Ahh… the holiday season is officially upon us, and I don’t know about you, but I am so looking forward to it! With the year we have had, I feel we need a little extra holiday sparkle and extra holiday cheer to help us close out this crazy year. One of my favorite ways to bring in a little extra cheer is to get baking. This year, I started experimenting a lot more with pomegranates, which inspired me to create this amazing Dark Chocolate Pomegranate and Almond Bark recipe. Not only is it a perfect addition to your dessert table, but it also serves as a great gift to gift your friends and loved ones!

Let me not forget to mention how incredibly simple this recipe is to make. You only need FOUR ingredients to make it! That is right, you read that correctly, FOUR!

Those ingredients are:

  • Dark chocolate chips (I used Hu kitchen gems)
  • Pomegranate seeds
  • Chopped almonds
  • Course sea salt

This recipe is virtually fail proof and so simple to make and the taste is out of this world! It is so full of flavor and looks beautiful, too! You will really impress your guests with this one, I assure you!

I can not wait for you to make this recipe! When you do, be sure to comment below or find me on instagram at www.instagram.com/healthymommamanda



16 oz dark chocolate chips (I used HU chocolate gems)

1/4 cup chopped raw almonds

1/3 cup pomegranate seeds/arils

pinch of Malden salt ?


  1. Remove arils from pomegranate if necessary.
  2. In a double broiler, melt your chocolate until smooth, being sure to stir frequently. You can use a microwave to melt your chocolate in 30 second increments if preferred.
  3. Line a sheet pan with parchment paper.
  4. Pour your chocolate onto your sheet pan and use a spatula to smooth it out.
  5. Sprinkle your almonds, pomegranate and salt evenly along top the chocolate.
  6. Place in the fridge to cool for about an hour until the bark hardens.
  7. Once your bark is solid, loosely break it up into large pieces and eat!
  8. Store in the fridge or freezer (I prefer) using a glass Tupperware. Use parchment paper to separate the bark.