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Do any of you get this at Trader Joe's? So good. DH got a big dark chocolate bar last time we were there and got the bark.

We ate the bark so fast I talked him into letting me experiment with the chocolate bar. Used some small pretzel rounds and pecans, cashews and walnuts all chopped up. Its cooling now. Hope its good!
 
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Was recently in TJ's to replenish my nut stash. I never even look at their chocolates as they are deadly to me. Wink Let us know how your copycat recipe came out. The ingredients sound great...tho....deadly. Frown
 
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Mine was really yummy. I forgot to say I also used some peanuts. The bar melted easily in a metal bowl over boiling water. I chopped the other things up pretty small.

Put them in an oval casserole lined with alum. foil. Got a little nervous as the melted chocolate did not seem to be spreading easily over the nut mixture. However a rubber scraper made spreading the chocolate very simple.

We are scoffing this down. I would have refrigerated it but DH thinks it doesn't need it.
 
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I read the review on the cowboy bark. Boy did she ever get it wrong! I love dark chocolate and would use it in anything that calls for milk chocolate! I've found out that you can eat a smaller about and get more BANG for the calories with dark chocolate. Big Grin
 
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