Tasty Tuesday: What to do with all that Almond Bark - Part 2

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I am finally making a dent on my almond bark supply and have eaten way to many chocolate covered pretzels doing it.  It sure has been tasty though.  If you are still wondering what to do with your almond bark stash here are a couple more recipes for you to consider.  Enjoy!

Chocolate Swirl Bark

Ingredients:
*One package white almond bark
*One package chocolate almond bark
*One 12 oz package of semi sweet chocolate chips
*One 12 oz package of white chocolate chips

Directions:

*Line a 9in. X 12in. cookie sheet with waxed paper or aluminum foil

*Place the chocolate almond bark and chocolate chips in your microwave safe bowl and microwave five minutes on high. Using your heat safe spatula, stir and microwave an additional 2 – 5 minutes until everything is completely melted.

*Pour the melted chocolate almond bark and chocolate chips onto your covered cookie sheet and spread with your spatula until smooth and level.

*In another microwave safe bowl, melt the white almond bark and white chocolate chips in the microwave for five minutes on high. Using your heat safe spatula, stir and microwave an additional 2 – 5 minutes until everything is completely melted.

*Dollop the white almond bark mixture on top of the chocolate mixture in the cookie sheet until all the chocolate is in the pan.


*Using your spatula, start to swirl the two mixtures together until it starts to look like marble and all the dollops are gone.



*Place in your refrigerator until the bark has hardened completely.

*Remove from the cookie sheet and peel off the waxed paper. Cut or break the Chocolate Swirl Bark with your hands and place it into storage containers or bags until ready to eat. Enjoy!


Peanut Butter Cracker Sandwich Cookies

Ingredients:
Creamy Peanut Butter
One Box of Buttery Round Crackers
One Package White Almond Bark
Sprinkles of your choosing

Directions:
*Spread the creamy peanut butter on half of the crackers and top them with the remaining crackers to make sandwiches.  Once all the sandwiches have been made, place them in the refrigerator to chill until you are ready to dip them in the almond bark.


*Using the microwave, melt the white almond bark in a microwave safe bowl, stirring every 2 minutes until fully melted. 


*Dip each of your sandwiches in one at a time using a fork to help shake off excess almond bark before carefully laying them onto wax paper. Once on the wax paper you can shake sprinkles on them while the almond bark is still soft.


*Store completely hardened sandwiches between layers of wax paper in cool, dry place, or refrigerate. They also freeze really well.

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Emily Elliott

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