Toffee and Chocolate Chip Brownie Bark

 This might possibly be the best bark ever! It’s taking my brownie obsession to a whole new level. Once you start eating it, you won’t be able to stop. So read on at your own risk!


You probably know by now that I don’t need a special day or occasion to come up with a sweet treat. But I’ve always felt like Friday nights deserve a special something something. And by special I mean a treat that takes not much effort to prepare and tastes out of this world amazing. Preferably a snackable item that puts you in just the right mood as you exhale and realize it’s weekend time!

Exactly what I’m going to give you today. Yes, there’s such a thing as brownie bark/brittle. Can you even imagine my reaction when I first discovered its existence?


I am not picky when it comes to brownies. I’m just as happy about a gooey middle piece than I am about a chewy corner. Adam on the other hand is all about the corners.

If you are anything like my hubby, you will love this bark. While there is a noticeable chewy texture throughout the entire bark, it’s also on the crunchy side, which is why it’s so addictive. Very reminiscent of thin cookies or sweet crackers, but still in a league of its own. We seriously couldn’t get enough.


It all started with one of those side ads on the internets. Yes, I clicked right on over and intensely studied everything they had to offer on their brownie brittle site. They used words like one-of-a-kind, must-try, new invention and (you probably guessed by now) completely drew me in. The only kicker was that it’s only available to order online. Which means having to pay for shipping and wait several days for it to arrive in the mail. I am not that desperate I told myself. So I quickly closed my window and thought the temptation was averted.

Until I took a trip to Costco the following day. Who knew they sold ginormous bags of it just 2 minutes away from my house?! I still wasn’t willing to give in, but knew it was only a matter of time before I would try my hand at it.


All the delicious thoughts that are entering your mind right about now are true.

Make it. Eat it. Love it!


You will want to turn on your oven for this one. I promise. It’s more than worth it and you’ll be happy you did. You could even mix things up and add anything you want. Mint chocolate, white chocolate chips, whatever floats your boat. There’s absolutely no need to pay the gourmet price for something that tastes even better made from scratch.


 Have a lovely weekend, friends!

Toffee and Chocolate Chip Brownie Bark
Yields 30
You haven't had brownies until you try them in bark form. These chewy squares are the ultimate sweet treat. Definitely a new family favorite!
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  1. 1/2 cup all-purpose flour
  2. 1/4 teaspoon salt
  3. 1/4 teaspoon baking soda
  4. 2 large egg whites
  5. 1 cup granulated sugar
  6. 2 tablespoons cocoa powder
  7. 1/4 cup canola oil
  8. 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
  9. 1 tablespoon dry milk or nonfat dry milk powder
  10. 1/2 cup semisweet chocolate chips, divided
  11. 1/2 cup toffee bits (such as Heath), divided
  1. Preheat oven to 325 degrees F. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and set aside.
  2. 1. In a medium bowl, whisk together flour, salt, and baking soda.
  3. 2. In another medium bowl, whisk the two egg whites until they're frothy. Add sugar, cocoa powder, oil and vanilla until a smooth batter forms. Next, add milk powder and then mix in flour mixture, whisking until fully incorporated.
  4. 3. Fold in 1/4 cup chocolate chips and 1/4 cup toffee bits.
  5. 4. Pour batter onto the prepared baking sheet, spreading it out as thin as possible. Sprinkle remaining chocolate chips and toffee bits on top. Place in the oven and bake for 20 minutes. Remove and using a sharp knife or pizza cutter, cut it into equal-sized squares (do not separate them). Return pan to the oven and bake for another 5 minutes. Remove and let cool completely before breaking into pieces.
  1. Bark can be stored in an airtight container at room temperature for 5 days.
Adapted from kingarthurflour
Adapted from kingarthurflour
Deliciously Yum!


  1. Wow, I think this just might be my favorite recipe EVER, Kathi! I am drooling over your pictures. I am a huge fan of brownie brittle (just posted about it a few days ago), but this definitely looks like it could rival it. And I love that this is home-made, too! Pinned!

  2. These look absolutely scrumptious! Love the idea of brownie bark- I love anything chocolate. Great idea!

  3. girrrrl are you serious? incredible!! love me some toffee and texture, and this baby has both ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. I have just discovered your blog.. and glad I did.. ๐Ÿ™‚ these brownie barks are to die for.. they look so delicious.. love it!!

  5. After Gayle posted about brownie brittle earlier this week I knew I wanted to make a homemade version. It sounds amazing! I am so glad you posted this. I am going to try a gluten free version this weekend!

  6. Your desserts are just awesome! Brownie bark = genius!

  7. wow… these look “deliciously yum”!! These brownies look melt-in-your-mouth good!

  8. Oh my goodness, this is amazing!! I’m an equal opportunist when it comes to brownies (hi, middle piece or chewy corner) – and now brownie bark. What a great recipe, Kathi! Hope you have a nice weekend. ๐Ÿ™‚

    • You and me both ;). As long as it’s a brownie, I’m a happy camper. Thank you so much for your comment, Alyssa. Hope you had a great weekend, too!

  9. Wow, my mouth is watering for this brownie bark. I seriously need these now. Pinning and making this weekend!

  10. 1) I love your new logo! 2) I would LOVE to devour this brownie bark! It looks so good and as usual you’ve combined flavours amazingly!! So pinning this!

    • Thank you so much, Jessica. I am so grateful for my new design and this brownie discovery :). Your comments always make me happy!

  11. Brownie bark??? How have I never heard of this before!?! This looks amazing … and I can see how it would be addictive! Holy yum!

  12. Gooey , chewy & crunchy? My type of treat:)

  13. BROWNIE bark? Where has this been all my life???

  14. I am a corner girl too, I love the crispy edges of the brownies. I honestly can’t tell you how excited I am to make this Kathi!

  15. Holy cow brownie bark? Oh my yum – it looks amazing, Kathi!!!

  16. Kathi! I am from Minnesota too, from one of the suburbs of Minneapolis – but my husband and I live in IL right now. Always love meeting food bloggers from Minnesota! And the flavors in this are to die for!!

    • I had no idea – I am always thrilled to “meet” fellow Minnesota bloggers :). So fun! Thanks for stopping by and thank you so much for your sweet comment!

  17. Gretchen says:

    What size pan do you cook the bark in?

  18. this is a question not me question ur use of it but is there a reason why it uses milk powder.some scientific reason.ive never used milk powder before and wondered if it is partly the reason this bark is so lovely.
    i deff want to make this one.

    • I was actually wondering the same thing, Kate. So I did some research. Milk powder is often used in bread baking since it helps with the rising and tenderness of the loaf. I think that’s what makes this bark somewhat chewy. It also helps with carmelization and browning, which is why the bark’s surface turned out so beautifully. Hope that answers your question and that you give it a try sometime ๐Ÿ™‚

  19. Seeing as how my wife won’t eat anything I cook, I’m free to experiment to my hearts desire. I love adding marmalade to my brownies as well as expresso and dates. Last nights experiment was adding rice crisppies because I like “crunch”. But it failed miserably. Any suggestions? How can I add crunch to my brownies? Should I make thinner brownies as in this recipe? Normally I use a 9″x13″ glass.

  20. Hi i tried baking this earlier but i didn’t achieve that beautiful shiny crackly surface like yoursโ€ฆ.did i do anything wrong? any tips?
    thank you for the recipe!!

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