CBD Chocolate Bark for Two

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CBD Chocolate Bark for Two

Valentine's Day Dessert, Part One 💘

This decadent CBD oil-infused chocolate bark is a luxurious, sensual & wellness-promoting treat for you and your lover (feeds one just as nicely for those enjoying a self-love experience 😉). Pepper with Schizandra Berry Extract for a true (five-flavored) sensory delight!

Light some candles, turn on some sexy tunes (Barry White, anyone?) & enjoy! We'll leave you to Valentine's Day Dessert, Part Two....



100g / 3.5oz dark or bittersweet chocolate, roughly chopped
1 tsp Surthrival CBD3
2 tbsp cacao nibs, divided
3/4 tsp flaked sea salt, divided
1 tsp Surthrival Colostrum Powder
1 tsp Surthrival Schizandra Berry Extract

Additional suggested toppings:
Dried berries
Dried apple chunks
Toasted coconut
Almond slices
The skies the limit here!

Use a double broiler (Or create one yourself by pouring a few inches of water into a pan and bringing to a boil. Then grab a large stainless steel or heatproof glass bowl to place over the pan (not touching the water)). Put the chocolate into the bowl, stirring occasionally, until chocolate has melted. Remove from heat.

Immediately pour in CBD3, mixing until smooth, followed by half of the cacao nibs, sea salt and Colostrum powder. Cacao nibs give the bark a nice crunch. If you'd like the addition of a chewy texture, add in dried berries. Nuts can also lend an interesting flavor and texture to your bark! Once all of your extra ingredients have been added, stir (quickly! you don't want your chocolate to harden) until evenly distributed.

Pour the mixture onto a baking sheet (or add a thin layer to a fun-shaped baking mold) and smooth into an even layer.

Sprinkle the top with the rest of the cacao nibs, sea salt, the Schizandra Berry Extract and any other toppings you'd like to add.

Let cool for a bit, and then pop it into the refrigerator for 1 hour or until set.

Break apart by hand to serve! Enjoy! This bark will stay fresh in an airtight container for up to a month in the refrigerator.



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