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Harper’s Peanut Chocolate Bark

Hello food fans – have we got a treat for you! Thanks to Squiz Kids listener, Harper, this is an instalment of Rosie’s Recipes that is going to tick a lot of boxes. It’s sweet, it’s savoury. It involves two of my favourite food groups …. chocolate and peanut butter. And it’s super easy to prepare.

And the best bit? It’s super fancy. Like one of those wonderful chocolate treats you see at fancy restaurants.

Ingredients:

200g of chocolate
25g of peanut butter
100g of roasted salted peanuts
100g of pretzels

Method:

  1. Melt the chocolate 30 seconds at a time(stir it every 30 seconds)
  2. Take it out and stir the melted chocolate
  3. Line a tray with baking paper and spread a thin layer of chocolate on it( make sure only to use half)
  4. Let the chocolate to cool and then spread the peanut butter on it and spread the other half of the chocolate on top of that
  5. Sprinkle the peanut and pretzels on top and put it in the freezer
  6. Eat by itself or serve with ice-cream
My dad accidentally bought peanuts and cashews, but it was still really yummy. You won’t need to worry about saving any leftovers, because there won’t be any… My mum said it’s her favourite Rosie’s Recipe yet!

Rosie’s Tip of the Day:

You can melt your chocolate in the microwave in short bursts, or otherwise use a double boiler on the stove like I did. This helps you control the heat and not burn the chocolate.

Rosie’s Ratings:

Squaffability: 5/5
Bowl Lick-ability: 5/5
Kid Friendly Prep: 4/5 (you might need some adult help with the stove)
Chances Of It Not Being Eaten In One Sitting: 0/5

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