White Chocolate Strawberry Truffle Bark

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There’s Chocolate Bark, then there’s Extreme Chocolate Bark!!
This is Extreme Chocolate Truffle Bark
or specifically it’s White Chocolate Strawberry Truffle Bark
It’s luscious, creamy, exquisite; the rich white chocolate hugs a velvety, cake-like center.
You will not be able to share… or stop eating it!

White Chocolate Strawberry Truffle Bark White Chocolate Strawberry Truffle Bark

I’m so not a girly girl. Like, I didn’t play with dolls when I was little. Instead, I played cars and sports with my brothers. I’ve never been the froo-froo-girly-pink-and-lace type! But, I love this pink chocolate bark! It’s actually pink because it’s strawberry flavored, so you could make any cake flavor that you like or want to match the holiday.

 I wanted something extra decadent but also easy to make for the boys’ teachers for Valentine’s Day. don’t you love homemade food gifts? I do. I sure hope their teachers do because they get a lot of them!

Since normally I don’t even get the opportunity to do anything pink, Valentine’s Day will be a great reason to indulge my pink creativity! After seeing this made in red velvet, I knew it would be great with strawberry. Bonus, it’s both delicious and easy!

A few tips when you’re making this:

  1. Use good chocolate. Always. {I use Wilton Chocolate Melts or Ghirardelli usually.}
  2. The bottom chocolate layer should be thicker than the top for easier cutting. I used 3/4 bag of the chocolate melts for the top chocolate layer.
  3. You can make the cake by scratch or my short-cut method.
  4. Use an off-set spatula to spread the chocolate. You’ll find it much easier to get a thin, even layer using one.
  5. It doesn’t have to be perfect!

White Chocolate Strawberry Truffle Bark
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Serves: 48 portions
 
There's Chocolate Bark, then there's Extreme Chocolate Bark!! This is Extreme Chocolate Truffle Bark. It's luscious, creamy, exquisite; the rich white chocolate hugs a velvety, cake-like center. You will not be able to share... or stop eating it!
Ingredients
  • 1 strawberry cake (baked according to package directions and cooled)
  • 1 (12 oz)can vanilla cake frosting
  • 2 (12 oz) bags Wilton white candy melts
  • 2 T solid vegetable shortening
  • optional: sprinkles, nuts, mini chocolate chips, or colored sugar for sprinkling on top
Instructions
  1. Line two cookie sheets with parchment paper. They need to be larger than 9x13.
  2. Crumble cooled cake in a large bowl. Mix cake with entire container of frosting.
  3. Add 1 and ½ tablespoon shortening to the candy melts.
  4. Melt one bag plus ¾ cup from second bag and of the chocolate in microwave and stir until smooth.
  5. Pour chocolate evenly on the two prepared parchment paper lined pans.
  6. Spread evenly.
  7. Allow to set and harden at least 30 minutes.
  8. Divide cake mixture evenly on two layers of chocolate and spread and press into a even layer. You can use a off-set spatula or your fingers for this.
  9. Add remaining ½ tablespoon shortening to remaining chocolate.
  10. Melt remaining chocolate and carefully pour over cake mixture. Carefully spread to cover the cake in a thin, even layer.
  11. Add sprinkles before chocolate sets.
  12. Allow to cool and set. You can leave sitting on the counter-top or speed the process by placing in the refrigerator or freezer.
Notes
Makes 2 9x13 inch pans of truffle bark.

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Comments

  1. says

    I was the same and grew up playing cars and video games with my older brothers too :) I definitely love pink and girly things now though including this pretty chocolate truffle bark! It looks incredible and I love the strawberry cake in here and adding sprinkles is always a good thing – love these Paula :)

    • says

      Thank you, Kelly. I’m only slightly more girly now :) I have two boys so I don’t have much of a chance to be girly. Thanks for stopping by.

  2. says

    Paula, This White Chocolate Bark is mouth-watering! You cannot go wrong with sweet gifts. The teachers are bound to love this and will be glad your sons are in their class! Pinning this.

  3. says

    No one would buy me matchbox cars when I was little so I was forced to “borrow them” from my cousin Joey who lived next door. No one believed him when he complained that I was swiping them,,, because girls don’t like matchbox cars! Ha. Pink is fine with me too when it is strawberry… love this bark. Great pictures too.

    • says

      OH I LOVE matchbox cars! My boys never were much into them, but I still think they’re awesome and won’t give theirs away!

  4. says

    Paula,

    You are making me so hungry this morning with all these great Chocolate treats you linked up. I think you have all my favorites on one posts. I pinned several!
    Blessings,
    Diane Roark

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