Spiced Caramel Chocolate Bark #Choctoberfest

Spiced Caramel Chocolate Bark

Summer weather seemed to drag on forever this year, but it is finally fall. That took forever, didn’t it? I don’t know about you, but was over the super hot and humid days, so I’m glad we’re now in the 50s and 60s.

(Though I will say… it can stay in this temperature range. I don’t need it to suddenly jump to below freezing temps!)

Spiced Caramel Chocolate Bark

My favorite fall flavors are the warm spices such as nutmeg and ginger. I’m not a huge fan of pumpkin spice lattes, but I wanted to include those same flavors in a quick and easy chocolate recipe for #Choctoberfest this year. One of our sponsors, Forte Chocolates, sent me some delicious milk chocolate bars, so why not a delicious chocolate bark, filled with all of the lovely warm spices of fall and some bits of caramel for good measure?

Spiced Caramel Chocolate Bark with Forte Chocolate

For this recipe, I recommend a very high quality chocolate, like Forte’s bars, so you get a smooth finish. Whenever you’re making bark, high-quality chocolate is very important for a yummy final product. You could easily use one of Forte’s white or dark chocolate bars instead of milk.

Or why not try all three? Right now, Forte is having a great deal! UseĀ CHOCTOBERFEST2018 at checkout to get a FREE chocolate bar for every 3 you buy!

Here’s the printable recipe. Scroll down to get more yummy chocolate recipes being posted today for #Choctoberfest.

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Spiced Caramel Chocolate Bark

A fall-themed bark featuring caramel and warm fall spice in a delicious milk chocolate.

Ingredients

  • 3-4 ounces Forte milk chocolate
  • 6 caramels
  • 1/8 teaspoon ginger powder
  • 1/8 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice
  • 1 Tablespoon fall sprinkles

Instructions

  1. Cut the caramels into quarters.

  2. Melt the chocolate in a double boiler, stirring carefully to avoid burning.

  3. Stir pumpkin pie spice and ginger into the chocolate and pour onto a silicone mat.

  4. Sprinkle evenly with caramels and sprinkle

  5. Allow to cool and harden before breaking into pieces.


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Jessica is a co-founder here at The PinterTest Kitchen. She also works doing graphic design and marketing for Pine Creek Structures and does freelance graphic work in her free time.

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