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With layers of milk and white chocolate covered in crushed candy canes, mint chocolate biscuits and Lindor truffles, this bark is easy and tastes great!

Candy Cane Truffle Bark

This Candy Cane Truffle Bark is so fun and would make the perfect gift this Christmas! With layers of milk and white chocolate covered in crushed candy canes, mint chocolate biscuits and Lindor truffles, it's so easy and tastes great!
Prep Time 4 hours
Total Time 4 hours
Servings 12

Ingredients

  • 10 oz (285g) milk chocolate, melted
  • 10 oz (285g) white chocolate, melted
  • 1/2 cup (90g) crushed Candy canes, measured after crushing
  • 1 tbsp holiday sprinkles/sugar pearls
  • 1/2 cup (100g) Lindor truffles, crushed
  • 3/4 cup (70g) Mint Chocolate biscuits, crushed (Fox's, Oreo's - whichever is your favourite)

Instructions

  1. Line a large baking tray, then pour your melted milk chocolate onto it. Spread into a thin, even layer. You want it just under 1/4 inch thick. Leave to set completely, you may need to place it in the fridge for it to harden properly.
  2. Once set, pour your melted white chocolate over the milk chocolate and spread until you have entirely covered the milk chocolate.
  3. Ensure you have measured your toppings after crushing, then sprinkle candy canes all over the melted white chocolate. Follow this with the holiday sugar pearls/sprinkles.
  4. Finish off by crumbling the smashed Lindor truffles and crushed biscuit pieces. Press toppings into the chocolate ever so slightly, so they don't fall off.
  5. Leave to set completely (again you may want to put it in the fridge for 30 minutes) before breaking into 12-14 pieces.
  6. Bark will keep in an airtight container, at room temperature, for 5 days.

Recipe Notes

*A note about crushing Lindor truffles - it's messy. You might want to wear gloves. I put my unwrapped truffles into a medium sized bowl and then smashed them up with the end of a rolling pin, since the filling is kind of wet, it will clump together, but you just have to rub it between your fingers to crumble it over the bark! Recipe by Annie of Annie's Noms