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White Chocolate Gingersnap Bark

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Kick up your holidays with this sweet and spicy White Chocolate Gingersnap Bark!

White Chocolate Gingersnap Bark

And with only two ingredients this bark could not be easier! So if you’re short on time and need of a scrumptious treat, you have got to try this simple White Chocolate Gingersnap Bark. And even better – no baking required.

You start by melting creamy white chocolate then add in some chopped gingersnap cookies, let the confection harden, and voila, you’ve got a candy goodie ready for everyone to enjoy.

Now I have made all kinds of “bark” in my day, but this recipe by far is the easiest. And the flavors are reminiscent of the holidays. If you are considering baking and decorating a gingerbread house (which I have done my fair share of and I don’t really like doing!) you might want to reconsider! This bark is much easier, less stressful, and the combination of cool creamy chocolate surrounded by warm crunchy gingersnaps is simply divine!

You see, I’m all about staying stress-free over the holidays (or at least I really try), and this recipe is so simple, it will not even feel like you’re going to any trouble to create a wonderful sweet.

White Chocolate Gingersnap Bark

White Chocolate Gingersnap Bark

3 packages (11 oz. each) Ghirardelli Premium White Chips
20 gingersnap cookies

Get out a rimmed 11×13-inch non-stick baking pan. If you do not have a non-stick pan, line with wax paper.

Into a medium bowl, break up the cookies and set aside.

Place chips in a double boiler over gently simmering (not boiling) water. If you do not have a double boiler, you can use a glass bowl over a pot. Stir chips until melted. Take care in not over heating the white chocolate or it could break. As well, you can also melt the chips in a microwave according to the package directions.

When chocolate is melted, remove from heat and add cookies. Stir until combined. Pour into pan and put in refrigerator for 2 hours or until set. Remove and slide bark out of tray. Slice with knife or use your hands to break up.

White Chocolate Gingersnap Bark

May you spend precious time with your families and friends over the holidays — and don’t forget to surprise them with some snappy White Chocolate Gingersnap Bark!

Merry Christmas!

Sheila

 

 

{recipe adapted from Bran Appetit}

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4 thoughts on “White Chocolate Gingersnap Bark

  1. wonderful, love the background plate-gorgeous! and how you stacked them up on top of one another again. Love,Mom xxx

  2. So perfect for Christmas–Happy Holidays! 🙂

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