3 layers of Chocolate and Cookie Butter topped with luscious Salted Caramel Sauce and Chunks of Biscoff Cookies.
As I am typing this post, the pictures you see here have not yet been taken. That means that this recipe has not been taste-tested and I have no idea how the pictures are going to turn out. Always a scary situation as a food blogger. Now, I do have an inkling that this candy bark will not disappoint once I get to remove it from the fridge where it’s currently setting.
While I was making this bark, I definitely did my job well and took a bite of everything that went into it. I mean, I had to make sure that the cookie butter was good and the salted caramel sauce was just right. You never know if the manufacturer made a mistake when creating Biscoff cookies and chocolate always needs to go through quality control before it enters any of my recipes. But you already knew that, didn’t you?
So I asked myself how bad can it really be?? Is there such a thing as too much chocolate, caramel, or cookies? Since I answered all of those questions with a resounding no, I thought it was safe writing today’s post.
Either way, I am going to share this recipe with you!
It’s actually a fun experience to write my post before I get to see the final product. Today is backwards day for me, ha! I can hear myself typing faster and faster… I hear Cookie Butter & Salted Caramel Chocolate Cookie Candy Bark calling my name!
I am going to admit that I could have filled my time with something else until the candy bark was ready to go. There is some laundry to be ironed and a bathroom to be cleaned, but I don’t think I could have done a great job with either of those things while thinking about this bark. I just had to sit down and share with all of you, even though you don’t get to see or read any of this until later :).
I started out with a simple layer of melted dark chocolate. While the first layer was cooling in the fridge, I melted white chocolate and combined it with cookie butter. After spreading that melted yumminess over the first layer, I placed some Biscoff cookie chunks as well as some caramel bits on top. The final chocolate layer consists of more melted dark chocolate and cookie butter. Once that had been spread, more cookie chunks were added and I gave it a good drizzle of this Salted Caramel Sauce that I keep in the fridge for moments like this. A final sprinkling of sea salt and that’s it. Return it back to the fridge and try to do something productive while you wait for it to set completely.
I am so relieved that it turned out absolutely delicious. I love when that happens.
Okay, fellow bark lovers. I hope you get to make this one sometime soon. If you’ve never experienced cookie butter and chocolate together, I am warning you now – it’s incredibly addicting.
Hope you’re having an amazing week so far!!
- 18 oz dark chocolate, divided
- 8 oz white chocolate or almond bark
- 2/3 cup cookie butter, divided
- 1/4 cup caramel bits
- 12 Biscoff cookies, broken into pieces
- salted caramel sauce (about 1/2 cup)
- sea salt for sprinkling, optional
- 1. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper or a silpat liner.
- 2. In a microwave-safe bowl, melt 8 ounces of the dark chocolate. Using a rubber spatula, spread chocolate in an even layer onto lined baking sheet. Place in the fridge while you prepare the next layer.
- 3. In another microwave-safe bowl, melt white chocolate and once completely melted, stir in 1/3 cup cookie butter. Stir and combine well. Spread melted white chocolate mixture over the first dark chocolate layer. Place caramel bits and 6 Biscoff cookies broken into pieces on top. Return to the fridge and prepare final layer.
- 4. Melt the remaining 10 ounces of dark chocolate completely. Stir in 1/3 cookie butter and combine. Spread chocolate mixture over the white chocolate layer and top with remaining cookie chunks. Drizzle salted caramel sauce over the top (as much as desired). I sprinkled on additional sea salt, which is completely optional.
- Candy Bark will keep up to 2 weeks stored in an airtight container in your fridge.