Boil water in a sauce pan and line your cookie sheet with parchment paper.
Pour the chocolate, of your choice, into a bowl.
For the dark chocolate, I used a half bag of milk chocolate and a half bag of semi-sweet.
Prepare all toppings ahead of time.
For example, we crushed almonds, pecans, Oreos and had unsweetened organic coconut chips on hand. I have the kids place them in plastic baggies and beat the Baggie against the counter or lightly roll artillery over the bag.
Place bowl on top of the saucepan.
Note: do not allow the water to touch the bowl.
Stir often until the chocolate melts.
Spread your chocolate over your parchment paper and create a rectangle.
Note: I suggest you wipe off the steam that builds on the bottom of the bowl so it doesn’t fall into your chocolate.
Add your toppings and use the same spoon or butter knife to incorporate it within the chocolate.
Note: licking the spoon is a must!
Place in the freezer or refrigerator for at least 2 hours. I placed mine in the freezer over night.
Once hardened, break into piece. I broke them by hand, carefully, as I didn’t want the toppings to fall off.
Enjoy and be ready to awe your guests.
If you wish, you can microwave it, in a microwaveable bowl, in the microwave, in 10 second increments. Simply mix between each 10 second countdown.