Cranberry Macadamia Nut Bark14 Reviews
“This candy recipe is very pretty on gift trays and tasty too. If cranberries are not on hand, dried cherries or raisins will work beautifully in this recipe.” - by Cindy Carnes
Original recipe yields 1 - 1/2 pounds
- Line one 10x15 inch cookie sheet with aluminum foil.
- Place white confectioners' coating (almond bark) in a microwave safe bowl, and microwave on medium heat until melted. Stir in cranberries and nuts.
- Spread mixture out on foil, cool, and break into 1 1/ 2 inch pieces. Store in air tight container.
Amount Per Serving (24 total)
- 139 cal
- 9.2 g
- 13.8 g
Based on a 2,000 calorie diet
Reviews (14)Rate This Recipe
"This is delicious and couldn't be simpler to make! Like some others, I used salted cashews as I had a large can of those on hand. (And yes, they are MUCH more reasonably priced then Macadamia nuts.) I..." See more loved the combination of the sweet chocolate, slightly tart cranberries, and salty nuts. I will definitely make this again!"
"YUMMY!!! Not syruppy sweet, but is just right, beats all the holiday sugar, sugar, sugar. Looks pretty on the cookie/candy trays, a hit here, made it 4 times for the holidays, everybody loved it...." See more"
"I made this bark recipe along with several others to give as Christmas gifts. It was very easy to make and I liked the taste of the dried cranberries and macadamias in the white bark. After the hol..." See moreidays I asked my gift recipients to rate the barks from most favorite to least favorite. This came in as the LEAST favorite. In the future I will NOT make it again for gifts, but will make it for our family. By the way, the bark that was everyones favorite was the Oreo Cookie bark on this site."
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