Canada Day/4th of July Chocolate Bark

Canada Day/4th of July Chocolate Bark
Credit: Life is a Party

Canada Day;
2 cups White Chocolate Wafers
1 cup Red Chocolate Wafers
1 tbsp White Sprinkles
1 tbsp Red Sprinkles
White & Red M&M’s

4th of July;
1 cup Red Chocolate Wafers
1 cup White Chocolate Wafers
1 cup Blue Chocolate Wafers
1 tbsp Red Sprinkles
1 tbsp White Sprinkles
1 tbsp Blue Sprinkles
Red, White, & Blue M&M’s

• Put Red & Blue, (or Red, Blue & White), chocolate Wafers, into separate bowls, all being microwave safe, heat for about 1 min (try stirring after 40 seconds to see how much more melting you need) When completely melted, put to the side, until all your colors are melted.
• Put a sheet of parchment paper on a cookie sheet, and scoop out White & Red, (or Red, White & Blue), chocolate into colored strips. Leave approx a tbsp of each color in there bowls. SEE NOTES.
• Take a spoon, and on an angle, run the spoon through the chocolate colored strips, horizontally, then vertically. (Making a nice swirl of colors pattern). Take any of the leftover melted colored chocolate, and drizzle them over top of your swirled colored strips. Until all your melted colored chocolate is on the parchment paper.
• Take Red, and White, (or Red, White, & Blue) colored sprinkles, and sprinkle them over top of your chocolate.
• Take your Red, and White, (or Red, White, and Blue) M&M’s and sprinkle or place them on top of the chocolate.
• Put cookie sheet of chocolate in freezer, until frozen (approx 10-15 minutes), break into bite sized pieces.
• Serve/Enjoy.

MenuDuet’s Notes: In the picture displayed;

-Chocolate Wafers, are just Chocolate Buttons, you can also just use White Chocolate, the use Red, (or Red & Blue) Food Coloring.

-We like to save some of the colors, to put on top, or the color strips.

As most of you know, we recently had Canada Day, (and today is also the 4th of July), so we thought we’d share something chocolatey for the occasions. We are Canadian, so at first, we were just making the chocolate bark for Canada Day, but as well were making it, we quickly realized how you could easily turn this into a fourth of July recipe!
(Unfortunately I didn’t have any blue products, but I wrote it how you could easily change the recipe to achieve it!)

It’s chocolate, it tastes like chocolate, and it looks like chocolate, so of course its good, it may be a little sweet for some, since we the recipe uses white chocolate, and not everyone is fond of it, but the milk chocolate M&M’s and the sprinkles, counter the taste perfectly. We will definitely be doing something like this around Christmas… but with Candy Canes!

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