Chocolate Strawberry Caramel Bark

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Strawberry season is coming! Pretty soon, the roadside stands will be popping up near our home and I’ll be stopping by every couple days to pick up another flat. Our kids go through strawberries like they’re going out of style! 

This recipe would be wonderful for a special occasion, a romantic evening with your soulmate, or just for dessert on a regular night! 

Chocolate Strawberry Caramel Bark
 
Decadent, but simple. This Chocolate Strawberry Caramel Bark is delightful!
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Ingredients
Instructions
  1. In a saucepan, combine the butter, maple syrup, coconut milk and salt and cook over medium-high heat.
  2. Cook until it reaches 225-230 degrees on a candy thermometer. Note: Sometimes the temp may not be exact--you want the caramel to be at a thick "glue" texture, not runny.
  3. While that's cooking, melt the chocolate chips in a double boiler.
  4. Pour into an 8x8 glass pan with parchment paper on the bottom, spreading evenly.
  5. Cut tops off strawberries and slice thin, then layer on top of the chocolate:
  6. Once the caramel is done, drizzle over the chocolate and strawberries.
  7. Place in fridge to chill for at least an hour, until hardened.
  8. Cut or break pieces off and enjoy!
Notes
For best results, store in refrigerator.

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  1. Julie Rider says

    I made your straw Carmel choc bark and I cooked the Carmel mixture to 225 deg but it never hardened…some soft and gooey and some liquid?? Please advise!

    • says

      Hi, Julie! I’m sorry to hear this. Caramel is a finicky thing–unfortunately, candy thermometers can vary just as oven temps can. The more important thing to do is pay attention to the consistency. You want the caramel to be at a thick “glue” like texture before you remove it, not runny. It usually takes me about 20-25 minutes to get it to that consistency. Again, I’m sorry yours didn’t turn out well! I hope that helps!

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