Passover is almost here, and one of my favorite holiday treats is Matzo with chocolate. It’s crunchy, chocolatey and addictive, and this is such a great idea for a sweet gift to give to your Seder hosts or if you’re hosting this year – to your guests.
This matzo chocolate bark is so easy to make and only takes a few minutes of preparation. It’s made of crunchy matzo topped with melted white and dark chocolate and lots of nuts. You can use any kind of chocolate you like and garnish with any topping you prefer and get different matzo chocolate bark every time. It’s a great recipe to make with kids too!
Matzo Chocolate Bark
For the matzo chocolate bark:
- 2 matzo
- 75 grams dark chocolate
- 75 grams white chocolate
- 30-40 grams roasted pistachio coarsely chopped
- 30-40 grams caramelized hazelnuts bits
- Some sea salt optional
Place the matzo on top of a baking pan lined with baking paper.
Melt the dark and white chocolate (separately) in the microwave or over double boiler).
Pour the melted dark chocolate on one of the matzos and straighten in a uniform layer.
Sprinkle with hazelnuts bits or pistachios and some ground salt.
Pour the melted white chocolate onto the other matzo and straighten in a uniform layer.
Sprinkle with pistachios and/or hazelnuts bits and a little salt.
Freeze for about 10 minutes until the chocolate set on the matzo.
Cut into asymmetric pieces and serve.
- You can decorate with anything you like: chopped nuts, ground coconut, chocolate chips, cookie crumbs and anything else you like.
- Keep the chocolate bark in a sealed box in the freezer for up to a month.
- You can also use milk chocolate.