Peppermint Bark


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This is a fun quick and easy Christmas time treat. Everyone loves it and it's cheap and quick to make.

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Time needed

5 min preparation + 2 min cooking


  • 1 pkg. white chocolate almond bark or 1 lb. white chocolate chips (for melting)
  • 1 box candy canes

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In a double boiler (if you don't have one use two pots about the same size put water in the bottom pan, filling it halfway, and place the other pan on top), melt the WHITE chocolate using medium heat.

While that is melting, open up candy canes and place in a plastic Ziploc style bag. Using a hammer, rolling pin, or anything you can crush the candy canes with.....crush them (leaving chunks of candy cane intact).

Line a large cookie sheet with wax paper. Once white chocolate is melted, quickly mix in candy cane pieces. Pour mixture onto cookie sheet and place in the refrigerator to chill for about an hour. Once hard, break into pieces and place in an airtight container. Stores for one month in the refrigerator.

Reviews (2)

  • I made this candy a few years ago. While good it is very, very sweet.

    Flag as inappropriate CAntonelli  |  December 24, 2009

  • when making peppermint bark you can use a oil based peppermint oil to give it a stronger flavor also it will stay at room temp better than keeping it in the refri. shelf life is about 2 mmonths.

    Flag as inappropriate nancyfancy  |  December 24, 2009

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