Fruity Chocolate Bars

A very easy , beautiful and delicious snack and dessert that everyone would love it.

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The wonderful thing abut this chocolate bar recipe is that you just need chocolate bars ( dark milk or white) , dried fruits such as orange, kiwi, apple, apricot, dates….. and nuts such as walnuts, almond, pistachio, hazelnut, peanuts, cashew or seeds…. Or even biscuits.

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Ingredients

  • Chocolate : dark, white
  • Dried fruits

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Instructions

Chop t chocolate. Melt the chocolate over the hot water bath (Bain-marie) or in the microwave.

Line baking tray with parchment paper. Pour melted chocolate onto the tray,

Then scatter dried fruits on the melted chocolate. Place chocolate trays in the fridge to set and harden for 2 hours. Once the chocolate is completely dried, you will see that is very easy to remove the baking paper.

Now, it is the fun time, break and crack the big chocolate bar into smaller pieces and bits. , you can cut them into different sizes and keep them in a jar or box in a cold place for several days.

 

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Fruity Chocolate

Instructions

Chop the chocolate. Melt the chocolate over the hot water bath ( bain marie) or in the microwave.

Line baking tray with parchment paper. Pour melted chocolate onto the tray,

Then scatter dried fruits on the melted chocolate. Place chocolate trays in the fridge to set and harden for 2 hours. Once the chocolate is completely dried, you will see that is very easy to remove the baking paper. Now, it is the fun time, break and crack the big chocolate bar into smaller pieces and bits. , you can cut them into different sizes and keep them in a jar or box in a cold place for several days.

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