Wednesday, February 9, 2011

White Chocolate Toffee Bark

Valentine's Day is right around the corner... already!
Crazy!! We have a Christmas Bark recipe (I can't believe we didn't get it posted this year!
Look for it next year! :)) that I wanted to change up for Valentines Day.

Take about 1/2 cup of coconut, throw it on a baking sheet and bake for
about 10 minutes or until golden brown. Set aside for later.

Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
Don't skip this part... it will save you in the end!

Lay saltines on parchment paper in a single layer.
They don't always fit right so you may have to break some in half!

In a medium saucepan, melt butter and brown sugar.
Bring to to a boil for 3 minutes.

Pour toffee mixture onto saltines.
Bake for 15 minutes.

Immediately after removing from the oven, pour white chocolate
chips over toffee layer.

Use a spoon to spread chocolate into even layer.
If you chocolate won't spread nicely, pop the pan back in the oven for
just a minute or two.

Mmmm..... :)

Top with toasted coconut. Don't like coconut?
You could change it up however you like!
But, really, when is the last time you tried it?? :)

Sprinkle with your favorite Valentine's sprinkles!
Wouldn't it be adorable with the little hearts etc that Holly used in her
fun-fetti cupcakes?!

Place in fridge and cool about 1 hour.

Melt chocolate chips with Crisco and drizzle over the top!

Very Festive!!


  1. Another time of year to make toffee...sounds like a plan to me! Beautiful!

  2. Oh my, I love all these wonderful layers in here! And to think i thought it was just bark... This looks amazing. Totally reminds me of these chocolate saltines that my friend makes every so often. These will be great on valentines day!

  3. What a cool bark. I love the cracker use. This is an excellent gift idea.

  4. Looks gorgeous! I love bark and have seen some brilliant ideas, I must hurry up and get my bark on. Also toffee and white chocolate! Possibly the best flavour combo ever. x

  5. What a great Valentine's treat!

  6. Yum! I've made this with regular chocolate chips before, but never thought about white chocolate and coconut! Great idea.

  7. oh yum! that's good enough to make anyone fall in love.

  8. Definitely festive and I love the salty contrast with the saltines. Brilliant idea!