This Raspberry Chocolate Bark is so delicious despite having just three ingredients!
It is really quick and easy to make and you can throw it together in just five minutes. I absolutely love the combination of chocolate and fresh raspberries, especially dark chocolate, so this is my perfect dessert to make when I fancy something sweet in a hurry. I have included the time needed for this bark to set in the preparation time.
I like to keep this recipe really simple and let this lovely flavour pairing do all of the talking, however, if preferred you could use this as a base and add chopped nuts, other dried fruits, crushed biscuits or wafers, etc to this recipe to really jazz it up and add your own twist to it. When I first made this bark, raspberries were my obvious choice as they are my favourite to pair with chocolate, however, you could make this bark with any type of berry you fancied. I think this would probably work with apricots or peaches too if you fancied trying those too.
As the name of this dessert states, you only need three ingredients to make this recipe, however, you could actually whittle the ingredients down even more by omitting the coconut oil. If you skip this ingredient you will need to increase the amount of chocolate used to compensate. Ensure it completely coats the raspberries so that they all stick together and the bark takes shape when you scrape the mixture out. I like to make this using dark chocolate but you could try it with a dairy free milk or white chocolate instead if you preferred.
I use a small baking tray lined with parchment paper to make this recipe but a silicone mould would work too. You don’t have to use a specific sized tray to make this Raspberry Chocolate Bark and you could actually use any baking tray, loaf tin or muffin tray you wanted.
The coconut oil helps the chocolate to stretch a little further so you won’t need to use as much chocolate, however, it will mean that the bark melts a little faster than it usually would. Due to this you will need to store it in the freezer once set. Simply allow a few minutes to thaw out once eating to protect your teeth!
If you like the flavours in this simple recipe you may also like my Double Chocolate & Raspberry Bites or my Double Chocolate & Raspberry Fudge recipe which you can find here. If you are looking for another bark recipe you might like my Chocolate Orange Puffed Quinoa Bark which you can find here.
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