Toffee Chocolate Matzah Bark

20 Pieces
1 Hours 10 Minutes

If there’s one indulgent snack I always turn too it has to be my Dark Chocolate Matzah Bark. And I don’t wait till Passover to make this, it’s a yearly addition to my chocolate snack stashes. It’s filled with creamy salty caramel, coated in rich dark chocolate and topped with toasted pecans. I mean just typing this out I’m hungry!


This recipe is so easy to make, and has become a family favorite snack in my house. You can also make this recipe Gluten free, yes!


Give this recipe a try, I promise it checks all your sweet tooth boxes and will become a staple in your home too!

Toffee Chocolate Matzah Bark

Recipe details

  • 20 Pieces
  • Prep time: 10 Minutes|Cook time: 1 Hours|Total time: 1 Hours 10 Minutes

Ingredients

Ingredients

Instructions

To Make

Preheat oven to 350’
line a large sheet tray with foil
Place the matzahs on the sheet tray, you may need to break them to fit snug
Melt the butter and brown sugar on the stove, stirring consistently until it starts to bubble and turn a dark brown hue. Be carful this is hot!
Pour the melted butter and brown sugar mixture on top of the matzahs. Using a spatula spread it out evenly so it’s coating all the matzahs.
place in the oven for 8-10 minutes until it comes out bubbly.
Once removed scatter the chocolate chips all over and let stand for 2 -4 minutes until melted. Then with a spatula spread out the chocolate all over the matzahs.
Evenly spread the pecans all over the top and then sprinkle some sea salt on top. Pop in the freezer for about 30mins- 1 hour to harden.
once hard, break into bark like pieces and enjoy!

Tips

  • To make Gluten Free use GF matzahs

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