If you want to make your own you can simply follow these directions:
- Microwave safe bowl for chocolate melting
- A small container, I used an 8 x 8 baking dish, but you just need something of a comparable size.
- 8 oz vegan semi-sweet 60%-70% chocolate (I found this with surprising ease)
- Wax or parchment paper
- Toppings: I used pecans and cranberries but you could do so many things...nuts, peppermints, sea salt, pretzels, etc. You are only limited by things that go well with chocolate.
First, prepare your baking dish. Put wax or parchment paper on the bottom and up over the sides, double layer if necessary (see my pic, you'll want some overhang to grab onto). Next, melt the chocolate according to the directions on the packages and then stir it up. Pour the chocolate into the dish, using your spatula to get it all out of the bowl. Make sure that the chocolate is spread in an even layer that is about 1/4 inch thick. While the chocolate is still liquid-y add your toppings, just letting them settle into the soft chocolate.
I tapped the container on the counter a few times to ensure that the chocolate settled evenly. Put the whole thing into the fridge and let it cool for a bit, the chocolate will harden. Do something else to distract yourself from pulling it out too soon.