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Chocolate Pretzel Bark

Sep 04, 2015

If you’ve never made chocolate bark before, you might think that it’s really complicated (or messy). But I’m here to tell you that it is neither of those things! Making chocolate bark is probably one of the easiest candy recipes you can attempt. It’s also great because you can experiment and add things to it, making it really unique. I love the combo of sweet and salty so I decided to make a chocolate and white chocolate bark and add in some pretzel sticks. I love how the pretzels not only add that salty component but also a little crunch to the chocolate.

Make up a batch of chocolate bark for your next gathering, or make it and divide it into small Ziploc® Brand Bags to give as sweet gifts to neighbors, teachers, and friends. Everyone loves a little chocolate surprise, right? 

Chocolate Pretzel Bark 

Chocolate Pretzel Bark

Prep: 10 minutes
Chill: 20 minutes


1 bag of chocolate melting wafers
1 bag of white chocolate melting wafers
1 cup salted pretzel sticks
1 tablespoon of sprinkles (optional)


Melt the chocolate as directed. Once melted, pour onto a baking sheet lined with wax paper. Swirl the chocolates together using a toothpick. While the chocolate is still wet, add the pretzels and sprinkles on top. Place the baking sheet in the refrigerator for at least 20 minutes so the bark can set. Once hardened, either cut or break the bark into smaller pieces. Store extra chocolate bark in a tightly sealed Ziploc® Brand Storage Bag.

What items would you add into your chocolate bark?

Photo courtesy of Tori Tait.

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