Recipe by NESTLE® TOLL HOUSE®
"What a refreshing way to enjoy the decadent duo of mint and chocolate. Swirling dizzying designs adds some artistic flair, and fun, to this unforgettable treat."
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1 2/3 cups
NESTLE® TOLL HOUSE® Dark Chocolate & Mint Morsels
coarsely chopped oven-roasted or toasted almonds
Tastes great. I feel the pan size listed is a little too big and spreads it too thin. Go with the next smallest size down.
It can't possibly get any easier than this. I had a bag of Andes Creme de Menthe baking chips floating around and I didn't know what to do with it. I did an ingredient search and landed on this recipe. I didn't get the color effect because the Andes mints are a bit different than the Nestle morsels. However, it was absolutely delicious and super easy. I'll make these again and again.
I wanted to make a bark with green mint and Andes mints so I borrowed this recipe and ti came out beautifully! I use Semi Sweet chocolate for the base and crushed cookies in the base then took white morsels and colored them and added mint and swirled it into the dark layer. I topped the whole bark with Andes mints that I chopped up and when the chocolate was cooling, I pressed them onto the top. It came out delicious! I will try nuts next time. :)
This is my kind of recipe -- insanely easy yet makes an impressive gift. I found it was easier to just eyeball the amount of chips I used to fit my pan size. I just dumped them on and spread them out until they covered the surface in a uniform, flat layer. I put a layer of foil on my pan first, then parchment paper. When I didn't have enough chips to cover the whole pan, I just bent up the foil to make a smaller area. When you're swirling the chips, be sure to get the tip of your swirling implement (I used a wooden kebab skewer--worked great) all the way down to the parchment paper. If you just try to swirl on the surface the bottom will look blobby after it hardens. Also, I used chopped up mint Oreos to sprinkle over the top. It tastes great with the cookies! I can't wait to try this with other types and colors of chips. I gave this as part of my Christmas treats this year, and people were raving about it.
Easy & good. Love the mint flavor.
Easy recipe and still tasted very good but my bark came out all 1 color not swirled with green. I use the dark chocolate and mint morsels. I don't know if I swirled the chocolate too much but needed to do this to get the chocolate to melt. Any suggestions?
I've made this 2 years in a row with my christmas baking. I like it, but my friend LOVES it and can eat a whole batch to herself! My 4yo likes it a lot too!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Magic Mint Chocolate Bark
Serving Size: 1/9 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 9
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 117
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