Cranberry, Macadamia and Pistachio Caramilk Chocolate Bark

Date :
January 7, 2022

Cranberry Macadamic Chocolate BarkEasy Cranberry, Macadamia and Pistachio Caramilk Chocolate Bark

Do you always have leftover chocolates, dried fruit and nuts after Christmas? Once the Christmas fruit cakes, puddings and cookies have been baked, there are often leftover ingredients waiting to be used up. This Cranberry, Macadamia and Pistachio Caramilk Chocolate Bark will use up those ingredients.  

This recipe is based on the most popular chocolate bark recipe on the internet by Bake Play Smile. But we’ve given this bark an Aussie twist by using Australian grown macadamia nuts.  

Tips for making your Chocolate Bark

You can use any chocolate to make your bark base. I used milk chocolate with a Caramilk swirl for a creamy bark, but it also gave it a delightful swirl pattern beneath the fruit and nuts.  

Use up whatever leftover fruits, nuts or seeds you have sitting in the pantry. I had leftover macadamias, pistachios and cranberries for this bark recipe.   

Once made, allow the chocolate bark to set for an hour before retrieving from the fridge to serve.  

Ingredients and Utensils

  • Cranberry Macadamia Chocolate Bark Ingredients350gms Milk Chocolate 
  • 200gms of Caramilk Chocolate 
  • 1 cup of roasted macadamia nuts 
  • 1 cup of dried cranberries 
  • 1/2 cup of pistachios 
  • Baking tray with compostable baking paper 
  • Microwave jug 
  • Skewer 
  • Spatula and spoon 


  1. Melt your milk chocolate in 30 second bursts in the microwave until it is completely melted. 
  2. Pour and smooth out the chocolate on your prepared baking tray using a spatula. 
  3. Melt your Caramilk chocolate in 30 second bursts in the microwave. 
  4. Dollop the Caramilk onto the milk chocolate base. 
  5. Use a skewer to swirl around the Caramilk. 
  6. Sprinkle the macadamia nuts over the chocolate base. 
  7. Sprinkle the cranberries. 
  8. Sprinkle the pistachios. 
  9. Place in the fridge to set for an hour.  

You may need to keep the tray out of the fridge for 10 minutes before you attempt to cut the bark into pieces.  

Cranberry Macadamia Chocolate Bark

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