Almond Truffle Bark with Lemon and Smoked Flake Sea Salt

The other day I experienced a complete “Julie and Julia” moment, when I was gifted two unique culinary items from a kind and dear women. The gifts were two different flavors of Flake Sea Salts; Lemon and Smoked. I was contemplating what to do with these ingredients, and I knew it had to be a something special… Therefore, there is nothing more special to me than of course, CHOCOLATE. So, a crunch from Almonds, melt in your mouth chocolate combined with these amazingly delicious smokey and citrus salts…

I have for you one word for you: SEXY

Ingredients

1/2 Cup Almonds, Toasted

1/2 Cup Semi Sweet Chocolate Chips

1 Tablespoon Organic Butter, Unsalted

1/2-1 teaspoon of each Flake Sea Salt

Directions

First toast the almonds in a pan for about 4 minutes on medium heat. As soon as they begin to brown and you can smell them, they are done and set aside. In another pan melt together the chocolate chips and butter. Prepare a piece of parchment paper by placing it on a baking pan. Place the almonds on the paper, and pour the melted chocolate over the almonds and lastly put the Lemon Salt on half of the almond chocolate bark and the Smoked Salt on the other half. Place in the fridge to cool for at least 2 hours. When you are ready to enjoy, break the truffles into pieces and enjoy each elegant bite.

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One thought on “Almond Truffle Bark with Lemon and Smoked Flake Sea Salt

  1. I KNEW you could do it! This looks heavenly; do the two different salt flavors mesh well? I was worried about the smoke one, but had no doubt you could create something amazing!

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