate
  2. 40g/1.4oz milk chocolate
  3. 40g/1.4oz white chocolate
  4. 100g/3.5oz salted peanuts

Method;

  • Melt the chocolate in three separate bowls, you can choose to do this over a saucepan of gently simmering water, or by using a microwave. If you use the saucepan method, make sure the bowl doesn’t touch the water. If you choose to do the microwave method, microwave in short ten second bursts, stirring in between. Once the chocolate has just melted immediately remove from the heat. Ideally there will still be a few bits of chocolate that hasn’t totally melted, the residual heat from the bowl will melt the chocolate as you stir it
  • Spread the dark chocolate evenly onto a lined baking tray. Add the milk and white chocolate and swirl them together, I used a chopstick to do this. Then scatter over the peanuts and leave it to set, you can speed this up by popping it into the fridge
  • Once it’s set, cut or break it into pieces, you can choose how big or small you want the pieces to be. That’s it, now it’s done and ready to eat

Tip; You can buy free from chocolate bars in more supermarket free from sections. Cadburys’ Bournville chocolate is accidentally suitable for vegans, as is a lot of dark chocolate, just check the label to make sure

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