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Cheerios Chocolate Bark

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Cheerios going gluten-free has not only upped my breakfast game, but it is totally spicing up my recipe game too! From Cheerios marshmallow treats and chocolates to Cheerios pancakes and cookies, the possibilities are endless! One of my favorite recipes is my Chocolate Bark. It’s easy, tasty, and gives you the opportunity to be creative. Why? Well the toppings are for your choosing, and if you’re like me and enjoy chocolate with a little crunch, a Cheerios/Chocolate Bark combo is calling your name. For the chocolate lovers out there, this is for you. Warning: you will be addicted.

This recipe is fun for parents and kids, and great for when you need a simple dessert for a group get-together!

What you need:
1 Cup of Cheerios– I like to use Frosted Cheerios!
1 bag of Chocolate Chips
Assortment of dried fruit — Mix and quantity is up to you!
Parchment Paper

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What You Will Do:
Place the chocolate morsels in a microwavable bowl and heat for 90 seconds. Stir, and then heat again for 30 seconds. Chocolate should be fully melted!

With a large spoon, scoop melted chocolate and pour into a circle on parchment paper.

Mix your assorted dried fruits and Cheerios and sprinkle over melted chocolate.

Place parchment paper in refrigerator and let it cool/solidify for 30 minutes.

That’s it! You’re done! The chocolate will separate from the parchment paper with no problem. I recommend keeping the chocolates refrigerated until use, or let them sit in a dark, cool area.

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For more on Cheerios and their new GF offerings, check out our post on Cheerios here, or visit their website for more information!

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