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Easy chocolate recipe

Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Bars

Recently as part of the Good Cook program I received a gorgeous new pan to try out!  I’m in love and have several more recipes coming to you soon!

The pan is the Spring Bark Mold.  This pan is unique to me as it is a silicone pan that can also be placed in the oven.  

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My new spring bark mold pan and super cute spatula!

I also got the super cute hop into spring spatula(super cute).  Make sure to check out the entire Sweet Creations spring Cookware Tools and use code SpringFling for 25% off.  

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Adorable designs from the spring bark mold pan.

Now for my recipe!  This is super simple, rich, and delicious!  You really can use any two flavors(or even three!) of chips in this.  Feel free to mix and match.  I was craving some peanut butter and chocolate so that’s what I used.  My husband says next time I need chocolate with a caramel layer though.

These really are super simple to make.  My  two oldest girls helped me with these and could easily have done them on their own!  They’re also a quick something to take with you to a party and the designs are adorable and just make them perfect for Easter or a spring get together.  

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Check out the ladybug lineup

I am in love with the new pan.   It is extremely simple to get your chocolate out of the mold as it is flexible.  I can’t wait to try another recipe that will involve putting it in the oven and seeing how that works.  I do believe you will be seeing this pan quite a bit in the near future!


Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Bars
Quick and simple cure for the Reese's lover!
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  1. 2 packages or 4 cups of dark chocolate chips (separated)
  2. 1 package or 2 cups of peanut butter chips
  1. Take one package or 2 cups of dark chocolate chips and melt on the stove.
  2. Pour this into the spring bark mold.
  3. Use your spatula to evenly spread this in your spring bark mold pan.
  4. Put this in the refrigerator to chill.
  5. Place the package of peanut butter chips in a pan and melt on the stove.
  6. This is then poured onto the chocolate layer.
  7. Spread evenly.
  8. Place back in the refrigerator to chill.
  9. Melt the last package or 2 cups of dark chocolate chips on the stove.
  10. Pour over the other two layers.
  11. Spread evenly.
  12. Chill again.
  13. Remove from the refrigerator and slice into squares.
  1. Keep in the refrigerator when not enjoying as they do melt quickly.
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  1. Angie B. says:

    I didn’t even know you could get bark molds. Maybe it’s because I don’t do candy making too much. I love it though, it’s cute. Thanks for the recipe too

    • Erin S. says:

      I had never seen a mold like this before until Good Cook sent me one. Definitely a pan that is going to be well used in our house.

  2. Ben says:

    Dark chocolate…Yes! Peanut Butter…Yes! Put them together and I’m in love. This is really not helping my diet though. :)

    • Erin S. says:

      I know! Super easy to make these and kids can help. Could even just press rice krispies into it for the littles you don’t want touching anything hot.

  3. Amy Ditmore says:

    My husband would LOVE this. He’s the only one who eats dark chocolate in our house :). I really like that mold too, may have to go snatch one up for myself.

    • Erin S. says:

      we all love dark chocolate here at our house. But really dark is the best kind in my opinion. You can use other types of chocolate, white, milk, even butterscotch chips! Have fun with the mold!

  4. Char W says:

    My doctor mentioned last year that dark chocolate is much healthier. I think I’m going to get these a try. By the way they look delicious!

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