A twist on holiday chocolate bark

December 18th, 2012 by Rosa

Serious Eats has a recipe for what they’re calling crack, which is basically just saltine crackers covered in chocolate and, if you’re in the holiday mood, crushed candy canes. I’ve never had chocolate-covered saltines, but I do enjoy chocolate-covered matzo, which has a toastier, wheatier flavor than saltines.

We used to make chocolate-covered matzo in the dining halls around Passover – chocolate chips from the ice cream/waffle bar, nuke for a few seconds, spread over matzo, sometimes sprinkled with crushed Cinnamon Toast Crunch… Those were the days!

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2 responses about “A twist on holiday chocolate bark”

  1. Carolyn said:

    Have you seen Whole Foods’ Matzo Crunch? Not sure if they’ll do it this year but a year or two ago they definitely had it during Passover. It came in a small plastic box, like you might use for cookies, and it was biggish (maybe palm-sized) pieces of matzo cracker with a thin layer of caramel-like goodness, some parts chewy and some parts crystallized sugar crunchy, and then a thin layer of dark chocolate. Super good. I’m not Jewish but I do love the Passover treats.

  2. Rosa said:

    I haven’t, though it sounds great, like a Passover-friendly version of those lacey chocolate/caramel cookies

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