Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Avalanche Bark






If you've ever been to the Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory, I'm sure you've noticed the Avalanche Bark.  It's  hard to miss and one of my favorites.  So when I found the recipe, I couldn't resist making them at home.  I've now added these to my list of homemade Christmas gifts for next year, because they are fantastic (and so easy to make).

27 comments:

annelise said...

Val, I wish I had half of your dedication to exercise! I have all of your dedication (plus more) to eating sweet stuff like this, but I need some of the other side! This looks like heaven.

Diana Mieczan said...

I cant wait to try this Avalanche Bark recipe. You always find such a yummy stuff:) happy Tuesday,sweetie
Kisses

Cara said...

never heard of this before, but looks delish!

PursuitOfLLT said...

looks great! and i love anything that is easy to make. the less steps, the better!

Same Sweet Girl: Memoir of a Southern Belle said...

Ooooh this looks delicious!!!!! I always walk right past the chocolate place because it would be all over if I stepped inside. Hahaha :)

Annie said...

Valerie, you are just so good at making treats!! These will be so cute (and delish) as gifts next year!

Annie said...

And thank you so much for the birthday wishes! xo

Andrea said...

Yummy, these look delish!

Elle Sees said...

you're killing me with these awesome treats. and the best part is zero calories! right?

Lindsay said...

I LOVE rice krispie treats so these look amazing!

Marcie said...

Yum. You are such a creative baker. I love that last photo too! Very pretty.

xo Marcie

PS- Did you ever decide on a camera?

Josie said...

Honestly, Valerie, you make the tastiest-looking things! This looks absolutely delectable.
xo Josie
http://winksmilestyle.blogspot.com

Chicago Mom (Heather) said...

I lost 3 pounds this week (I'm dieting). So your blog has become TORTURE. I plan on making all these yummies in a couple months or maybe next holiday season. They all sound soooo good! How do you stay so skinny? Seriously girl you look so good!

Jaime @ La vie...J'aime said...

yummy! that looks so addicting!

this free bird said...

Val I'm going in for the kill on this one...every ingredient is in the kitchen as we speak!!

xo,
C

Gabriel said...

This stuff is Awesome! You've got to be quick though because this stuff is so good it doesn't last long!

caknitter said...

Wow, you make the best treats!

Katie said...

That looks so good!

Lindsay With An "A" said...

Girl, you are such a little baker! I've made a couple of your recipes and have loved them. This is one I'll have to try as well :)

http://lindsaylovesitall.blogspot.com

Kirsten said...

Rocky Mountains Apple Pie caramel apple. Yep pretty much the best thing ever!

style'n said...

we are snowed in today...this might be perfect to make with ariyana :)

Torrie said...

Looks delicious!

I definitely wouldn't mind that as a gift! :)

Alicia@ eco friendly homemaking said...

These look awesome. I have already been looking to see if I have all the ingredients on hand to make these!Thanks so much for stopping by my blog. I really appreciate it!

Styles 'n Cream said...

This looks amazing. I really want to try it but I'll have to be patient, trying to cleanse and detox right now.

Oh, My Darling said...

Ooh, temptingly delicious!

Shannon said...

Lucia left 9 at my house last night - evil! They are incredible!!!

Hockey Wife said...

This looks amaaaaaaaazing!