The Crazy Kitchen: Home Made Chocolate Peppermint Bark

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Wednesday, 20 November 2013

Home Made Chocolate Peppermint Bark

If you have a Dr Who fan in the family then Lakeland have the range for you at the moment. There is a huge range of bakeware, here is just a small selection of what they have.....


Doctor Who at Lakeland

We haven't got any Dr Who fans in this household so when Lakeland asked if I wanted to review some of the range I politely declined and cheekily asked instead if I could review a Peppermint Bark Mould that I had seen used on someone else's blog (which I now can't find for the life of me! *). I've made Peppermint bark before but only in a baking tray - this mould makes it look so much more professional, and perfect for gifts.

Chocolate Peppermint BarkChocolate Peppermint Bark

The mould has 2 sections to enable you to make 2 bars at the same time, with each bar containing approximately 200g of chocolate. I used a combination of milk, white and dark chocolate for these.

Chocolate Peppermint Bark

I then used some Lakeland presentation bags and ribbon (models own) to make them look fit to fill somebody's Christmas stocking.

Chocolate Peppermint Bark

I'm going to be trying all different flavours to make gifts for everyone, and do you know what the best part about making your own chocolate gifts is? nobody knows that you've used smartprice chocolate...shhhhhh!

* EDIT : the post has been kindly pointed out to me, hurrah, and it's this lovely one here, with pistachio & cranberry on the chocolate.

The peppermint bark mould is just £5.99 & I was sent this and the bags for the purpose of this review.

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