My love for chocolate and peanut butter continues this week, i just cannot get enough you know?! It’s possibly the best flavour combination ever! I have literally been making this chocolate peanut butter bark this entire week and it’s so easy to consume the whole thing but that is when i develop some self control because otherwise i would feel guilty for eating it all (secretly i don’t because it tastes that good, words cannot describe).
All you need to make is glorious tasting chocolate bark is two ingredients, how great is that! That is exactly why i can make this nearly every day. We used to buy a peanut butter chocolate block, you know the ones you buy from the supermarket, the chocolate blocks and they are filled with a peanut butter filling inside? The brand we used to purchase seems to be no longer available in the PB and choc flavour or they're having a major shortage of peanut butter because we cannot see it on the shelves. That is when this bark comes in handy, plus it tastes 10x better than the bought one, now that is winning!
Vegan (if you choose to use vegan chocolate)
Major peanut butter cravings
Prepared in less than 10 minutes
I have nothing more to say than you have to pull out your cooking chocolate and crunchy peanut butter now and make this for yourself! Your family and friends will be demanding more of this chocolate peanut butter bark after they try it too. Now get over to that stove and start melting that chocolate and dolloping that peanut butter!
- 200g dark cooking chocolate block, broken into squares
- ¼ cup Mayvers crunchy peanut butter
- Line a large baking tray with parchment paper, set aside.
- In a double boiler, melt chocolate over medium heat. Stirring occasionally whilst it melts.
- Once completely melted, turn heat off.
- Gently pour chocolate onto prepared baking tray in a small round.
- Take a spatula or spoon and gently spread chocolate out until 3-5mm thick or until desired thickness.
- Dollop lines of peanut butter entirely over chocolate.
- Take a butter knife or skewer and gently swirl peanut butter through chocolate.
- Place tray into refrigerator to set for 1-2 hours or overnight.
- Once set, cut bark into shards with a sharp knife.
- Serve and Enjoy!
Ensure you have a wide enough baking tray so you can spread your chocolate out enough.
Add more or less peanut butter until your desired amount.