Still looking for Eid Gift ideas? This year has been a little (very) crazy. I’ve had a 17 month old who would be up 2-4 hours at night, suffice to say I was exhausted during the day. I didn’t have a chance to get, make or even plan out my Eid gifts this year. An idea came to me, simple and easy yet yummy and handmade. I do like giving handmade gifts, last year I gave brownie mix jars hard to family and playdough to all my sons little friends.
This year I handed out almond, toffee, salted chocolate bark to our friends and family. I also made cute printables to go with them. Keep reading for the recipe and free printables.
The size of my bags were 13cm but I made the printables slightly bigger so they’d fit a snack size snap lock bag as well. You could use them as is on a bag or cut the edges to fit. I made them in green and black and there’s 3 on a page to save from excessive printing.
Click the green image for the green version or the black for the black labels. Enjoy!
- 1/4 cup sugar
- 1/3 cup almonds
- 800 g milk chocolate
- 400 g dark chocolate
- Lay a piece of baking paper on a flat tray. Place your sugar into a flat pan on medium to high heat. Ensure your sugar is dvey spread onthe pan. When the sugar dissolves and begins to turn an amber colour, remove from the heat and pour into your baking paper and spread thin and evenly.
- Chop your almonds and set aside in a bowl. Once your toffee (cooked sugar) has set, cut it with a knife. This will cause the toffee to crack and shatter into small shards. Set aside the shards in a bowl.
- Lay baking paper on 3 flat trays. I melted my chocolate in 2 lots as it was easier to work with.
- Chop 200g dark chocolate and 400g milk chocolate into small pieces. Melt your chocolate in a metal/glass bowl over a pot of simmering water, ensure the water does not touch the bottom of the bowl.
- Melt the chocolate until almost all the pieces have become smooth and liquid.
- Remove from the heat and stir until smooth and shiny. Pour 2 serving spoons of chocolate into each tray and spread to approximately 3mms. If the chocolate is too thin, it will snap easily.
- Sprinkle your almonds, toffee shards and salt onto the chocolate.
- Leave aside to set.
- Break up pieces by hand and place in bags.
- Repeat steps 4-9 for the rest of the chocolate.
6 thoughts on “Chocolate bark and Eid Mubarak Labels”
Jazakom Allah Khayran. Very nice labels. I looked for them for a long time so we can use it inEId gifts. Is it possible to have Eid moubarak in Arabic ?
Love this idea! And I love that you love printables 😀
Jzk Allah kheir about to print these and make some bark for upcoming eid
You’re welcome. Post some pictures to my Facebook page so I can see 🙂 Hop they turn out well.
JazakAllah Khair for sharing. Love these.
Looks good and Yummy, Thanks for sharing