Chocolate Bark

Autumn Chocolate BarkLet’s make some seasonal chocolate bark and recreate all the colors of autumn! Made with white chocolate and plant-based dye-free color, these chocolates are a sweet treat without all the junk artificial food coloring. Want in on a secret for how we got those golden hues? It’s just some nutrient dense turmeric! We’re all for coloring our foods with nature’s rainbow of colors. Ditch the Red40 (and every other number) and make these instead!
Seashore Chocolate BarkWhile in Hawaii, we snorkeled with sea turtles and saw magnificent fish of every color in the rainbow, and we knew we had to recreate that image with a fun snack activity! Made with white chocolate, plant-based food color, and some crushed graham crackers, we brought some aloha back with us to NY!
Fireworks Chocolate BarkShort on time but still want a festive treat this Memorial Day or Fourth of July? I got you. Just melt some white chocolate, add in plant based blue and red, and swirl together. We added in some dye free candies and stars to make it extra festive.
Shamrock Chocolate BarkLet’s make Shamrock Chocolate Bark in honor of St. Paddy’s Day! 🍀 All you need is white chocolate with some coconut oil so it spreads smoothly, pretzel twists (we used cauliflower pretzels), and dye-free green sprinkles on top. "Wherever you go, whatever you do, may the luck of the Irish be there with you!"
Frozen Yogurt BarkFrozen yogurt bark is a great healthy snack option or breakfast all year-round. Perfect for baby-led weaning, toddlers, kids, and adults alike, this no-bake frozen treat is enjoyed straight out of the freezer. Protein packed Greek yogurt (coconut milk yogurt also works if vegan) is naturally sweetened with honey or pure maple syrup and then mixed in with nutritious fresh fruit! The best part is that this treat is such a fun snack activity where children can let their imaginations run wild... there are endless flavor options depending on what toppings you want to add to the yogurt mixture!