Rose petal white chocolate bark is colourful, sinfully sweet, perfect Valentine’s sweet. This Valentine’s day impress your loved ones with this show stopper sweet treat – rose petal white chocolate bark!
Celebrate love, celebrate life all days. Say it with your heart, say it with roses, say it with rose petal white chocolate bark! Yes love can’t be confined to a single day of the year, express it all day, celebrate it all day.
We really don’t do Valentine’s day, I mean all those celebrations, larger than life size teddy’s, no, not us! Because we believe love cannot be confined to one single day of celebration. We believe and follow – to spread, share and celebrate love all day of the year. Saying I love every morning and every night makes life so beautiful, it really does!
We are definitely are not against those who celebrate. Not at all! We appreciate you are celebrating love, sharing it. One thing we would say, extend it a little bit more than just one day. Celebrate love for a little longer errrr celebrate it every day.
If you are someone who love to celebrate Valentine’s Day with roses and chocolate, this chocolate bark is Valentine’s win recipe. White chocolate bark is heavenly dessert that look way too beautiful to eat and need very minimal ingredients – white chocolate, sea salt, dried rose petals, pistachios, dehydrated strawberries. That’s it!
We love creating recipes that are simple, yet sophisticated enough to give a tasty dish. Chocolate bark is one of those recipes. Super simple to make, tasty dessert. Talk about stress free cooking for your loved ones! Spend 5 minutes of time and make a treat that is great for gifting a large crowd!
It stores great, making it great for gifting. Make ahead and package for gifts!
Surprisingly, it’s too simple to make and chocolate bark recipes are totally customizable. This chocolate bark recipes can easily become your LAST MINUTE VALENTINE’s DAY TREAT that you can whip up in less than 10 minutes. And the hardest part is patiently wait for chocolate bark to set.
And trust me guys, as soon as impatient waiting time is over, you’ll have a delightful dessert! A beautiful treat that you can make for any kitty party, girls gathering or simply to gift it to your loved ones be it your mom, husband, kids, or any of your favorite person.
Rose Petal White Chocolate Bark Recipe
A box of chocolate and a bouquet of roses the most classic Valentine’s Day gift.
With that idea in mind, we decided to jazz it up a little to create a perfect Valentine’s Day gift with white chocolate bark.
It’s got chocolate
It’s got roses
It’s got to be the perfect Valentine’s day recipe.
A simple, easy to make white chocolate bark recipes starts with white chocolate.
Use HIGH QUALITY white chocolate. Your chocolate bark is only as good as your quality of chocolate you use.
And the thing you don’t want to miss white creating chocolate bark is – sea salt. Salt adds extra flavor to the chocolate dish enhancing it’s flavors making it taste rich and delicious! Do NOT skip in sea salt.
And for the toppings, there is no limit. You can do any topping of your choice. Since this is rose petal white chocolate bark recipes, you don’t want to skip on rose petals.
Dried rose petals or dried rose buds are easily available on amazon.
Pistachios, and de-hydrated strawberries add nice contrast color and texture to chocolate bark.
How to Make Rose Petal White Chocolate Bark
Use PREMIUM QUALITY white chocolate. Melt white chocolate along with a teaspoon of coconut oil in microwave at 30 seconds interval, stirring every 30 seconds. Heat chocolate in microwave until it’s melted 90%. Residue heat of the bowl with melt chocolate completely. Keep stirring to help chocolate melt evenly.
Line parchment paper on baking sheet with rimmed edges.
Pour melted white chocolate over the parchment paper. Spread it thin and evenly.
Sprinkle about a teaspoon or sea salt over melted chocolate.
Sprinkle chopped pistachios, dehydrated strawberries, dried rose petals evenly over melted white chocolate.
Gently press the press over melted chocolate, so it all sticks.
Place the sheet on kitchen counter until sets, takes about an hour or lesser for chocolate to completely set before you break into chocolate barks.
If you lack patience, pop the sheet into freezer for quick setting. It should take 10 minutes or lesser time.
Using sharp knife break white chocolate barks.
Any leftovers can be stored in air tight container for 2 weeks at room temperature.
Other Topping Ideas
There are so many combinations of toppings that could be added to any chocolate bark recipe. A few that is our most favorite choice of toppings are :
Mini marshmallows and vanilla wafers
Peanut butter kisses
Crushed Peppermint candies
Pretzels and dried cranberries
Dried cranberries and candy orange peel
Raisins and walnuts
Silvered almonds and toasted coconut flakes
Toasted peanuts with peanut butter kisses
And many more…
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ROSE PETAL WHITE CHOCOLATE BARK RECIPE VIDEO
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Rose Petal White Chocolate Bark
- 3 cups white chocolate premium quality
- 1 teaspoon coconut oil
- Generous pinch sea salt
- ½ cup dried rose petals
- ½ cup pistachios roasted roughly chopped
- ½ cup de-hydrated strawberries chopped
- Chop premium quality white chocolate roughly and place in microwave safe bowl.
- Melt white chocolate along with a teaspoon of coconut oil in microwave at 30 seconds interval, stirring every 30 seconds. Heat chocolate in microwave until it’s melted 90%. Residue heat of the bowl with melt chocolate completely. Keep stirring to help chocolate melt evenly.
- Line parchment paper on baking sheet with rimmed edges.
- Pour melted white chocolate over the parchment paper. Spread it thin and evenly.
- Sprinkle about a teaspoon or sea salt over melted chocolate.
- Next sprinkle chopped pistachios, dehydrated strawberries, dried rose petals evenly over melted white chocolate.
- Gently press the press over melted chocolate, so it all sticks.
- Place the sheet on kitchen counter until sets, takes about an hour or lesser for chocolate to completely set before you break into chocolate barks.
- If you lack patience, pop the sheet into freezer for quick setting. It should take 10 minutes or lesser time.
- Using sharp knife break white chocolate barks.
- Serve immediately or package for gifts.
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