Chocolate Chalkboards

Apparently most of the country is back in school, so these treats might be a titch late.

However, we’re still soaking up the hot summer rays here in MN. Ha.

These would be a neat teacher appreciation gift, too.

I cannot say who originally created this idea, but I found two versions. Check out Dollhouse Bake Shoppe and Hungry Happenings for their chalkboards!


Chocolate Chalkboards

Idea adapted from Dollhouse Bake Shoppe and Hungry Happenings

You will need:

1 package Chocolate CandiQuik


Powdered Sugar

Thin breadsticks or pretzel sticks

Optional: almonds or peanuts


Melt Chocolate CandiQuik according to the package directions.

Smooth the entire tray of coating onto a large flat surface covered with parchment paper. Parchment paper. Not wax paper. Wax paper will leave white stuff (aka wax) on the bottom of the block of chocolate. Don’t ask how I know.

Here you can (and should) sprinkle almonds or salted peanuts for a little crunch and bark-type treat!

Plus, this is the back of the chalkboard, so it won’t be seen.

Next, cut the chocolate into rectangles. Mine were about 5 x 2.5″


Use a toothpick to etch on your designs. Make sure you are etching on the back of the coating.

Smooth powdered sugar over the bar…

I used these thin breadsticks for the border of the chalkboards. Simply use your toothpick to apply a little coating to the edge of the bar and press the sticks on.

These were cute, but I would definitely use pretzel sticks next time.

finally, you can clean up the chalkboards with a partially wet paper towel.


How easy was that?!


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