This Chocolate Chip Cookie Bark is super easy to scarf down and ten seconds later you realize it's all gone! Oops. I added toasted walnuts and coconut to mine and they were superb!
I hope you have your tempering pants on, because this bark works much better if you temper the chocolate! I’ve included brief instructions in the recipe below, but for an in-depth discussion, with pictures, see this post on how to temper chocolate. If you don’t temper the chocolate, you’ll probably want to store the bark in the refrigerator so the chocolate doesn’t bloom or get soft. The chocolate chip blondie recipe yields about 4 cups of cubed cookies, so if you don’t want to make the cookies from scratch, substitute 4 cups of (soft!) bakery-style chocolate chip cookie cubes.