Tropical White Chocolate Bars

Something sweet for the last hot summer days to dream away on some tropical island 😉 I made these white chocolate bars actually some time ago, but they where really delicious, especially when eaten straight out of the fridge! I have to admit that they were quite sweet, but sometimes that’s just what one needs, right 😉

I was first planning to fill these delicious bars with something else, but than I checked my pantry first and came across a package with dried tropical fruits like pineapple, coconut, raisins, bananas and papaya. It hit me, that this would be just perfect to use for my white chocolate bars! I love it when things come together, like it was meant to be like this! And it is as simple as can be…

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Tropical Bars

  • Prepare an oven dish by adding some oil to it and cover it with cling film. The oil ensures that the clingfilm will come out easily in the end 😉
  • Cut the chocolate into pieces and melt it either in the microwave or in a heat proof bowl above simmering water (make sure the water does not touch the bowl with chocolate!)
  • Cut the marshmallows in small pieces and mix it together with the dried fruits. I left some of the banana pieces aside for decorations afterwards.
  • Mix the melted chocolate with the marshmallows and the fruit together and fill in the prepared oven tin.
  • Let everything set in the fridge for about an hour before cutting it into pieces.
  • Enjoy 🙂

Ingredients:

  • 300g white chocolate
  • 75g marshmallows
  • 100g dried fruits (like tropical fruits)
Tropical White Chocolate Bars
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Ingredients
  1. 300g white chocolate
  2. 75g marshmallows
  3. 100g dried fruits (like tropical fruits)
Instructions
  1. Prepare an oven dish by adding some oil to it and cover it with cling film. The oil ensures that the clingfilm will come out easily in the end 😉
  2. Cut the chocolate into pieces and melt it either in the microwave or in a heat proof bowl above simmering water (make sure the water does not touch the bowl with chocolate!)
  3. Cut the marshmallows in small pieces and mix it together with the dried fruits. I left some of the banana pieces aside for decorations afterwards.
  4. Mix the melted chocolate with the marshmallows and the fruit together and fill in the prepared oven tin.
  5. Let everything set in the fridge for about an hour before cutting it into pieces.
  6. Enjoy 🙂
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