Chocolate is my love language, so when I heard about this Christmas Bark, I just knew I had to try it. I love making holiday candies, so I knew this one had to be on my list this year.
I love making simple and delicious treats to take to neighbors, and that’s exactly what this Christmas Bark is. It is easy to make, and tastes amazing.
If you are looking to start a new holiday tradition, I highly recommend making this Christmas Bark, a part of it.
the story behind the bark
In honor of of our cookbook, 12 Days of Christmas with Six Sisters? Stuff, we hosted a recipe contest to find YOUR favorite holiday recipes.
After a lot of baking, cooking and sampling we have chosen 12 of our reader’s favorite recipes. Thanks to everyone who participated
Today we are featuring the Christmas Bark Recipe from Maria Loving. Maria has been making this recipe for at least 10 years.
Maria makes gift bags filled with the bark for teachers, co-workers and friends at Christmas, and she says once they taste it, they can’t get enough.
She makes almost 18 batches each year just to meet the demands.
what could I use instead of saltine crackers?
This recipe is best with saltine crackers, however, if you don’t have any on hand, or don’t like saltine crackers, you can substitute them.
I have made this recipe, multiple times using graham crackers. It is just as delicious, if not more. It is also just as easy to make and full of delicious and sweet flavor.
The saltines give it a little sweet and salty taste, but the graham crackers just make it that much sweeter. Both are delicious, and would work just the same.
what could i sprinkle on it, if i don’t like nuts?
I love a good garnish on my desserts. They add just a small hint of taste or texture to dessert, as well as a better presentation.
I love making this with candy cane bits, nuts, Oreo bits, gingersnap crumbles, white chocolate drizzle, or even saltine cracker crumbles for a little extra taste of savory.
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We love Christmas candies and chocolates, so we wanted to share another simple and delicious candy recipe with you.
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Christmas Bark Recipe
- 40 saltine crackers (one sleeve)
- ½ cup brown sugar
- 1 cup butter
- 6 ounces chocolate chips (1 bag)
- chopped nuts
- Melt butter and brown sugar, stirring until bubbly and boiling
- On a parchment paper-lined sheet, lay the saltines in rows with the crackers toughing
- Pour the butter and brown sugar mixture over the crackers
- Bake at 350 degrees for 10 minutes or until golden brown
- Sprinkle chocolate chips over the crackers.
- Put the pan back in the oven for a minute or two, to melt the chocolate chips
- Frost the crackers with the melted chocolate
- Sprinkle with the chopped nuts.Refrigerate until hard and then break into small pieces.
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