Move over toffee apples and make way for Bonfire Bark, a totally decadent chocolate bark recipe that’s perfect Bonfire Night food!
Oh it’s kinda a tradition now at our house to make up trays of this completely gorgeous chocolate pretzel bark recipe ready for Bonfire Night. It’s just so good!
Delicious swirls of chocolate sprinkled with salted pretzel pieces, bronze sugar crunch and edible glitter. It’s super delicious and perfect served at Bonfire Night as a little dessert recipe you can eat outdoors and hold in your hands as you watch the Bonfire burn and the fireworks bang!
You just can’t go wrong with a chocolate bark recipe, they’re super simple to make and you can decorate them so beautifully and tie them into any occasion you fancy, just by switching up what toppings you sprinkle on to the chocolate.
Chocolate Pretzel Bark Ingredients
- 200g Milk or Dark Chocolate
- 200g White Chocolate
- 1 Tube Orange Food Dye Paste/Gel
- 50g Salted Pretzels broken into pieces
- 2-3 Tbsp Gold or Bronze Cake Sprinkles
- 1-2 Tsp Edible Glitter
How to make chocolate bark
Just melt your chocolate, in bowls over pans of hot water.
I like to use two different types of chocolate, usually a milk chocolate and a white chocolate which I dye different colours to suit the occasion.
Just remember you need to use food dye gel or paste, not the liquid as it will spoil the chocolate.
Then pour onto a baking tray lined with greaseproof paper and sprinkle over your toppings.
All you need to do then is allow to set hard in the fridge then break it up to serve.
This is also a really nice edible gift to take to bonfire parties. Just break the bark into pieces and package in a small food bucket with baking paper.
Just how gorgeous does our chocolate bark look?!
Make Bonfire Bark Your Way
You could turn your bonfire bark into a firework explosion – use dark blue and violet food dye to colour the white chocolate and decorate with bright coloured stars and sprinkles sprinkled in swirling patterns.
More Bonfire Night Recipes to Try
- Homemade Toffee Apples – our super easy toffee apple recipe is perfect for Halloween and Bonfire Night parties.
- Bonfire Bangers – sticky marinated sausages served in brioche rolls make a great Bonfire Night party food, easy to make and delicious to eat.
- Loaded Skins – you can make up trays full of loaded potato skins really easily, they’re a good budget recipe for feeding a crowd and everyone loves a loaded skin!
Throwing a Bonfire Night party? They you’ll just love our collection of traditional Bonfire Night food here – from bangers and baked potatoes to warming cups of soup, parched peas and of course parkin and treacle toffee.
Loads more ideas for family celebrations here!
Chocolate Bark Recipe
- 200g milk or dark chocolate
- 200g white chocolate
- 1 tube orange food dye gel or 1 tsp food dye powder
- 50g salted pretzels broken up
- 2-3tsp gold or bronze cake sprinkles
- 2tsp edible glitter
- Line a baking tray with greaseproof paper
- Melt your chocolate in separate bowls over hot water – stir until melted and smooth
- Squeeze a blob of orange food dye into the white chocolate and stir to mix through
- Pour the chocolate onto the baking tray and swirl into each other with a fork
- Scatter over the pretzels and sprinkle over the sparkly decorations
- Leave to set in the fridge for at least a couple of hours before breaking up into pieces
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 197Total Fat: 10gSaturated Fat: 6gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 4gCholesterol: 10mgSodium: 90mgCarbohydrates: 23gFiber: 0gSugar: 18gProtein: 3g
Nutritional content will vary depending on the exact ingredients you use and how careful you are with measuring - this nutritional information is given as a general guide only and may not be accurate - you should always calculate your own n
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