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I like it when I can take a homemade treat to a party and people are really impressed by it, but in reality it’s so simple that literally anyone can make it. This Almond Joy chocolate bark is exactly that. It’s broken into uneven pieces so it’s not super fancy, kind of rustic even. It can also be considered healthier than other things as it doesn’t have flour or tons of extra sugar. If you eat a mostly Paleo diet, but want something sweet, this could be a good choice.
I made mine with toasted almonds, coconut, and a bit of course sea salt , but you could add almost anything you want here: nuts, dried fruit, pretzels, M&M’s, or all of the above.
It’s pretty easy, but when you’re melting chocolate, things can go wrong. Make sure your bowl is completely dry before you start, and don’t melt it on high heat, and stir often through the melting process.
Once you’re done, break it into pieces, and store in the fridge until you’re ready to eat it. That’s about it.