Cranberry and Pepita Bark

This is so easy! Also a great recipe for kids to help with as long as there’s supervision with the melting of the chocolate. The options are endless, you can really put anything you feel like on top. Crushed pretzels, all different types of salted nuts and dried fruits, crushed cookies, cereal, granola, crisp bacon…almost anything.

Cranberry and Pepita Bark

12 Squares of Dairy Free Chocolate (I use Baker’s Semi-Sweet – 1 1/2 boxes)

Pepitas (Small seeds from a pumpkin or squash that are toasted and salted)

Dried Cranberries

Chop the chocolate into smaller pieces. In a double boiler (or a glass bowl over a pan of lightly boiling water), add the chocolate and stir until melted and smooth.

Cover a baking sheet with parchment paper and pour the hot chocolate onto the parchment. Spread with a spoon. Sprinkle with seeds and dried fruit. Allow to set up completely before breaking into pieces and storing in an airtight container.

12 Comments on “Cranberry and Pepita Bark

    • So easy! It’s staring me down right now begging me to eat it. But I have gingerbread, sugar cookies, and coconut haystacks on the agenda for the day.


  1. Oh… I’m picturing little bits of these crumbled on top of frosted white cupcakes… aren’t I bad!? I’ll have to make this to give away, there’s still time!!


  2. Pingback: Twenty Nine Gluten Free & Dairy Free ~ Holiday Cookie & Candy Recipes | gluten free zen

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