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Dec 17

3-Ingredient Chocolate Bark (with a bunch of add-ins)

Hi you guys.
3-Ingredient #Vegan Chocolate Bark.  Totally customizable with your add-ins of choice!

I know I went a little cookie overboard last week with these, these and these.  But then, on Monday I shared a veggie recipe so now we can get back to chocolate.

Three ingredients to CHOCOLATE. 

Have you done it? Cocoa powder + coconut oil + honey.  That’s all you need and you have a deep, dark, angry chocolate…to add fake oreos to.  Or that’s what I did. 

3-Ingredient #Vegan Chocolate Bark.  Totally customizable with your add-ins of choice!

I felt like I made a trendily clean chocolate bar (pinterest would be proud)…but then I filled it with a bunch of stuff (pinterest would still be proud). 

For this bark I used Whole Foods ‘oreos’ because I got them for free a month or so ago.  While the ‘oreos’ are great with milk, they’re just kinda boring to eat for dessert even if you find the perfect amount of time to dunk the oreo in milk before eating.  And while the idea of making slutty brownies with them had crossed my mind, I think the pre-req for eating one of those things is the ability to do a pull-up.  And I can’t do a pull-up.

3-Ingredient #Vegan Chocolate Bark.  Totally customizable with your add-ins of choice!

So I added the ‘oreos’ to the chocolate mix and then was like, “why stop there?”

I was this close to adding white chocolate but that just seemed wrong.  Like adding curry powder to anything. 

You guys, I hate curry.  I’ve tried to like it.  But the flavor is just too busy.  I’m sure you have a curry recipe that is what dreams are made of.  Tell me about it so I can like curry too.

3-Ingredient #Vegan Chocolate Bark.  Totally customizable with your add-ins of choice!

Sans white chocolate, I raided my kitchen for other things to add in.  I went with pistachios, craisins and sliced almonds.  I debated driving to the grocery store to buy marshmallows but thought that would be ridiculous.  But then I was like, “what kind of person doesn’t have marshmallows in their house during hot chocolate season?”

But the real deciding factor was that I didn’t have gas in my car and would have had to stop by the gas station before the grocery store.  Way too much work. 

3-Ingredient #Vegan Chocolate Bark.  Totally customizable with your add-ins of choice!

The good thing about this chocolate is that it’s like zero work.  You need 3 ingredients for the chocolate part and then you just throw in whatever you have in your pantry.  What are you gonna add in? TELL ME.

3-Ingredient #Vegan Chocolate Bark.  Totally customizable with your add-ins of choice!

3-Ingredient Chocolate Bark
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Ingredients
  1. 1/3 cup coconut oil, melted
  2. 1/3 cup dark cocoa powder
  3. 3 tablespoons honey
  4. Add-ins: oreos, craisins, sliced almonds, pistachios
Instructions
  1. Line a loaf pan with wax paper. In a bowl, stir together coconut oil, cocoa powder and honey. Place a layer of your add-ins in the pan. Pour on the chocolate. Top with another layer of add-ins. Cover and freeze overnight. Slice and serve. Store in the freezer until ready to eat.
Notes
  1. This chocolate will melt if out of the freezer for more than 15 minutes! Best eaten ice cold straight from the freezer!
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3-Ingredient #Vegan Chocolate Bark.  Totally customizable with your add-ins of choice!

more chocolate coming your way Friday…and umm Monday.  {insert little monkey emoji covering his eyes HERE}.

17 comments on “3-Ingredient Chocolate Bark (with a bunch of add-ins)”

  1. this looks really good! i tried making some with melting chocolate but it wasnt smooth enough – maybe coconut oil will do :) cant wait to try it.

  2. Haha yes! Love that monkey emoji. And love this trashed up bark!

  3. I love your reasoning of not getting marshmallows because i have the same thought process! This looks delicious! I might have to quadruple the recipe because this won’t feed a party!

  4. YUM!! and so easy! I can’t wait to try it!

  5. Can I swear on your beautiful, classy, pristine blog? Can I*? Because holy sh*t this bark is unreal.

    *Sorry if you said no. I couldn’t contain myself :)

  6. Oh my gosh a recipe so simple that I don’t think even I will be able to mess it up! I am so excited right now!! It sounds delicious and I can’t wait to give it a try this afternoon. I needed something to take to a Christmas party and this sounds perfect! Thank you so much for the recipe!

    • Hey Libby! Hope you love the chocolate! Quick note…the chocolate does soften pretty quickly once you remove it from the freezer so it may not transfer well to a holiday party if it has to sit out for a while!

      • LOL I really wish I had read your comment last night or thought of this myself, but instead I found this out the hard way :) It is summer over here and really warm so by the time I got to the party it had changed from chocolate bark to one solid chocolate brick! Luckily I was early and noticed before I went in, so I was able to go pick something up from the store. I am going to my parents house this afternoon and my Dad and sister 1000% will not care what it looks like so at the end of the day it just means that they get an extra Christmas treat…and a super delicious one! I totally love the recipe thank you, but I think I will save it to have at home in the future! ;)

        • So sorry, Libby!!:/ I’m going to update the recipe with a note about the melting issue. Thanks for being putting a positive spin on the melted mess!

  7. We’d get along very well, you and me. Me: no gas in the car? ehhh I’ll just skip that errand for now till I absolutely have to go somewhere else that is near the gas station. Haha!

    Ok so serious question now. Because I want to make this. I have coconut oil, but I’ve never used it for food purposes. I use it for moisturizer and cuticle oil and stuff like that. Ok so I cannot stand the taste of coconut. Does coconut oil give this a coconutty flavor? If so is there something I could substitute?

    • LOL I think my laziness is getting worse with age.

      So I don’t think coconut oil adds a coconutty taste because the cocoa is so overwhelmingly chocolaty!

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  10. This sounds awesome! I’m looking forward to making some of my own. However, I do want to point out (and this may not be anything over which you have any control; I’m not sure how it all works) when you pin this to Pinterest, it says “vegan chocolate bark” in the auto-description and honey is not vegan. Could a vegan alternative (maple syrup, perhaps) be substituted?

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