Chocolate Lovers Bark

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Chocolate Lovers Chocolate Bark recipe;  This krispie-treat like bark uses Cocoa Pebbles and chocolate cookies, a chocolate lovers dream come true!

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What’s your favorite breakfast cereal?  If you’re anything like me, there’s the diplomatic, grown-up, adult answer, and then there’s the real answer.

If anyone asks, my favorite cereal is Honey Bunches of Oats.  It’s not as adult as Grape Nuts or Shredded Wheat, but it’s also not geared toward children, it’s suitably respectable, a safe answer.

But the real answer is Peanut Butter Cap’n Crunch.  There’s just no way to sit in a room of adults and say the words “Peanut Butter Cap’n Crunch is my favorite!” without sounding like a 5 year old.  I should really just have these conversations with 5 year olds, to make myself look better.

But I digress.

I also love chocolate cereals, mostly because they turn your milk to chocolate milk.  Did I mention I’m not a fan of milk?  Chocolate milk is okay, though.  In fact, chocolate cereal milk is the only acceptable cereal milk.

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So, here’s what you need to do.  Step One: Head over to your local Walgreens to purchase some Pebbles.  You can choose Fruity or Cocoa Pebbles, it’s really up to you.  Get one of each if you want.

Or do what I did and stock up on the chocolate variety so you can look forward to eating like a 5 year old for days.

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Step Two: You’re going to need a few more things, namely wafer cookies, chocolate chips, white chocolate, and some chocolate Oreos.

Step Three: Spend approximately 10 minutes putting this deliciously chocolate treat together, and another hour staring at the fridge, and wiping drool from your face while you wait for the bark to set.

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Honestly, this whole thing is super duper easy.  I melted about 8 oz. almond bark (you could also use a bag of white chocolate chips) and stirred in the Cocoa Pebbles, chopped up wafer cookies, and chopped up chocolate Oreos.  I spread it out on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper.  I put that in the fridge while I worked on the second layer.

The second layer is melted chocolate chips.  Just pour it on the first layer and spread it right to the edges.  Press in more chopped cookies and Pebbles cereal and pop it back in the fridge.

It takes a while to set.  Try to be patient.  Maybe start a conversation with a 5 year old while you wait.

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When it comes out, cut it into pieces, whatever shape and size you like.  I chose triangles, and I ended up with about 15 of them.

If you don’t share, (or even probably if you do) it might just get you through a serious chocolate emergency.

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Chocolate Lovers Bark
 
A chocolate no-bake crispy bark.
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Category: Desserts
Ingredients
  • 8 oz. almond bark or 1 bag white chocolate chips
  • 1½ cups Post Cocoa Pebbles Cereal
  • 6 chocolate wafer cookies
  • 6 chocolate filled Oreo cookies
  • 1 bag (10 oz.) dark chocolate chips
Instructions
  1. Chop the almond bark and place in a bowl. Microwave in 30 second intervals, stirring between each, until completely melted.
  2. Roughly chop 3 wafer cookies and 3 Oreo cookies.
  3. Mix chopped cookies and Cocoa Pebbles into the melted almond bark. Spread mixture as thinly as you can on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Place in the fridge to chill while you do the next step.
  4. Melt chocolate chips in the microwave in 30 second intervals, stirring between each. Once completely melted, spread over the chilled almond bark mixture, using a knife or offset spatula to spread chocolate to the edges.
  5. Roughly chop remaining wafer and Oreo cookies, and sprinkle them over the chocolate layer. Gently press the pieces into the chocolate. Sprinkle with more Cocoa Pebbles.
  6. Place in the fridge, and chill for at least 1 hour, until completely set.
  7. Cut into pieces, whatever shape and size you prefer.

If you enjoy this recipe, you might also enjoy:

Pebbles Fruity Fun Cupcakes from Simply Clarke
Healthful Pebbles Granola Bars from Pint Sized Baker
Fruity Pebbles Parfait from Sunny With a Chance of Sprinkles
Cocoa Pebbles Dirt Pudding from Alida’s Kitchen

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Comments

  1. Looks at all of those chunks of chocolaty goodness! Yum! My grown up favorite cereal is old-fashioned oatmeal, but my real favorite is Reese’s Peanut Butter Puffs. :)

  2. This bark looks like heaven on a plate!!! I love all of the neat ingredients to make this chocoholic’s dream dessert!!!

  3. Spotted this beauty on Pinterest and pinned it immediately. This is my idea of dessert heaven!

  4. I’ve been dreaming of this bark since yesterday – love it so much!

  5. This is so fun, Jen! I’m not even a chocolate-lover but I’d love to have a taste. Sometimes I do just get that craving! :-)

  6. I’m not sure I can even put into words how amazing this is!

  7. Stumbled by your post today and oh my! I cannot bare to look at these pictures again – I am so not scrolling up!
    This looks so so tantallizingly decadent! I love chocolate! Your photos are incredible!

  8. Holy shizzzzz…if I were to die right now and go to heaven, where I’d spend eternity eating my favourite things, this would be on the menu forever. Cocoa Pebbles were my favourite cereal as a kid, partly for the same reason you like it: it turns nasty ol’ regular milk into chocolate milk. For a more “adult appropriate” cereal, the chocolate version of Cheerios is pretty darn good too.

  9. Oh my goodness, this bark is LOADED with so many delicious things. Love the wafer bits too!!

  10. this really looks good, can’t wait to try it. I think I will substitute kit kats for the choc wafer cookies though.

  11. Whoa, this bark looks incredible! Two layers of chocolate deliciousness!

  12. This looks so good, I love chocolate goodness and cocoa pebbles, chocolate Cheerios, Cap n Crunch stuff is pretty good, don’t worry about what people think, it’s not worth it! I’m almost 16 years old and still enjoy desserts once and a while, just not all he time since it’s unhealthy, LOL!

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