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Leftover Valentine Candy Bark

Candy Bark

The Valentine’s candy situation is a tad out of control around here so I am making candy bark today to get rid of it. Making candy bark is a popular and easy way to use up leftover candy. It is like consolidating all the pieces of junk into one giant junk bar. I plan to send this bark to my husband’s office and distribute to friends so it’s out of my house, since I usually take about three bites and am over and done with it. Here is how you can make this fun bark for your family — then say goodbye to this candy holiday!

Valentine Candy Bark

16 oz. (1 lb)  Semisweet chocolate chips

2 c. chopped Valentine’s and/or peanuts

1. Line a small rimmed baking sheet with aluminum foil and set aside. Make sure it is the right size for your freezer.

2. In a heatproof bowl over simmer water melt the chocolate chips until completely liquid. Pour onto the aluminum foil lined pan and spread with a spatula until 1/8”³ thick.

3. Scatter on the chopped candies and nuts. Place pan in the freezer until chocolate is completely solid. Break into bite-size pieces and serve.

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