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Candy - Bark -  White Chocolate Brickle Bars Post by :JPhack Category :Learning Kitchen Author :Unknown Date :December 2011 Read :718

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Candy - Bark - White Chocolate Brickle Bars

1 lb white chocolate
1 cup almonds
1 pkg brickle chips


Melt white chocolate, stir in almonds and brickle chips. Spread out on foil lined cookie sheet (shiny side up). Let set then break into pieces.
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