Candy Cane Bark- so easy and pretty.

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Excuse the photo, I am practising and want a record to see how I improve and I actually rather like it.

Miss Muffin has a bring a plate lunch at school tomorrow. I know this phrase doesn’t cross cultures, it means you take a plate of food to share with a crowd. As it is coming up to Christmas we decided to do something different and Candy Cane Bark was chosen. There are pictures of this all over Pinterest and it is easy, very easy. It looks really good and has made enough to share with a class of kids,  My head is now thinking of what other mixes I could do, my pick would be dried cherry and pistachio with dark chocolate.

Candy Cane Bark- Muffinmum.com

  • Servings: enough to go around a group
  • Time: to melt and mix, 20 mins, cooling- 1 1/2 hours
  • Difficulty: easy
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250g bar of milk chocolate

250g bar of white chocolate

150g packet of candy canes (around 10)

Line a baking tin with baking paper , we used a 34cm x 24cm

Put unwrapped canes in a bag and break up using a hammer

Break the milk chocolate up into a glass bowl, place over a saucepan of boiling water and gently melt, stirring occasionally

Plop onto the centre of the lined tin and move the tin around so it spreads, I used a spatular to help

Repeat with the white and plop that on top of the milk

Use the end of a spoon to create swirls

Scatter candy cane pieces over the top

Chill on side until cool and then refrigerate for1 1/2 hours, break into pieces

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