Sunday, 17 December 2017

White Chocolate and Coconut Bark



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White Chocolate and Coconut Bark
A lovely coconutty white chocolate bark that simply melts in the mouth.
Ingredients:
  • 600 g White chocolate
  • 40 g Desicated coconut (coarse)
  • 20 g Colourful edible sprinkles
  • 1/2 teaspoon or 6 drops Coconut essence
  • 100 g Milk chocolate
Method:
1. Set up a double boiler, and put a glass bowl over it.2. Break the white chocolate into small pieces and add to the glass bowl. Allow it to melt fully.3. Add the coconut essence and the desiccated coconut and mix through gently as not to create air bubbles.4. Line a baking tray with grease proof paper and pour the melted chocolate on it, smoothing it with a palette knife.,5. Melt the milk chocolate in another bowl and fill a piping bag with it. Pipe straight lines over the white chocolate on the tray and using a cocktail stick create a feather design by dragging the cocktail stick through the white chocolate.6. Sprinkle the edible sprinkles and place the tray in the fridge to set. 7. Once the chocolate is set cut it into small pieces and fill gift bags with it. Tie with a pretty ribbon and its ready for gifting.
Details
Prep time: Cook time: Chill time: Total time: Yield: 1 tray



These make lovely edible gifts and look beautiful when filled in cellophane bag and tied with a ribbon bow. This is the perfect activity to get your youngsters involved in.


28 comments:

  1. This looks absolutely divine and it is something I have never tried to make x

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  2. These sound so lovely - they may just make an appearance on our Christmas table...

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  3. Oh wow that looks delicious, it would make a perfect extra gift for Christmas too x

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  4. These chocolate and coconut barks surely look yummy! Coconut does make every delicacy much more yummier! And the fact that they melt in the mouth could make me feast on too much of them! Thanks for sharing the recipe, so glad it's an easy one.

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  5. This sounds delicious and different. They looks festive. I bet my Mam will want to recipe to these!

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  6. Oh wow! This looks amazingly delicious and so pretty too! I am going to have to make some as gifts, what a great idea!-star harford

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  7. This sounds really tasty. I must see if I can get hold of some coconut essence. I'm sure my family would love to try them.

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  8. Wow! these are looking perfectly delicious! I would love to try this, this is really perfect for Christmas...

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  9. This white chocolate and coconut bark would look great on our dessert table this Christmas and New Year! I am saving the recipe and making a trial batch soon.

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  10. These look so delicious. I hove how you decorated them too. I will try making them and make some more for our Christmas day feast.

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  11. This just looks so pretty and coconut is always such a nice taste within chocolate x

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  12. Ooh that sounds amazing and such a lovely home made treat! We would love to make that for the school teachers!

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  13. white chocolate and coconut are two of my favourite things - this looks amazing! :)

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  14. This Chocolate and coconut bark looks great. I would love to make it for my friends, it will be great for gifting!

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  15. I totally agree this would be a lovely idea at the same time perfect for our kids to join and make, absolutely fun and yummy too.

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  16. I love bark as I had tried it earlier in the year and it was absolutely delicious. I really love the combination of chocolate and coconut that you have included here. So lovely x

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  17. Such a wonderful gifting idea, something that the children could get involved with too

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  18. These look great, I cant believe they are so easy and so fast to make! Delish!

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  19. I'm not a fan of dessicated coconut, but I love white chocolate with spices like cinnamon and cardamom. :)

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  20. These make such delightful gifts! I would love to be able to make something like this x

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  21. Oh this is so pretty, what a lovely gift this would be to get. Yum!

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  22. Brilliant idea for an edible gift and you have presented it so nicely!

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  23. This looks amazing! I always find my chocolate gets water condensation on it though, when I chill it in the fridge. How do you stop that from happening?

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    1. I always leave the tray of chocolate to reach room temperature before I put it in the fridge to set, I am not totally sure and I may be wrong but the condensation is caused when you put the hot chocolate in cold fridge immediately.

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    2. That is such a good idea to leave the tray to reach room temperature before putting it in the fridge to set. What a great way of reducing condensation.

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  24. These sound utterly delicious - I'm a huge fan of coconut and white chocolate together and don't like milk chocolate so these would be perfect for me!

    C x

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  25. This looks so simple, yet stunning! I would love to get this in my Christmas stocking this year. You can't beat handmade gifts

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  26. You make it look so easy! This would make a great handmade gift but I'd probably eat it all myself before I gifted it!

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