White Christmas Peppermint Bark

Kelly Williams


An easy one for the holiday cookie tray! Who would ever think that just 2 ingredients could be so, so good?! Simple simon, but one of my favorites! (photo from bing images)


★★★★★ 5 votes

Makes one cookie sheet
5 Min
10 Min


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1 (24 oz.)
pkg. white almond bark, sometimes called white chocolate candy coating
peppermint candy canes, regular not mini (can sub round peppermint candies - about 15)

How to Make White Christmas Peppermint Bark


  • 1In medium or large microwave save bowl, melt candies in medium-high heat til melted, stirring occaisionally. I use 80% heat, but not high as candy can scorch!)While melt, place candy canes or mints into large ziplock baggy and crush with a hammer on a cutting board. Crush to small pieces. Pour melted chocolate onto cookie sheet lined with parchment paper. Sprinkle with crushed candy. Lightly press and large pieces into the chocolate just a tiny bit so when it hardens, they don't fall off. Place in fridge to harden. Break into whatever sized pieces you like.

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About White Christmas Peppermint Bark

Course/Dish: Candies, Chocolate

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