Chocolate Coffee Nut Bark for #SundaySupper

When things go wrong, and my world is topsy-turvy, sugar always goes right. This Chocolate Coffee Nut Bark came together beautifully on a day when life was not being beautiful.

Chocolate Coffee Nut Bark Sunday Supper

My life may not always be rock-star fabulous, (Let’s face it, we all have bad days. Right?) but man, sugar and I are BFF’s in the kitchen. We go together like bacon and eggs, pizza and beer, peanut butter and jelly, or in this case, chocolate and coffee! I mean, c’mon! How can chocolate and coffee together NOT make you smile? Seems to work for me. Every.Single.Time. Of course, I’m an admitted coffee addict. If you follow me on Facebook, you already know that.

Chocolate Coffee Nut Bark Sunday Supper

This simple recipe uses just a few precious ingredients, so splurge on the best you can afford. The end result will be more than worth it!

See if this Chocolate Coffee Nut Bark doesn’t make your life a little sweeter too!

Chocolate Coffee Nut Bark Sunday Supper

Chocolate Coffee Nut Bark

This chocolate bark is easy to put together! The added espresso powder gives it an extra kick and you can mix and match your favorite nuts to your families liking.

  • 1 lb dark chocolate (I used Valrhona Guanaja 70%)
  • 1 cup roasted mixed nuts, roughly chopped, divided (I used pistachio, almonds and peanuts)
  • 1 Tbsp Espresso powder
  •  Flaky Sea Salt

Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and then lightly spray with non-stick cooking spray. Set aside.

Melt chocolate in a double boiler. I used a bowl placed over a pot of boiling water to do this. Stir constantly until smooth.

When the chocolate is completely melted, add the espresso powder and stir well.

Add 3/4 cup of the nuts and mix in with the chocolate.

Pour the chocolate and nut mixture on to parchment lined cookie sheet.

Spread with an offset spatula to about 1/4 in thickness.

Sprinkle the remainder of the nuts over the top of the bark. Sprinkle lightly with sea salt.

Place in refrigerator to harden.

Once hard, break it into small pieces and store in an airtight container.

Bark will remain fresh up to a week.

If you’re a coffee fan (Go #TeamCoffee) check out the rest of these amazing coffee-added recipes from the Tastemakers at Sunday Supper! You’re going to love how many different ways you can enjoy coffee. Thanks to Wendy from Wholistic Woman for hosting this weeks caffeine inspired event!

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Enjoy, my friends!

Chocolate Coffee Nut Bark

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  1. As the up and coming SEO guru / blogging coach wannabe that I am, I simply must say this to you, m’love… You have an underappreciated title for this chocolaty snack.
    With coffee and pistachios in it (two of my three favorite food things), it’s clear that the appropriate title should be FOOD OF LOVE.
    Everyone searches for that…. right???

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