Eggnog Bark Recipe


Eggnog Bark Recipe

The delicious combination of pecans, cranberries and spices make for a perfect holiday bark recipe. Update your traditional Christmas bark recipe with this fabulous Eggnog Bark.

Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook time: 10 Minutes, plus 1 hour refrigeration

Ingredients:

12oz Vanilla Almond Bark
8oz White Chocolate
1 cup Pecans, finely copped
1 cup Dried Cranberries, divided
1 tsp Nutmeg
½ tsp Cinnamon
½ Pecan Halves

Directions:

• Line a 13×9 pan with parchment paper. Set aside.
• Melt the almond bark and white chocolate together in a microwave safe bowl, 50% power for 2 minutes then 30 second increments on high stirring after each microwaving until melted and smooth.
• Remove smooth bark mixture from the microwave, add chopped Pecans and ¾ cup of the dried cranberries. Stir to combine.
• Pour the mixture into the prepared 13×9 inch pan lined with parchment paper.
• Sprinkle eggnog bark with the remaining cranberries and ½ Cup of Pecan halves.
• Refrigerate at least one hour.
• Remove eggnog bark from the pan and then break or cut into desired sized pieces.
• Store in an air tight container in the refrigerator.

• Makes 40 servings Eggnog Bark

Eggnog Bark Recipe. The delicious combination of pecans, cranberries and spices make for a perfect holiday bark recipe. Update your traditional Christmas bark recipe with this fabulous Eggnog Bark.




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Eggnog Bark Recipe. The delicious combination of pecans, cranberries and spices make for a perfect holiday bark recipe. Update your traditional Christmas bark recipe with this fabulous Eggnog Bark.


If you are wondering what Almond Bark is, you can see (and buy) Almond Bark either here or here.

Eggnog Bark Recipe. The delicious combination of pecans, cranberries and spices make for a perfect holiday bark recipe. Update your traditional Christmas bark recipe with this fabulous Eggnog Bark.



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Comments

  1. Janet Rourke says:

    Hi Ann,

    The eggnog bark looks delicious. I’m a little confused about the name. The recipe didn’t include eggnog. Was that a typo? I love things made with eggnog. I especially like to make oatmeal using eggnog. Such a treat this time of year!

    Thanks, Janet

    • I don’t blame you for questioning the name, Janet. It ends up tasting like eggnog, even though there is no actual eggnog in the recipe.

      Since there is no milk or extracts in this recipe to be replaced, I am not sure about incorporating eggnog into the recipe and getting it to set. If you do try it and it works, PLMK the ratios!!

      Ann

  2. Great holiday combo! My daughter loves eggnog she will flip! Thanks for linking up to Merry Monday! Sharing on G+! Have a great week!
    Kim

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