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Tis the Season for Holiday Treats… Try Our Chocolate Hazelnut Citrus Bark!

Submitted by admin on December 6, 2011 – 12:39 amOne Comment

imagesThis year, add something different to your holiday cookie line up! Chocolate bark is incredibly easy, this recipe has only a few ingredients and you can even revise them to whatever you have in your pantry. We used our delicious Oregon Hazelnuts, and you can choose from our Roasted, Roasted with Sea Salt, or Diced! With a very short prep time, this is a great way to make something special for your loved ones without spending hours away from them in the kitchen!


Chocolate Hazelnut Citrus Bark

1 bag, (12 ounces) of Bittersweet Chocolate
1 Cup of Oregon Growers Hazelnuts
1 Orange, zest about half

Directions
Put chocolate in a heat proof bowl and place on top a large pot with boiling water (referred to as a double boiler) and stir every few minutes until completely melted. Remove from heat.

Meanwhile zest about half your orange, only removing the orange rind not the white flesh beneath it. Set aside. Roughly chop the hazelnuts, we used Roasted with Sea Salt for the little extra bit of savory flavor. Set aside.

Pour melted chocolate onto a jelly roll pan or small baking sheet lined with foil and spread evenly. Top with hazelnuts and orange zest. Put in freezer for up to an hour. Break into pieces. For a great holiday gift bag up and tie with festive ribbon! And as always, enjoy!


Season’s Greetings from Oregon Growers!

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