Peanut Butter Chocolate Bark TrianglesFrom image 8 years ago
- 10 oz bittersweet (not unsweetened) or semi-sweet chocolate, coarsely chopped shopping list
- 6 oz. good quality white chocolate, coarsely chopped shopping list
- 1/2 c creamy peanut butter (do not use old fashioned or ground) shopping list
- 1/3 c chopped lightly salted cocktail peanuts shopping list
- 1 3/4 c chopped peanut brittle or Skor Bar chips shopping list
- 8 oz. good quality milk chocolate (such as Ghiradelli) coarsely chopped shopping list
How to make it
- Turn large baking sheet upside down. Cover tightly with foil. Mark 12"x9" rectangle on foil. Stir bittersweet chocolate in med. metal bowl set over saucepan of barely simmering water (do not allow the bottom of the bowl to touch the water) until mixture is melted and candy thermometer registers 115 F. Remove from over water. Spoon 2 T into small metal bowl and set aside. Pour remaining melted chocolate onto marked rectangle on foil. Using icing spatula, spread to fill rectangle. Refrigerate.
- Stir chopped white chocolate and pb constantly over med.low heat until melted and smooth. Remove from heat. Mix in nuts. Cool mixture to barely lukewarm, about 10 min. Pour over chocolate mixture in fridge. Working quickly, spread to cover bittersweet choc. completely. Sprinkle with 3/4 cup of the peanut brittle (or Skor chips). Chill until very firm, about 30 min.
- Stir milk choc in med. metal bowl over saucepan of water (again don't let bowl touch the water) until chocolate is melted and candy thermometer registers 115 F. Remove from over water. Pour chocolate over brittle, spreading quickly to cover. Sprinkle with 1 c brittle (or Skor chips). Rewarm the reserved 2 T bittersweet choc. over simmering water, stirring until warm. Dip spoon in chocolate and drizzle lines over brittle. Chill bark until firm enough to cut, about 20 minutes.
- Lift foil with bark onto work surface. You can cut into precise squares or break into different sized pieces.
- (Can be made 2 weeks ahead. Chill in airtight container. Let stand at room temp. at least 30 min and up to 1 hr. before serving.)
The Cookimage Halifax, CA
The Rating2 people
Yum! Wow does this ever sound so good..with the peanut butter, two diff. kinds of chocolate and the peanut brittle..Im on a sugar high right now! I love your idea of making this up at Christmas time for gifts..homemade treats are the best! Thanks ...moremichellem in Idaho loved it
I am on a peanut butter - skor search....can you tell?! lol YUMMYjett2whit in Union City loved it
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