After recently introducing a Confectionery Chocolate Bark Kit, we wanted to offer you some ideas and inspiration as to what you can make using only the ingredients in the kit. Keep reading to check out step by step instructions and see bark creations that you will be drooling over!
Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and smooth it out. Pour the melted coating evenly on the pan and work quickly before the chocolate sets.
Recommendations: Customize this bark even further with items you already have in your pantry. We love dried fruits, nuts and seeds, granola, cereal, marshmallows, pretzels, or pieces of our favorite candies!
An alluring marbled look created using our dark and white confectionery chocolate coatings! Simply melt both coatings, pour on a pan with parchment paper, and use a toothpick to swipe through the melted chocolate, creating a marble effect.
TIP: When melting the coatings, make sure you keep your first melted coating warm with a warm towel underneath the bowl, or keep it in a double boiler while melting the other. This will ensure that both coatings are properly melted and do not set up before pouring them onto your pan.
Once you have your coatings melted, pour the dark chocolate coating on one side of the pan, and the white chocolate adjacent to it. Use a tooth pick to drag through both chocolates, allowing the white and dark to embed into one another to create a swirly, marbled effect. Before it seizes, top with a handful of White Crispearls for extra texture and flare! This is an easy, homemade dessert for any occasion or a fun activity with the kids.
A vibrant burst of color and strawberry flavor! Create an ombre effect with white chocolate and strawberry flavored white chocolate that will capture all the attention at your next baby shower, children’s birthday party, or girl’s night.
Combine White Chocolate Coating and Strawberry Flavor Paste to achieve your pink flavored coating. TIP: To prevent the flavored chocolate from seizing up, add Cocoa Butter (included in your kit) to help with the chocolate’s fluidity. In another bowl, melt the plain White Chocolate Coating.
As mentioned in the previous recipe, make sure that both of your coatings are kept warm until they are ready to pour onto your lined pan. This can be done by keeping a warm towel under the bowl, or by keeping it in your double boiler. This will allow both coatings to be properly melted to easily achieve the ombre look.
Once both of your coatings are melted, make sure your pan is lined with smooth parchment paper and pour the white coating on to a spot on the pan first. Once that is poured, take the strawberry flavored coating and pour it adjacent to the white coating. Use a spoon, spatula or knife to smooth the two colors back, creating an ombre, marbled effect. Make sure you work quickly and add in your toppings before the chocolate seizes up! We sprinkled on our Assorted Rainbow Confetti for this one!
Strawberry and chocolate is a CLASSIC flavor combo and this sensational bark will be no stranger to your taste buds!
To recreate this beautiful marbled look, combine White Chocolate Confectionery Coating with Strawberry Flavor Paste and mix together. To prevent the flavored chocolate from seizing up, add the cocoa butter that is included in your Confectionery Chocolate Bark Kit. Make sure to measure the appropriate amount of ingredients by following this model: 1 tablespoon flavor paste and 1 tablespoon cocoa butter to 1 pound coating.
In a second bowl, melt your Dark Confectionery Chocolate Coating. Keep both coatings warm so that they are of equal fluidity before pouring them onto your lined baking sheet. This can be done by keeping a warm towel under the bowl, or keeping it on your double boiler.
Once you have your coatings melted, pour the dark coating on one side of the pan, and the strawberry flavored coating adjacent to it. Using a tooth pick, drag through both chocolates to create a mixed effect of dark and pink swirls and shapes. Once you have reached the desired effect, quickly top with your choice of décor, like the White Crispearls and Roasted Cocoa Nibs from Luker Chocolate that are included in your kit. This beautifully designed bark is sure to leave a lasting impression, and it takes no skill or time at all!
Here is a list of other ifiGOURMET Provisions ingredients that are perfect for decorating your Confectionery Chocolate Bark
This “Rocky Road” chocolate bark uses our Dark Chocolate Coating topped with marshmallows, Crispearls, chopped nuts, and our Happy Birthday or Congratulations decor. This easy to make dessert can be your next best way to show someone you care or offer a delicious dose of encouragement! Simply melt the Dark Chocolate Coating and pile on your toppings. Can be flavored with Dreidoppel Flavor Pastes like Espresso, Caramel, Vanilla, and more!
This white chocolate bark uses our White Chocolate Confectionery Coating and is splattered with a strawberry flavored coating that can be created by mixing our White Chocolate Confectionery Coating with our Dreidoppel Strawberry Flavor Paste. While the chocolate sets on a lined pan, top it with ingredients like Candied Orange Peels, dried cranberries, Dark Crispearls, and a little bit of Ruby Brilliant Powder. So much flavor and design proves this bark to be a showstopper!
Vibrant and colorful, perfect for birthday parties! Our White Chocolate Coating is a perfect base to be flavored with Banana Flavor Paste, Coconut Flavor Paste, and Yellow Dry Colorant. This combination will take you straight to the tropics! Top with our All Natural Rainbow Sprinkles and Assorted Rainbow Confetti for a simple, elevated look that requires only the shake of a hand. This bark will give a taste-bud explosion and you will sit happily knowing that it took you no time at all to create such a magnificent dessert. Feel like a professional yet?!
Have you purchased a Confectionery Bark Kit yet? What kind did you make? What ingredients did you combine?! Tag us @ifiprovisions with your bark creations to be featured on our social media pages!
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