Midnight Forest Bark – From Cooper’s Corner

This idea was inspired by one of my friend’s moms who happens to also be a friend of my mom!  We were at our cabin last year and she made something similar for our dessert.  I thought it tasted really good and wanted to make it into my own design.

I was reminded the other night about it and my mom told me that we had all of the ingredients to make it.  It was hard to melt the white chocolate, but in the end, it finally melted.  The rest of it was fairly easy.  

Below is an image of the final product before we broke it into pieces, doesn’t it look cool?

I hope you enjoy this as much as I do – more recipes coming soon to Cooper’s Corner! 

Midnight Forest Bark - From Cooper's Corner
Serves 6
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Ingredients
  1. 16 ounces dark chocolate pieces
  2. 8 ounces peanut butter chips
  3. 8 ounces white chocolate chips
  4. 10-12 mini marshmallows, halved
Instructions
  1. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
  2. Melt the chocolates and the peanut butter chips, separately, either over a double boiler or in the microwave.
  3. If using the microwave, melt each bowl at 50% power at 30 minute intervals, stirring in between, until melted.
  4. Spread the dark chocolate onto the baking sheet.
  5. Using 2 spoons, dollop the white chocolate and melted peanut butter chips in random spots on top of the dark chocolate.
  6. Drag a knife or a toothpick all of the way through the melted chocolates lengthwise and then crosswise to create the swirl design.
  7. Drop the halved marshmallows onto the melted chocolate.
  8. Place entire pan into the freezer for about an hour or until frozen solid.
  9. Break into pieces.
  10. Store in a sealed container in the freezer.
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Comments (5)

  • Well, this is an impressive debut, Cooper. Maybe I need to be your taste tester. <3

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  • This looks like a work of art! I will have to give it a try soon. How very cool that you are contributing to you Mom’s blog. Best of luck and have fun!

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  • Mmmmm! Looks delicipus! Thanks for this Cooper!

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