Salted Caramel Mocha Bark

Yes, I said Salted Caramel Mocha Bark … it’s candy … not something that you can drink at your local coffee place!  However, it is inspired by one of those fancy coffees!  I made a new flavor of candy because I enjoy that flavor of latte so much …

Salted caramel mocha bark

I enjoy making gifts … sometimes a little gift of homemade candy is the perfect thing for co-workers, neighbors, friends, etc.  Bark is so easy and fast to make … it has saved me, especially when I feel pressed for time.  Today, I feel pressed … I’m making 30 pounds of candy for the hubby to take to work tomorrow … it’ll get done because it will be 30 pounds of bark!

I’ll make this short and sweet!  This is what you will need …

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  • 1 pound white CandiQuik (candy coating/candy melts)
  • 1 package Ovation Caramel Sticks/Milk Chocolate (SweetWorks)
  • 1 package Ovation Coffee Sticks/Dark Chocolate (SweetWorks
  • 1 cup pretzel pieces
  1. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper or wax paper.  Hint - make sure that the baking sheet is not cold … the candy will harden too quickly.
  2. Break up the Ovation candy sticks and mix up flavors.caramel coffee bark
  3. Melt the CandiQuik according to package directions and stir in pretzel pieces.white chocolate pretzel bark
  4. Spread candy/pretzel mixture as thin as possible on prepared baking sheet.  I tilt it,pound it on the counter … whatever works!  Candiquik bark
  5. Sprinkle caramel/coffee bits over candy mixture and gently press into pretzel mixture and chill for a few minutes (about 10 minutes in the freezer)     caramel coffee chocolate bark
  6. Cut or break into chunks … easy peasy!                                         white chocolate caramel coffee bark

salted caramel mocha chocolate

I tried to make it pretty short and very sweet!  Gotta go now … 30 pounds of candy are calling my name ;)

Thank you to Miss CandiQuik and SweetWorks for their generous gifts!

Are you making candy?  I love your comments :)

 ♦  I share my stuff with these fun parties  ♦

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13 Responses to Salted Caramel Mocha Bark

  1. Anna Bennett says:

    Salted Carmel Mocha Bark, not only sounds yummmmmy,but it looks yummmmy as well……
    OH NUMMMMMMMY’s. Thank you for sharing this with us.

  2. Can you break me off a hunk and send it to HK? Just kidding, thanks for the recipe. I will give it a go this week. Happy holidays!

  3. This sounds awesome with the coffee sticks! I’ve never even seen those – will have to look for them!! Thanks for sharing :)

  4. Tavette says:

    Now that you’ve got me interested, do you know of a chain store which carries Ovation caramel and coffee sticks? Thanks.

    • I have seen them at Winco, Vons/Safeway and I think WalMart. Try checking this SweetWorks link … http://sweetworks.net/find-a-distributor/ … there is also a toll free phone number … hope this helps :)

      • Tavette says:

        We don’t have Winco, Vons or Safeway in S. Florida. Will check WalMart & Target Don’t want to order on line because it’s way too hot here for anything like that to sit on the doorstep. Yes – Florida is where everyone up north would like to be right now (80′s every day), but, while we enjoy balmy winters – we do have to deal with hurricanes and sinkholes.

        The caramel & coffee sticks sound good enough just to eat by themselves. Great gift for the coffee lovers. Of course – white chocolate makes everything even better. Although bark is super easy, I can’t imagine making 30 pounds in one night. You GO girl!

        • Did you call Sweet Works and ask for suggestions? I will say that when SweetWorks has mailed me chocolate, they packed it with “blue-ice”.

          I got 20 done that night! The hubby did help package it up … sometimes that takes forever!!!

  5. Trish @ Mom On Timeout says:

    I am a total sucker for bark and when you add salted caramel and mocha to the mix…LOVE! Looks amazing!

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