Christmas Bark + Tasty Tuesday Linky

I had a lot of fun making Christmas Bark with the kids last night – it took very little time and was so easy that besides melting the chocolate they did it themselves.

christmas-bark-2Originally, I wanted to call their holiday creation “The Christmas Stomachache” since the kids added just about every piece of candy they could get their hands on, but I figured you probably wouldn’t want to know how to make that.

christmas-bark-1Christmas Bark


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Christmas Bark
Recipe type: No-Bake Dessert
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This no-bake holiday dessert is so easy even the kids could do it on their own
  • 2 cups light cocoa candy melts
  • 1 cup white chocolate candy melts
  • 1 cup green candy melts
  • 1 cup red candy melts
  • 5 Oreos crushed
  • 1 cup candy covered chocolate
  • 1 cup Reindeer Treats (candy corn with Christmas colours)
  1. Melt different coloured candy melts in seperate bowls in the microwave using 20 second intervals and stirring in between.
  2. Cover a cookie sheet with parchment paper.
  3. Pour melted light cocoa candy melts`evenly on parchment paper.
  4. Use a fork to sprinkle melted white an red candy melts over light cocoa candy melts.
  5. Evenly spread crushed Oreos, candy covered chocolate and Reindeer Treats.
  6. Use a fork to sprinkle melted green candy melts over to help hold the mixture in place.
  7. Chill for 10 minutes.

Tip for cooking with your kids: NEVER give your kid a bag of candy and not expect them to eat some…NEVER!



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  1. Reply

    Oh gosh! My kids would love this. 🙂

  2. Reply

    They look delicious! I’ve had never heard of “Christmas Bark” before today, I love it!

  3. Reply

    ok I am absolutely loving this!!! a bunch of goodness right here and so many other things you could add to it. I love that it is easy to do and doesn’t have to look so beautiful like a lot of holiday treats have to. just throw a whole bunch of stuff together

  4. Reply

    I love making Christmas bark! It’s so easy!

  5. Reply

    That looks delicious! I have never made Christmas Bark before! I will try it, looks so easy! Thanks!

  6. Reply

    That Christmas Bark looks really yummy, I’ll have to try that sometime – I’ve never actually eaten anything like this let alone made any 🙂

  7. Reply

    So colourful and sounds yummy.

    1. Reply

      I could see this Christmas Bard being a real hit in our house.

  8. Reply

    So much red and green! It looks so festive

  9. Reply

    Looks good and it’s definitely christmas bark!!

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