11.12.16

Festive Peppermint & White Chocolate Bark

Chocolate bark is seriously my favourite thing ever to make. It requires no baking, takes no more than 10 minutes and the options are seriously endless. Last month I shared with you all the recipe for my Autumnal themed bark; infused with peanut butter, salted caramel fudge bites and sprinkled with a dusting of cinnamon. You all seemed to love it (I can't blame you, it was delicious - Ha!) and so I thought, why not create a festive edition?!


candy cane white chocolate


What you will need:

  • 2 bars of white baking chocolate.
  • 2 candy canes
  • Iced snowflakes
  • Golden crunch bites
  • Salted caramel fudge bites
  • Glitter cake spray


peppermint mocha


christmas chocolate bark peppermint


peppermint white chocolate bark


How to make:
  1. Fill a pan with cold water and place onto the hob to boil.
  2. Break up the bars of white chocolate into a bowl and place on top of the pan to melt as the water begins to boil.
  3. Line a baking tray with foil as the chocolate begins to melt.
  4. Once melted, apply a smooth and even layer onto the tray, when you have used up all of the chocolate; it's time to get decorating!
  5. Crush up the two candy canes using a pestle and mortar then sprinkle evenly across the melted chocolate mix. 
  6. To garnish further I added golden crunch and salted caramel bites, iced snowflakes. Then finally completing the look by spraying with a silver glitter cake spray. I found these in my local ASDA but feel free to garnish with anything you like. I favoured for anything gold and silver, just get your masterpiece looking as festive as possible!
  7. Finally, leave in the fridge to set. Then, cut into square pieces and ta-dah! Eat and enjoy!

And it's that simple! The perfect festive snack, easily made in just 5 quick steps. I'm also seriously candy cane mad at the moment. T'is the season for peppermint infused mochas and I love it! 


peppermint candy cane mocha


Have you been baking anything in the kitchen this season?! If you have any recipes for your own seasonal creations, feel free to leave them in the comments below - I'd love to give them a try! 
Until next time,


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