Brittle & Bark Recipes

Last Updated February 07, 2018
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chocolate sea salt peanut brittle

A brittle is a hard sugar candy packed with nuts, and a bark is made of chocolate embedded with all kinds of nuts, candies, or dried fruits. Try some of our favorites!

Granny’s Peanut Brittle

peanut brittle
Elizabeth Turnbull remembers one recipe in particular when it comes time for holiday baking. She grew up with her granny making batches and batches of her peanut brittle as gifts for everyone from the...

Honey, Apricot Olive Oil Bark

A healthy treat for your sweetie from Laura Lea Goldberg.

Pumpkin Seed Brittle

Use seeds from locally grown, seasonal pumpkins in this variation on traditional peanut brittle.

Cherry-Pistachio Bark

A quick and easy treat to keep on hand for the holiday season.

Chocolate and Sea Salt Peanut Brittle

A few small pieces of good-quality chocolate or a handful of nuts are often my go-to easy dessert. This brittle combines the two and only takes a little more work.

Sunflower Seed Brittle

Recipe by Emily Eckhart, Co Owner of Nourish Eatery in Chebyogan

Dark Chocolate Almond Bark with Cherries and Ginger

From Vegan Vegetarian Omnivore by Anna Thomas: I could not end without a taste of fine dark chocolate. Toasted almonds, tart cherries, and a zippy touch of ginger give this simple bark a complex...

Spicy Pecan Brittle

There are brittle-style candies native to pretty much every country, but this one takes a decidedly Southern twist with local pecans and a smoky chipotle heat. Traditionally, brittles are poured out...

Frozen Yogurt Bark

Icy Creamy Healthy Sweet Bark
This bark is a take on traditional chocolate bark, and it works perfectly as a fun-size frozen treat. The yogurt base is simple—plain whole milk yogurt sweetened with a bit of honey and a dash of...
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