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Homemade Chocolate Bark

Paleo Gluten-Free Chocolate Bark- with Dairy Free Option

  • Author: Tina Turbin


Easiest recipe ever! So fun and kids also love to make this, even husbands or boyfriends. It is a very rewarding recipe! It comes with fruit and nut options. Let your imagination run wild! Paleo, Dairy-Free, Gluten-Free, Nut-Free, Sugar-Free, Vegan and Keto Approved!


  • 16 ounces dark chocolate (I prefer 88%) or make your own totally sugar-free
  • 21/2 cups of any combination: dried fruits of all shapes and sizes, nuts of various sizes and shapes
  • OPTIONAL: Salt, chipotle, herbs and spices
  • OPTIONAL: You may use Enjoy Life Dark Chocolate Chunks for dairy, nut and soy free options.
  • NOTE: Brazil nuts are too large unless chopped, and I recommend chopping macadamia nuts.


  1. Line a Pyrex dish or a cookie sheet with thick tin foil: 11 x 7 for thicker bark or 9 x 13 for thinner bark.
  2. Prepare the fruit of your choice by cutting or leaving whole and set aside – variety adds eye appeal.
  3. Prepare the nuts and cut or leave whole – remember variety adds eye appeal.
  4. Melt the chocolate over a double boiler or carefully in your microwave until creamy and wet/pourable. If using your microwave please be sure and do so in increments of 15 seconds and stir between. You can easily ruin your chocolate in the microwave.
  5. Pour the chocolate immediately over the tin foil evenly using a spatula to help get it all out.
  6. Arrange the fruits and nuts on your chocolate bark in whatever way you wish, or just toss it all on and let it land where it will.
  7. Refrigerate for 1 hour or leave at room temperature (if cool) for a few hours.
  8. Once hardened, break up into pieces.
  9. Enjoy!


Add salt, chipotle, spices and herbs at any stage of this – even right after melting, but pour into foil right away!

I love to add course salt on half my chocolate to allow options.

Makes for a terrific gift!

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