Rainbow flavoured rainbow chocolate! Yes you read that right. Rainbow coloured chocolate that tastes just like you are eating a rainbow. If you love chocolate then you are definitely going to love having bursts of different flavours pop in your mouth with each bite.
WHAT DOES RAINBOW FLAVOURED CHOCOLATE TASTE LIKE
I’ve taken your standard white chocolate to the next level with:
- Sweet and sour raspberry
- Warming orange
- Zingy lemon
- Nutty pistachio
- Fruity blueberry
- Perfumey lavender
With each bite you will be hit with a different combo of flavours. Taking your tastebuds on an amazing journey.
WHAT CAN YOU MAKE WITH RAINBOW CHOCOLATE
With my easy 30 minute recipe you can make three different styles of chocolate that will WOW! Anyone who sees them and put you on a pedestal when they take their first bite.
So with my 1 simple recipe I give you 6 flavours and 3 different styles of chocolate that look great aesthetically and taste fantastically amazing. It’s a win win.
You can make:
- Rainbow chocolate bars
- Rainbow bark – A neat one. Very Posh
- An artistic one, your inner artist will be unleashed
RAINBOW CHOCOLATE BAR
If you have a chocolate mould then a rainbow flavoured chocolate bar is the most impressive. You get the clean cut lines which gives you chocolate a professional touch and also each flavour is separate so you can easily decide what you want to sink your teeth into.
RAINBOW CHOCOLATE BARK – NEAT
The neat rainbow bark takes the longest but is worth the extra minutes. This chocolate bark as well as the artistic one is great cake and dessert decoration.
It would work exceptionally well with a flavoured rainbow cake. Click here for my rainbow cake that tastes like a rainbow recipe.
RAINBOW CHOCOLATE BARK – ARTISTIC
If you want to have some fun and embrace the artist inside you, then this rainbow chocolate bark is the one for you. It looks amazing. Every piece is unique and so much fun to create.
EASY RAINBOW CHOCOLATE BARS & BARK
These rainbow flavoured chocolate bars and bark are so easy and fun to do it’s great for the kids to do with you or on their own it’s that simple. They are ready from start to finish in less than 30 minutes and make a great gift.
Watch my video below to see my girls making these chocolates with me and on their own.
THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CHOCOLATE, CANDY MELTS & COMPOUND CHOCOLATE
In my recipe card below you will see that I use candy melts. I use them because I don’t need to temper my chocolate and I can buy them already coloured. If I used white chocolate I would have to temper it so it wouldn’t melt at room temperature and also buy special food dye to colour it. So using candy melts makes it quicker and cheaper to make this recipe. But you can definitely make these with white chocolate if you want to temper it and dye it.
If you are not a baker you may find the terms, chocolate, candy melts and compound chocolate a little confusing. So here is a brief summary of what these three types of chocolates are.
All chocolate contains varying amounts of sugar, cocoa butter, full cream milk powder, cocoa liquor, lecithin and cocoa. When chocolate is melted if it is not tempered before setting it will melt at room temperature and it wont have a crisp snap or shiny appearance.
Candy melts do not contain cocoa. The cocoa butter is replaced with vegetable fats and in exchange the chocolate doesn’t need to be tempered after being melted. Candy melts can be bought in many different colours so you don’t need to dye them.
Compound chocolate is the same as candy melts. The cocoa butter has been replaced with vegetable fats so tempering isn’t needed.
- 340 g Red chocolate candy melts
- 340 g Orange chocolate candy melts
- 340 g Yellow chocolate candy melts
- 340 g Green chocolate candy melts
- 340 g Blue chocolate candy melts
- 340 g Purple chocolate candy melts
- Freeze dried raspberries
- Orange zest
- Lemon zest
- Pistachios (ground to your liking)
- Dried blueberries
- Lavender sugar
- 6 bowls
- 6 spoons
- zester/ grater
- pestle and mortar/ grinder
- silicone chocolate mould
- baking paper
- knife/skewer or something pointy
- Melt each of your coloured chocolate in a separate bowl
- Add your freeze dried raspberries to your red chocolate
- Add your orange zest to your orange chocolate
- Add your lemon zest to your yellow chocolate
- Add your pistachios to your green chocolate
- Add your blueberries to your blue chocolate
- Add your lavender to your purple chocolate
- Give all your chocolates a good stir
RAINBOW CHOCOLATE BARS
- Put your red chocolate across the first section of your candy mould
- Followed by your orange, yellow, green, blue and ending with your purple
- Tap your mould on your work surface a few times to get rid of any air bubbles
- Put your chocolate mould in the fridge to set for 10 minutes
- Take out the fridge and peel back your mould
- Voila a beautiful vibrant rainbow coloured chocolate bar that tastes amazing so bite in and enjoy
RAINBOW BARK NEAT
- Put your baking paper on a tray
- At the top of your baking paper make a 2cm thick line with your red chocolate going across to what ever length you like
- Under you red add the same size line of orange chocolate underneath
- Continue adding your yellow, green, blue and purple chocolate
- With your knife starting at the top of your red chocolate run it down through each colour all the way to purple then across a few mm and back up to red and continue with this wave motion until you reach the other side of your chocolate
- Put it in the fridge to set for 10 minutes
- With a sharp knife cut your chocolate into whatever shapes you like
- Decorate any cake or desert you desire, pack them up as a gift or enjoy the subtle mixture of flavours with each bite
RAINBOW BARK ARTISTIC
- Lay your baking paper on a tray
- Get what ever chocolate tickles you fancy and make some blobs
- Get another colour and blob away
- Go through all your chocolate blobbing and splatting away letting your artistic juices run wild and free
- Make sure when you are finished there are no gaps and all the chocolate joins together
- Leave to set in the fridge for 10 minutes
- As this is an artistic piece lift your chocolate up in the air and let it drop into beautiful little pieces of art
- Take a few pictures because it's going to look like a master piece then devour and enjoy different bursts of flavour hitting your taste buds all at once (",)
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