This vegan chocolate bark is made with four ingredients | image/She Blogs

Calling all impatient/not very good bakers! Do you fancy creating something that will impress all of your friends but you can’t actually be bothered putting in any effort whatsoever? Well, my friend, this is the recipe for you! My Dark Chocolate Cranberry & Almond Bark takes next to no time to make and only requires four ingredients! Oh, and it is also completely vegan, obvs.

Like the way I like to bake, let’s not waste any blood sweat or tears and get straight into it…

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This recipe was republished with permission from She Blogs.