Driscoll’s Strawberry Chocolate Bark Recipe

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After going crazy on the Valentine’s Day crafts and recipes over the last month, I thought I’d share just one more Valentine’s Day inspired recipe with you guys! The good people at Driscoll’s Berries sent me a few coupons to buy some of their delicious berries, and I came up with this super easy and delicious take on the classic chocolate bark…I love chocolate covered berries, but I think you’ll agree that this Driscoll’s Strawberry Chocolate Bark Recipe is equally awesome!

Of course you can skip the coconut if you prefer, but I absolutely love coconut!

Driscolls strawberry chocolate bark

Driscoll’s Strawberry Chocolate Bark Recipe


1 container of Driscoll’s strawberries
1 cup raw, whole flake coconut
12 ounces of quality dark or milk chocolate (we used milk)

Driscolls strawberry chocolate bark

Carefully wash and completely dry the strawberries.  Use a sharp knife to cut the strawberries into pieces roughly the size of a nickel.  Lay the strawberry pieces cut side down on a paper towel for about 10 minutes; this will absorb some of the juices and moisture in the berries.

Prepare a baking sheet with parchment paper.  Follow the package instructions for melting the chocolate; we opted for the microwave method which was perfectly fool proof.  When the berries have had enough time to rest and the chocolate is ready, pour it out onto the parchment paper.  We then swirled it into a circle while evening out the thickness.   Place the strawberries one at a time cut side down into the chocolate. Dust the top with the raw coconut, pressing the larger pieces into the chocolate just a bit.

Driscolls strawberry chocolate bark

Chill in the refrigerator until solid then cut into chunks with a sharp knife.

I found that just placing the tip of the knife into the hard chocolate in different places would cause it to splinter and break on its own in most spots.

Driscolls strawberry chocolate bark (4)


Keep chilled until ready to serve.  Best when enjoyed within a few hours of making.

Driscolls strawberry chocolate bark


We tend to buy a lot of Driscoll’s Berries, as Angeline and I eat a lot of strawberries and raspberries on a regular basis. You can do so many things with fresh berries, besides just eating them plain!

Check out this awesome Chocolate Covered Strawberries with Sprinkles Recipe on the Driscoll’s website!


Pretty delicious, right? You can find all kinds of information about the different types of berries available by Driscoll’s in your local grocery store on Driscolls.com. They have strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, blackberries – they even have organic options!

Don’t forget to check out the recipe section while you’re there – they have recipes for everything from appetizers to dessert!

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  1. Britni says

    This looks delicious and I love that you added coconut because I love coconut! Thanks for sharing on the weekend re-Treat link party!

    Britni @ Play. Party. Pin.

  2. says

    One of my husband’s favorite things is candy bark of any kind. I love strawberries and coconut. Put the two together and I think I’ve found the perfect treat to share after our Valentine’s dinner! Now if I can just figure out how to hide it from the kids….

  3. says

    Oh my goodness how funny, I actually pinned this recipe a few days ago and just found your site again! I LOVE this idea and definitely have it on my list to make!

  4. says

    Wow, that looks so good. This is one of those treats I’d have to hide my kids and splurge on after they’ve gone to bed. LOL I totally pinned it to try to make, but I don’t think I’ll be able to hide it from my kids.

  5. says

    Yum! I have all the stuff to make this right now! I was thinking about buying candy melts for a recipe like this but I didn’t even think about using regular milk chocolate! Love this! Pinning!

  6. Cathy says

    Thanks for sharing at the Happiness Is Homemade Link Party! Pinning to the party board, shared on G+ and can’t wait to see what happiness posts you share next week! Have a terrific week!

  7. says

    These strawberries look amazing, love the idea of the bark and the dipped strawberries…wish I had some now :-) I pinned this to make for later and I found this amazing post on Happiness in HOmemade link party..yum!


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