Toffee popcorn bark

Toffee popcorn bark

  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
(14 ratings)

Prep: 10 mins Cook: 5 mins

Easy

Serves 8
This simple chocolate slab broken into pieces is a crunchy and moreish snack, perfect for a kids party

Nutrition and extra info

Nutrition: per serving

  • kcal292
  • fat16g
  • saturates9g
  • carbs35g
  • sugars33g
  • fibre1g
  • protein4g
  • salt0.14g
Save to My Good Food
Please sign in or register to save recipes.

Ingredients

  • 200g milk chocolate
  • 200g white chocolate
  • 2 x 30g bags toffee popcorn

Method

  1. Line a 20 x 30cm baking tray with baking parchment. Melt the milk chocolate and white chocolate separately, then allow to cool slightly.

  2. Pour most of the chocolate onto the tray, roughly swirling together. Sprinkle over the toffee popcorn, then drizzle over the remaining milk and white chocolate, and chill until set. Break into big chunks before serving.

You may also like

Ads by Google

Comments, questions and tips

Sign in or create your My Good Food account to join the discussion.
skiddeth
7th Oct, 2016
lovely
abident
3rd Nov, 2014
3.8
This is ridiculously easy to make, and bizarrely impressive for how little effort or skill it needs. I used an additional 150g of dark chocolate too. Obviously being chocolate it is delicious, but I would say the popcorn loses its crunch - but I did use lightly salted and sweet popcorn, rather than toffee- and I can imagine the hard covering of toffee popcorn keeps it fresher. I will definitely be making this again- perhaps with malteasers and the like, for christmas presents. I'm scoffing it now. yum.
missfeenee
27th Nov, 2013
This is almost embarrassingly easy - i have made it twice for work now, once for a bake sale and once for my birthday and both times it has been gobbled up by all and I've been asked countless times for the recipe, but am almost reluctant to pass it on because it is so simple I feel I have been deceiving people as to how well I can 'bake'! Fabulous, will make again and again - plus the left over popcorn is a nice bonus!
dragonfly22
16th Nov, 2013
Dangerously tasty and extremely easy to make. All done in 30minutes and a great party treat. With reference to "suejhs" just zap the white chocolate in a microwaveable dish for 60-90 seconds, stirring every 30secs . It melts far quicker than the milk chocolate. I have the exact tray suggested and it has worked well each time. Popcorn has stayed crunchy in fridge for 3 days - the bits that lasted that long!
suejhs
2nd Nov, 2013
This recipe is deeply flawed. White chocolate is very difficult to melt successfully - my first try was a disaster, my second not much better, despite taking p;lots of precautions, so it wasn't really possible to swirl it with the milk chocolate or to drizzle it over the popcorn. The baking tray size seemed too big; even thinly spread, the chocolate didn't fill the tray. The popcorn quickly goes soft. It sounded good - I am very disappointed.
missfeenee
27th Nov, 2013
What problem did you have melting white chocolate? I bought very cheap chocolate (Aldi) and melted it to two min in the microwave (low-medium heat) - no problems. You need to leave it to stand for a few min before 'swirling' though.
Sue2
17th Sep, 2013
I have used maltesers instead of popcorn and now going to try meringue pieces and maltesers. Guys at work love it!
corinnem
6th Feb, 2013
5.05
This is DIVINE!!! It's dangerous - I could eat the whole lot in one sitting. So good.
trudie77's picture
trudie77
31st Oct, 2012
5.05
OMG.......this is fantastic, the kids loved it and so did I ;-)
harrietbaddoo
22nd Sep, 2012
I made these for a film night with my friends, and my sister (who got them before I left) said they were the best thing she ever tasted and demanded more for her friends! It was very quick to set - only an hour or so. :)

Pages

Whitney.
27th Apr, 2014
how long does this take to set?
goodfoodteam's picture
goodfoodteam
6th May, 2014
Hi there, it should take about an hour to set, thanks.
Be the first to suggest a tip for this recipe...Got your own twist on this recipe? Or do you have suggestions for possible swaps and additions? We’d love to hear your ideas.