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I have been in love with pomegranates for years.  In the last few years have become a little trendy due to the potential health benefits.  For me, though, they’re just the delicious tart jewels that my grandmother always served from a bowl during the holidays.

After gathering up the courage to try one as a very picky teen I was immediately hooked.  Since then I look forward to pomegranates coming into season each fall so that I can stock my refrigerator with the dark red fruits.  Getting all the arils out of the pomegranate was never my favorite part, but now you can even buy containers of fresh pomegranate arils from the refrigerated case at the grocery store.

Pomegranate Chocolate Bark Recipe

A few years ago I was experimenting with different recipes to find new ways to include either the arils or the juice.  I sprinkled them on salads, used a few to garnish cupcakes, and would use the juice to make a delicious glaze for chicken.  But my favorite discovery came when I was putting together my yearly food gift baskets for our friends and family.

As I poured out the chocolate for the bark I was making it struck me that not only would it taste great to sprinkle pomegranate arils across the bark, but that the bright, juicy gems would look beautiful contrasted against both white and dark chocolate.  So I pulled a few from the refrigerator to confirm my guess and was pleased with the results.  They’ve been one of my favorite winter treats ever since.

Pomegranate Chocolate Bark Recipe

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  • 4oz semi-sweet or dark chocolate
  • 4oz white chocolate
  • ½ C pomegranate arils
  1. Spray silicone mold with cooking spray; set aside.
  2. Place semi-sweet or dark chocolate in a shallow bowl and melt in the microwave on HIGH power for 1 minute.
  3. Remove and stir; continue to melt in 15-second intervals, if necessary.
  4. Fill molds ⅓-1/2 full, tapping gently to even the chocolate.
  5. Sprinkle with pomegranate arils, pressing down lightly.
  6. Repeat with the white chocolate and remaining pomegranate arils.

Pomegranate Chocolate Bark Recipe

Pomegranate White Chocolate Bark Recipe

Pomegranate Chocolate Bark Recipe

Feel free to sprinkle or not sprinkle with a little sea salt, too; it really makes chocolate flavors pop.  And you don’t have to do holiday-inspired shapes, like those above.  This works just fine poured out and broken into irregular pieces like in traditional chocolate bark recipes.  Whatever suits your fancy!

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What is your favorite pomegranate recipe?

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About Liza

Liza is a mom (5-year-old daughter, 20-year-old stepson, and 24-year-old stepdaughter) and wife living in Louisville. She loves spending time with her family, visiting the local zoo and parks, as well as planning travel adventures. Cooking and baking, DIY projects and crafts, and coffee - lots and lots of coffee - round out some of her other hobbies.

  12 Responses to “Pomegranate Chocolate Bark Recipe”

  1. […] Rocky Road Squares with a few other easy dessert recipes.  For example, I made some of my favorite Pomegranate Chocolate Bark to give out.  Baker’s Baking Chocolate in Semi-Sweet and White make these a breeze to put […]

  2. Your trees look so yummy. I love chocolate covered pomegranate candies (that I cheat and buy at the store!).

  3. this is so different, and looks yummy. I would love to make this for my family

  4. That sounds amazing. I have never made anything with pomegranate before. I have only eaten it straight before.

  5. Pomegranate and chocolate is such a good combination! I’ll have to try this recipe out!

  6. I love the idea of adding Pomegranate. How soon do you have to eat them before they get funky?

  7. I LOVE Pomegranate, I need to try these. They look so yummy!

  8. I love pomegranate and I love chocolate. This is amazing.

  9. I absolutely love this bark! I love the fresh pomegranates that you used. That is a dessert I can really enjoy!

  10. These would make really beautiful homemade gifts!!! Love the idea of making them in forms so that they are Christmas tree shaped! Thanks for sharing.

  11. theses look yummy and super cute!

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