I made these barks with just white and milk chocolate and I added the red turkey using candy melts (that's pretty much the only ingredients I had at the house at that moment). But for Christmas, I will be making more using dried fruits and nuts and putting them in a really cute cookie tin and giving them to my kids teachers.
|Disregard the food coloring, I was going to do something and then I changed my mind!|
-Spread the chocolate evenly using a small offset spatula, place the cookie sticks and put in the freezer to set for approximately 20 minutes.
Allow the bark to harden completely before breaking it up into pieces
Turkey Candy Melts
Attach the little turkeys to the bark with a dot of candy melt and your set!
Or you can just put pieces of the bark in a pretty box inside a cello bag.
Then give them away or you are going to end up eating more than you should.