Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Peppermint Bark Recipe

One of my favorite things to make throughout the Holiday season is peppermint bark. Not only is it so, so easy (it literally only takes a few minutes plus some time to cool in the refrigerator), but it is totally customizable so everyone can find a combination they love. 

For this recipe, all you have to do is put some wax paper in a pan (9 x 13 is the size I used) and fill it with a bag's worth of melted semi-sweet chocolate chips. Before it hardens, sprinkle it with crushed peppermint (I crushed about 2 candy canes) and mini marshmallows to taste. Then, melt half a cup of white chocolate chips and drizzle it on top. Leave it in the refrigerator for an hour and the bark is ready to cut! I like to cut it kind of randomly so there are different sized pieces, and then since I was giving half of it as a gift, I wrapped the pieces in a little plastic gift bag and tied it with a plaid ribbon. Isn't it just the most adorable hostess gift?! 

Are you a peppermint bark fan?


  1. Oh my gosh, Seth would love this! I will have to try this recipe out sometime :)

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  2. Yum! You bet I'm saving this for later!

  3. I LOVE peppermint bark! Yours looks so lovely with the little marshmallows on top :)

  4. I've always wanted to make peppermint bark for the holidays, thanks for the recipe!


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