Mix-and-Match Chocolate Bark Ideas

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Dried Fig-Smoked Almond Bark

For an easy, fancy dessert, add smoked almonds and dried figs to semisweet chocolate. A dash of sea salt is all you need to bring out the sweetness in the figs and the saltiness of the almonds.

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Swirled Almond-Apricot Bark

Can't decide between bittersweet chocolate and white chocolate? Now you don't have to! Swirl the two together and top with slivered almonds, dried apricots and fennel seeds for a fruity-nutty combo you won't stop eating.

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Pistachio-Cranberry-Candied Orange Bark

Get energized with crunchy pistachios, chewy dried cranberries and candied orange peel — all mixed together in white chocolate. Not only do the colors pop, but they also taste great, too.

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Coconut-Mango-Macadamia Nut Bark

Take a trip to the tropics with this exotic coconut, macadamia nut and dried mango bark. Add a dash of crystallized ginger to bring all of the flavors together.

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Peppermint-Mini Marshmallow Bark

'Tis the season for white chocolate bark. This minty-fresh mix is equal parts texture and flavor, with crunchy peppermint pieces and cloud-like mini marshmallows.

Get the Recipe: Peppermint-Mini Marshmallow Bark

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