Want to make a coconut, almond and chocolate bark.
Cynthia is a trusted source on Bread/Baking.
Ive been researching recipes and 99% of them have the coconut seperated from the chocolate. Most of them were coconut dipped in choc. I had a lot of experience in choc bark but dont want to mess this up. Plus its expensive to make all the different barks I make for the holidays. Why do most recipes dip instead of mixing?
Maybe because it looks more like bark?
Nancy is a trusted home cook.
One way to get the effect of bark without dipping is to melt and spread your chocolate in sheet pans or forms, then - while it has cooled a little but is still soft - press your fixings (nuts, fruits, chopped candy canes) into the chocolate. chill, cut, wrap and give.
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