Chocolate Raspberry Bark is an easy two ingredient recipe!
Chocolate bark recipes are some of my favorite recipes. They are easy to make and pretty much everyone loves them.
Today I am sharing one of our new favorites which is chocolate raspberry bark.
When I was shopping a few months ago I saw a bag of chocolate raspberry bark for a crazy high price. I looked at the bag, read the ingredients, and knew I could easily make a homemade version because it was basically dried raspberries and chocolate.
I had some freeze dried raspberries at home so I gave it a try. I melted chocolate, stirred in freeze dried raspberries, and spread them on a cookie sheet that had been lined with parchment paper. I refrigerated it until firm and broke it into bite sized pieces.
It turned out great. My family loved it. I have made it several more times and knew that I needed to share it with you.
The recipe is below, but it isn’t a recipe you have to follow exactly. You can use whatever chocolate you want to use. We like semi sweet or dark chocolate. You can also vary the amount of dried raspberries that you use. You can’t really mess this recipe up.
I love how easy this recipe is with only two ingredients, but I also love that it is a semi healthy dessert. It is not exactly healthy, but it is healthier than a big piece of cake or a bowl of ice cream. It is just chocolate and raspberries. A little bit satisfies a craving for something sweet or at least it does for me.
If you want an easy dessert give this a try!
Easy two ingredient dessert!
- 2 cups semi sweet chocolate or dark chocolate
- 3/4 cup freeze dried raspberries If the raspberry pieces are large I crush them slightly.
Line a cookie sheet or jelly roll pan with a silicone mat or parchment paper. Set aside.
In a microwave safe bowl melt chocolate. Cooking at 50% power and stirring every 30 seconds until melted.
Stir in dried raspberries.
Spread chocolate mixture out onto silicone mat or parchment paper.
Refrigerate until firm.
Break into pieces and store in the refridgerator until ready to serve.