White Chocolate Granola Bark - All Granola

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The holiday season is upon us, and that means an array of parties and gift giving opportunities. What better way to thank your host than with something delicious? This yummy white chocolate granola bark is so easy to make, and it’s just the thing to get you invited back next year!

When All Granola asked me to give their all natural, small-batch granola a try, I was all in! I received a free sample of Nuttin’ Honey and another flavor, Drunken Cherry (infused with bourbon – YUM!), but all opinions are my own.

White Chocolate Granola Bark - All Granola
I had been wanting to try some new “bark” ideas, and when I saw how beautiful the Nuttin’ Honey granola was, with colorful cranberries, red quinoa, and pumpkin seeds, I thought it would be perfect…and when I tasted it, I KNEW it would be perfect.

White Chocolate Granola Bark - All Granola
You will need:
10oz package of high quality white melting chocolate
1 cup of granola
1/8 tsp salt
parchment paper

  1. If you are like me and don’t own a double boiler, you can create your own by boiling water in a small sauce pot, with a glass bowl sitting on top of the pot. Make sure the water isn’t touching the bowl. Pour your chocolate in the bowl.White Chocolate Granola Bark - All Granola
  2. Stir frequently until melted.
  3. Add the salt, and half of the granola.
  4. Use a spatula to spread the granola onto a sheet of parchment paper, on a cookie sheet. Once you have created an even layer, sprinkle with the remaining granola.White Chocolate Granola Bark - All Granola
  5. Allow to cool.
  6. Once your bark is solid, break it apart and it’s ready to eat (or package up to give others.)

White Chocolate Granola Bark - All Granola

All Granola is based out of Brooklyn, NY but is available to order online. Be sure to check out the other varieties available, that are perfect for nursing moms, moms to be, or anyone else who loves delicious, delicious granola!

Ranae

I started cooking and baking at 4 years old, when I smashed an egg on the floor, while my mom and grandmother were making a cake, and gleefully declared I was helping. I spent the first 3 decades of my life in the sleepy mountains of West Virginia, before heading west to the desert, and the neon lights of Las Vegas. Growing up in a rural area, about 3 hours south of Pittsburgh, I appreciate the simple things – like a plump heirloom tomato, straight from the garden. Moving to a cultural food mecca has expanded my culinary horizons, introducing me to flavor profiles from around the world...and to the joys of being able to have a Bloody Mary before 1 pm on a Sunday. I love to travel, and try locally-owned restaurants wherever I go. I have a soft spot for tacos, sour ales, kombucha, and macarons. Keep up with my foodie-ventures on instagram, @HungryInVegas!

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