Make Snickerdoodle Chocolate Nut Bark in an Instant Pot
Use your Instant Pot as a Double Boiler to make Snickerdoodle Chocolate Nut Bark.
I'm definitely not a chocolatier but this recipe was certainly intriguing when I saw it. I'd never thought of using my Instant Pot as a double boiler to melt chocolate for making sweets.
One batch of this Snickerdoodle Chocolate But Bark is the perfect amount for a Christmas tin to give as a gift to friends and neighbors.
You'll be suprised at how easy it is to make. All you need at home is your Instant Pot, a 3-quart stainless steel bowl, and some parchment paper to get started. From the store, some mixed nuts, dairy-free chocolate chips, package of Snickerdoodle Energy+, and Ghee (or Coconut Oil).
Snickerdoodle Energy+ is an energy booster that I mix into coffee and warm plant-based milk with a sprinkling of cinnamon on top. Energy+ comes in different flavors and has been super helpful for me in increasing motivation, brain cognition, energy, and I don't get any jitters or a sugar crash like a lot of energy drinks. The flavor is so yummy, that I wanted to test how it tasted in this recipe and it didn't disappoint. Snickerdoodle is a limited edition offering during the holidays. Normally, I get Pomegranate Lime in my Happy Juice delivery every month.
Snickerdoodle Chocolate Nut Bark
16 oz. Deluxe Mixed Nuts
10 oz. Semi-Sweet Chocolate
1-1/2 TBSP Ghee or Coconut Oil
1 pkg Snickerdoodle Energy+ (optional)
Add two cups of water into base of your Instant Pot Liner.
Place a 3-qt stainless steel bowl on top of the Instant Pot Liner.
Place semi-sweet chocolate and ghee or coconut oil in bowl.
Set Instant Pot to "Saute" function. (Set to "high" or "more" depending on your Instant Pot)
Stir until melted.
Stir in Snickerdoodle Energy+
Add in mixed nuts and stir until well coated.
In a baking pan, place a piece to parchment paper to cover bottom.
Spoon out chocolate and nuts into a thin layer.
Place in freezer or refrigerator until chocolate re-hardens
Break into bark pieces.
You could modify this (without nuts) and use to dip strawberries, bananas, pretzels, and more! Have fun with it.
In December of 2021, I embarked on an Instant Pot Journey because I wanted to eat cleaner food and change some unhealthy eating habits. My goal was to use my Instant Pot at least once a day and try new foods and ingredients that my picky palatte would normally refuse. I have tried more than 140 new recipes in 2022. I primarily cooked from three Instant Loss cookbooks authored by Brittany Williams. I learned of this recipe from her online site. She has so many great dessert recipes that you can make with your Instant Pot. Check them out!