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Chocolate Chip Cookie Bark

This decadent no-bake dessert will rock your world! Dark and white chocolate combines with Chips Ahoy cookies and mini chocolate chips in this tasty Chocolate Chip Cookie Bark!

Chocolate Chip Cookie Bark with Chips Ahoy

 Did I ever tell you about the time I almost got arrested?

Thought that’d get your attention!!
ok, let me break it down for you…
My long-time best friend came up to NJ for a visit from Austin, like she does once or twice a year.
We were freshman college roommates and have been together ever since…18 years later.
She loves going into Manhattan when she visits.
Ok, fine, all totally normal.
Here’s where it gets sketchy.
Said friend enjoys a stroll down Canal St during her day trips to the Big Apple.
For those of you unfamiliar with Canal St….it’s where they sell all sorts of purses, watches, perfumes, sunglasses and NYC memorabilia.  Most of these items are “quite a bargain”:
(We will give them super secret aliases)
Dolce Banana watches for $9
Louis Baton bags $25
Smucci sunglasses 2 for $10
and so on..
I am all for budget shopping so we made the trek downtown.
While strolling Canal St. you get approached by a lot of colorful characters…people wanting to make deals and negotiate pricing.
It was all touristy fun until a rather pleasant Asian woman hands us a black trash bag full of handbags bodes the question,”What you like?” I’m not super quick in pressure situations…
I get confused when I get a manicure and they say, “You pick color, 5 minutes
So needless to say I stood there, mouth gaping…
Now, to smarter girls, the offering of “Louis Baton” in a black trash bag might have been the first indicator that things weren’t completely kosher…but you know, the promise of discounted, designer handbags made us a little loopy.
 We opened the bag…hit hard in the face with the smell of fake leather, formaldehyde and I think a hint of baby unicorn death.
Here’s where it gets good…
My completely innocent friend and I thought we hit the jackpot!  We opened the bag…eyes glazing over at the prospect of a “Louis Baton” duffle-bag…or maybe it was the toxic fumes from counterfeit chemicals causing the glazing…either way we were speechless!
Next we were suddenly approached by an average gentleman with a mustache and mirrored sunglasses.
He was straight up Reno 911!
Who, just like in the movies, whipped out a Police badge.
Uh-oh.
The lady who offered us the trash bag full of “Louis Baton” took off like a bullet.  Seriously, Like. A. Bullet.
If my friend and I had been one person she would have severed us in half with her lightning speed.
But there we stood, still intact, 2 imbeciles holding a bag full of baby unicorn death looking, all at once, bewildered, guilty and amused.
Seriously we were in the middle of an undercover sting!
Awesome.
The cop looked at us, asked if we bought the purses, to which we (2 blond haired, blue eyed Texans) answered, the always clever, “umm, huh?  No habla ingles?”
The officer, decided not to waste his time on such inarticulate dummies and took off after the Asian Bolt of Lightning.
There we were left standing at the corner of Canal and Mulberry with a giant trash bag full of, apparently “counterfeit” and allegedly illegal handbags.
Now what?  Well, for fear of ending up with a poisonous dart in the backs of our necks we dropped the bag, only to be snatched by Nextel wielding cousin of the Asian Bolt.
For fear that Special Agent Purse Snatcher would be back to get us we decided to do what any law abiding citizen would do…we fled the scene.
Without making eye contact with anyone around we quickly needed a safe place, a shelter…luckily for us Little Italy intersects with Canal St.
Little Italy…where all the men think we are amazingly beautiful and call us “Bellisimo” and tempt us with canolli cream instead of Dolce Banana.
Drowning your fears in pastry is completely normal, right?
So, we escaped, purse and poisonous dart free.
Lesson learned, friends.
Never buy “Louis Baton” purses out of a trash bag sold on a street corner from an Asian Bolt.
You’ll thank me later.

How to Make Chocolate Chip Cookie Bark

All right, now onto the chocolate chip cookie bark!
This is a pretty straightforward recipe.
I got some solid inspiration from How Sweet It Is…I have been obsessing about her Cake Batter Bark ever since I saw it months ago.  It’s really genius.
A Collage of Images of Melting Dark Chocolate Over a Makeshift Double Broiler
Melt your dark chocolate in a double boiler or microwave.
*I most always use a make-shift double boiler (a glass bowl on top of a simmering pot of water) because I have made numerous mistakes in the microwave and killed many an ounce of perfectly delicious chocolate.
But certainly the choice is yours.
Line a baking sheet with foil and spray LIGHTLY with cooking spray.
Pour the melted dark chocolate onto prepared pan and spread.
Pop this into the freezer while you coarsely chop your Chips Ahoy.
Now melt your white chocolate over the double boiler or in the microwave.
When the white chocolate is melted, remove your dark chocolate from the freezer and pour the white over the dark.
A Spoon Spreading Melted White Chocolate Over Set Dark Chocolate in a Foil-Lined Pan
Spread evenly.
Now sprinkle your chopped cookies evenly over the chocolate.
An Index Finger Pressing Chips Ahoy Cookies into the White Chocolate Spread
Now your mini chocolate chips.
Four Pieces of Chocolate Chip Cookie Bark on a Long, White Dessert Plate
 Pop back in the freezer until set.
Cut (or break) into pieces.

Store chocolate chip cookie bark in a sealed container in the fridge.

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Four Pieces of Chocolate Chip Cookie Bark on a Long, White Dessert Plate

Chocolate Chip Cookie Bark

  • Author: Shelly
  • Prep Time: 10 minutes
  • Cook Time: 0 minutes
  • Total Time: 2 hours
  • Yield: 16 1x
  • Category: Dessert
  • Method: No-Bake
  • Cuisine: American

Description

This decadent no-bake dessert will rock your world! Dark and white chocolate combines with Chips Ahoy cookies and mini chocolate chips in this tasty Chocolate Chip Cookie Bark!


Ingredients

Scale
  • 6 oz. quality dark chocolate chopped
  • 10 oz quality white chocolate, chopped. I used Ghiradelli.
  • 2 cups chopped Chips Ahoy.
  • 2 Tablespoons mini chocolate chips

Instructions

  1. Melt your dark chocolate in a double boiler or microwave. *I most always use a make-shift double boiler (a glass bowl on top of a simmering pot of water) because I have made numerous mistakes in the microwave and killed many an ounce of perfectly delicious chocolate. But the choice is certainly yours.
  2. Line a baking sheet with foil and spray LIGHTLY with cooking spray.
  3. Pour the melted dark chocolate onto prepared pan and spread.
  4. Pop this into the freezer while you coarsely chop your Chips Ahoy.
  5. Now melt your white chocolate over the double boiler or in the microwave.
  6. When the white chocolate is melted, remove your dark chocolate from the freezer and pour the white over the dark.
  7. Spread evenly.
  8. Now sprinkle your chopped cookies evenly over the chocolate.
  9. Now your mini chocolate chips.
  10. Pop back in the freezer until set.
  11. Cut (or break) into pieces.
  12. Store in a sealed container in the fridge.

Keywords: chip bark, chocolate bark, easy no bake desserts

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50 comments on “Chocolate Chip Cookie Bark”

  1. Charlene Austin

    I have to tell you that I only just found your blog today and I've already made one of your recipes and laughed A LOT! You crack me up!

  2. the Bark looks super delicious, I may try it with my addiction: Chips ahoy Fudge Chunk cookies. And the Louis Baton/ Asian Bolt story was hilarious, glad you guys got away safely.

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