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In this video, professional baker Lorraine Hooper shows how to cut and present the peppermint bark
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Lorraine Hooper: I’m Lola from Lola Cookies and Treats in Leesburg Virginia and we now have our fully cooled pan of peppermint bark. I let this cool for about two hours just to make sure that the chocolate is completely solidified again. And now we’re ready to cut them, I am going to loosen of the edge just a little bit here. You can cut this in any shape that you like, I usually did them in triangles but you know you can do them in squares, you can do them in large bars, and some people even like them with a kind of more looking edge and you can just break them randomly by hand. Okay and we cut some nice big one for us. And you will need to use spatula to lift them out, first one is going to be tricky. Let see, they come in right out, there is a couple of beautiful pieces of peppermint bark. There they are so, I hope you enjoy to making them and I know you’re going to enjoy eating them.