Thursday, December 10, 2020

Cranberry, Pistachio, Lime White Chocolate Bar #ImprovCooking


Chocolate with dry fruits and nuts - in short, is my little heaven. I love the version with the white chocolates too. Though I am shifting to dark chocolate, the flavor of milk and white chocolate is addictive to me. I tasted the lime and white chocolate bar from Swiss, and still, the taste lingers in my mouth. When the ingredients for #improvCookingChallenge for December 2020 were, chocolate and citrus, I was on cloud nine. I decided to make the fruit and nuts bark with lime and white chocolate. This is the perfect treat for the holiday season.  They look pretty and make good edible gifts too.


It's not hard to make. Very simple enough that anyone can make and enjoy in a short time. The hardest part is the waiting time for the chocolate to set (though it is not a day or so, only 30 minutes). Well, it's hard for me as I love this and had a thought that I should make sure to save the entire batch for myself...hahaha....just joking, I love to share and enjoy the moment building memories and cherishing them.



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Ingredients


White chocolate - 9 oz.        
Shelled pistachio - 1/3 cup                
Dried sweetened cranberries -1/4 cup
Lime zest - 1 tsp                                      

Method


Add the pistachio, cranberry to a bowl and mix. Melt the white chocolate according to the instruction on the label. A double boiler or microwave can be used. When it is completely melted add the lime zest, mix. 


Add the nuts and cranberry, mix. Pour onto a baking tray lined with parchment. Spread evenly a little bit (6x8 in). 


Refrigerate for at least 30 minutes. Cut or break.


Store in a cool place in an airtight container.
    

Check out what the other bloggers have made!
Improv Cooking Challenge: December 2020
Ingredients: Chocolate and Citrus



Chocolate Orange Cake by Making Miracles

Cranberry Pistachio lime and white chocolate bark by Magical Ingredients (You are here!)

Almond Orange Brownies by Cookaholic Wife

Oblaten Lebkuchen by Pandemonium Noshery

Easy Citrus & Chocolate Pudding Trifle by Sneha’s Recipe

 


5 comments:

  1. That looks so simple! And so elegant!! I love lime added to white chocolate, I think it balances the sweetness.

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  2. Oh my goodness what a PERFECT treat to make and share this time of year! Yumm!

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  3. What a perfect chocolaty treat these are!

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