Despite being in a sugar coma when I woke up yesterday (from all the birthday cake and treats over the weekend, celebrating Lu’s birthday), I’m still sharing today’s recipe.
It’s a much healthier option than the junk I had over the weekend (birthday cake gelato, hello, I love you), it’s homemade, and it uses spiralized fruit!
For everyone who’s been flocking to the farms to pick pumpkins and apples, I have the perfect weekend activity for you: make your own chocolate bark, using those leftover apples. Spiralize them, mix them with some melted vegan chocolate, freeze, and voila – your own chocolate bark.
I’m a sucker for William Sonoma’s peppermint bark, and I get so giddy each year when it comes out around the holidays. When I was younger, we used to buy cases of the bark and give it to teachers for the holidays. I don’t know what I love more: their peppermint bark or walking through their stores during the holidays.
There’s something very special about a Williams Sonoma store during the holidays. Today, I’m recreating my own chocolate bark and who knows, maybe I’ll wrap it up and gift it this year!
The apple noodles add a fruity and fresh taste to each bite of bark – the apple noodles break up as you mix them together with the melted chocolate and therefore spread out in the bark perfectly. I added almond butter, sliced almonds, coconut flakes, and sea salt, but honestly, it’s good just with chocolate and apples!
Beware: this stuff is addictive! It’s a fun activity to do and check off your fall bucket list. And a great way to use that basket of apples you brought home from the farm!
Nutritional Information & Recipe
Weight Watchers SmartPoints*: 4 points
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