Customer reviews & ratings
Made a new treat with my Aunt E. using this chocolate in her receipe while at a reunion. When I got home I hunted high and low for this chocolate. It is the most delicious chocolate coating I've had. It is also microwavable for those of us who are not great cooks. Everyone in the household loved it! BTW the easy treat is using sunshine crackers with a generous dollop of your favorite peanut butter between 2 crackers, making a sandwich. Then, dip the whole thing into the chocolate and place on cookie sheet with wax paper or aluminum foil laid on top. Put in fridge for about 5-10 minutes to set chocolate and eat. Soooooo good! Hint: 4 blocks of chocolate will coat 1 stack of crackers. I melted the chocolate in about 2 minutes in an 800 watt microwave. Careful not to burn chocolate.
We use almond bark all year in our baking treats! Easy to use!
i looove this chocolate
Its delicious and so easy to work with. It goes on really nice and its just perfect. I can even thin it out and it still works. I will always use this product.
Product as good as expected plus deliver much earlier than quoted.
Watch it closely and microwave blocks for a fast way to make chocolate pretzels or strawberries. Tastes good, fast and very well priced too.
Easy to work with and can do a lot
I personally microwave mine at 60% for 45 seconds, keeping an eye on it so it melts well. IF it gets too thick due to needing to reheat to thin it, just add a tablespoon of vegetable oil.
not available in in-store
I've been looking for this product in Walmart store close to my house. But it's not in the shelves for a while. I already check 3 Walmart store and the same result it's not there. unlike before (a couple of months ago) I can easily get it in the my Walmart store. I just hoping that you will put it back in the shelves. coz this is a great item.
Plymouth Pantry Almond Bark Chocolate Baking Bar
It heated at lowest temp in the microwave. Its delicious! I threw mixed nuts on the leftover and that was just yummy too!
Very easy to melt in the microwave. Great for Christmas. Melt in microwave add peanuts and dip out by the spoonful then put in freezer for about 10 minutes. Great candy
Wonderful for dipping strawberries.
Great for peanut clusters
I use the chocolate almond bark to make my peanut clusters. Just melt in the microwave, add the peanuts, stir and then spoon out on wax paper. So easy and everyone loves them.
Great for Homemade Mint-Chocolate Cookies
I make thin mint-chocolate "cookies" using a full package of Plymouth Pantry Chocolate Flavored Coating, 2 Tbsp. shortening, 1/8 to 1/4 tsp. peppermint oil, and 3 stacks of Ritz-type crackers. I melt the coating and shortening together in the microwave oven in a quart measuring cup, stir in the peppermint oil (not water-based flavoring!), and dip the crackers using tongs and shaking off the excess coating. I lay out the dipped crackers on wax paper to harden then store in a resealable plastic container. I get close to 100 "cookies" for my efforts. My wife, children, grandchildren, and friends all enjoy them and ask for more year 'round. Plymouth Pantry's chocolate flavor is the best of the coatings I have tried.
Best chocolate for my homemade peanut butter cups
This is the best chocolate for melting anywhere!
Worked very well. Will buy again.
Plymouth Almond Bark
Easy to melt & tastes great.
I like it
This stuff is great for holidays. It arrived broken, but it will be melted, so I am not concerned
Made some chocolate covered pretzel rods and almond bark works great and tastes great too
Never lets me down
I use this to make Oreo balls and Walmart is the only place I can find it. This works a lot better than any other hardening chocolate.
Great for Baking projects
Check out the cake pops you can make with this great product at Bakerella.com. I made them with the kids this holiday season and they just can't get enough of it. Wish it was available all year round. But will settle for stocking up on this thing.
I never knew what this was, someone told me about it. Works great!