Toffee Heath Bar Chocolate Bark – chocolate covered toffee bits sprinkled over chocolate bark. Your new favorite sweet snack!
One of my favorite candy bars is Heath bar. It’s also one of the hardest for me to find in the store. I have no idea why! For the past few months I have been trying to find it so I can finally make this bark. It’s been on my to-make recipe list for way too long! The summer is a perfect excuse to make it since it’s a no-bake treat!
I almost gave up until one day, while shopping with my kids, my oldest daughter grabbed a bag of mini Heath bars in the candy isle and said: Were you looking for this?
Well, yes. Yes, I have. Taking them shopping with me is finally starting to pay off!! 🙂
After several minis inhaled by yours truly (I did say it’s one of my favorite candy bars!), I set out to make this bark. And then I had to hide most of it from myself. I thought the Heath bars were addicting. I had a really hard time stopping myself from eating the whole thing!
You are going to love this chocolate bark because it’s so easy and so fun to munch on! It’s perfect to place in little cellophane bags tied with ribbon ready for gift giving.
- 7 graham crackers (see note!)
- 6 oz dark or semi-sweet chocolate chunks or chips
- 20 mini Heath bars , unwrapped, chopped
Layer graham crackers in a 9" x 13" baking sheet.
Melt chocolate in a double boiler.
Spread over the crackers.
Top with chopped Heath bars.
Let set in the fridge for at least 30 minutes.
Brake into pieces.
I know you can buy graham crackers that come in double-cracker squares or 4-cracker rectangles. Use 14 and 1/2 of the square type or 7 and 1/4 of the rectangle type.
Have a fabulous Sunday, friends!