Nostalgia is a frequent sentiment around the holidays. And one bite of this Orange Chocolate Bark will result in immediate nostalgia.
You’ll feel like a kid again, enjoying this fresh take on the Chocolate Orange. And there is no need to whack your chocolate on the table first.
This Orange Chocolate Bark features white chocolate drizzled with orange oil flavored dark chocolate, and topped with chunks of orange slices. The flavor and the texture of this bark is filling my holiday spirit!
And it doesn’t scream CHRISTMAS, so it feels okay to enjoy it in November.
If you’re new to working with chocolate, using a compound chocolate is a good choice for beginning. Learn more about compound chocolate here. Our favorite compound chocolate is VanLeer Snaps. Shop here.
And one more bit of advice, take care to only use Orange Oil when flavoring your chocolate. Using a water based flavoring will result in seized chocolate. This is our favorite Orange Oil.
Orange Chocolate Bark
Nostalgia is a frequent sentiment around the holidays. And one bite of this Orange Chocolate Bark will result in immediate nostalgia. This Orange Chocolate Bark features white chocolate drizzled with orange oil flavored dark chocolate, and topped with chunks of orange slices.
- 5 cups white melting chocolate
- 1 cup dark melting chocolate
- 1/4 tsp orange oil
- 3 cups orange slices, chopped
Line a sheet pan with a piece of parchment paper.
In a microwave safe bowl, melt white chocolate in 30 second increments, stirring between.
When chocolate is melted, add orange oil and stir.
Pour white chocolate into the sheet pan and spread evenly.
Working quickly, melt dark chocolate and drizzle over the white chocolate. Swirl with a toothpick.
Top with chopped orange slices while the chocolate is still soft and wet.
Let cool completely.
Break apart with a knife or bench scraper.
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Watch Heather make this chocolate bark on Studio5! Visit this link!