Mint Bark


I know I keep talking about edible gifts, and some of my suggestions might be a little time consuming for your taste.  Until now!  (Talking in my commercial voice again.)  Go to your nearest market, pick up some of these Nestle Dark Chocolate and Mint Morsels, and follow the recipe on the back for Mint Bark.  It honestly couldn't be easier.  In fact, I would like to challenge you to do it blind folded and drunk.  Ehhh, on second thought, there's an oven involved and I don't want to be sued.

Anyway, all you do is line the morsels on a foil-covered baking sheet and melt them in a 325 oven for 2 minutes.  They will hold their shape when you remove the pan, but all you do is take a knife or spatula and swirl the melty chips until they look all lovely and professional.

Pop in the fridge and then break apart once cooled.  You can add nuts but I didn't feel like it.  I wanted something that closely resembled an Andes Mint in taste, and they did.  

Easy Edible Gift - now you have no excuse.  Unless you're blindfolded and drunk, in which case, you should probably just do nothing at all.  


Heather Padilla Bifulco said...

Yay! Finally a fun, chocolately project I can do in the kitch with my little nephews that won't totally test their patience. Thank you:)

agalandherdog said...

This is my kind of recipe! Putting the morsels on my shopping list now!

Anonymous said...

Ack - I can't find these morsels ANYWHERE! 2 different grocery stores, Target and Wal-Mart were a bust. Apparently this deliciousness hasn't hit Massachusetts yet. :(


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